Using the Internet for Cultrual Understanding

ID: 16001 Type: Poster/Demo
  1. Yaeko Nakanishi, Dokkyo University, Japan
  2. Kimiko Gunji, University of Illinois, United States
  3. Lumi Tatsuta, Dokkyo University, Japan

Wednesday, June 28 5:15 PM-7:15 PM Location: Ballroom 1-4

No presider for this session.

Abstract: This poster session is for people interested in establishing cross-cultral projects using the Internet. It will provide an over-view of the topics and issues related to such a project based on cooperative exchange which was conducted during academic year 2005. The participants in this project are from Japan and the United States, and were interested in learning about each other's culture. Based on pre&post surveys, the project was very succesful and the students recommended that it be continued. In short, this poster session will details the major issues association with cross-cultral projects using Internet technologies.


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