3 edition of Computer Support for Collaborative Learning : foundations for a CSCL community found in the catalog.
Computer Support for Collaborative Learning : foundations for a CSCL community
CSCL (Conference) (2002 Boulder, Colo.)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||CSCL 2002|
|Statement||edited by Gerry Stahl.|
|LC Classifications||LB1028.5 .C765 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||755 p. :|
|Number of Pages||755|
|LC Control Number||2003385042|
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In: Proceedings of the Conference On Computer Support For Collaborative Learning: Foundations For A CSCL Community, International Society Of The Learning Sciences, , pp.  Kasirun, Z. M., & Salim, S. S. Potential Of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Application Use In Malaysian Schools. International Arab Journal by: 9. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning at the Workplace: [email protected] Sean P. Goggins, Isa Jahnke (auth.), Sean P. Goggins, Isa Jahnke, Volker Wulf (eds.) This book is an edited volume of case studies exploring the uptake and use of computer supported collaborative learning in work settings.
Proceedings of the Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning: Foundations for a CSCL Community (CSCL ), 7–11 January , Boulder, CO, USA (pp. –). International Society of the Learning Sciences. Computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) is an area of the learning sciences. It is concerned with studying how people can learn together with the help of computers. As we will see in this chapter, such a simple statement conceals considerable complexity. The interplay of learning with technology turns out to be quite intricate.
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Computer Support for Collaborative Learning: Foundations for a CSCL Community: videos from CSCL in Boulder [Henderson, Gerry Stahl] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Computer Support for Collaborative Learning: Foundations for a Price: $ The research framework of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) has emphasized the role that a well-established social dimension plays in collaborative learning and group-based work.
Computer Support for Collaborative Learning: Foundations for A Cscl Community (cscl Proceedings) This is a video from CSCL in Boulder, Colorado, USA. It is a lovely montage, including sections of keynotes, brief interviews and shots. CSCL ' Proceedings of the Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning: Foundations for a CSCL Community.
1 Definition "Put briefly, CSCL is focused on how collaborative learning supported by technology can enhance peer interaction and work in groups, and how collaboration and technology facilitate sharing and distributing of knowledge and expertise among community members." (Lipponen, ) Developments in ICT offer increasing possibilities for collaborative learning.
Paper presented at the international conference of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL ), Taipei, Taiwan. Dewey’s contribution to the foundations of CSCL research. In G. Stahl (Ed.), Computer support for collaborative learning: Foundations for a CSCL community: Proceedings of CSCL (pp.
17 –22). Boulder, CO: Lawrence. Get this from a library. Computer Support for Collaborative Learning: foundations for a CSCL community: proceedings of CSCL Boulder, Colorado, USA January[Gerry Stahl; National Science Foundation (U.S.); University of Colorado Boulder.
College of Engineering and Applied Science.; University of Colorado Boulder. Department of Computer Science. Stahl, G.: Contributions to a theoretical framework for CSCL.
In: Stahl, G. (ed.) Computer support for collaborative learning: foundations for a CSCL community—proceedings of CSCLpp.
62–71 () Google ScholarAuthor: Christos Troussas, Maria Virvou. Abstract. Computer support offers versatile opportunities for learning together at a distance as well as for colocated scenarios of collaborative learning, in which learners construct arguments, share knowledge, and jointly produce task solutions themselves.
McConnell, D. Collaborative assessment as a learning process in e-learning. The proceedings of Computer Support for Collaborative Learning: Foundations for a CSCL Community, 7(11), Mcdonald, J.
Assessing online collaborative learning: Process and product. Computers & Education, 40(4), Computer-supported collaborative learning: An historical perspective. Gerry Stahl, Timothy Koschmann, Dan Suthers.
Computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) is an emerging branch of the learning sciences concerned with studying how people can learn together with the help of computers.
Conference: Proceedings of the Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning: Foundations for a CSCL Community, CSCL '02, Boulder, CO, Author: Lasse Lipponen. proliferate, the quandaries deepen and the foundations shake. This is how knowledge-building in a research community advances.
In the book that established the field of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) and presented the state of the art at that time, the editor identified three distinct theories of learning implicit in the.
You are cordially invited to participate in and attend Computer Support for Collaborative Learning '99, to be held at the Stanford University, Stanford California USA on DecemberCSCL '99 is the third international conference devoted to the exploration of the roles for technology in collaborative forms of learning and teaching.
In more than two decades of research in CSCL (Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning), researchers have used several methods to understand how individuals learn in groups and how groups of learners construct knowledge.
The individual and group learning processes have been studied using a variety of methods. Computer Support for Collaborative Learning: foundations for a CSCL community: proceedings of CSCL Publication type: Part of book or chapter of bookCited by: This book is an edited volume of case studies exploring the uptake and use of computer supported collaborative learning in work settings.
This book fills a significant gap in the literature. A number of existing works provide empirical research on collaborative work practices (Lave & Wenger. Computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) is a pedagogical approach wherein learning takes place via social interaction using a computer or through the Internet.
This kind of learning is characterized by the sharing and construction of knowledge among participants using technology as their primary means of communication or as a common resource.
. Gerry Stahl, "Group Cognition: The Collaborative Locus of Agency in CSCL" (QuickTime 7 video 65 Mb). An expanded version of this paper is available in Stahl () Group Cognition: Computer Support for Building Collaborative Learning, MIT Press.
External Representations for Collaborative Learning and Assessment. In G. Stahl (Ed.) Computer support for collaborative learning: Foundations for a CSCL community. Proceedings of CSCLpp. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning.
7(4), Lonchamp, J. (b). An instrumental perspective on CSCL systems. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning. 7(2), Ong, W. (). Orality and literacy: The technologizing of the world. New York, NY: Routledge.Towards a Systematic Study of Representational Guidance for Collaborative Learning Discourse by Dan Suthers Journal of Universal Computer Science 7(3), Suthers, D.
D., & Hundhausen, C. (Accepted for Publication - ). An Empirical Study of the Effects of Representational Guidance on Collaborative Learning. Journal of the Learning Sciences.International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Gweon, G., Jain, M., Mc Donough, J., Raj, B., Rosé, C.
P. (in press). Measuring Prevalence of Other-Oriented Transactive Contributions Using an Automated Measure of Speech Style Accommodation, International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning.