The HIBLend consortium has just launched the first HIBLend survey, a vital component of the project. The main goal of this survey is to map the diverse approaches to blended student mobility, specifically focusing on activities that combine physical mobility experiences with complementary virtual learning components. Blended mobility encompasses a wide range of international learning opportunities, such as Blended Intensive Programmes (BIPs) funded under the Erasmus+ programme, as well as other blended short-term study mobility activities supported at the EU, national, or institutional level (e.g., summer schools).
Calling on all administrative and academic staff actively involved in the design or delivery of blended mobility activities at the central or faculty/department level! We need your valuable insights and experiences to shape the future of blended mobility. Whether you are an International Mobility Coordinator, study programme coordinator, teacher/professor, e-learning consultant, methodological advisor, quality assurance officer, IRO, or IT officer, your participation is crucial in this endeavor.
The questionnaire is divided into four major parts, covering background information on the respondents, motivation for the set-up of a blended mobility activity, delivery mode, and challenges to implementation and impact. It will take approximately 20 minutes to complete, and all responses should be provided in English language only.
Your contribution will play a pivotal role in developing a comprehensive framework for blended mobility programs. By sharing your experiences and insights, you will help us foster high-quality mobility experiences for students in the post-Covid era.
Should you encounter any issues or have any queries regarding the survey, please do not hesitate to contact Angeliki Psychogyiou, ACA Policy and Project Officer, at email@example.com.