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Global Collaborative Engineering: Intercultural Competencies and Diverse Student Participation Fully Considered?
|Title:||Global Collaborative Engineering: Intercultural Competencies and Diverse Student Participation Fully Considered?|
|Author Affiliation:||Patrick Stärke - Tampere University of Applied Science|
|Abstract:||Globally Networked Learning Environments (GNLE) allow for exposure to different cultures and international learning based on online communication and technology. This paper presents a case of GNLE, the Global Collaborative Engineering course, and explores the dimensions of intercultural competency development in students as well as participation of and program conduct for students with diverse backgrounds as an alternative to traditional study abroad. Whereas both aspects are much discussed in research, they are not fully addressed and realized for the|
presented case. Suggestions will be made on how to change this status quo.
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TCC 2019 Proceedings|
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