In connection with the implementation of the Erasmus + KA2 COVIMO Project “COVID 19 pandemic as an” opportunity window “project for the transition towards new and more inclusive internationalization through virtual mobility” in-depth focus groups interviews which took place at SGGW and partner institutions resulted in summarizing the good and bad practices in the implementation of the on-line education.
- based on in-depth focus group interviews good and bad practices in the implementation of the on-line education has been summarized,
- good and bad practices were divided into main categories: psychological, pedagogical, technological and administrative,
- the application of the tags (e.g. students, employees, etc.) for data presentation was discussed,
- preparation of the integrated, friendly presentation of good and bad practices integrated with the main project website has been initiated.
Completion of the task – the creation of an international handbook of examples of transferable good practice – is planned for June 2022. Prepared material will be useful for the process of creating solutions for virtual mobility by the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU).