INGENIUM
NETWORKING
SYMPOSIUM:

COLLABORATIVE DIGITAL TEACHING
PRACTICE ACROSS EUROPE

25 November 2021

About

One Alliance – One Vision

The INGENIUM Network is an alliance of eight institutions of higher education in eight European countries. Within the scope of the European University Networks (EUN) – national initiative, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is supporting the alliance with funds from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The 2021-23 funding period focuses on the collaborative development of transnational teaching programs with digital components.

 

The INGENIUM Networking Symposium is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about digital collaborative teaching and to network with teaching professionals from across the alliance. Find out more about the INGENIUM Network:

Agenda

The times of the presentations refer to the German time / Central European Time

Vice President Field of responsibility: Teaching and learning, international affairs, Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences

Director International Office Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences

Professor of Education and Technoloogy at the Department of Education and Psychology, University of Florence

Francesca Carlin Germany Moderator

The symposium will be moderated by Francesca Carlin.

Francesca Carlin is an American trainer and coach in the areas of communication, leadership, and life design. She spent 20 years as a theater professional and over a decade working with academics and business professionals on mindful communication, presence, and leadership.

Speakers

Seán McSweeney Irland HEAD OF DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE MTU
(PHD, MENG, BENG, MIEEE)
Maria Ranieri Italy Full Professor
Chahira Nouira Germany Instructional Designer

Follow-up
Workshop:

Designing Higher Education across
Institutional Boundaries

online, 30 November 2021, 13:00-17:00 pm
(The times refer to the German time / Central European Time)

Speakers

Dr.-Ing. Ellen Fetzer Germany Speaker
Dr. Thomas D’Souza Germany Co-Speaker

Workshop Description

During the first part of this workshop, we will share good practice examples of transnational teaching and learning formats developed within the framework of ERASMUS+ projects. On that basis, participants will gain a shared understanding of possible models and concepts, including digital implementation modes.
The second part aims at facilitating a matching process of the workshop participants. We will identify shared interests, thematic fields and learning objectives as a basis for developing collaborative teaching and learning events. If time allows, we may already start conceptualising a transnational course design on the example of one of the potential topics identified by the group.

Register

Register now and get ready for the INGENIUM Networking Symposium with excellent speakers and many networking opportunities.






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