Intellectual Output 3

Guidelines for creating inclusive international learning environments

One of the ENLIVEN specific objectives is draw up guidelines for:
– short, flexible, and progressive learning experiences to improve digital competences of students, academic and administrative staff, also offering reskilling and upskilling opportunities in a lifelong learning context.
– improved learning, teaching, and assessment approaches suitable for the digital environment, serving both teachers and learners, and showing how to build or use an inclusive learning environment.
– building an international digital learning environment, enriching, and enhancing experiences inside and outside the digital classroom

We decided to publish the project guidelines in a single e-book as a single access point and therefore ensuring that advice and suggestions are easily available to all those interested. Our willingness is to consider the overall project experience as an added value that can foster future synergies.

These guidelines are the result of a co-creating process. All partners contributed by providing examples of the practices implemented during the life of the project ENLIVEN.

The following contents were made as part of the ENLIVEN IO3/A6 Intellectual Output:

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Ebook (epub)
ENLIVEN Partners02/2023
Intellectual Output 3

European competences

This is a set of nano-modules, offered to raise the awareness of what it means to be European, increase students’ cultural competences and provide skills of European literacy, including knowledge of European values, citizenship and history.

The following contents were made as part of the ENLIVEN IO3/A4 Intellectual Output:

Module 1.1 – What does it mean to be European? – What is Europe?View & DownloadPLUS17/02/2023
Module 1.2 – What does it mean to be European?View & DownloadPLUS17/02/2023
Module 1.3 – What does it mean to be European? – United in diversityView & DownloadPLUS17/02/2023
Module 2.1 – European Languages and public sphere – European languagesView & DownloadPLUS17/02/2023
Module 2.2 – European Languages and public sphere – Public SphereView & DownloadPLUS17/02/2023
Module 3.1 – European cultures – Cultural expressionsView & DownloadPLUS17/02/2023
Module 3.2 – European cultures – Cultural heritageView & DownloadPLUS17/02/2023
Module 3.3 – European cultures – International cultural relationsView & DownloadPLUS17/02/2023
Intellectual Output 3 Notizie

Virtual trainings with students worldwide

Within the ENLIVEN project, Universität Hamburg is starting the second round of extracurricular virtual trainings for our student community from partners worldwide:

  • 10. & 11. June 2022, Fri & Sat 14:00-19:30 local time Hamburg (CET): training “Let’s talk about Racism! Anti-Discrimination and Decolonisation” (in English language, together with German and international students).
  • 24. & 25. June 2022, Fri & Sat 12:00-17:30 local time Hamburg (CET): training “Transcultural Awareness” (in English language, together with German and international students).

The trainings are free of charge and students will receive a certificate afterwards. The Zoom links will be sent to all registered participants on the day of the events by e-mail. Our trainers accept up to 20 students in each training, 10 places are reserved for students from partner universities.

Registration is possible by email to Ms Annika Johannsen (annika.johannsen@uni-hamburg.de) by May 20.

Photo Credit: UHH/Saint Pere

Intellectual Output 3 Notizie

Support Measures for Students in e-Learning Environments

Designing Virtual Support Measures for Students in International Learning Environments

With the help of psychologists, neuroscientists, communication scientists and social networks/media experts we designed some possible solutions and strategies to overcome the problems identified during the firsts activities of the Intellectual Output 3. In particular we are building upon the Requirement Analysis Report where we have identified some key findings from online surveys carried out jointly by the Enliven partners.

Social dimension of learning and the necessity of developing new forms of virtual mobility for all

For various reasons, the majority of students will not be able to experience physical mobility, even after the pandemic. This report includes suggestions, recommendations and challenges on how digital learning environments can be shaped to enable those participating in a virtual exchange to have similar experiences and interactions as those who actually physically go abroad. We focus on the social dimension of intercultural learning and living in the digital world.

The complete report is now available:

Intellectual Output 3 Notizie

Requirement analysis – Report on the online survey

Are you curious about the main difficulties in using digital platforms met by students and teachers?

We have identified some key findings from online surveys carried out jointly by the Enliven partners. These surveys describe what 1286 participants experienced during the academic year 2020/2021.

It is also the first step towards the goals expressed in the Intellectual Output 3 where we aim to create and disseminate in publicly accessible form guidelines on enabling and organizing international digital learning environments.

Based on the analysis some key findings were identified:

  • 95% of respondents have experience using digital learning environments
  • 22% of respondents claimed that they do not have enough technical knowledge to compile necessary educational resources
  • 91% of respondents did not participate in international mobility in the academic year 2020/21
  • 97% of classes were delivered online in the academic year 2020/21
  • Only 27% of respondents used tools for engagements

More findings can be found in the report below: