The iCollaborate project is an international community of practice of students and lecturers started in 2011. The project aims to explore and evaluate which mobile web tools, pedagogic strategies and learning scenarios can be effective to support international student and lecturer collaboration, participation in decision-making as part of currciulum development and the developemnt of 21st century skills. The partner universities in iCollaborate project are:

  • AUT University (New Zealand)
  • Beuth University (Germany)
  • Salford University (UK)
  • Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Spain)
  • Unitec New Zealand

The contributions to iCollaborate 2011 (#iCollab11) are collected in the iCollab wiki. In 2012 (#iCollab12) we are using this blog to collect and document all resources generated during our collaboration.

iCollaborate educational activities and research interests include:

  • Exploring mobile tools for international collaboration of teams of students
  • Engaging students in participatory curriculum development by means of social and mobile media
  • Exploring the creation of digital identities in social and mobile media
  • Using mobile media for situated co-creation of student-generated content
  • Modelling heutagogical approaches to education
  • Use of mobile web 2.0 as catalyst for pedagogical change/innovation
  • Collaborative research in mobile social media integration in higher education

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