What do native dance styles, ESL and archeology have in common? They are all case studies explored in a recent publication by Carleton researchers including SLaLS’ English for Academic Purposes instructor Peggy Hartwick.
“Collaborating through Space and Time in Educational Virtual Environments: 3 Case Studies”, just out in The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, examines the use of a 3D online virtual space (Carleton Virtual) to facilitate learning. Hartwick shares publication credits with an interdisciplinary team:
- Ali Arya (Instructional Media Design)
- Shawn Graham (History)
- Nuket Nowlan (Technology Innovation Management)