digital technologies - the Internet, the World Wide Web and desktop video
- students will produce a CD-ROM based on the science, technology and cultural
aspects of the bicycle. Individual projects could range from a bicycle
designed for the handicapped to investigating the safety of different designs
of bike helmets to developing an understanding of the way bikes are used
in different localities. Each student will spend three months abroad during
the project. They will work with fellow team members studying and testing
bicycle design or other projects, including the cultural aspects of bicycles.
|Austria||University of Vienna|
|Finland||University of Jyvaskylla|
|Germany||Christian-Albrechts University in Kiel|
|Greece||University of Athens|
|The Netherlands||University of Amsterdam|
For more information contact Dean Zollman email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
is funded by European Commission & U. S. Department of Education Joint
Consortium for Cooperation in Higher Education.