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Editorial: A Message from the Editorial Team and an Introduction to the April-June 2017 issue

Peter Brusilovsky, Mike Sharples
2017 IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies  
An evaluation with 57 junior high school students compared an experimental group that used the system on tablet computers with a control group that were set a traditional learning approach using textbooks  ...  The mean exam scores for the two groups were not significantly different, but a comparison of those students who made high use of the system (in either condition) showed better performance for the Tutor  ...  The paper "An Architecture Combining IMS-LD and Web Services for Flexible Data-Transfer in CSCL" by Ioannis Magnisalis and Stavros Demetriadis is focused on architectural solutions for Computer-Supported  ... 
doi:10.1109/tlt.2017.2707198 fatcat:ddvb2qel4zfsbbhmcup3noikdm

Instant-messaging for improving literacy and communication skills in FLT: students' evaluation

Marta Garrote
2018 The EUROCALL Review  
By using a Mobile Instant Messaging (MIM) application, Remind, students were encouraged to communicate in groups and, thereby, supplement hours of practicing the foreign language outside the classroom,  ...  Likewise, the real and authentic purpose of communication enhanced motivation among students.</p>  ...  The main difference with F2F interactions is that turn adjacency is disrupted and overlapping is common due to the lack of real presence of the speakers, and the possibility that all of them are writing  ... 
doi:10.4995/eurocall.2018.10373 fatcat:oebtypzlivgzpcvhl7rhza7mua

Supporting active cognitive processing in collaborative groups: The potential of Bloom's taxonomy as a labeling tool

Martin Valcke, Bram De Wever, Chang Zhu, Craig Deed
2009 The Internet and higher education  
In CSCL settings, recent research of Rummel and Spada (2005) underpinned the value of scripts to foster the motivated engagement.  ...  There is no difference in relation to metacognitive messages that "ask for clarification".  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.iheduc.2009.08.003 fatcat:hfoct57cirbz3fndx54szwryfy

The role of scaffolding and motivation in CSCL

Bart Rienties, Bas Giesbers, Dirk Tempelaar, Simon Lygo-Baker, Mien Segers, Wim Gijselaers
2012 Computers & Education  
Furthermore, it was expected that the redesign would produce a more equal spread in contributions to discourse for learners with different motivational profiles.  ...  Recent findings from research into Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) have indicated that not all learners are able to successfully learn in online collaborative settings.  ...  CSCL settings.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2012.04.010 fatcat:4gxce2iswje3dayswah54i3tfe

The Impact of Role Assignment on Knowledge Construction in Asynchronous Discussion Groups

Tammy Schellens, Hilde Van Keer, Martin Valcke
2005 Small Group Research  
As to the effect of role assignment, no significant overall difference in students' mean levels of knowledge construction between the role and no role condition was observed.  ...  However additional analyses revealed that (a) the distribution patterns of the levels of knowledge construction differed as students in the role condition more often reached the highest level, and (b)  ...  A second substructure points to the effect of the task put forward in the learning environment and discussed in the CSCL setting.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1046496405281771 fatcat:g4gcjmbeqbhu3emxupdh7aippm

Cross-age peer tutors in asynchronous discussion groups: studying the impact of tutors labelling their interventions

M. De Smet, H. Van Keer, M. Valcke
2008 Journal of Computer Assisted Learning  
Compared to tutors in the control condition, tutors in the experimental conditions performed at a higher level, implying that they adopted more balanced tutor support.  ...  with regard to labelling the phase of e-moderating in their messages; and (3) a control condition, typified by all-round information on online facilitation.  ...  Acknowledgement This study was funded in part by the Flemish Government under the BOF program, 1107104.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2729.2008.00284.x fatcat:ysmhmuucsrhuxgv3mby6yqwofm

The role of academic motivation in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning

Bart Rienties, Dirk Tempelaar, Piet Van den Bossche, Wim Gijselaers, Mien Segers
2009 Computers in Human Behavior  
In addition, we would like to thank the EU Lifelong Learning KA3 ICT programme funding the S.T.E.P. project (http://www.transitionalstep.eu/), which enabled this research project.  ...  This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.  ...  in CSCL Several researchers have found that learning in CSCL settings is more complex than in face-to-face settings.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2009.05.012 fatcat:omu4xzcexfdndfbpb46kahjf2y

The role of scaffolding in CSCL in general and in specific environments

N. Verdú, J. Sanuy
2013 Journal of Computer Assisted Learning  
Following a coding schema based upon the set of scaffolds offered in the Knowledge Forum environment, we have qualitatively analysed 60 forums and 1,370 students from different subjects.  ...  There are more new and contrasting opinions in forums set up in a specific virtual environment, while there is more reasoning and elaboration in those that were set up in a general one.  ...  The reason behind our choice is that, on the one hand, there can be several categories of analysis in every message and, on the other hand, an "idea" can be formulated in different sentences.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jcal.12047 fatcat:intpyq4ndjdkxg2vb2va5zk26q

Gender-related differences in computer-mediated communication and computer-supported collaborative learning

F.R. Prinsen, M.L.L. Volman, J. Terwel
2007 Journal of Computer Assisted Learning  
This may be explained by the fact that participation is explicitly promoted in most CSCL environments. Gender differences in the character of students' contributions are found in both CMC and CSCL.  ...  Male dominance is found to play a role in many CMC settings.  ...  We may wonder whether this is due to the younger age of most students in CSCL research, the setting of the studies or a merit of CSCL environments as such.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2729.2007.00224.x fatcat:nr3si7mhu5fojmsgee3vvko4ii

Detecting Self-Regulated Learning in Online Communities by Means of Interaction Analysis

G. Dettori, D. Persico
2008 IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies  
To this end, a set of SRL indicators is proposed to spot clues of self-regulated events within students' messages.  ...  They have been tested on the online component of a blended course for trainee teachers, by analyzing the messages exchanged by a group of learners in two modules of the course.  ...  the presence of SRL in bigger sets of messages and in different contexts.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tlt.2008.7 fatcat:gpjtyxvdkvbpxkcu3jypuxoxgy

What do we do when we analyse the temporal aspects of computer-supported collaborative learning? A systematic literature review

Joni Lämsä, Raija Hämäläinen, Pekka Koskinen, Jouni Viiri, Emilia Lampi
2021 Educational Research Review  
When analysing the temporal aspects of CSCL, six key operations were conducted: (a) proposing theoretically framed research questions (mostly descriptive) regarding the temporal aspects of CSCL; (b) setting  ...  The analysis of these aspects, however, has been loosely defined, creating challenges regarding the comparability and commensurability of studies.  ...  Juho Vehkakoski for their help, especially when conducting the literature search and analysis process. Appendix A.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.edurev.2021.100387 fatcat:v25mdrb5lve2lpequll2bumkp4

Experiencing CSCL: from motivation to the embodied experience and beyond

Carolyn Rosé, Sanna Järvelä, Sten Ludvigsen
2020 International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning  
Motivation is a driving force in human learning and different motivational constructs interact in collaborative learning engagement.  ...  The message is that careful attention is needed for operationalizing constructs measured with physiological data evidencing the role of physiological synchrony in collaborative learning.  ...  Publisher's note Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-020-09319-1 fatcat:lodiqxpdffc2hn6iyculnp4nxy

Analysing knowledge building: usages, achievements and limits of forums at university

Noemí Verdú, Jaume Sanuy
2012 International Journal of Innovation and Learning  
Qualitatively, the content of the notes is analysed, cataloguing these into two different levels: on the one hand, as a set of knowledge building process categories, and on the other hand, following the  ...  This paper aims to explore asynchronous communication in computer supported collaborative learning (CSCL). Thirty virtual forums are analysed in both a quantitative and a qualitative way.  ...  Besides, categories have been compared in order to establish the similarities and differences among them.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijil.2012.047308 fatcat:f733a2lb2fefpfarfuufqq3wai

Lessons Learned from Comprehensive Deployments of Multiagent CSCL Applications I-MINDS and ClassroomWiki

N Khandaker, Leen-Kiat Soh, L D Miller, A Eck, Hong Jiang
2011 IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies  
In this paper, we describe the contexts of our three generations of CSCL applications (i.e., I-MINDS and ClassroomWiki) and provide a set of lessons learned from our deployments in terms of the script,  ...  However, adopting such a CSCL tool in a classroom still requires the teacher to develop (or decide on which to adopt) the CSCL tool and the CSCL script, design the relevant pedagogical aspects (i.e., the  ...  This paper is organized as follows: in Section 2, we motivate the need for discussing our experience in designing and developing the script, tool, and pedagogy aspects of a CSCL environment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tlt.2010.28 fatcat:egnd43tdfvfrdjchsjbliaba2a

Visualization of participation: Does it contribute to successful computer-supported collaborative learning?

Jeroen Janssen, Gijsbert Erkens, Gellof Kanselaar, Jos Jaspers
2007 Computers & Education  
It is hypothesized that visualization of participation could contribute to successful CSCL. A CSCL-environment was augmented with the Participation Tool (PT).  ...  Furthermore, compared to control group students, treatment group students participated more and engaged more in coordination and regulation of social activities during collaboration by sending more statements  ...  Acknowledgment This project was funded by NWO, the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research under project number 411-02-121.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2006.01.004 fatcat:5sm43tqskffz3p3jpxk5skp7c4
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