Cooperative learning and teaching

Use technology to bring actors together in a new cooperative model

  • No separation of researchers and students (both have access to same humanities resources and methods).
  • No separation of student location from rest of society (open and situated learning, participation of archives, libraries and museums).
  • The teacher is not the sole source of information (there's a lot on the Internet), but acts as a facilitator.
  • In virtual teaching and learning societies there are no boundaries, but support for cooperative models is still badly needed.