Presentation A: ICC@home
Maria Prellwitz, Faculty Programme Coordinator, Department of Health Sciences, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Abstract:The project is about internationalization at home for Swedish Occupational Therapy students on a bachelor level together with students from 7 other countries in Europe. The aims of the project is to compare and reflect about the quality of care of Occupational Therapy services for a specific client group in the different countries and to share this via e-learning tools. It is also for the students to increase awareness of international and cultural issues
Presentation B: Online Internationalisation@Home & Abroad: social media collaboration and community building with multi-cultural students
Dave van Ginhoven, Senior Lecturer, European Studies, Hague University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
Rajash Rawal, Principal Lecturer in Politics, Academy of European Studies and Communication Management, Hague University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
Abstract: This presentation will focus on efforts within the European Studies bachelor program to use social networking to encourage collaboration and to build a community among its international and diverse student body from the moment they sign up for the program up to and even beyond graduation. Creative use of Facebook facilitates informal learning and provides a platform for students to exchange information and ideas while building relationships with peers and strengthening ties to the university.