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The first international conference on Computer support for collaborative learning - CSCL '95
The human mind is limited, making collaboration with other humans and with things (in our case with computational environments) a necessity rather than a lUxury. Relevant knowledge for work and for learning is distributed in our head, in the heads of others, and in the environment. Learning webs are used by (virtual) communities of practice. Domain-oriented design environments (DODEs) support learning webs by allowing all stakeholders in a design process to learn and work collaboratively withdoi:10.3115/222020.222117 fatcat:qijkeh3ha5bh5bka2ogpz2idji