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Communicating across the Atlantic: US and British students discuss criminal justice issues

By Helen Jones, Julie Kunselman, Kathy Johnson and Maria Wowk


An e-communication initiative was developed between criminologists in Manchester Metropolitan University in Britain and the University of West Florida in the USA. This paper discusses this e-communication project, locating it within wider economic and political imperatives and examining the project conceptualization, its design and realization.

Topics: E-learning, Pedagogy, Communication, ICT, Email, International, Innovation
Publisher: International Association for Computer Information Systems
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:www.e-space.mmu.ac.uk:2173/4110

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