The Role of Technology in CSCL

The Role of Technology in CSCL

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This book relates contemporary information and communication technologies (ICT) to their specific teaching and learning functions, including how ICT is appropriated for and by educational or learning communities. The technological "hot spots" of interest in this book include: groupware or multi-user technologies such as group archives or synchronous co-construction environments, embedded interactive technologies in the spirit of ubiquitous computing, and modeling tools based on rich representations.

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Ajouté le 26 juin 2007
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EAN13 9780387711362
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Contents
Contributors............................................................................. vii
Acknowledgements.................................................................. xi
Introduction
1. H. Ulrich Hoppe Educational information technologies and collaborative learning ………………………………………….…………………......... 1
PART I. Design, Modeling, and Analysis of Collaborative Learning
2. A. Soller, H. Ogata, F. Hesse Design, modeling, and analysis of collaborative learning ....................... 13
3. M. Wessner, H.-R. PfisterPoints of cooperation: Integrating cooperative learning into web-based courses ...............................................…………..…….. 21
4. K. Nakakoji, M. Ohira, A. Takashima, Y. Yamamoto A computational tool for lifelong learning: Experiencing breakdowns and understanding situations ...……….………………..... 47
5. A. Soller, A. Lesgold Modeling the process of collaborative learning ....................................... 63
6. M. Constantino-González, D.D. SuthersAn approach for coaching collaboration based on difference recognition and participation tracking ..................................................... 87
viContents PART II. Collaborative Tools in Educational Practice
7. A. Soller, A. Lesgold Collaborative tools in educational practice ............................................ 117 8. H. U. Hoppe, A. Lingnau, F. Tewissen, I. Machado, A Paiva, R. PradaSupporting collaborative activities in computer-integrated classrooms - the NIMIS approach .................... 121 9. M. F. Verdejo, B. Barros, T. Read, and M. Rodriguez-ArtachoDesigning a CSCL environment for experimental learning in a distance learning context.....................................................…........ 139 10. C. Kynigos, E. V. Dimaraki, E. Trouki Pupil communication during electronic collaborative projects: Integrating communication tools with communication scenarios ......... 155 11. H. Ogata, K. Matsuura, Y. Yano Supporting awareness in distributed collaborative learning environments………….………….....................…................................ 173 Index.………………………………………………………..…….……..193
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