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Collaborative Teaching & Learning Between Continents: A case study


TitleCollaborative Teaching & Learning Between Continents: A case study
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2004
AuthorsMilekic, S., Haapalainen R., & Mäenpää M.
Secondary TitleMuseums and the Web 2004: Proceedings
Conference Start DateMarch 31 - April
PublisherArchives & Museum Informatics
Place PublishedWashington DC / Arlington VA, USA
EditorBearman, D., & Trant J.
Keywordscollaborative learning, collaborative teaching, Web-based tools
Abstract

In this paper we present a critical overview of an experiment in collaborative teaching/learning using Web-based tools. Collaborating institutions were the University of Art & Design in Helsinki, Finland, and the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, USA. Graduate level students attending different (but with substantial overlap) courses in Finland and the US were connected using Future Learning Environment (FLE) developed at the Media Lab of University of Art & Design.

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