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Welcome to UNICollaboration.org,  http://www.unicollaboration.org/ the website of a newly established, cross-disciplinary organisation for telecollaboration and virtual exchange in Higher Education. The organisation was launched at the Second Conference on Telecollaboration in Higher Education at Trinity College, Dublin.

UNICollaboration has two main objectives:

  • to promote the development and integration of telecollaborative research and practice across all disciplines and subject areas in higher education
  • to actively engage in awareness raising of telecollaboration and virtual exchange at institutional and policy making level

Read more about our background and objectives here.

The UNICollaboration platform   http://www.uni-collaboration.eu

Documents

UNICollaboration Organisation – Statutes

Position paper

UNICollaboration Brochure

Telecollaboration Report (Full)

Telecollaboration Report (Exec summary)

Latest

Actuellement les enseignants des universités européennes utilisent de plus en plus l'Internet pour mettre leurs étudiants en contact avec d'autres salles de classe autour du monde afin qu'ils puissent collaborer ensemble, développer leurs compétences en langue étrangère et acquérir de l'expérience dans les échanges interculturels.

 Voici quelques uns des objectifs du Projet INTENT pour le développement de la télécollaboration en langues dans les établissements européens d'enseignement supérieur:

 -  Élaboration d' une enquête sur les projets de télécollaboration interculturels à travers l'Europe

 -  Mise en place d' une plate-forme virtuelle (http://www.uni-collaboration.eu) où les enseignants trouverront d'autres partenaires ainsi que les ressources pour accompagner leurs échanges et projets à venir.

 -  Développement de différents outils pour les enseignants intéressés par la télécollaboration en langues étrangères: un e-portfolio pour évaluer les projets des étudiants, des bases de données des tâches télécollaboratives et des documentations pour aider les professeurs dans leurs propres échanges. 

 - Réalisation d'ateliers régionaux et d'une conférence internationale sur le thème de la télécollaboration en langues dans l'éducation universitaire.

INTENT Projet - Integrating Telecollaborative Networks into Foreign Language Higher Education

Integrando redes telecolaborativas en la enseñanza universitaria de lenguas extranjeras

Applications des réseaux télécollaboratifs pour l'enseignement universitaire des langues étrangères

EVALUATE is a European Policy Experiment project funded by Erasmus+ Key Action 3.
http://www.evaluateproject.eu/
https://twitter.com/EVALUATE_EU

This experimentation will evaluate the impact of telecollaborative learning on student-teachers involved in Initial Teacher Education in the participating European countries and regions. Telecollaboration, also commonly known as Virtual Exchange, involves engaging trainee teachers involved in Initial Teacher Education in task-based interaction and collaborative exchange with fellow trainees in other locations through online communication technologies.

VIRTUAL EXCHANGE AND 21ST CENTURY TEACHER EDUCATION
The final conference of the European Policy Experiment 'EVALUATE' -  University of Leon , Spain
https://sites.google.com/unileon.es/evaluate2019/

Project Outcomes
https://www.evaluateproject.eu/results/

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Commentaire de Aisha le 9 septembre 2019 à 12:49

A four-minute video summary of the  @EVALUATE_EU

project that finally comes to an end this month. Thank you so much to all those who attended our conference this week. https://youtu.be/zi2zTixM1F0 #virtualexchange #evaluate

160 expertos de 34 países analizan en León la formación del profesorado del futuro

El rector de la ULE inaugura el congreso internacional 'Evalúate' y da la bienvenida a los expertos que han investigado el impacto de los intercambios virtuales   https://www.leonoticias.com/universidad/exportes-paises-universidad...

Supporting virtual intercultural exchange between universities across Europe and beyond. LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/groups/8561266

Abschlusskonferenz des Projekts #evaluate zu #virtualexchange in der #Lehrerbildung (León, Spanien 04.-06.09.2019): Vorstellung der Projektergebnisse durch das

Great team work by  @EVALUATE_EU

to compare the lived experiences of 1000+ students in #virtualexchange: while most students loved the exchanges not all increased technology and intercultural competence over time

EVALUATE is a European Policy Experiment project funded by Erasmus+ Key Action 3. Final report online now: evaluateproject.eu/results/

Leon, Spainsites.google.com/unileon.es/eva…

Commentaire de Monica le 26 juillet 2019 à 12:46

Congreso internacional de la ULE sobre formación del profesorado
Investigadores de 34 países del proyecto 'Evaluate' expondrán los intercambios virtuales como método pionero de formación
El proyecto europeo liderado por la ULE 'Evaluar y Promocionar la Telecolaboración en la Formación de Profesores' (Evaluate en inglés) que ha investigado durante tres años el impacto de los intercambios virtuales en la formación de profesores en varios países europeos, culminará el próximo mes de septiembre con la celebración del Congreso Internacional 'Los Intercambios virtuales y la formación del profesorado del siglo XXI'.

Aunque los resultados de este proyecto -financiado por la Comisión Europea con un presupuesto de 450.000€- ya fueron presentados por su coordinador, el profesor Robert O’ Dowd, ante la Comisión, la próxima cita científica servirá de punto de encuentro y de exposición de los avances del proyecto en torno a los intercambios virtuales como un método pionero para el sistema educativo de la educación superior.


Robert O’ Dowd destaca que los futuros maestros y profesores "necesitan estar preparados para las clases del mañana" y ese sentido reclama la importancia que tiene en el profesorado "las habilidades y competencias necesarias para desarrollar procesos de enseñanza y aprendizaje en diversos contextos culturales, para trabajar de forma interdisciplinar y para la utilización de las tecnologías de manera innovadora".

Un engranaje de enseñanza global en el que juegan un papel clave los intercambios virtuales "ya que es un método que involucra a los estudiantes en proyectos interculturales de colaboración online dentro de sus programas de estudio".

El congreso internacional –el cual se celebrará del 2 al 6 de septiembre en la Facultad de Económicas de la Universidad de León- incluye tres conferencias plenarias, 53 presentaciones paralelas, cuatro talleres y dos mesas redondas sobre los intercambios virtuales y su aplicación en la educación universitaria y, en particular, en contextos de formación docente.

Además, se contará con la participación de 160 investigadores y profesores universitarios de toda Europa, aunque también asistirán representantes de los ministerios de educación de España, Hungría, Alemania y Portugal, así como vicerrectores universitarios de un gran número de universidades europeas. En total, habrá 34 países que estarán representados en la conferencia, prioritariamente europeos aunque también se espera la presencia de congresistas procedentes de Estados Unidos, Brasil, Japón, Turquía y Corea del Sur.

El congreso se organiza en colaboración con UNICollaboration -la organización interdisciplinaria para los Intercambios Virtuales en la educación universitaria- y se contará con la presencia de otras dos iniciativas de Erasmus +: el proyecto KA3 Evolve y Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange.

El consorcio del proyecto europeo Evaluate ha contado con seis universidades europeas (España, Portugal, Hungría, Alemania, Italia y Reino Unido), cinco administraciones públicas de países europeos (incluyendo el Ministerio de Educación de España y la Junta de Castilla y León) y la red de universidades del Grupo Compostela de la que la Universidad de León forma parte.

El proyecto ha investigado la potencialidad de la "telecolaboración" como una herramienta docente que permite que a grupos de estudiantes locales llevar a cabo intercambios virtuales sobre aspectos y contenidos concretos de una asignatura con otros grupos de estudiantes en el extranjero utilizando para ello herramientas tecnológicas como Skype, Google+ o el correo electrónico.

El objetivo principal del proyecto 'Evaluate' se ha centrado en conocer el papel que desempeña el uso de estos intercambios virtuales entre futuros profesores y maestros en varios países de la Unión Europea en el desarrollo de sus competencias lingüísticas, interculturales y digitales, competencias claves para los profesores del siglo XXI.

La Nueva Cronica https://www.lanuevacronica.com/congreso-internacional-de-la-ule-sob...

Commentaire de Aisha le 12 janvier 2018 à 20:45

 

Commentaire de Aisha le 4 avril 2016 à 12:59

Establishing a cross-disciplinary global association for Telecollab...

We are exploring offering members different services and benefits such as:
1. A reduction in the fee for the bi-annual conference on telecollaboration in university education
2. Reduced fee and priority in regional training workshops and online training events in telecollaborative practice and research organised by the organisation.
3. Training and support for doctoral and post-doctoral research in telecollaboration through professional development events and mobility opportunities
4. Support in preparing international project proposals related to telecollaboration.
5. Support for finding partners for telecollaborative initiatives.
6. An online open access journal.

As a practitioner in this area, we would like to hear your thoughts on this idea.

 

Conferences

Research

Second International Conference onTelecollaboration in Higher Education Trinity College Dublin, 21st - 23rd April 2016

An excellent programme which shows how telecollaboration is growing all over the globe.

http://www.tcd.ie/slscs/telecollaboration2016/160324OutlineProgramm...

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

Lewis, T. & O'Dowd, R. (Eds). (2016) Online Intercultural Exchange: Policy, Pedagogy, Practice. London: Routledge      https://www.book2look.com/embed/9781317392668
Google Book  -  TheOpenUniversity

Jager, Sake; Kurek, Malgorzata; O’Rourke, Breffni. (Eds). (2016). New directions in telecollaborative research and practice: selected papers from the second conference on telecollaboration in higher education. Dublin Ireland: https://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2016.telecollab2016.9781908416414

Commentaire de Zoé Brustel le 30 octobre 2015 à 13:00

Commentaire de Crale le 4 février 2014 à 18:32

International Conference: 12-14 février 2014

The conference will be held at:
Universidad de León -  Facultad de Filosofía y Letras - Campus de la Vegazana, 24071 León

The conference will take place in the Faculty of Humanities (ask for “La Facultad de Filosofía y Letras”) on the main campus of the University of León:
http://www.unileon.es/en.  There will be a reception desk open on the ground floor of the building from 08.30 on Wednesday 12 February and student helpers waiting at the campus bus stop to accompany you to the faculty.

Programme:  12-14 February 2014 -  University of León, Spain
International Conference: Telecollaboration in University Foreign Language Education
The abbreviated conference programe as of 15 January can be downloaded here.
The detailed conference programme can be downloaded here.

 
All presenters will be asked to send power point presentations ONE week before the conference so that the presentations can be uploaded onto the respective laptops in the rooms.
All presentations will last 30 minutes – including discussion
A facebook page / twitter feed for the conference are now in use to promote the discussion on university telecollaboration among students, teachers and university management.

-  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unicollaboration
-  Twitter: #unicollaboration

The INTENT project's final activity is to organise an international conference on the theme of telecollaboration in university education at the University of León, Spain on 12-14 February 2014.

More details and a call for papers are available on the conference platform: http://unicollaboration.unileon.es/

 

The abbreviated conference programe as of 15 January can be downloaded here.

 

The detailed conference programme can be downloaded here.

 

Plenary speakers  http://unicollaboration.unileon.es/plenary-speakers.html

Commentaire de Sylvie le 14 janvier 2014 à 14:05

International Conference: Telecollaboration in University Foreign Language Education
12-14 February 2014 - University of León, Spain
http://unicollaboration.unileon.es/index.html

On 12-14 February 2014, the project team will organise a major international conference aimed at bring together educators, researchers, mobility coordinators and university management who are interested in further exploring the integration of online intercultural exchange projects at universities around the globe. The conference will offer participants the opportunity to present examples of good practice and research on the theme of university telecollaboration. They will also be invited to participate in interactive sessions where practitioners and policy makers can work together to produce a set of recommendations and strategies for the integration of telecollaboration in higher education.

Audience: The conference will be of interest to various groups:

Practitioners and researchers of telecollaborative exchange at university level
University educators interested in learning how to use telecollaboration in their classrooms
Mobility coordinators interested in learning how telecollaboration can be used to support and enhance physical mobility programmes
University management, including those responsible for internationalisation, virtual mobility and foreign language policy


Twitter:  https://twitter.com/UNICollaborate

Commentaire de Zoé Brustel le 19 novembre 2013 à 13:55

Classes  http://www.uni-collaboration.eu/?q=classes_list

Vous trouverez ici toutes les classes qui sont à la recherche de partenariats. Cliquez sur l'une des catégories pour en savoir plus sur les étudiants et le type d'échange. Dans les rubriques où plusieurs options peuvent être sélectionnées, utilisez Ctrl-clic pour sélectionner plus d'une option.

Here you will find all the classes which are looking for partnerships. Click on one of the classes to read more about the students and the type of exchange which the practitioner would like to organise. In the filters where multiple options can be selected, use Ctrl-click to pick more than one option. Note that classes already in a Collaboration are not listed.

 

French students to develop online intercultural exchanges
A group of students up to 18  from different academic disciplines but all with a B1+ to B2 levels (CEF) that is too say intermediate to upper...
UPMC, University of Paris 6
France

French Phonetics at University of Minnesota/USA

FREN 3014 (French Phonetics), 18 intermediate students.  We are looking for a complimentary class in Franophone country for English-French...

University of Minnesota
United States

German Undergraduate Class

I am looking for partners (German native speakers) for two German classes at Yale University.

 

1. 2nd year German class (class meets...

Yale University
United States

Spanish-English exchange.

Most of my students are undergraduate (only a few of them are stuyding at postgraduate level), aged between 18 and 22. Although In the university...

University College London - Centre for Languages and International ...
United Kingdom
Commentaire de Bea Anoux le 7 septembre 2013 à 20:38

The INTENT Projet has class-partnership requests from Turkey, the USA, the UK, France and many other countries. Colleagues are also adding to the task database and are exchanging experiences on the community message boards. If you want to get your students involved in online intercultural exchange projects this semester, be sure to log on and explore the resources available: http://www.uni-collaboration.eu/

Second call for papers for our International Conference on Telecollaboration in University Foreign Language Education. The conference will take place at the University of León, Spain on 12-14 February 2014. The deadline for registration and paper submission is 1 October.

The conference aims to look at the different ways in which telecollaboration can contribute to foreign language education at university level and how it can be integrated into universities’ internationalization programmes and policies. We welcome contributions which focus on academic research related to online intercultural exchange as well as practical reports of telecollaborative exchange projects taking place between universities around the globe. We are also particularly interested in hearing perspectives of student mobility coordinators, university management and other stakeholders in regard to how telecollaboration can make a more comprehensive contribution to university education

Colleagues can register and submit their proposal on the conference website: http://unicollaboration.unileon.es/registration.html

The conference is being organised as part of INTENT project, financed by the European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme. More information:   here: http://www.scoop.it/t/intent-project-news

Commentaire de Crale le 12 juillet 2013 à 13:10

 

       Online Intercultural Exchange

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"Finding partner teachers"
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"Evaluating Telecollaboration"
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