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Wen, Yun; Looi, Chee-Kit; Chen, Wenli – International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 2015
While the affordances of face-to-face and online environments have been studied somewhat extensively, there is relatively less research on how technology-mediated learning takes place across multiple media in the networked classroom environment where face-to-face and online interactions are intertwined, especially in the context of language…
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Case Studies, Collaborative Writing, Second Language Learning
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Cakir, Murat Perit; Zemel, Alan; Stahl, Gerry – International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 2009
In order to collaborate effectively in group discourse on a topic like mathematical patterns, group participants must organize their activities in ways that share the significance of their utterances, inscriptions, and behaviors. Here, we report the results of a ethnomethodological case study of collaborative math problem-solving activities…
Descriptors: Computer Mediated Communication, Interaction, Case Studies, Mathematics Instruction
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Fuks, Hugo; Pimentel, Mariano; Lucena, Carlos Jose Pereira de – International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 2006
Very often, when using a chat tool where more than one participant is talking simultaneously, it is difficult to follow the conversation, read all the different messages and work out who is talking to whom about what. This problem has been dubbed "Chat Confusion." This article investigates this problem in debate sessions in an online university…
Descriptors: Virtual Universities, Online Courses, Internet, Learning Activities
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Yukawa, Joyce – International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 2006
This article presents findings from a comparative case study of the learning experiences of two graduate students in an online action research course. The key roles played by reflection and co-reflection, an emerging concept, are identified through the use of narrative analysis. Co-reflection is a collaborative critical thinking process mediated…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Action Research, Online Courses, Computer Software
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Martinez, Alejandra; Dimitriadis, Yannis; Gomez-Sanchez, Eduardo; Rubia-Avi, Bartolome; Jorrin-Abellan, Ivan; Marcos, Jose A. – International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 2006
This paper describes the application of a mixed-evaluation method, published elsewhere, to three different learning scenarios. The method defines how to combine social network analysis with qualitative and quantitative analysis in order to study participatory aspects of learning in CSCL contexts. The three case studies include a course-long,…
Descriptors: Distance Education, Network Analysis, Interaction, Evaluation Methods
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Clouder, Lynn; Dalley, Jayne; Hargreaves, Julian; Parkes, Sally; Sellars, Julie; Toms, Jane – International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 2006
The authors work as online tutors for a BSc (Hons) physiotherapy programme at Coventry University in the United Kingdom. This paper represents a stage in our developing understanding, over a 3 year period, of the impact of group dynamics on online interaction among physiotherapy students engaged in sharing with their peers their first experiences…
Descriptors: Group Dynamics, Practicums, Case Studies, Social Environment