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Connecting Students Globally Through Video-Conference Pedagogy

This case study from Stanford University's Cross-Cultural Rhetoric Project discusses innovative teaching methods used to meet new institutional mandates for global learning and internationalization. Through designing and building Marratech-software enabled video-conference collaboration stations that can connect classes across five continents, the project learned best practices for implementation of global e-Learning at the university level.... Show More

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