Learning to Collaborate (L2C)
Development of Simulation Games for educational purposes.
Start date: 2006
End date: 2008
Research Program: FP7
The project built on interdisciplinary scientific/academic models and best/worst practices and experiences to identify the factors inhibiting effective collaboration (Collaboration Traps & Challenges), and the interventions required to reduce these risks (Collaboration Management Competencies). After integration, this know-how led to the development of:
- An innovative framework (Advanced Collaboration Dynamics and Technologies - ACDT Framework) addressing the effective development of collaboration competencies.
- A set of widely deployable, advanced, interactive and experiential technology-enhanced solutions (ACDT Simulation Games) guaranteeing the effective understanding and internalisation of (1) cognitive, motivational and attitudinal factors, (2) complexity of knowledge integration processes and distributed, ICT-supported teamwork, and (3) management competencies determining the success or failure of collaboration dynamics in diverse and distributed contexts.
- INSEAD-Centre for Advanced Learning Technologies - CALT (France)
- Università Cattolica (Italy)
- University of Armed Forces (Germany)
- Austrian Research Instititute for Artificial Intelligence (OFAI) (Austria)
- OPEN University (UK)
- St Gallen University - (SCIL) (Switzerland)
- FIAT - Isvor (Italy)
- UniCredit (Italy)
- MeTis (Greece)
- FVA (Italy)
- Alpha Labs (France)
- Strathclyde University (UK)