In Kelm’s report, he discusses a case study of a group of students using social media as part of their blended classroom MBA group project in preparation for a two-week international trip that ends with a presentation of their project to the leaders of their group’s assigned international business. Basically, throughout this project, students were required to keep a blog of their progress and experiences, contribute photos of their cultural observations to the LESCANT database(a collaboration of students documenting and discussing cultural differences in an online community), and upload YouTube postings of their cultural observations for review and discussion. The class is very successful and collaborative, and students report really getting a lot out of it. In fact, the LESCANT database is still online and added to with every new group of students that participates, as are the YouTube clips. Previous classes even interact with the new classes, offering comments and advice!
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