Visit the European COIL Conference and make a COIL connection

December 1st & 2nd 2016

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Explore the world of Collaborative Online International Learning, link up with other interested professionals and make a COIL connection.

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The Hague University of Applied Sciences is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the first-ever European Conference on Collaborative Online International Learning on December 1st and 2nd 2016.

The Hague University will host the first European COIL Conference to bring experienced COIL collaborators together from all over the world to exchange ideas and pursue new partnerships, while also bringing new talent in and adding new links to the COIL chain.

The conference will feature keynote speeches from leading voices in international education such as Darla Deardorff, Rick Arrowood, Robert O'Dowd and Jon Rubin as well as a variety of stimulating presentations, useful workshops and networking activities.

About COIL 


Collaborative Online International Learning 
is a tool used to enhance
 internationalisation at home. It
 is a teaching approach that
 uses internet-based tools and innovative 
online pedagogies to connect students and 
staff from universities in different countries.

COIL activities include courses, projects and other ‘virtual exchange’ or ‘telecollaboration’ activities that bring university students and academics together across borders. Integrated into the curriculuml, it aims to enhance the intercultural competence of students who might not otherwise have the opportunity to study abroad. 

The European COIL Conference

The conference programme offers something for everyone, from seasoned COIL collaborators looking for new partners and possibilities, to virtual mobility beginners looking for a little help getting started. Core themes that will be covered include:

  • Getting Started with COIL
  • Taking COIL to the Next Level
  • Inspiring engagement with COIL among colleagues and gaining institutional support
  • Developing Learning Objectives
  • Measuring (intercultural) Competencies
  • Preparing for and dealing with Cultural Differences
  • Innovative IT approaches for anyone and everyone
  • The Future of Virtual Technology and Virtual Exchange

Keynote speeches will be delivered by Jon Rubin, founder of the SUNY COIL Center, and Darla Deardorff, leading expert in Intercultural learning, as well as Rick Arrowood, a global educator and seasoned COIL Collaborator and Robert O’Dowd, president of the UNICollaboration organisation for telecollaboration.

Conference Fee and Registration

The conference fee is €285 euros which inlcudes a spectacular networking dinner and drinks.  

Registration for the conference has now closed and we are fully booked.

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