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Wilmot, Natalie; Rushton, Diane; Zandona Hofmann, Anelise Seleme (2016)
Publisher: Routledge
Languages: English
Types: Article
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ACM Ref: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION
Business schools have the responsibility of preparing students for work in multicultural organizations and global markets. This paper examines a situated learning experience for undergraduates through a virtual collaboration between a UK university and a Brazilian university. This facilitated remote communication using social media and smart devices, allowing students from both institutions to enhance their cross-cultural management competencies.\ud \ud A qualitative approach was used for the research, drawing on the reflections of the tutors from both institutions, and feedback received from students in the UK and Brazil.\ud \ud This paper provides empirical observations regarding the use of this innovative pedagogic approach, generating discussion of the implications for teaching, thus contributing to the literature on international collaborations in cross-cultural management education.
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