The DIDET Project

Digital Libraries for Global Distributed Innovative Design, Education and Teamwork

The DIDET Project (2003-2008) was led by the University of Strathclyde, Stanford University and Olin College to enhance learning opportunities by enabling students to participate in global team-based design engineering projects that give them experience of working within multi-cultural contexts and enable them to develop global design team working skills. The project has disseminated widely on the classroom model and wiki-based system (learning environment and digital library) developed to transform the education process for Design Engineering. The Evaluation section of our website gives details of methodologies and key findings relating to the work of the DIDET Project.

The project concluded in 2008 to high acclaim, please see the 'About' Section for more details about the project, its achievements, the project framework and links to the Final Report with conclusions and recommendations relating to the project.

Please use the website links or contact us for further information.


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