Welcome to the DIGIPASS Staff Toolkit - General
In this section you will experience a virtual journey with best practice guidance, personal reflection tools, practical tools and case studies that will help you to guide students through the mobility cycle.
You can navigate through each content and explore the ones you may consider relevant for your professional development and have access to all of the resources.
Why do students go on mobility and how can staff members help those students the best way possible in their mobility life cycle?
Professionals from various universities will share their expertise on this matter, so you can help your students the best way possible
Check out the video where these experts share their best practices on the topic of student mobility.
Here you will find a bank resource of exportation files from Canvas and Moodle related to an online course that has been developed by the DIGIPASS consortium.
You can use these files to upload them on your own Learning Management System.
Having difficulties getting everything in order before students start asking questions?
This checklist is designed to help you think about all the general, yet important, information before launching a mobility program.
Have a look at the checklist and make sure you have thought about the most important matters.
- EAIE website
- Institute of International Education official website
- Exchange Coordinator toolkit
- Erin Meyer’s website
- Reflection Toolkit from the website of the University of Edinburgh
Ever wondered why students wanted to go abroad and how they experienced their semester in an unknown city? Students have created videos to share their firsthand experiences of problems they ran into during their mobility abroad.
Watch these student testimonials from ambassadors that went on an exchange programme in the past.
Before going on mobility, there are many questions that students and staff member have.
Moving to a new city and country is a big step to independence and everyone wants to make sure to be well prepared.
In the next page you can find some frequently asked questions from each section that students and staff members have.