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Mobility in the UNA EUROPA
Alliance: visioning the future
while dealing with the present
Francesca Valente, UNA EUROPA Mob...
HOW WE STARTED
The Alliance: UNA EUROPA was created
relying on innovation and mobility at the core
of its strategy.
Small,...
Our mobility tasks
• To develop Innovative formats of mobility
• To support Self-Steering Committees in the development of...
Our mobility tasks
“…The innovative nature and the challenging aspects in establishing a truly
European Campus lies in the...
Methodology
Conceptualisation phase M1 – M6
• Developing mobility formats to create the
“Mobility Matrix”
• at least one f...
• Agreement on the
definitions
• Mapping of the
innovative formats for
mobility (Matrix)
• UNA Europa Chairs
• Supporting ...
Results
First draft of the Matrix developed: it
includes examples of mobility formats
A collection of comments and
recomme...
Focus on the Matrix
8
• Internal observation of existing mobility formats
Tool: Survey
Approach: “a look at the past”
• On...
Focus on the Matrix
9
Mobility type Virtual Physical Blended
ROLE DURATION
Short
Term
Long
Term
Short
Term
Long
Term
Short...
Focus on the Matrix
10
EXAMPLE – 6.1 VIRTUAL – Short Term – Administrative/Professional Staff
Subject The activity subject...
Focus on JIFs for education - BAES
11
(Joint Bachelor Degree in European Studies)
One of the JIFs for education in develop...
Focus on JIFs for education - BAES
12
Analytic support provided by the Cluster on EG: The winter school
Foreseen mobility ...
Focus on Una Chairs
13
Focus on mapping Erasmus+ agreements
14
To build up a catalogue to be used by the SSCs while defining their JiFs for educa...
THE (UNEXPECTED) CHALLENGE
15
16
A ten day cross-European student hackathon that took place
from 27 April – 8 May 2020
100 students
4 challenges
 redef...
Focus on mobility in emergency
17
The organization of teaching activities of the first semester of academic year 2020/21 w...
REALITY CHECK
18
Is virtual mobility the easiest way to internationalise our intitutions despite the travel
restrictions?
...
Success stories
19
Some formats are ready to be launched (PhD workshops and UNA CHAIRS)
The emergency phase gave us the op...
Thank you for your attention!
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I-HE 2020 Mobility in the UNA EUROPA Alliance: visioning the future while dealing with the present

  1. 1. Mobility in the UNA EUROPA Alliance: visioning the future while dealing with the present Francesca Valente, UNA EUROPA Mobility Cluster
  2. 2. HOW WE STARTED The Alliance: UNA EUROPA was created relying on innovation and mobility at the core of its strategy. Small, destructured events became the basis for a systemic approach with the creation of a working group analysing existing linkages and considering improvements within the E+ programme The EU project: 1Europe was written (and financed) in order to make UNA EUROPA structurally focused on working on innovative formats for education and mobility to be developed, tested and upscaled within the Alliance, for all the target groups and levels of education represented. Una Europa presentation 2
  3. 3. Our mobility tasks • To develop Innovative formats of mobility • To support Self-Steering Committees in the development of education formats (mobility components) To increase, innovate and enhance mobility for students and staff on the European Campus
  4. 4. Our mobility tasks “…The innovative nature and the challenging aspects in establishing a truly European Campus lies in the structural integration of virtual and physical space, that can offer the academic community a wide variety of fully inclusive mobility formats for them to choose from...”
  5. 5. Methodology Conceptualisation phase M1 – M6 • Developing mobility formats to create the “Mobility Matrix” • at least one format • for each target group (BA, , MA, PhD, Academic Staff Professional Staff) • for each kind of mobility (Physical, Blended, Virtual) • for each duration (Short and Long term). • Listening and answering to SSC* requests and needs • Observing upcoming issues and respond accordingly (eg. COVID 19) * SSC stands for Self-Steering Committees, there is one for each strategic area
  6. 6. • Agreement on the definitions • Mapping of the innovative formats for mobility (Matrix) • UNA Europa Chairs • Supporting the SSCs 1Europe deliverables • Mapping of the Erasmus inter- institutional agreements • Mobility in emergency Other activities Proactively On-demand Methodology
  7. 7. Results First draft of the Matrix developed: it includes examples of mobility formats A collection of comments and recommendations on JIFs education UNA Chairs concept developed Mapping and analysis of existing Erasmus+ agreements Mobility in emergency concept All the results are collected in the first Deliverable titled “Output 4.1: Draft of mobility formats” Virtual Collaboration Desk (SharePoint)
  8. 8. Focus on the Matrix 8 • Internal observation of existing mobility formats Tool: Survey Approach: “a look at the past” • Ongoing observation of what the SSCs are developing, proposing adjustments to make their formats more sustainable and scalable. Tool: desk analysis of the Education JIFs and comments. Approach: “an eye to the present” • Filling in some gaps proposing new mobility formats not yet implemented. Tool: creativity anchored to the 1Europe future developments. Approach: “visioning the future”
  9. 9. Focus on the Matrix 9 Mobility type Virtual Physical Blended ROLE DURATION Short Term Long Term Short Term Long Term Short Term Long Term STUDENTS 1) Bachelor 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 2) Master 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.5a 2.5b 2.6 3) PhD 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 4) Adult Education 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 STAFF 5) Academic 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 6) Administrative 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6  Yellow: formats from the survey  light blue: formats collected from outside Una Europa (mostly other European projects)  Green: formats developed from scratch. • Grey: formats already planned by the SSCs and will be transformed into formats of mobility at a later stage.
  10. 10. Focus on the Matrix 10 EXAMPLE – 6.1 VIRTUAL – Short Term – Administrative/Professional Staff Subject The activity subject may vary, according to the SSC needs Title Joint Staff Virtual Mobility: output-driven and SSC’s needs-oriented Kind of mobility Virtual Duration 1 month Target groups Administrative/professional staff Nr.participants Group of 3 to 10 staff members from 2 to 8 Una Europa Universities Nr.ECTS awarded NA Other recognition Certificate from the Una Europa Association for the participation in a joint staff virtual collaboration / virtual mobility Web platform Virtual platform used by Una Europa partners Description Creation of transnational UNA EUROPA groups of experts who …….. Requirements ….. Challenges ….. Opportunities This format will permit the sustainability of the project in the long run Link with 1Europe focus areas Potentially all
  11. 11. Focus on JIFs for education - BAES 11 (Joint Bachelor Degree in European Studies) One of the JIFs for education in development by the academic staff of the 8 HEIs The first draft of the format has been received by the Mobility Cluster Extraction of the multiple mobility schemes included in the draft BAES (eg: Summer school, Winter School, long – term mobility, internships, study visits at EU heritage places etc..)
  12. 12. Focus on JIFs for education - BAES 12 Analytic support provided by the Cluster on EG: The winter school Foreseen mobility (JIF description) Mobility cluster recommendations Winter School Format suggestion #1: If possible, to be transformed in a blended format Format suggestion #2: Possibility to pilot the Model 2.1 of the MATRIX (virtual mobility with a strong collaborative component) Funding opportunities: More sustainable through E+ funding (Blended Intensive Programmes) To keep in mind: E+ existing agreements must be reinforced Other suggestions: Virtual component open to wide range of UNA Europa students not necessary enrolled in the Bachelor
  13. 13. Focus on Una Chairs 13
  14. 14. Focus on mapping Erasmus+ agreements 14 To build up a catalogue to be used by the SSCs while defining their JiFs for education Data analysis to link the existing agreements to the 4 focus areas Fill in the various gaps
  15. 15. THE (UNEXPECTED) CHALLENGE 15
  16. 16. 16 A ten day cross-European student hackathon that took place from 27 April – 8 May 2020 100 students 4 challenges  redefining entertainment and culture,  safeguarding privacy and preventing misconceptions in a digital world,  ensuring traveller safety and  avoiding food waste 19 projects presented by the teams “By coupling challenge-based learning for society and virtual mobility, Una Europa will achieve local impact through European collaboration. “ Professor Matteo Vignoli, the UNA.TEN Programme Coordinator Focus on UNA.TEN
  17. 17. Focus on mobility in emergency 17 The organization of teaching activities of the first semester of academic year 2020/21 will be likely affected by the consequences of the present pandemic situation Turning a threat into an opportunity Virtual mobility - partner universities open their online teaching offer also to students enrolled in the other UNA Europa universities Blended mobility - same as the first one, but at the end of the semester each partner university organises some activities in presence involving students and professors Joint design of teaching units - Teachers will organize common teaching activities for their classes assuring forms of interaction among students attending the teaching units (joint virtual laboratories; joint working groups, etc.)
  18. 18. REALITY CHECK 18 Is virtual mobility the easiest way to internationalise our intitutions despite the travel restrictions? Is our «mobility in emergency» concept a proper virtual mobility format, according to our own definitions? Is it easy to build up a common Erasmus + agreements «package» for the 8 partners of the alliance and to use them to enhance our cooperation quickly?
  19. 19. Success stories 19 Some formats are ready to be launched (PhD workshops and UNA CHAIRS) The emergency phase gave us the opportunity to think and act together as a real community of people: UNA.TEN has been the product of our strong, internal and external committment Virtual mobility of staff already in place since all the meetings had place online, actually more than scheduled in the project GANTT. Working together with the academics helped both administrators and professors to think out of the box: new formats are being developed and we are combining mobility and education: they are designed together, will rise together and will not be complementary or parallel experiences, but an unique, innovative, educational product
  20. 20. Thank you for your attention! https://www.una-europa.eu/ UNA_Europa Una Europa

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