• The new course for the winter term 2021/2022 has started

    In the winter term 2021/2022 the transnational online course “Intercultural Perspectives on Information Literacy and Metaliteracy” takes place. Experts from Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina, India, USA and Austria are acting as instructors for the course. Moreover, several students from each mentioned country are participating as well. The goal is to gain knowledge about information literacy and metaliteracy in an international learning space. After completing the contents and learning tasks an online conference will take place in order to share the gained knowledge more widely.

    Click to see the poster of the project course (winter semester 2021/2022):

  • A successful workshop week is behind us!

    From July 19 to 23, 2021 we gathered for the workshop “Intercultural perspectives on information literacy”. In addition to students and experts from Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina and India, we were very pleased to welcome experts from the USA and Austria as well. We were able to facilitate successful student collaboration as well as an expansion of the group of participants for the upcoming project cycle. Click here to read a detailed report on the workshop week from the Metaliteracy perspective by Thomas Mackey and Trudi Jacobson.

  • New video with students’ experiences on our YouTube channel!

    Amiya Khadilkar, Isha Singh, Neha Kumar and Ria Sewlani from Symbiosis College of Arts & Commerce Pune reflect on how they experienced our transnational learning scenario. Click here to watch the video on our YouTube channel!

  • Workshop in summer 2021

    We are very excited about our vivid transnational learning scenario and are eager to expand it! For this purpose, we will be having an online workshop in summer 2021 with interested project partners. Stay tuned for more information!

  • Online conference in January 2021

    The conference on 30th January 2021 discussed the Indian-German student groups’ results of the transnational course “Intercultural perspectives on information literacy”. Furthermore, we were honoured to have Thomas P. Mackey, Ph.D. and Trudi E. Jacobson, MLS, MA, who were giving a keynote presentation about “The Role of Metaliteracy in Designing Open Learning Initiatives”.

    We are very happy to have welcomed about 150 participants, who engaged in vivid discussions throughout the whole conference. The conference’s contents are published here and on our YouTube channel.