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'''Collaborative Online International Learning''' (COIL) projects, typically, "involve the co-development of a course module by two or more instructors from different countries, each of whom recognize that a valuable kind of learning occurs when students from different parts of the world work together on a common area of focus. [...] COIL courses often embrace the use of digital technology to bridge the distance that separates countries and partners."<ref>University of Minnesota Duluth https://web.archive.org/web/20181205133356/http://d.umn.edu/coil</ref>
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'''Collaborative Online International Learning''' (COIL) projects, typically, "involve the co-development of a course module by two or more instructors from different countries, each of whom recognize that a valuable kind of learning occurs when students from different parts of the world work together on a common area of focus. [...] COIL courses often embrace the use of digital technology to bridge the distance that separates countries and partners."<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20181205133356/http://d.umn.edu/coil What is Collaborative Online International Learning? | University of Minnesota Duluth]</ref>
  
 
Malmö University's Department of Global Political Studies is in the process of setting up a COIL-based course on human rights.
 
Malmö University's Department of Global Political Studies is in the process of setting up a COIL-based course on human rights.
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Revision as of 11:52, 6 December 2018

Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) projects, typically, "involve the co-development of a course module by two or more instructors from different countries, each of whom recognize that a valuable kind of learning occurs when students from different parts of the world work together on a common area of focus. [...] COIL courses often embrace the use of digital technology to bridge the distance that separates countries and partners."[1]

Malmö University's Department of Global Political Studies is in the process of setting up a COIL-based course on human rights.

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