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Teaching Technology Design for Collaborative Reflection Practices in Higher Education

New collaborative project funded by EU Erasmus+.

Collaboration is considered as one of the 21st century skills. However, collaboration is a very complex skill which involves coordination, cooperation and at its most advanced level, reflective communication. In response to the challenges posed by COVID-19, where remote collaboration has become radically more important, the need for designing and developing technologies that efficiently support collaborative interaction has become an even higher priority. This project aims to actively spread the knowledge gained in research on the design of collaborative technologies by the project partners, by developing teaching materials for higher education in designing technologies that support collaborative interaction mediated by technology.

Project partners: 
Aarhus University in Denmark, University of Gothenburg and Chalmers university of Technology in Sweden, Eindhoven University of Technology in Netherlands, and Özye?in University in Turkey.

Eva Eriksson

Find the website for the project here.