Attached are slides for the transnational course proposal I presented at a conference last week. The slides are also available at the Unicaen web portal, if you are associated (path to the slides: transnational meeting, DAFLS, Bgd2).
The Université de Caen Normandie is headed by some very passionate and wonderful professors who I had the pleasure to meet. The attempt to teach well – so also, learn well (docendo discimus) – can be such a battle at times for so many reasons, but this makes the opportunity to meet others trying to secure access to this path all the more wonderful.
Slide outline: Local but global; Sample deliverables; 21st-century relevance; Conclusion (why does this matter?)
Note to extend the graphics credit: the labyrinth image was adapted from Antonio Toca Fernández’s essay with graphics, La biblioteca de Babel: Una modesta propuesta, in Casa del Tiempo, 24(4), October 2009.