Innovative e-learning in Jordan: lessons learnt from the JOVITAL project
In the last three years, five Jordanian universities have been working, in collaboration with four European partners and with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, in a project called JOVITAL – Jordan Opportunity for Virtual Innovative Teaching And Learning.
The project has fostered dynamics of collaboration and knowledge exchange and has implemented an original approach to Virtual Collaborative Learning. By working in this project, the JOVITAL partners have learnt some lessons that can be useful for the development of online learning in the higher education sector.
The objective of the webinar is to share these lessons learnt with other universities from Jordan and from other countries, to allow them to get to know and to possibly implement the JOVITAL approach with their students.
See the event on the Erasmus Days website: https://www.erasmusdays.eu/event/webinar-on-innovative-e-learning-in-jordan/
11:00 The JOVITAL project
Eric Schoop, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
11:10 Virtual Collaborative Learning as a strategy for internationalisation
Katherine Wimpenny, Coventry University, UK
ِAdiy Tweissi, Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Jordan
11:30 Challenges and opportunities of Virtual Collaborative Learning in Jordan
How JOVITAL fits with the policy developments in Jordan, recent changes and perspectives
Mohammad Daoud, German Jordanian University
11:40 Testimonials from JOVITAL partners involved in Virtual Collaborative Learning
Staff training and eTutors qualification
Arinola Adefila and Alun DeWinter, Coventry University, UK
Nada Trunk, ISSBS, Slovenia
National Virtual Collaborative Learning Pilot Course
Nancy Ajarmeh, Tafila Technical University
12:00 Closing: Towards a joint statement on Virtual Collaborative Learning in Jordan
12:20 End of Webinar
Moderator: Fabio Nascimbeni, UNIMED