LEMONOC Newsletter

Submitted by Leen Alaerts on April 20, 2016 - 2:42pm

In practice

The network aims to inspire sustainable and reciprocal Learning mobility. For this purpose a set of guiding criteria were elaborated and ordered in the LEMONOC Matrix. This section makes these criteria concrete through examples and good practices.


LEMONOC newsletter

Submitted by Leen Alaerts on March 3, 2016 - 12:38pm
The latest issue of the LEMONOC newsletter features: a closer look into a peer feedback project set up by the HAN university college during its south mobility at the international academy of UC Leuven-Limburg, an interview with two prominent professors of the VUB about the Institutional University Cooperation of VLIR-UOS, a review of the Frontiers Journal and more information regarding the LEMONOC workshop and intervision session as well as the LEMONOC seminar.

LEMONOC Conference, 22nd-Sept-2015, Brussels and Videos

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Submitted by Adrian F. Meyer on November 4, 2015 - 2:13pm

On 22nd September 2015, the LEMONOC conference in Brussels addressed the potential and challenges of learning mobility between the ‘Global South’ and the ‘Global North’. More than 60 stakeholders from universities, universities of applied science and other organisations in Europe and beyond met in order to exchange their experience, expertise and ideas. The event took place as the final conference delivering the outputs of the project as well as a platform to launch the LEMONOC Network as a follow-up.

LEMONOC Seminar in Dublin

Submitted by Lotte Wilms on June 17, 2015 - 8:23am
On 8 June 2015, we organized the second LEMONOC Seminar at the Kimmage Development Studies Centre in Dublin. The participants reflected critically on their vision and expectations concerning qualitative learning mobility between North and South.

Publication: "A Virtual Educational Exchange"

Submitted by Lotte Wilms on May 27, 2015 - 8:31am

Increasingly international competence is considered and important skill to be acquired from an undergraduate education. Because international exchange presents a challenge to many students, there is a need to develop and implement alternative means for incorporating international and cross-cultural experiences into the undergraduate classroom. The research report on the implementation of a semester-long, virtually-shared course offering between a U.S. and a Bolivian university.