The Virtual Grand Tour as Educational Paradigm

Per Skafte Hansen, Lars Mouritsen, Ivan Gibson (Editor)

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    Abstract

    The Virtual Grand Tour as defined here bears some resemblance to its 18th century ancestor: a wide range of individual topics are treated as a whole; a tutor, whether real or simulated, present or remote, is provided; a set of problem solving tools forms an integrated part of the "traveller's" equipment; and exploration is encouraged.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe Impact of ICT on the Curriculum, SEFI, 60 Rue de la Concorde, 1050 Brussels, Belgium
    Publication date2001
    Pages174-186
    Publication statusPublished - 2001

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    Hansen, P. S., Mouritsen, L., & Gibson, I. (Ed.) (2001). The Virtual Grand Tour as Educational Paradigm. In The Impact of ICT on the Curriculum, SEFI, 60 Rue de la Concorde, 1050 Brussels, Belgium (pp. 174-186) http://www.eduit.dtu.dk/galwaypaper.htm