The author, a professor at Western [North] Carolina University, has integrated technology into a course for teaching graduate students about intercultural communications. Many of his students are or will become educators, as North Carolina requires that education degree-holders and licensed teachers demonstrate technological proficiency through coursework and a technology portfolio.

The course began with three main goals for students:

  • Develop competence in intercultural communication;
  • Develop a relationship with someone from a non-U.S. culture via e-pal web sites; and
  • Develop an intercultural communication web site and present this information, using PowerPoint,

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