Title: LACE: How Open ICT Helps to Build International Masters in the Bologna Philosophy
Authors: Truyen, Frederik
Kuppens, Ann #
Issue Date: Jul-2010
Publisher: International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED)
Host Document: Edulearn10 Proceedings CD pages:005427-005436
Conference: Edulearn edition:10 location:Barcelona date:5-7 July 2010
Abstract: LACE or Literature And Culture in Europe is a network working towards a joint and double
international master's degree in the fields of literature and culture. Composed out of five progressive
European universities, it wants to, in a first phase, improve the 'internationalization at home' by
stimulating the venue of inbound international students in the master programmes at the arts
departments of het involved institutions. Besides that, it wants to facilitate the exchange of teachers in
all classes, in the form of block seminars.
In our paper we will present the current setup and architecture of the LACE support system and
situate it into the university's Open Policies and our theoretical views on online open teaching, based
on years-long experience in E-Learning pilots.
ISBN: 978-84-613-9385-5
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IC
Appears in Collections:IT Services, Faculty of Arts, Leuven
Literary Theory and Cultural Studies, Leuven
# (joint) last author

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