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Title: Virtually collaborating across cultures: a case study of an online theatrical performance in a 3DCVE spanning three continents
Authors: Wyeld, Theodor
Prasolova-Forland, Ekaterina
Chang, Teng Wen
Keywords: 3D
Three D
Collaborative virtual environment
Computer aided instruction
Digital media
Online performance
Virtual reality
Issue Date: Jul-2006
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: Proceedings of the 6th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT 2006), Kerkrade, Netherlands, 05-07 July 2006 / Kinshuk, R. Koper, P. Kommers, P. Kirschner, D. G. Sampson and W. Didderen (eds.), pp. 1076-1078
Abstract: Much information communication technology (ICT) design work involves international collaboration. This requires cross-cultural understandings with one's co-collaborators. There are few opportunities for this to occur in a pedagogical setting. This paper outlines a pedagogically-oriented case study of the use of a 3D collaborative virtual environment (3DCVE). The 3D co-located laboratory (3DCollab) described in this paper served as a cross-cultural exchange platform. It fostered deeper understandings of alternate meanings to everyday social and work practices and design computing assumptions. The project involved students across three cooperating institutions, on three different continents in different time zones. It builds on previous exercises conducted by the authors.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/8020
ISBN: 9780769526324
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