General guidelines for VM
During the project implementation, various research has been implemented in partner countries and other EU countries. The research and online surveys have beed directed towards clarification of existing situation in partner countries in the practices of virtual mobility (see Analysis of existing situation in partner countries in 2009 bellow), towards analysis of existing practices (the survey has been implemented in Europe), and then, a virtual mobility exploitation scenario was prepared and validated by addressing higher education, adult aducation institutions and enterprises.
Having received all the responses and results from the surveys mentioned, Virtual Mobility Exploitation Scenario is produced as one outcome of TeaCamp project.
The scenario describes institutional guidelines for administrative, academic, curricular and technological requirements for virtual mobility exploitation within an institution.
Analysis of existing situation in partner countries in 2009
During the implemenation of WP2, partner institutions have implemented the analysis of existing situation in the partner countries (existing regulations and practices applicable for virtual mobility of students and teachers), in 2009, and produced the public document with the list of recommendations "Recommendations for institutional regulation of virtual mobility". These general recommendations for necessary regulations, guidelines and policy documents are now availble in:
The document has been translated and is available in all partner languages:
However, as these recommendations provide necessary actions to be implementation at national and international level in general, TeaCamp consortium agreed to continue defining practical guidelines and recommendations for institutions willing to implement virtual mobility.