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The core features of CSCL: Social situation, collaborative knowledge processes and their design

Ulrike Cress, Gerry Stahl, Sten Ludvigsen, Nancy Law
2015 International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning  
, the type of learning that takes place in collaborative groups and the design of collaborative learning processes.  ...  The four articles presented in this issue cover a broad spectrum of topics: the hierarchy of learners, different forms of awareness, group composition and classroom orchestration.  ...  Fixed and opportunistic grouping The study by Tuya Siqin, Jan van Aalst and Samuel Kai Wah Chu about the effect of fixed group vs. opportunistic collaboration tries to answer the kinds of questions raised  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-015-9214-2 fatcat:77bi7oqfczdgzdtw3wszvebf7q

Seven Affordances of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: How to Support Collaborative Learning? How Can Technologies Help?

Heisawn Jeong, Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver
2016 Educational Psychologist  
6) monitor and regulate collaborative learning, and (7) find and build groups and communities.  ...  We elaborate our framework using in-depth explorations of how technologies are actually used to support collaborative learning in CSCL research and identify representative design strategies and technology  ...  In knowledge building communities, however, collaboration often extends beyond fixed small groups as students collaborate across groups or take advantage of opportunistic collaborations with members of  ... 
doi:10.1080/00461520.2016.1158654 fatcat:dpowe5bvinb3royvep2emimvre

Digital Learning Technologies in Processes of Innovation and Democratic Change? – Reflections and Questions

Elsebeth Wejse Korsgaard Sorensen
2019 EDEN Conference Proceedings  
In particular, when it comes to innovation with digital technologies within processes of collaboration and dialogue.  ...  Regardless of attitudes towards technology in general, the arguments have been strong for preparing learners for a future in a society permeated with digital technologies.  ...  Throughout the years, CSCL has also been widely known for struggling with some more "traditional" problems (Stahl, 2006) : • Group formation: How do we form groups in pedagogically sound ways?  ... 
doi:10.38069/edenconf-2019-ac-0018 fatcat:gciwijbzqzeqpn6qpbyc3cz5ma

AWISPA: An Awareness Framework for Collaborative Spontaneous Networks

Victor Zarate Silva, Edgar De La Cruz Salgado, Fernando Quintana
2006 Proceedings. Frontiers in Education. 36th Annual Conference  
A spontaneous network is created when a group of students come together and uses wireless computing devices in order to carry-out a collaborative activity.  ...  In this work we study and analyze the awareness in collaborative learning environments based on wireless spontaneous networks.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank all publications support and staff who wrote and provided helpful comments on previous versions of this document.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fie.2006.322419 fatcat:fusd6lei5zdrndamldn777ejya

Learning about Collaborative Knowledge Building: A Case of Future School in Singapore

Hyo-Jeong So, Xujuan Zhang, Esther Tan
2016 Korean Association For Learner-Centered Curriculum And Instruction  
The students participated in the CKB workshop that was designed with the material and structural conditions (i.e., idea cards, knowledge wall, opportunistic grouping, reflective presentation) coupled with  ...  The findings reveal that the students showed overall positive perception about collaborative learning experiences in the workshop and the indicators of knowledge building discourse moves in the group discussion  ...  Zhang et al. (2009) found that opportunistic collaboration, when compared with fixed-group and interacting group collaboration, could give rise to "more pervasive, flexible, distributed collaborations  ... 
doi:10.22251/jlcci.2016.16.10.565 fatcat:jvcz62lkarb2hoi3mqp3ojmlcu

Educational Perspectives on Digital Communications Technologies

Clare Brett
2009 E-Learning and Digital Media  
The article describes challenges to design along the dimensions of public/private and individual/collaborative and uses data from a series of project research studies to illustrate the nature of these  ...  Her current research examines teaching and learning in online and distance contexts, the social and cultural implications of technology use and the affordances of online environments for learning.  ...  and how these differ from Computer Supported Cooperative Learning (CSCL) environments broadly.  ... 
doi:10.2304/elea.2009.6.3.281 fatcat:ab43bc7nt5eppkaorhro23ddqe

A Generic Pattern-based Design for Distributed Collaborative Editors

Asma Cherif
2020 TEM Journal  
With the advent of information sharing technologies, users can share and collaborate in performing common tasks through the use of distributed collaborative applications.  ...  Specifically, Distributed Collaborative Editors (DCE) are more and more used in many fields including healthcare, education, software engineering, military, etc.  ...  Indeed, if an opportunistic network is used in the last layer, shared documents can be carried by nodes that are not members of the collaborating group.  ... 
doi:10.18421/tem92-28 fatcat:7bc4s4pmivhltbrar6ilzg2gs4

Designing Creative Pedagogies Through the Use of ICT in Secondary Education

Eva P. Brooks, Nanna Borum, Torben Rosenørn
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Results from focus group interviews and future workshop inspired activities with more than 100 students from a secondary school were analysed and developed into concept sketches.  ...  Information and communication technology and creativity are important aspects of learning, yet they are not used to their fullest potential in educational practices.  ...  Acknowledgements Students and teachers at Mercantec Viborg, Denmark are acknowledged for their contributions to this study. A special thank you is directed to the DigiTeam and Steen Grønbaek.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.01.1137 fatcat:xngzt6jqd5gg3oydghsjlq76eq

Operationalizing macro-scripts in CSCL technological settings

Pierre Tchounikine
2008 International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning  
In order to address this issue, it is necessary to provide a general picture of the relations between CSCL macro-scripts and technological settings and how these are thought of, as a conceptual means for  ...  with, i.e. the precise description of the tasks, groups, constraints to be respected, and technological setting to be used.  ...  More generally, this research benefited from the work realized in the groups focusing on CSCL of Kaleidoscope (, a European Research Network of Excellence focusing on Technology  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-008-9039-3 fatcat:etpetmlr45ew3jnjc765ss6nc4

Asymmetric collaboration in virtual reality

Lui Albæk Thomsen, Niels Christian Nilsson, Rolf Nordahl, Boris Lohmann
2019 Læring og Medier  
The purpose of the narrative literature review is to gain a greater understanding of how asymmetric game mechanics has influence on communication and collaboration between learners.  ...  Since VR is still under development in terms of hardware and software, it is important that the current and future technical possibilities are described in a conceptual manner, as well as conclude on optimal  ...  in establishing a collaborative environment.  ... 
doi:10.7146/lom.v12i20.109391 fatcat:t5t3bew5ovcblepkzvow7vayly

Bringing maker practices to school: tracing discursive and materially mediated aspects of student teams' collaborative making processes

Sini Riikonen, Pirita Seitamaa-Hakkarainen, Kai Hakkarainen
2020 International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning  
mediated making processes and zoomed in on the teams' efforts to organize their collaborative processes.  ...  As a part of regular school work, the seventh-grade students were engaged in the use of traditional and digital fabrication technologies for inventing, designing, and making artifacts.  ...  While many traditional CSCL environments provide built-in analytic instruments and methods, maker-centered learning involves opportunistic utilization of diverse traditional and digital tools and resources  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-020-09330-6 fatcat:s2645yz5pfeq3ljyodlsnpnks4

Towards an idea-centered, principle-based design approach to support learning as knowledge creation

Huang-Yao Hong, Florence R. Sullivan
2009 Educational technology research and development  
Computer-supported collaborative learning: foundations for a CSCL community 2002; Rev Educ Res 74:557- 576 2004) , an important question remains to be answered-what represents an effective instructional  ...  The rationale in support of this argument is discussed from four different theoretical perspectives and an idea-centered, principle-based design approach as an example is proposed for discussion.  ...  Acknowledgments The preparation of this paper was supported in part by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Grant 512-2002-1016.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11423-009-9122-0 fatcat:k3pzgoxfpza5zgbbofdpsyztrq

Exploring the effect of three scaffoldings on the collaborative problem-solving processes in China's higher education

Fan Ouyang, Zixuan Chen, Mengting Cheng, Zifan Tang, Chien-Yuan Su
2021 International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education  
AbstractCollaborative problem-solving (CPS) engages students in solving ill-structured problems, creating group knowledge, and developing self-regulation and collaboration skills.  ...  In this research, we use minimally-guided, task-oriented, and idea-oriented scaffoldings to promote Chinese university students' online CPS activities and use a multi-method approach to analyze the effects  ...  Acknowledgements We appreciate the participants' engagement in this research. We acknowledge the data collection and preliminary analysis work from Xu Li, Dan Sun, and Jiawen Zhou.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41239-021-00273-y pmid:34778530 pmcid:PMC8277427 fatcat:6ff4wge2k5bv5ei6vtrxbfgalq

The educational landscape of the digital age: Communication practices pushing (us) forward

Janaina De Oliveira, Danah Henriksen, Linda Castañeda, Marta Marimon, Elena Barberà, Carles Monereo, César Coll, Jabari Mahiri, Punya Mishra
2015 Revista de Universidad y Sociedad del Conocimiento  
Educational strategies that promote collaborative learning in environments mediated by technology (CSCL) are necessary. At the third level of solidarity we find the community.  ...  She is a member of the EMA (Environments and Materials for Learning) consolidated research group, and collaborates with the GRAC (Learning and Communication) research group on teaching and learning with  ... 
doi:10.7238/rusc.v12i2.2440 fatcat:p5s46ytayfagnlaugpe2zyxima

Embedded phenomena

Tom Moher
2006 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human Factors in computing systems - CHI '06  
phenomena within the context of human-computer interaction research in co-located group interfaces and learning technologies.  ...  Embedded phenomena' is a learning technology framework in which simulated scientific phenomena are mapped onto the physical space of classrooms.  ...  Syeda Hussain, Michael Barron, and Mark Thompson were responsible for the implementation of the example phenomena and their deployment in classrooms, and Barron for the conception of RoomBugs.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1124772.1124875 dblp:conf/chi/Moher06 fatcat:wsukr3yrr5av3medokkpmflvwy
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