- First pilot collaboration running
The first pilot micro-collaboration on corpus-based constructional analysis between Université Catholique de Louvain (Kristel van Goethem) and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Philipp Wasserscheidt) is running from April 20 to May 11.
- Café at Circle U. on Micro-collaboration
The Think & Do Tank Café within Circle U. kicks off with a hybrid workshop on micro-collaboration. Jelena Filipović, Kristel van Goethem and Philipp Wasserscheidt will present the core idea of DIONE to the European University Alliance and discuss the issue of massive and democratic internationalisation with students and colleagues from Humboldt-University and the other partner universities.
Info site: https://www.circle-u.eu/events/2022/circle-u-think-do-tank-cafe.html
- Third project meeting
We organised the third transnational meeting in Granada – and it was the first physical meeting. On 10 and 11 March, we met in the premises of the University of Granada and continued to work on our outputs. The focus was to finish the micro-collaborations we started and to continue developing this unique concept.
- Second project meeting
Our second transnational project meeting took place on 30 November and 1 December. Of course, unfortunately, virtually. Under the committed and warm leadership of the team from Louvain, we worked on developing a good common basis for the further development of the course units. We discussed the integration of the competence framework, the development of teaching videos and the teachers’ manuals. And of course we presented the current courses that the individual working groups are currently developing.
- Now closer connected to Circle U.
DIONE is now even more closely associated with Circle U: Philipp Wasserscheidt has been appointed Academic Lead in work package 6 in May 2021. He thus represents the HU in an important goal of Circle U.: the further development of higher education. Key aspects of the work are the establishment of a Think and Do Tank on the future of education. The first target topics are sustainable education and multilingualism.