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REVE - Real Virtual Erasmus

eLearning project funded by the European Commission

eLearning Programme

Directorate General for Education and Culture

Duration: January 2005 - December 2006


“REVE wants to enhance impact & efficiency of traditional Erasmus programmes through the development & support of virtual Erasmus actions”

  • Complement to traditional Erasmus
  • Embed in mainstream higher education

REVE will develop and implement:

A REVE projekt a következőket kívánja kialakítani és megvalósítani:

  1. Two series of virtual (blended) course activities (2005-2006)
  2. Horizontal services and support action lines.
    • Services
      • Technical
      • Pedagogical
      • Organisational
        • Models and Procedures, focus on
          • Localisation
          • Creditation
          • Agreements
            • Training materials & seminars


The objectives of the REVE project are to enhance the impact and efficiency of the Erasmus programme through the set-up of and support for a full-fletched virtual Erasmus action;

(1) as a complement to the existing Erasmus exchange programmes in which virtual Erasmus can be used to prepare and follow-up the physical mobility or/and take courses at the home university while staying abroad;

(2) to embed networked e-learning (in transnational collaboration of teachers and students) as an integrated part in mainstream higher education, aiming at transferability, scalability and sustainability: joint programme and course development, joint learning activities as virtual integrated elements of blended learning, ‘following’ (e.g. elective) courses abroad in a virtual mode;

(3) to develop and provide the necessary technical, pedagogical and organizational services to guarantee these objectives to be realised.

Core partners

Active partners



  • Real working virtual mobility actions & courses within the real environment of mainstream education of the partners;
  • Concrete and validated procedures as well as recommendations at institutional, network (local as well as transnational and European level, published in a manual about a global framework for networked e-learning, as a further development of the existing Manual for a Collaborative European Virtual University (finished cEVU project);
  • Tools and techniques that support the virtual mobility actions, including training materials;
  • Effective dissemination to stimulate uptake of the outcomes inside and outside the (extended) partnership





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