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Virtual Laboratory Project with Ohio University Extended

Virtual Laboratory Project with Ohio University Extended

Tatyana Permyakova, Professor of the School of Foreign Languages, and Marina Sheveleva, Head of the School of Foreign Languages, together with Ohio University, won the second round of the US-Russia Virtual University Partnership competition.

The second round of the project includes:
— development of the achievements of the virtual laboratory of cultural exchange project implemented in the first round;
— expansion of online collaborations between students and teachers of HSE–Perm and Ohio University within the framework of institutional forums, conferences, workshops and seminars.
The main goal of the project is to integrate the formats and online communication platforms of the two universities for the sustainable development of internationalisation.

The stages of the project include:

  • January 2022

    — project planning and meetings on the administration of joint activities;

  • February-June 2022

    — student conferences and a series of seminars on public speech for students from different countries;
    — teachers' presentations at interdisciplinary scientific events of HSE — Perm and Ohio University;

  • June-August 2022

    — report, meetings of administrators to summarize the results of the project and prospects for further cooperation.

Tatyana Permyakova, Professor of the School of Foreign Languages, HSE — Perm

The project of the virtual laboratory of cultural exchange with Ohio University helps strengthen the internationalisation focus of HSE University–Perm and develop students' soft skills of students, primarily improving leadership qualities. In addition, it is an opportunity to gain experience in international cooperation without leaving the country.
After the first round, we received a lot of positive feedback from laboratory participants from both sides. We hope that the second round of the project will be vivid and interesting and will strengthen intercultural understanding and our cooperation with Ohio University.

Feedback from the participants of the virtual laboratory