Friendship and Relationships in Virtual and Intercultural Learning Groups
This paper reports on a qualitative research study about the perceptions of university students who collaborated in a virtual and international project to learn about intercultural communication. The findings indicate that participants capitalised on the opportunity the project presented to find friends and develop relationships and that the social interaction also characterised and influenced the learning experience itself and had implications for engagement. The paper concludes that the...[Show more]
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