on November 24, 2022
Published on December 5, 2022 Updated on December 5, 2022

Learning Community in Action: Transnationally connected and exploring migration

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On Thursday the 24th of November 2022, the Learning Community Global Connections Migration Project Week culminated in a session that saw the 8 transnational student teams, composed of 48 students (UoW, CY, UoL & UPF, BA/BS & MA/MS), present their projects.

A result of work conducted virtually in their groups over a period of two weeks, the quality and creativity displayed was impressive. A range of presentation mediums was used by groups including a short video, letters, a collage, an Instagram account, a Padlet board, poems, a leaflet, and a book. The projects, self-decided and led by students covered and approached diverse aspects of migration in a global context.

Students valued working with peers coming from different countries and disciplines, and enjoyed having free reign over the topic and their final product: 
This was a highly insightful activity providing me with the ability to learn about global connections and the impacts on migratory patterns which I had not learnt about before. The creative freedoms provided to us also made the activity even more enjoyable.”