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The L2C Project: Learning to Collaborate Through Advanced SmallWorld Simulations

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The L2C Project: Learning to Collaborate Through Advanced SmallWorld Simulations
Abstract. L2C - Learning to Collaborate - is an ongoing research project addressing the design of effective immersive simulation-based learning experiences supporting the development of collaboration competencies both at the individual and organisational level. The key characteristic of such advanced learning tools consists in the integration of psychological, motivational, cognitive, organizational, cultural and technological factors affecting the success of collaboration into the modeling of a set of virtual characters with whom learners can interact dynamically within a challenging and realistic collaboration scenario (SmallWorld Simulations). This paper provides an overview of the project, the conceptual basis, key design principles and expected pedagogical impact of this new type of immersive simulation-based learning experiences.
Albert A. Angehrn, Thierry Nabeth
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ECTEL
Authors Albert A. Angehrn, Thierry Nabeth
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