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Prof Sandra Wills We go everywhere man… Dubai Dublin Colorado Bega Wollongong Hong Kong

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Prof Sandra Wills

MLT: 

MLT

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Prof Sandra Wills Australia Fast Car Integrated Interactive Fast Bus Transnational Fly-In Autonomous Collaborative UOW MLT models

Total Number of Subjects: 

Total Number of Subjects BLENDED BLENDED

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Prof Sandra Wills

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ties together being: Multi location and International with Graduate Qualities

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Prof Sandra Wills The practice of engaging students with their international peers in the mutual construction of international knowledge “deserves recognition as a central pillar of an internationalizing methodology”. (Whalley, 1997, p. 1)

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Prof Sandra Wills currently teachers HOPE that international outcomes will result from group work within the multicultural setting rather than carefully designing group work processes to nurture, support and discuss international perspectives Bell, Smith & Vrazalic

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Prof Sandra Wills Some of the classes I’ve got, it’s 90% Asians, and you’re left with no one, and then you have to find a friend in the class, and then you try to make, you know, friendship with them, but then the problem that it gets that, they’ve got their own groups, and, like, they’re always talking Chinese and all of that … so you never can come into their groups … I think it’s better, like, when they put us in the group than we choosing.” (Student 6) Wollongong

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student-initiated informal chat room for social contact between students at Hong Kong Wollongong and Bega

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Prof Sandra Wills TYRANNY OF DISTANCE tyranny of technology tyranny of time zone tyranny of mother tongue tyranny of teaching space

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tyranny of technology

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and use CDROMs

Videoconference Usage: 

Videoconference Usage United Arab Emirates – IT Hub IP videoconference blocked by government owned Telco VoIP also blocked scanning to stop Skype and similar

eduStream Usage: 

eduStream Usage teachers selecting appropriate technology

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Prof Sandra Wills Technology – Student Access Hong Kong evaluation: high technical literacy but password problems in first month need familiarity with each LMS used by partner university home computers shared by several family members

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Prof Sandra Wills Technology – Emerging Technologies

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Prof Sandra Wills Technology – Emerging Technologies ISSUE: moving from pilot to mainstream for stability & support ISSUE: hybrid multi-skilled staff ISSUE: 24x7 support

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Prof Sandra Wills Tyranny of the timetable Dubai 6 hour time difference 1 hour morning, 1 evening hour Session 1 Sep – Dec Session 2 Feb – May Summer Jun – Aug 2-3 week overlap each session

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BUS110 evolutionary approach Dubai cohort Summer semester starting in June develop educational artefact and post on Vista Wollongong cohort Spring Session starting in July use, evaluate, develop further… and so on

Science – Assoc Prof Paul Carr: 

Science – Assoc Prof Paul Carr International Bachelor of Science 3 partner institutions Students complete: Science major Technology minor Social Science minor 3 Global Learning Subjects Minimum 1 term at Partner institution

Partners: 

Colorado Dublin City Wollongong Partners

Global learning: 

Global learning Facilitate communication Encourage interaction Break down barriers Presentation technology: videoconference web-based discussion group email webcam

Tyranny of University Calendars: 

Tyranny of University Calendars

Tyranny of time: 

Tyranny of time Wollongong 10.00 am Thursday 15/3/07 Boulder (-17 hrs) 5.00 pm Wednesday 14/3/07 Dublin (-11 hrs) 11.00 pm Wednesday 14/3/07

Tyranny of time: 

Tyranny of time Wollongong 10.00 am Thursday 15/3/07 Boulder (-17 hrs) 5.00 pm Wednesday 14/3/07 Dublin (-11 hrs) 11.00 pm Wednesday 14/3/07 Wollongong 10.00 am Thursday 5/4/07 Boulder (-16 hrs) 6.00 pm Wednesday 4/4/07 Dublin (-9 hrs) 01.00 am Thursday 5/4/07

Tyranny of time: 

Tyranny of time Wollongong 10.00 am Thursday 22/2/07 Boulder (-18 hrs) 4.00 pm Wednesday 21/2/07 Dublin (-11 hrs) 11.00 pm Wednesday 21/2/07 Wollongong 10.00 am Thursday 5/4/07 Boulder (-16 hrs) 6.00 pm Wednesday 4/4/07 Dublin (-9 hrs) 1.00 am Thursday 5/4/07 Wollongong 10.00 am Thursday 15/3/07 Boulder (-17 hrs) 5.00 pm Wednesday 14/3/07 Dublin (-11 hrs) 11.00 pm Wednesday 14/3/07

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Prof Sandra Wills Tyranny of the mother tongue

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Prof Sandra Wills Hong Kong evaluation: Cantonese spoken in tutorials and for all socialising online discussion gives students with poor English time for rehearsal and reflection eduStream also helps practice in English videoconference very threatening

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Prof Sandra Wills Cultural Issues Dubai Evaluation Some female students not allowed in groups with male students not allowed to use phone to a male student not allowed to use internet without male relative watching them So two moderators needed for online discussion, one in each country

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Prof Sandra Wills Tyranny of the teaching space

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Connected Learning Spaces: Access Grid, Informatics funded by the International Centre of Excellence for Education and Mathematics

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Professional AND Connected Learning Spaces: Moot Court, Law Faculty

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Lecture Learning Spaces: plasma screens and cameras for web-casting

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