Abstract

To establish the conceptual framework on Open Virtual Mobility learner skills and competences and get insights in the contextual factors that determine Open Virtual Mobility activities, a group concept mapping (GCM) study was conducted with experts on both Virtual Mobility and Open Education.
The aim of this paper is to present in detail the outcomes of this study, which resulted in the construction of the competence framework in the OpenVM project. Both the process and the results will be presented and elaborated on to facilitate and encourage further work with the outcomes of this study.
The paper is directed at project members who participated in this study, researchers interested in Open Education and Virtual Mobility themes and the broader HE community with interest in Virtual Mobility.
The paper elaborates on the organization, participants and procedures of the GCM study, presents the study results in detail and discusses them.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - 15 Oct 2018

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2018. 21 p.

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