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Blended learning with everyday technologies to activate students' collaborative learning

Mikko Vesisenaho, Teemu Valtonen, Jari Kukkonen, Sari Havu-Nuutinen, Anu Hartikainen, Sirpa Kärkkäinen
2010 Science Education International  
The paper also provides two concrete examples of how these possibilities have been put into practice in higher education, namely teacher education.  ...  It provides ideas for the use of mobile technologies and social software in teaching and learning.  ...  Tables II and III provide a more detailed insight into these two components related to students' opinions on using ICT and Wiki environment as tools for learning in this case study.  ... 
doaj:b197f54acd5642209be2c500a497591b fatcat:cwojfmun6rdnjh2uybrcx34ala

Learning to write together using groupware

Alex Mitchell, Ilona Posner, Ronald Baecker
1995 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '95  
Despite initially having little appreciation of what it means to write together, and no experience in synchronous collaborative writing, both groups produced nearly one dozen short collaboratively conceived  ...  This paper describes an ethnographic study of collaborative writing by two groups of 4 grade six students using synchronous collaborative writing software for one hour per week over a 12 week period.  ...  Ben Smith-Lea and Russell Owen provided essential technical support. Hiroshi Ishii, Sara Bly and our reviewers provided valuable comments.  ... 
doi:10.1145/223904.223941 dblp:conf/chi/MitchellPB95 fatcat:bmm3fhhivbeihktccinzao4v7i

Highlighting tools and technologies for collaborative learning

Carolyn P. Rosé, Nancy Law, Ulrike Cress, Sten Ludvigsen
2019 International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning  
Comput.-Support. Collab. Learn.  ...  Metacognitive group awareness support was presented in the form of confidence ratings on aspects of the learning tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-019-09297-z fatcat:4vmp2ckltneezcrjhnpx6hn73m

I Learn. You Learn. We Learn? An Experiment in Collaborative Concept Mapping

Claudia Picardi, Anna Goy, Daniele Gunetti, Giovanna Petrone, Marco Roberti, Walter Nuninger
2020 Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Computer Supported Education  
In this paper we present an experiment on digitally-supported collaborative Concept Maps focused on asynchronous and remote collaboration.  ...  We investigated the integration of multiple perspectives on the same topic, providing users with a tool allowing an individual perspective for each user plus a shared one for the group.  ...  However, the effectiveness of collaboration in learning relies also on the participants gaining awareness of their different perspectives.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0009321300150025 dblp:conf/csedu/PicardiGGPRN20 fatcat:pqakoxim3vhjfbgkj2u4stpc2q

Microlearning and computer-supported collaborative learning: An agenda towards a comprehensive online learning system

Soheila Garshasbi, Brian Yecies, Jun Shen
2021 STEM Education  
This has prompted us to investigate the complementary aspects of Computer-supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) as an interactive learning model, along with an embedded ML module in the design and development  ...  In addition, we delve into the theories and principles behind CSCL, the main elements in CSCL, identifying the issues and challenges to be faced in improving the efficacy of collaboration processes and  ...  Computer-supported collaborative learning involves two main elements, collaboration through the learning process and the technological support of computers in collaborative learning.  ... 
doi:10.3934/steme.2021016 fatcat:nwqhbtink5bgjbg2yfpiiuixg4

Knowledge negotiation in asynchronous learning networks

G. Stahl
2003 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003. Proceedings of the  
We review certain related work on negotiation support and develop a concept of "knowledge negotiation" that is appropriate for collaborative learning in ALNs used in school classrooms.  ...  We then describe an implementation of support for knowledge negotiation in an ALN that is currently being tested in European schools.  ...  insight into the phenomenon of computer-mediated knowledge negotiation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2003.1173632 dblp:conf/hicss/Stahl03 fatcat:iji436myvfbaxnljrmnumdcwta

The regulation of learning and co-creation of new knowledge in mobile learning

2019 Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal  
Mobile devices as learning tools enrich mobile computer supported collaborative learning (mCSCL).  ...  However, despite insightful empirical studies, there is no research into the actual processes of new knowledge creation in this context.  ...  Acknowledgements This research has not been supported by any funding agency or commission.  ... 
doi:10.34105/j.kmel.2019.11.024 fatcat:5bubl3na6bdgzh4hejcmfdnofi

Enhancing Learning with Visualization Techniques [chapter]

Joris Klerkx, Katrien Verbert, Erik Duval
2013 Handbook of Research on Educational Communications and Technology  
The use of visualization techniques in learning is not new. They have been used in maps and drawings for thousands of years.  ...  This chapter analyzes how more novel visualization techniques can be used to enhance various activities during the learning process: finding and understanding educational resources, collaboration with  ...  As a second example, there is a rich body of research on the use of social network analysis (SNA) visualizations to provide awareness of co-workers in Computer-Supported Collaborative Work or research  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-3185-5_64 fatcat:zx45tldjmbeundyw54zdnjirha

What interdependence can tell us about collaborative learning: a statistical and psychological perspective

Lenka Schnaubert, Daniel Bodemer
2018 Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning  
The study examined how providing metacognitive group awareness information during collaboration affects individual learning outcomes.  ...  When learning collaboratively, learners interact and communicate transactively.  ...  Interdependence as a treatment effect: An example from group awareness research. In J. Kay and R.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41039-018-0084-x pmid:30595744 pmcid:PMC6294217 fatcat:fesa4bjslrdyzn5qhptfnfh6cy

Influence of Feedback on Distributed Problem Based Learning [chapter]

Jörg Zumbach, Peter Reimann
2003 Designing for Change in Networked Learning Environments  
An automated feedback mechanism has been used to enhance interaction and group well-being during computer supported collaborative learning.  ...  A second feedback mechanism has been applied by aggregating learners' problem solving discourse into a meta-document.  ...  INTRODUCTION Research concerning issues on how to enhance computer supported collaborative learning is rapidly growing.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-017-0195-2_28 dblp:conf/cscl/Zumbach003 fatcat:3e5zk74oqzazrdnb6bolsmj2ee

Toward a Learning Technologies knowledge network

Roy D. Pea, Robert Tinker, Marcia Linn, Barbara Means, John Bransford, Jeremy Roschelle, Sherry Hsi, Sean Brophy, Nancy Songer
1999 Educational technology research and development  
The authors thankfully acknowledge Donna Baranski-Walker for her many contributions to developing the CILT Industrial Alliance Program while serving as its Director in 1998.  ...  in which students become aware of their own process of constructing knowledge.  ...  New knowledge provided by cognitive, social, and learning scientists, computer scientists, and subject-matter specialists studying learning has generated advances in our understanding of learning (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02299463 fatcat:rdadfo5nune2ddyn3nfb6rbbui

Lifelong Learning and Collaboration of Smart Technical Systems in Open-Ended Environments -- Opportunistic Collaborative Interactive Learning

Gernot Bahle, Adrian Calma, Jan Marco Leimeister, Paul Lukowicz, Sarah Oeste-Reiss, Tobias Reitmaier, Albrecht Schmidt, Bernhard Sick, Gerd Stumme, Katharina Anna Zweig
2016 2016 IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing (ICAC)  
O-CIL will enable a "lifelong" or "neverending" learning of such systems in open-ended (i.e., time-variant) environments, based on active behavior and collaboration of such systems.  ...  But, it will be more and more complicated or even impossible to provide those data at design-time of that system. As a consequence, these systems have to learn at run-time.  ...  Amongst other mechanisms (e.g., context-or self-awareness), these learning mechanisms will include appropriate active learning techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icac.2016.36 dblp:conf/icac/BahleCLLOR0SSZ16 fatcat:li6g7simqvbypfomb5db6iielm

Learn-CIAM: A Model-Driven Approach for the Development of Collaborative Learning Tools

Yoel Arroyo, Ana I. Molina, Miguel A. Redondo, Jesús Gallardo
2021 Applied Sciences  
activities (in particular, for in-group editing, searching and modeling).  ...  This paper introduces Learn-CIAM, a new model-based methodological approach for the design of flows and for the semi-automatic generation of tools in order to support collaborative learning tasks.  ...  Moreover, the authors of this paper would like to thank the experts who participated in the Learn-CIAT experience for their collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11062554 fatcat:av4lmdvw6vgrrounxcqqkkqv5e

Networked Learning [chapter]

2014 Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining  
We would also like to thank Erica McAteer and Andy Tolmie for participating in discussions about the key ideas for this work, and the anonymous reviewers who provided incisive and detailed criticism of  ...  the arguments presented in this paper.  ...  Hara, Bonk & Angeli SNA provides interesting insights into the mechanisms by which these participants are engaged with their collaborative group work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-6170-8_100023 fatcat:qvxzzpwfirgpnenux6v5now7pm

Collaborative E-Learning: Towards Designing an Innovative Architecture for an Educational Virtual Environment [chapter]

Michael K.
2012 Methodologies, Tools and New Developments for E-Learning  
Web-based collaborative environments are a special category of e-learning tools which support a group of learners in achieving a common learning goal.  ...  E-learning is essentially the computer and network-enabled transfer of skills and knowledge.  ...  serving traditional learning models-rather than an environment giving clear insights into the innovative knowledge generation and articulation.  ... 
doi:10.5772/31604 fatcat:wos4ik67yrdh3mfdx27rnyrf74
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