Learning Café XCP78
Designing a Collaborative Learning Hub for Open Virtual Mobility
Date Friday, Dec 7 Time – Room Köpenick II/III
In spite of the social and cultural benefits of mobility for Higher Education, awareness and exploitation of mobility instruments are still not as extensive as anticipated. The aim of this Learning Café led by Ilona Buchem of Beuth University is to collaborate and formulate recommendations for the design of a collaborative Learning Hub for Open Virtual Mobility. Join us for take-aways and insights into subjects including: Virtual Mobility and Open Virtual Mobility; the design of a collaborative Learning Hub and the creation of OERs, MOOCs, Open Credentials and E-Assessments. You will have the chance to contribute to the design with your own recommendations and to network with participants interested in Virtual Mobility and Open Education.
Beuth University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Ilona Buchem (PhD) is Professor for Media and Communication at Beuth University of Applied Sciences in Berlin. She graduated with a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics at the University of Warsaw (Poland), Concordia University (WI, USA) and University Duisburg-Essen (Germany). She studied Educational Sciences at Humboldt University in Berlin and obtained her PhD degree in Business Education in 2009. Her research and teaching focus on the intersections of digital media and society, with special focus on emerging technologies such as social, mobile, wearable and smart technologies. Her research interests include Digital Collaboration, Digital Diversity, Digital Learning and Digital Leadership. Ilona Buchem has led a number of R&D projects dedicated to emerging digital media for learning and digital strategies in organisations. She is the Chair of the Special Interest Group on Wearable Technology Enhanced Learning at the European Association of Technology Enhanced Learning (EATEL), the founder of the Europortfolio German Chapter and a member of several organisations related to distance education and technology-enhanced learning, including the Association of Media in Science (GMW) and the European Distance Education Network (EDEN). She has initiated and has been actively involved in a number of national and international projects both as a project coordinator and a researcher, including Mediencommunity 2.0, iCollaborate, Networked Identities, Future Social Learning Networks (FSLN), Credit Points (BMBF, BMAS, BA), BeuthBonus (BMBF, BMAS, BA, ESF), fMOOC (BMBF), Digital Future (Stifterverband) and Open Badge Network (Erasmus+).