During these challenging times, virtual mobility programming has emerged as an important innovation for maintaining momentum in the post-secondary sector’s outbound mobility programming space. In this 60-minute knowledge sharing session, three colleges will present their Innovation Fund project, which focus on Virtual Mobility. This knowledge sharing session is intended to facilitate the exchange of ideas, lessons learned, key findings, etc., among institutions working on similar projects and/or in the virtual mobility sphere. The session will encourage linkages and collaboration across Canadian post-secondary institutions and contribute to the sharing of information about best practices and strong evidence-based approaches used across the sector.
The agenda of the event is as follows:
|10 min||Introduction and ZOOM logistics. Update on the overall status and planned next steps for the OSM program.|
|10 min||Session #1 Virtual Mobility – Opportunities for underrepresented students (George Brown College)|
|10 min||Session #2 – Virtual Study Abroad Student-led workshops in Health and Human Service programs, with partners in Jamaica and Uganda (Selkirk College and Nicola Valley Institute of Technology)|
|10 min||Session #3 Virtual Mobility – New Technologies and Innovations (Collège Ahuntsic)|
|15 min||Q & A session|
|5 min||Closing remarks, next steps and an overview of the schedule of future knowledge session sessions.|
Please note that simultaneous interpretation will be available. You are welcome to ask questions in the language of your choice.
An information package (containing more information about the presentations, instructions to access the simultaneous interpretation) will be sent to you once you have registered.