Call for Collaborations: Timeline Travel

Call for Collaborations: Timeline Travel

Timeline Travel: An Alternative Tool for Architectural History Learning and Teaching is a recently completed EU project funded under the framework of 2017 Erasmus+ KA203 Strategic Partnerships.
Dr. Muzaffer Özgüleş, coordinator of the project, is seeking for collaborators to expand the offer of contributions to timelinetravel.net, the interactive database of architectural history and an e-learning platform.
As editor of Timeline Travel, you will have the possibility to make changes on the platform, i.e. add and approve new content related with your field of expertise to make it publicly available after revising them. Moreover, you will be able to create/make revisions on new timelines (e.g. Gothic Architecture Timeline) or new lecture series (e.g. Contemporary European Architecture) on the e-learning platform.
If interested, please get in contact with Muzaffer Özgüleş at timelinetravelproject@gmail.com and you will receive more information on how to use the editor functionalities of Timeline Travel.
For more information about the project and the team, you may visit the project website: http://timelinetravelproject.gantep.edu.tr/
You can find the extended call for collaborations here.

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