Jean Monnet module 2013 – 2016
EU LAJF (Learning, Action, Job, Fun)
iveti v EU: zdrueni v raznolikosti
EU LAJF in English
EU LAJF (Learning, Action, Job, Fun) is the name of the project, co-funded by the EC
in the framework of the Jean Monnet module. In this project MFDP will in 3 consecutive
academic years 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16, performed elective course Living in the EU:
Unity in Diversity. In the first year, the course is carried out by face to face and
supported by the e-classroom, in the coming years the course will be performed mainly in
the e-environment, both in Moodle, as well as m-learning where learning will be through
mobile devices (phone, iPad). The course in 2013/14 is offered to MFDP students, in the
next years it will be offered in the framework of national mobility to all post-secondary and
higher education students in the region. All the lectures are open to the general public.
The main lecturers in the course are dr. Nada Trunk irca and dr. Andreja Barle, assistant
is Valentina Jost Leer; a number of guests lecturers and experts from various thematic
areas will be invited to participate.
Project activities in 2013/14
The Jean Monnet programme aims at stimulating teaching, research and reflection in
the field of European integration studies at the level of higher education institutions within
and outside the European Community.
European integration studies are defined as the analysis of the origins and evolution of the
European Communities and the European Union in all its aspects. They cover both the
internal and external dimension of European integration, including the European Union's
role in the dialogue between peoples and cultures and the European Union's role and
perception in the world.
Jean Monnet Modules are short teaching programmes (or courses) in the field of
European integration studies at higher education institutions. Each Module has a
minimum duration of 40 teaching hours. Modules may concentrate on one particular
discipline in European integration studies or be multidisciplinary in approach and therefore
call upon the services of several teachers.
• Project leader: Nada Trunk irca, email@example.com
• Project assistants: Valentina Jot Leer, firstname.lastname@example.org in Gaja Gologranc,
© Vse pravice pridrane EU LAJF | MFDP
Project number: 542615-LLP-1-2013-SI-AJM-MO
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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