A collaborative learning platform to support the One World, One Technology project.

Arunima Chaudhary


Supervised by Catherine Teehan; Moderated by Fernando Loizides

One World, One Technology is an international cultural exchange project where primary school pupils from Wales and India collaborate to create technical solutions on environmental crisis around the world. They communicate on a digital platform that allows them to share and upload their work, engage with the students from the other country and interact with the admins to learn about new technical tools. The aim of this dissertation will be to develop a collaborative learning platform that allows efficient communication, assessment and sharing of work. It will also include the distinctive features the teachers (admins) and the students will have as a member of the platform.

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