On each of the three days, there will be hybrid sessions for two hours each with participants both on-site and online from all over the world. The individual sessions of this „GIPE conference“ will each focus on a different aspect of the GIPE experience.
The first day will focus on the intercultural and personal perspective, the second day will focus on the transdisciplinary and professional perspective and the third day will discuss the academic impact of the project at the participating universities. For this purpose, students, teachers and project partners (clients) from all GIPE years will give talks and/or present self-produced videos. There will also be time for talks and discussions in all sessions.
At the end, in addition to the pure experience reports, the concepts for this special form of project-based learning that have been tested in the project will be clearly formulated, their effects analysed and recommendations for action for future GIPE projects derived. The results of the conference will also form the basis for a final, then already fourth, scientific publication on GIPE, the outlines of which will already be sketched during the conference.
Since „project-based learning under the special conditions of international exchange“ is a rather unwieldy term for an action, the verb „to gipe“, which has the same meaning, was already coined at the beginning of the project. With this in mind, the organisers of the conference hope that it will be said again as soon as possible: