eMundus will be drawing some long-term recommendations for policy makers and HE practitioners to make sure that future HE collaboration is taking advantage of the Open Education revolution. The objective is to engage Higher Education stakeholders in Open Education and ICT inclusive, intercultural and collaborative activities.
We aim at demonstrating that Open Education and Virtual international exchanges (especially when combined) can have an impact on: - HE Policy: Quality, Inclusiveness, etc... - HE institutions and communities: Quality, internationalisation, etc... - People: emancipation, etc...
eMundus will produce recommendations based on examples of how things are working (and making a difference) in the involved countries, so to inspire readers. Through these recommendations, we will not “defend” Open Education, but rather “question” traditional education, and we will harness the importance of local Open Education developments (such as MOOCs developed in local languages).