During the capacity building webinar of the MED2IaH project, Mediterranean countries towards Internationalization at home on Cultural diversity and intercultural engagement, JOVITAL has been presented by a participant to the International Virtual Collaborative Learning pilot course as a good practice and a valuable personal experience.
We are very proud to have JOVITAL Ambassadors telling about their experience as international virtual learners, as it was the case of the student from Pegaso University in Italy taking part in the MED2IaH event. The meeting highlighted the importance of developing good communication skills as a key instrument to reduce misunderstandings and conflicts, building on differences as the basis for success and inclusion.
Indeed, the virtual becomes a tool for both the learning process and the intercultural dialogue, strenghtening students competences (i.e. self-management, interpersonal skills, media competences), language fluency as well as employability.
The IVCL was the perfect example of how fun, learning and people can be connected!