|| PHD HOMEPAGE | INTERCULTURAL | MULTILITERACIES | GENRE & DISCOURSE | ADULT LEARNING| CONTEXTS ||
|CULTURAL DIFFERENCES (AND DIMENSIONS)
Geert Hofstede’s home page.
Griffith University: some lectures in intercultural communication.
Culture at work: communicating across cultures.
East-West Cultural Differences in Basic Life Stance, Japanese Institute of Global Communications. Steve McCarty (2003)
The Peace Corp “Culture Matters Workbook” for schools.
The applicability of western management techniques in developing countries: a cultural perspective, Alfred M. Jaeger - McGill University.
EDUCATION AND RESEARCH ORGANIZATIONS
SIETAR: Society for Intercultural Education Training and Research
The Delta Intercultural Academy
Carnegie Corporation of New York: Education for international understanding and global competence.
Copenhagen Business School, Department of Intercultural Communication and Management .
The Intercultural Communication Institute.
International Communication Association: The Intercultural/ Development Communication Division
IALIC International Association for Languages and Intercultural Communication
ONLINE TEACHING & LEARNING
Australian Flexible Learning Quick Guide series. Cross-cultural issues in content development and teaching online.
Cultural adaptation: necessity for Global eLearning. Article in Linezine by Patrick Dunn and Alessandra Marinetti.
Why adapt e-learning to different cultures:blogg by Patrick Dunn.
Does one size fit all? Exploring asynchronous learning in a multicultural environment Ken Mores, JALN
Intercultural challenges in networked learning: hard technologies met soft skills by Mackie Chase, Leah Macfadyen, Kenneth Reeder and Jörg Roche, First Monday.
Opportunity and E-Quality. Intercultural and Linguistic Issues in Global Online Learning, Robin Goodfellow, Mary Lea, Francisco Gonzalez, Robin Mason, Institute of Educational Technology, Open University. DRAFT VERSION of paper published in Distance Education Vol22, No.2
Electronic literacies: Language, culture, and power in online education. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Introduction: Surveying the Terrain of Literacy Warschauer, M. (1999).
Cross-Cultural Comparisons of Online Collaboration, Kyong-Jee Kim and Curtis J. Bonk Journal of Computer Mediated Communication (JCMC)8(1)October 2002,Indiana University.
"Wired international teams: Experiments in Strategic decision making by multi-cultural virtual teams”, Hofstede, Gert Jan, Arno Vermunt, Martin Smits and Niels Noorderhaven (1997).
Cultural Dimensions and Global Web User-Interface Design: What? So What? Now What? Aaron Marcus & Emilie W. Gould.
New methods for studying global virtual teams: towards a multi-faceted approach, Steinfield, C. et al (Michegan State University).
Communication and Trust in Global Virtual Teams, Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa, Graduate School of Business, The University of Texas at Austin and Dorothy E. Leidner.INSEAD.
The Sociology of Culture in Computer-Mediated Communication: An Initial Exploration, by Elizabeth Lane Lawley.
EdTech and Digital Divide. A Multicultural Model for Evaluating Educational Web Sites, by Paul Gorski.
Human Computer Interaction Resources.
Hightext: an intercultural look at communication technologies and social software.
Links to global literacies on Bev Trayner’s blog.
Reading Into Writing. Contrastive Rhetoric Robert B. Kaplan.
Beyond Language: Cultural Predispositions in Business Correspondence, Charles P. Campbell, New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology.
WHAT IS CULTURE?
Washington State University: what is culture?
|Beverly Trayner, PhD reflections.
Last updated: 21st April, 2004