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Knowledge Cartography" is concerned with a diversity of notations that all make certain conceptual structures explicit, but may differ from each other and from conceptually implicit notations in what they make salient. This chapter reports on a series of studies that investigated the idea that these differences or representational biases might lead to differences in processes of collaborative inquiry. The studies span face-to-face, synchronous online and asynchronous online media in bothdoi:10.1007/978-1-4471-6470-8_1 fatcat:mz3utejdenafbdjrvyri4ptrz4