Constructing a 3D Collaborative Virtual Environment for Creativity Support
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Fominykh, M., Prasolova-Førland, E. & Divitini, M. (2011). Constructing a 3D Collaborative Virtual Environment for Creativity Support. In Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2011 (pp. 1919-1928). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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In this paper, we focus on creativity support for learning in 3D collaborative virtual environments. We propose a set of requirements and a design for a 3D virtual working environment that supports creative collaboration among university students. This 3D working space is to be used in the university course “Designing e-learning” for developing creative solutions for informal and formal learning in virtual places and involving students from different European countries and partner organizations participating in the EU CoCreat project. The main goal of the project is to develop and evaluate collaborative spaces for learners of different ages in order to promote creative collaboration and to explore new and innovative learning models.
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