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Research has pushed Papert's (1980) seminal ideas of mathland and microworlds but remain focused on computational environments designed for individual work. Current groupcentered activities using networked computational environments distribute mathematical objects among students and their relations and then assemble these objects in a shared public space. Within these new technological contexts, we ask how students identify with the mathematical objects distributed and maintained in socio-mathematical relations.dblp:conf/cscl/Nichols-PaezB19 fatcat:5skosfodnzcbpi5i4se4qlj7di