Where s my class? using web 2.0 for collaboration in a design environment
ASCILITE 2009 - The Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education
"""This paper builds on the successful implementation of Web 2.0 technology in a first-year photography subject within a design education program. The success of the subject is now being expanded to create a dynamic, global classroom introducing students to international perspectives. This paper describes the setting up of a universal partnership and collaborative steps taken to design, develop and implement learning and assessment tasks. Logistical considerations of time zone, student numbers, year levels, existing curriculum and learning outcomes agreeable and paramount to all parties are explained. Setting the parameters to create a global classroom has demanded strict guidelines and planning to create an effective partnership. To achieve this, extensive communication and consensus between the teachers was required to establish a pedagogically sound learning environment. © 2009 Lynette Zeeng, Diane Robbie, Keith Markham Adams and Clive Hutchison."""
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