Hamburg Field Trip

July 2nd, 2023 / 0 comments

The next V-Global field trip tooks place in the urban center of Northern Germany, the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. On the 15th of June, participants had the opportunity to collect geodata based on the overarching topic of the project global change. Four routes are representative for the different faces of the city. The READ MORE >

How to create a participatory workshop using Miro. Steps and tips

April 3rd, 2023 / 0 comments

In the context of the Athens fieldtrip, we organized a collective mapping workshop to collect data and co-create stories. After walking around the city center, the working team implemented a collaborative mapping workshop with the help of the Miro tool. Would you like to facilitate a collective mapping activity through Miro? Here you have some READ MORE >

International Virtual field trip seminar

January 12th, 2023 / 0 comments

As part of the V-Global project, students from the University of Hamburg, Université Paris Cité and Oranim College are participating in an international seminar to produce virtual field trip.  These students are or will be teachers. They discovered their respective cultures, educational systems and issues related to global change. They also discovered Israel, Germany and READ MORE >

Discover Brusels

January 12th, 2023 / 0 comments

The VGlobal team met in last November 2022 in Brussels to further advance the work on virtual trip and main concept in Global change. An example of this can be found in the collaborative story map created on the issue of Global change in the cities applied to the city of Brussels. This city has READ MORE >

Collaborative tool : Miro

October 23rd, 2022 / 0 comments

The V-Global project is based on collaborative work in blended learning. To get students to work together, we use participatory tools like MIRO. It is a free tool that allows doing individual and group work during or outside class, presentations, giving feedback on assignments, Q&A sessions, planning and structuring individual or collaborative work in order READ MORE >

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Athens’ Virtual field trip

October 18th, 2022 / 0 comments

As part of the V-global project, we realized a field in Athens in May 2022. The data collected allowed us to collaboratively create 5 virtual terrains on global change. These virtual fields are based on a common methodology. Methodology to create VFT Identify keywords and choose a problem Identify 5 relevant datas Geolocate them Build READ MORE >

V-Global field trip in Athens

May 16th, 2022 / 0 comments

The first V-Global project field trip took place on the 3rd and 4th of May 2022 in Athens. 25 participants from all over Europe visited the city following 4 itineraries presented here. The fieldwork allowed participants to collect geolocalized data (photos, sounds, videos, feelings) with the geolocalization applications: SW Maps and GeoTag. The participants engaged READ MORE >


Exploring sustainable development in Hamburg virtually

February 24th, 2022 / 0 comments

Exploring sustainable development in Hamburg virtually – through the lens of virtual field trips The team of Universität Hamburg works in the Faculty of Education in the Department of Social Sciences, Mathematics and Natural Sciences education. How will we contribute to V-Global? Our main expertise lies in developing real and virtual field trips with a READ MORE >

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Virtual Fieldwork Experiences

February 21st, 2022 / 0 comments

The move to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic has forced higher education institutions and schools to find new and innovative ways to teach their students. Using virtual field trips has increasingly become a pedagogical strategy for connecting students to important educational experiences. According to Granshaw & Duggan-Haas (2012), a Virtual Fieldwork Experience (VFE) is READ MORE >

V-Global Project Launches

February 1st, 2022 / 0 comments

We are pleased to announce the launch of the V-Global Project! The project brings together partners from 5 countries (Belgium, France, Germany, Greece and Spain). The consortium is led by colleagues from the University of Paris working in an interdisciplinary team in terms of training and research. The partnership includes 4 universities, a European non-profit organisation READ MORE >