Women Academics in Virtual Environments

WAVE - Women Academics in Virtual Environments

WAVE is a group to exchange ideas and knowlege about 3D technologies and virtual worlds as a shared resource in education and research.

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At present hundreds of higher education institutions worldwide have done teaching in virtual worlds. Yet, the potential of virtual environments for learning and practice are relatively untried and remains an important research domain for instructional design, learner modeling and teacher practice.
Primary goals of WAVE are:
•To establish a women’s group for exploring potential areas for research and learning in virtual worlds.
•To exchange ideas and experiences regarding virtual worlds – and to use our collected knowledge as a resource for other researchers including our PhD students.
 

Virtual World - survey - April 2013

I am Ikram Bououd, Ph.D. candidate in Information Systems at Telecom Business School in Paris. Under the supervision of Dr. Imed Boughzala, I am running my PhD research in the subject of collaboration and knowledge sharing in 3D virtual worlds.

 

As part of my research work we run a survey that would allow us to get a better understanding of workers’ behavior toward knowledge sharing and collaboration in the specific 3D virtual environment.

 

Would you volunteer to participate in our study, we greatly thank you for the time and effort allocated.

 

Our survey is accessible at:

http://s7.sphinxonline.net/tp-bououd/Survey-Collaboration/index.htm

 

  

Would you need any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me.

 

Best Regards,

 

Ikram Bououd

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Archive - about the founding meeting

 Since I do not know how to create an archive for this Ning, I will post the old announcementfor the founding meeting here. It was in 2010. WAVE Network to Meet at NTNU in Trondheim:Date: September…Continue

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Started by Judith Molka-Danielsen Apr 2, 2013.

 
 
 

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