Globalizing On-line: Telecollaboration, Internationalization, and Social Justice by Nataly TcherepashenetsGlobalizing On-line: Telecollaboration, Internationalization, and Social Justice by Nataly Tcherepashenets

Globalizing On-line: Telecollaboration, Internationalization, and Social Justice

EditorNataly Tcherepashenets

Paperback | January 16, 2015

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Internationalization plays an important role in shaping the philosophy and practice of higher education, and it is arguably one of the most durable University achievements. Offering creative ways to achieve a shift from isolation to communication between people of different economic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, telecollaboration exemplifies challenges and rewards of internationalization in the epoch of e-learning. In our interconnected world the tasks of both bringing the equality of opportunities and promoting intercultural dialogue continue to be priorities for education, whose major objective and obligation is an expansion of the freedoms of human beings. In the era of globalization, its fulfillment more than ever depends on making it possible for people of different backgrounds to participate in intercultural dialogue on equal terms. Intercultural collaborations in virtual environments offer unique opportunities for the realization of this goal. This book explores both a contribution of telecollaboration to the democratic education, solidarity and social justice in the globalized world as well as the complexities and challenges that arise from attempts to align international collaborations and social justice.
Nataly Tcherepashenets is Associate Professor of Spanish and Area Coordinator of World Languages at the State University of New York, Empire State College. She is the author of Place and Displacement in the Narrative World of Jorge Luis Borges and Julio Cortázar (2008), a book chapter and numerous articles on topics of intercultural la...
Title:Globalizing On-line: Telecollaboration, Internationalization, and Social JusticeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:8.86 × 6.1 × 0.68 inPublished:January 16, 2015Publisher:Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Contents: Hayat Al-Khatib: Binary Distinctions or Global Partaking? – Anna Turula: Telecollaboration in the Clash of High and Low-context Cultures: Social Justice at Stake – Rebekah Mcpherson/Kelley King/Andrew Milson/Mary Bailey Estes: Evaluation of an International Online Learning Initiative in Special Education – Derya Kulavuz-Onal/Camilla Vásquez: Opening up Worlds: Intercultural Exchanges through Telecollaboration – Dominique Vinet: Online collaboration with the language-learning software @genda 2.0 – Rebecca Charry Roje/David S. Martins: Between «Pleasantville» and «My Way or the Highway»: Promoting Productive Discussion of Social Justice in a Globally Linked Learning Environment – Wendy Anderson/John Corbett: ‘What Do We Chat about When We Chat about Culture?’ The Discourse of Online Intercultural Exchanges – Marina Orsini-Jones/Elwyn Lloyd/Zoe Gazeley/Gwenola Bescond/Beatriz Vera López: Student-driven intercultural awareness raising with MexCo: agency, autonomy and threshold concepts in a telecollaborative project between the UK and Mexico – Himanee Gupta-Carlson: Internationalizing U.S. Students with Hip-hop and Social Networks.