Intercultural competence in global collaboration courses in computer engineering.
Bernald, Helena; Cajander, Asa; Daniels, Mats; Kultur, Can; Lofstrom, Anette; McDermott, Roger; Russell-Dag, Lori
Dr Roger McDermott firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic Strategic Lead
Dylan D. Schmorrow
Denise M. Nicholson
With the rapid and ever expanding globalization of the workforce, international collaborations are becoming part of everyday life for people of many professions. Intercultural competence has therefore become one of the central professional competencies needed for students in higher education, in order to equip them for their individual careers as well as contribute to a prospering society as a whole. We will start by discussing some definitions of intercultural competence and then describe two annual international collaboration projects between students from the US, Sweden and Turkey. We will present how intercultural competence is addressed through the introduction of an external lecturer and the use of reflections and discuss the outcomes of this approach in relation to the definition of intercultural competence.
BERNALD, H., CAJANDER, A., DANIELS, M., KULTUR, C., LOFSTROM, A., MCDERMOTT, R. and RUSSELL-DAG, L. 2012. Intercultural competence in global collaboration courses in computer engineering. In Schmorrow, D.D. and Nicholson, D.M. (eds.) Advances in design for cross-cultural activies: Part I. Boca Raton: CRC Press [online], chapter 35, pages 351-361. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1201/b12316-42
|Online Publication Date||Jul 6, 2012|
|Publication Date||Jul 13, 2012|
|Deposit Date||Mar 9, 2017|
|Publicly Available Date||Mar 9, 2017|
|Series Title||Advances in human factors and ergonomics series|
|Book Title||Advances in design for cross-cultural activies: Part I|
|Chapter Number||Part 2, chapter 35|
|Keywords||Intercultural competence; Open ended group projects; Global collaboration|
BERNALD 2012 Intercultural Competence in Global Collaboration
Publisher Licence URL
You might also like
Influencing student academic integrity choices using ethics scenarios.
Phronesis: deliberative judgement as a key competence in the post-Covid educational environment.
Context, competency and authenticity in STEM education.
Why don't you tell me what I need to know? Self-flipped classroom and students' personal epistemology.
When is quality assurance a constructive force in engineering education?