Growing Large-scale Collaborative Organisms: Implementing an Open Source Collaborative Network in a Multi-disciplinary Creative Arts Institution
This paper represents an analysis of the implementation of an online collaborative network for the purposes of expanding social networking and collaborative opportunities across a multi-disciplinary arts institution.
||Collaboration, Large-scale Collaboration, Internet Collaboration, Technology in Education, TWiki, Open Source Software
International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp.135-148.
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Mark Elliott is currently completing a PhD at the Centre for Ideas, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, Australia, researching and developing large-scale collaborative systems and methods. As part of his PhD, he has recently designed, created and implemented an online collaborative network designed to facilitate and augment the collaborative opportunities of the 200 + students enrolled the Centre’s third year course, Collaborative Contract. Mark is also one of the project creators, a coordinator and site designer for the Australian Bill of Rights Initiative in partnership with the Center for Ideas and the Castan Center for Human Rights Law. He has acted as a moderator in UNESCO’s global art education program, Young Digital Creators, and also teaches a number of tertiary and secondary school subjects in institutions around Melbourne.
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