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3IN Insights into further steps towards inter-university collaboration

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Welcome to the 3IN Insights into further steps towards inter-university collaboration on the 7th of June via Zoom! Mika Alavaikko (Diak), Stian Sørlie Eriksen (VID) and Sven Warnke (FHWS) will share the initial idea of developing collaborative efforts within 3INAlliance into an edited book.   

Time & Place  

7th of June 2022 at 13:00–15:00 CEST / 14:00–16:00 EEST

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Target Groups 

All professional groups and student bodies within 3INAlliance, including academic staff, library professionals, management and leadership, IT-support, etc.   

Program  

In this 3IN Insights meeting, we will introduce the initial idea of an edited book based on the collaborative efforts between our respective universities. These collaborative efforts include joint teaching, collaboration between libraries, co-operation between management and leadership of our universities, collaboration between student bodies, etc. We wish to invite colleagues who have already taken part in collaborative efforts between our universities, as well as those contemplating on the possibility of joining and or initiating such an endeavour.  

We propose an edited book bringing together knowledge and experiences of the collaborative efforts already taken place.   

Book would be composed of articles, each article written by a team of professionals active in a given collaborative effort (joint teaching, on-line course, developement of joint managerial practices, collaboration between libraries, etc.). Contributions can include articles between the three participating universities and/or may include reflections on collaborative experiences that each of the universities may have individually.  

Timeline and editorial process are provided by the editorial team. Diak publications has agreed to publishing of the book.   

About the Facilitators

Mika Alavaikko works a senior lecturer at Diak University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki. His teaching focuses on transferable skills.  
 

Stian Sørlie Eriksen works as associate professor and as head of department for cultural and religious studies at VID Specialized University (VID) at VID’s campus in Stavanger, Norway.

In the picture Sven Warnke. Dr. Sven Warnke is a professor at the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences. His research interests relate to questions of management in social and health care as well as the evaluation of health services. In teaching, he is particularly interested in activity-oriented and collaborative methods. 

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