Interactive Open Online Courses
Access open online courses across cultural contexts and national boundaries to learn with peers from diverse backgrounds using bite-sized video lectures, supported by skill building activities and facilitated intercultural discussions.
Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange offers a range of Interactive Open Online Courses targeting both formal and non-formal education. These courses consist of lecture series, small group dialogue and interactive assignments and include the course European Refuge/es, addressing current issues of integration and diversity and an introductory course to dialogue facilitation to learn the basic concepts of dialogue facilitation and Virtual Exchange. Further, Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange is promoting a number of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) enhanced with various degrees of Virtual Exchange elements, to increase dialogue and interactivity.
"Newcomers and Nationalism: Exploring Challenges to Belonging in Diverse Societies"
From 11 March 2019 to 17 May 2019.
Deadline for Registrations is 24 February 2019
There will be further opportunities for Interactive Open Online Courses throughout 2019.
Please fill out our expression of interest to be contacted about registration or future opportunities.
Read more about how Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange can support in adding virtual exchange methodologies to existing MOOCs here >>>
Previous Interactive Open Online Courses
This Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange offers an interactive, action-oriented journey on 'Countering Hate Speech' in Europe.
In this 6-week Interactive Open Online Course “European Culture and Politics”, participants will engage with a course developed by The University of Groningen while exchanging on different aspects of their own experiences with identities, culture and politics in contemporary Europe.
In this Interactive Open Online Course “Gender In/equality in Media and Journalism”, participants will engage with learning resources and expert content while exchanging on different aspects of their own ideas and experiences relevant to the gender-media relationship.
The Interactive Open Online Course "NEWCOMERS AND NATIONALISM" invites students and other youth from all over Europe and the Southern Mediterranean to learn together in an interactive, intercultural, online classroom.
By partnering with universities and other stakeholders, Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange complements existing MOOCs with a virtual exchange component in order to strengthen intercultural learning and dialogue within these courses.
The Refugees in Europe course brings together refugee and non-refugee students from Europe and the Southern Mediterranean to follow one course together online. There will be several opportunities for Interactive Open Online Courses over the next several months.