I'd like to begin by thanking you for your comparison between Virtual Mobility and classical Distance Education. You've assured me that, in spite of its title, my project Multilingual Studies at a Distance. Students and Academics of All Countries, Unite! :-) is in fact the fulfillment of VM. Although we ( http://fedcba.ning.com/profiles/members/ ) study particular problems in various groups ( http://fedcba.ning.com/groups ), we can meet in Forum area ( http://fedcba.ning.com/forum ), write and comment in Blogs area ( http://fedcba.ning.com/profiles/blog/list ), and so on. Just recently, we can interact with each other using the famous "Like Button" ( http://fedcba.ning.com/forum/topics/odnosnie-emaila-something-we ). Nonetheless, I must make more effort in order to completely internationalize these studies at http://fedcba.ning.com/ .
This way, I've reached the nub of the matter. From ten VM components identified by the Movinter Team, the 6th and the 7th are the most challenging, at least for me: hence I've just joined you at MOVINTER - Enhancing Virtual Mobility to foster institutional cooperation and internationalisation of curricula ( http://www.movinter.eu/ ).