Hello, Pierre-Antoine, you've repeated here the comment sent there [ http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/events/cf/daa11/item-display.cfm?id=5989 (16/06/2011 14:06)] because we have here more room for discussion, haven't you? I share your feeling. Let me therefore add something to that (Ibidem, 16/06/2011 16:08). A similar project I've proposed just yesterday in Facebook group created by my friend from India. Here it is.
What do you think about the following project? Have we already matured enough to what I've with regard to another subject (METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH) proposed recently Davinia Hernández-Leo ( http://www.elearningeuropa.info/en/comment_blog/re-ec-tel-2011-workshop-learning-activities-across-physical-and-virtual-spaces-acrosssp )? The subject CORPORATE RISKS lectured face-to-face by each of us in his/her mother language at his/her university supported by CORPORATE RISKS problems discussed by all of us and our students at a distance in English at Multilingual Studies at a Distance. Students and Academics of All Countries, Unite! :-) ( http://fedcba.ning.com/ )--would it be educationally useful? I'm sure about it. Would it be possible to perform? "The proof of the pudding is in the eating", isn't it? ;-)
Are my projects really so fantastic or, as a matter of fact, they are hard but practical and reasonable?