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Page 1382 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 88, Issue 4 [page]

2001 Psychological Abstracts  
It is shown how cooperative behavior, illustrated by the analysis of this dialogue corpus and formalized by an underlying theory of cooperation, is interpreted and produced in the presented model.  ...  This model rests on a theory of collaborative discourse, and allows for cooperative human—machine communication in written dialogues.  ... 

A Framework System for Intelligent Support in Open Distributed Learning Environments—a Look Back from 16 Years Later

H. Ulrich Hoppe
2015 International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education  
The approach was exemplified with several applications in the areas of mathematics and general problems solving.  ...  The hope was to extrapolate AIED systems and approaches in such a way as to "permeate" and enrich interactive and cooperative Int J Artif Intell Educ (2016) 26:504-511  ...  This paper deals with the application of dialogue modeling and analysis to collaborative learning environments (CLEs).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40593-015-0058-8 fatcat:whb4vdcimbfnznq5yxa5dnktle

Ethics and the Improvising Business

Mark Laver, Ajay Heble, Tina Piper
2014 Critical Studies in Improvisation  
, creativity, and surprise.  ...  The improvised framework demands that musicians collectively and spontaneously negotiate a set of external challenges-possibly including a harmonic progression, a texture, a tempo, a groove, or the expectations  ...  reviews editor Rob Wallace; and Wayne Johnston and his staff at the University of Guelph Library for their ongoing support.  ... 
doi:10.21083/csieci.v9i1.2946 fatcat:7cudwpj7lbf3tespgxqs4bjpai

The Evolution of Research on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning [chapter]

Pierre Dillenbourg, Sanna Järvelä, Frank Fischer
2009 Technology-Enhanced Learning  
However, these variables interacted with one another in a way that made it almost impossible to establish causal links between the conditions and the effects of collaboration.  ...  Researchers controlled several independent variables (size of the group, composition of the group, nature of the task, communication media, and so on).  ...  This is somewhat surprising since the issue of regulation, which is central to the socio-cultural theory, is also a major issue in DAI.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-9827-7_1 fatcat:xda5xdxcmrashgldsvnzgudo3m

Cooperation and competition in argumentative exchanges [chapter]

Erik C. W. Krabbe
2009 Rhetoric and argumentation in the beginning of the XXIst century: proceedings of the XXIst century  
but also cooperative and dialectic can be not only cooperative but also competitive, the issue of whether to go for competition or for cooperation is not to be construed as an issue about rhetoric versus  ...  In Plato's Protagoras (334c-338e) the issue of competitiveness versus cooperativeness appears as the underlying motive for negotiations about the rules of discussion among the discussants themselves (Socrates  ... 
doi:10.14195/978-989-26-0498-5_6 fatcat:ycbbcole7feilg64hsxgzrohna

Using cost benefit analysis as a learning process: identifying interventions for improving communication and trust

Els Beukers, Luca Bertolini, Marco Te Brömmelstroet
2014 Transport Policy  
Using cost benefit analysis as a learning process: identifying interventions for improving communication and trust Beukers, E.; Bertolini, L.; te Brömmelstroet, M.  ...  This, for example, could help to crystallize the underlying problem analysis of the plan at stake: What is the actual problem (or opportunity) and how does the plan resolve (or fulfill) this?  ...  Collaborative dialogue Innes and Booher (2003) shared insights for many communication and (to some extent) trust building lessons that can achieve a collaborative dialogue.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tranpol.2013.12.002 fatcat:5u7omwz325ac5cwnh7mrnmkvam

Co-creation with Companies: A Means to Enhance Societal Impact of University Researchers? [chapter]

Kirsi Pulkkinen, Antti Hautamäki
2019 The Responsible University  
The market logic has dominated discussions on the development of universities and their role in society, and largely ignored that the positive economic impact of universities are based on long-standing  ...  Yet, rather than focusing on the variety of possibilities universities could offer, the discussions have centered on the regional and economic impacts (Trencher et al. 2014) .  ...  Maarit Haataja on the role of cocreation in university context and Dr. Leena Ripatti-Torniainen on the possibilities of co-creation in developing university pedagogics.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-25646-3_6 fatcat:7uqom7woergmfko6qgzosyrdqe

Dialogue and deliberation as expressions of democratic leadership in participatory organizational change

Joseph A. Raelin
2012 Journal of Organizational Change Management  
Their mode of communication is a dialogue or deliberation that involves the responsible parties to decision making without privileging particular stakeholders because of their status or authority.  ...  Thus, it is purported, secondly, that the three practice elements of democratic leadership, dialogue, and deliberation should be included among the bedrock principles of participatory organizational change  ...  By demonstrating a passionate humility in the face of surprise and contradiction, dialogue institutionalizes the practice of doubt (Carroll and Levy, 2009; Schön, 1983; Yanow, 2009) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/09534811211199574 fatcat:gwblotok5rdtdoonahqd5s4qga

On the Internationalization of Higher Education Institutions in China

Jun Liu, Zhongxin Dai
2012 Higher Education Studies  
Internationalization of a university involves the internationalization of the curriculum, the administration and management, collaborative academic research, and exchange of students and staff.  ...  The value of the existence of a university is that it provides a curriculum that satisfies the need of the society or community and the needs of people pursuing post-secondary education and development  ...  Three areas of exchange and cooperation are identified: academic research, collaborative education and exchange of teachers and students.  ... 
doi:10.5539/hes.v2n1p60 fatcat:jdjw4foqsvdrrprnp7evgged4q

Cooperation, dialogue and ethics

2000 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
We point out the central role of ethics and trust in cooperation, and contrast the result with popular AI accounts of collaboration.  ...  This paper describes some of the basic cooperative mechanisms of dialogue.  ...  COOPERATION, DIALOGUE AND ETHICS Coordination, collaboration and cooperation We would now like to use what has been said to brie#y discuss the relation between the terms cooperation, collaboration and  ... 
doi:10.1006/ijhc.2000.0425 fatcat:vyxcdhgljfbe3jhhylr6twj3mi

Active-Constructive-Interactive: A Conceptual Framework for Differentiating Learning Activities

Michelene T. H. Chi
2009 Topics in Cognitive Science  
Thus, a framework is provided here that offers a way to differentiate active, constructive, and interactive in terms of observable overt activities and underlying learning processes.  ...  However, the literature is actually not explicit about how these terms can be defined; whether they are distinct; and whether they refer to overt manifestations, learning processes, or learning outcomes  ...  The author is also grateful for the help provided by Marguerite Roy in searching for relevant studies, for the help of Robert Hausmann in finding appropriate dialogue protocols from the data collected  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1756-8765.2008.01005.x pmid:25164801 fatcat:bvc4cqt3xrf5zctjbpq4hodgma

Extending Distributed GIS to Support Geo-Collaborative Crisis Management

Guoray Cai
2005 Annals of GIS  
Towards the goal of making GIS "collaboration-friendly," this paper explores the potentials of extending distributed GIS with groupware and intelligent communication agents to support geo-collaborative  ...  Collaboration requires representation and reasoning on a team mental model, which must be constructed from dialogue contexts and shared knowledge.  ...  The author acknowledges contributions from many other members of the team, mainly, Levent Bolelli, Hongmei Wang, Isaac Brewer, and Ingmar Rauschert.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10824000509480595 fatcat:5vr2l667gvc3nclgtewg5dnllm

Crossing boundaries for environmental science and management: combining interdisciplinary, interorganizational and international collaboration

2010 Environmental Conservation  
Challenges to collaboration become compounded when crossing multiple boundaries simultaneously, here illustrated using the case of three projects in the south-western Amazon.  ...  A literature review on interdisciplinarity, interorganizational networks and international cooperation highlights their justifying rationales and strategic practices.  ...  Environment Program, Cooperative Agreements RLA-A-00-06-00071-00 and 512-A-00-08-00003-00.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0376892910000810 fatcat:anaevlz72faond4v5wxznkmw4q

Collaborative Governance in Tourism: Empirical Insights into a Community-Oriented Destination

Bernhard Fabian Bichler, Magdalena Lösch
2019 Sustainability  
as face-to-face dialogue, trust-building, shared understanding, or supporting factors such as institutional setting or leadership.  ...  Recent tourism governance research has explored the role of multiple actors in governing destinations but has not comprehensively investigated the underlying collaborative governance (CG) processes such  ...  It was published with financial support from the Vice Rectorate for Research of the University of Innsbruck. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11236673 fatcat:pdxcbvpqhjcqxpljbntlj4xc6e

Intercultural collaborative lesson study between Japan and Germany

Nariakira Yoshida, Mitsuru Matsuda, Yuichi Miyamoto
2021 International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies  
Therefore, this study aims to introduce a case of intercultural collaborative lesson study projects between Hiroshima University and Leipzig University and to illustrate the issues in intercultural collaborative  ...  The description of the project is reconstructed and reduced into a linear storyline of procedure.FindingsThis study identifies three key issues: (1) sharing data and culture, (2) visualising methodology  ...  We shall take a few more minutes. okay, uh, blue or green, yes, likel want to know more about this person or this was a great experience or surprising events or something happened.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijlls-07-2020-0045 fatcat:ezysrkfdxfeubpmnq6cvpxycza
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