The eMundus project came to an end in December 2015, following two years of intense work where the project team has been facilitating discussions and awareness raising activities on the relation between Open Education (UER, MOOCs, Virtual Mobility and more) and international cooperation among universities. It has gathered data from and organised events in Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, as well as online, reaching and collaborating with more than 500 universities.
In a nutshell, the main finding of eMundus is that open approaches can have a positive impact on international collaboration of universities, increasing not only trust and mutual understanding but also efficiency and innovation.
On the eMundus website you can find all project outcomes:
- country reports on OE developments in the project countries,
- an Atlas of Open Education initiatives
- an Exploratorium with tools and approaches that can facilitate the adoption of open practices,
- a set of recommendations
- the Final Publication.
All these results are openly released and are there to be used and improved by experts, institutions, projects and initiatives. If you need some further information, feel free to contact Fabio Nascimbeni.