Virtual Erasmus – How to Promote Learner Autonomy through International Collaboration

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Thursday 16 May

TRACK 3:
P R E S E N T A T I O N
Virtual Erasmus – How to Promote Learner Autonomy through International Collaboration,
Ms. Izabela Bakota, Jagiellonian University, Poland
Place: B5-27

Time: 11.15 – 12.00
Description: My presentation addresses the implementation of the “Virtual Erasmus” project that has involved three Law Faculties: students from Brno, Brussels and Krakow collaborating trilaterally via an e-learning platform to carry out legal case studies. I will present the technicalities, general means employed, and goals sought in relation to the task as well as examine pros and cons of using the case study model to promote learner autonomy. The sharing session of the presentation offers participants the chance to brainstorm different scenarios for adapting and applying the VE model to other language courses.