European Conference on Collaborative Online Internation Learning (COIL) for Higher Education

December 1st & 2nd 2016

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European COIL Conference Content online
12/13/2016

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Europe's First-Ever COIL Conference is a Smashing Success
12/02/2016

Over 200 professionals were present, representing over 60 institutions and organisations in over a dozen countries. Keynotes on the importance of COIL as a tool for meaningful intercultural learning were delivered by SUNY COIL founder Jon Rubin, as well as international education experts including Darla Deardorff, Rick Arrowood and Robert O'Dowd and participants attended over a dozen interactive presentations on everything from how to get started on a COIL course to the variety of tools available.

On Friday, after two days of networking and collaborating, the event was brought to a close by Rajash Rawal, Dean of the Faculty of Management & Organisation at THUAS, with a powerful reminder of how intercultural collaboration can be used to make people aware of their 'bubbles,' echoing a core conference theme about embracing different perspectives.

Reports from the event, as well as slideshows, photos and other materials, will be posted soon, and the organisers will follow up with an online networking platform in the near future.

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The European COIL Conference is fully booked
11/24/2016

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Full programme available for European COIL Conference
11/24/2016

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European COIL Conference Registration has closed, but there may still be some space available
10/25/2016

Registration for the European COIL Conference has officially closed as of 25 October, but there may yet be some space available for late registrations. Anyone who would still like to participate in our conference should contact us at coil@hhs.nl and if possible, we will try to accommodate you.

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Space still available at the European COIL conference - registration deadline extended
10/10/2016

Because there is still some space available at the European COIL Conference in The Hague on 1 and 2 December, the registration deadline has been extended until 24 October. There may also be room for additional presenters so be sure to check out the Call for Presentations and send us your proposal as soon as possible.

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Presenters and panellists sought for the European COIL Conference
08/12/2016

The European Conference on Collaborative Online International Learning at The Hague University of Applied Sciences is still looking for a few more presenters, panellists and participants for various activities on 1 and 2 December 2016. There are still a few presentation slots available so if you have a story to tell about COIL, see our Call for Presentations on our Website and contact us at COIL@hhs.nl.

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Keynote Speakers Confirmed for COIL Conference
08/05/2016

The organisers of the first-ever European Conference on Collaborative Online International Learning at The Hague University of Applied Sciences are pleased to announce that no less than four Keynote speakers have already confirmed that they will be speaking at the conference on 1 and 2 December, 2016. The conference will feature keynotes from 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.

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Registration open for European COIL Conference
08/05/2016

Registration for the first-ever European Conference on Collaborative Online International Learning at The Hague University of Applied Sciences on 1 and 2 December 2016 is now open for all interested education professionals. This conference offers something for everyone, whether you’re just getting interested in online collaboration or an experienced COIL practitioner looking to take their projects to the next level.

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