This is a technical paper describing the pedagogical and technological requirements for the Wondervision Project. It examines how digital technologies can be used to connect cultures in a way that is respectful and results in deeper understanding of culture. The Indigenous culture of Australia is the learning context, with the expectation that this work will build bridges towards reconciliation. The challenge of this work was to design rich, technology-driven learning experiences to enable all learners to better understand the culture of Aboriginal peoples through the Visual Arts. This paper reports on the resource development phase of the project with data collection to form the second phase in late 2014.
|2014 • Australia • cross-cultural • design • digital • indigenous aesthetics • research • technology|
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