Collaborative Design

Sustainable learning and organizing

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01-01-1981

Sustainable learning and organizing

How does one create an attractive learning environment? Knowledge development is difficult to plan and direct, let alone to control. It requires inspiration, connectedness and enticement. Passion and personal development are not subjected to management!

Mulder, Ingrid (2004). Understanding designers, designing for understanding

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17-06-2004

The study investigates the behaviour of distributed teams that collaborate on complex design tasks and communicate by means of videoconferencing. A collaborative design approach is advocated and supported by a specific Q-tool. The main conclusion is that not technology is the most obstrusive factor for the success of virtual teams, but the percieved distance. Distributed team members have the potential to engage in the spirit of collaboration. When support is directed to trigger this spirit, barriers for collaborative learning and shared understanding can be removed.

Kessels, J.W.M. & Plomp, Tj. (1996). Course Design. In T. Plomp & D.P. Ely (Eds.), The Internatio¬nal Encyclope¬dia of Educational Technology, 2nd edition (pp. 143-148). Oxford: Pergamon Press/El¬sevier Science Ltd.

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Kessels, J.W.M. & Plomp, Tj. (1996). Course Design. In T. Plomp & D.P. Ely (Eds.), The Internatio­nal Encyclope­dia of Educational Technology, 2nd edition (pp. 143-148). Oxford: Pergamon Press/El­sevier Science Ltd.

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