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Computers & Education

November 2005 Volume 45, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Design of web-based collaborative learning environments. Translating the pedagogical learning principles to human computer interface

    Wilfred Rubens, Bruno Emans, Teemu Leinonen, Antonio Gomez Skarmeta & Robert-Jan Simons

    Seven pedagogical principles guided the development of a collaborative virtual environment, within an international project called ITCOLE. The progressive inquiry model as a theoretical framework... More

    pp. 276-294

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  2. Teachers’ attitudes to and beliefs about web-based Collaborative Learning Environments in the context of an international implementation

    Vassilios Kollias, Nektarios Mamalougos, Xenia Vamvakoussi, Minna Lakkala & Stella Vosniadou

    Fifty-six teachers, from four European countries, were interviewed to ascertain their attitudes to and beliefs about the Collaborative Learning Environments (CLEs) which were designed under the... More

    pp. 295-315

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  3. The nature of the discourse in web-based Collaborative Learning Environments: Case studies from four different countries

    M. Veermans & D. Cesareni

    The present paper describes a series of case studies of collaborative learning supported by two web-based learning environments: Synergeia2 and FLE3. The case studies were conducted in Finland,... More

    pp. 316-336

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  4. Teachers’ pedagogical designs for technology-supported collective inquiry: A national case study

    M Lakkala, J Lallimo & K Hakkarainen

    The aim of the present study was to analyze teachers’ pedagogical designs, plans of organized technology-supported, collective student inquiry. Ten teachers in Finland designed and implemented... More

    pp. 337-356

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  5. Building intersubjectivity at a distance during the collaborative writing of fairytales

    M. Beatrice Ligorio, Alessandra Talamo & Clotilde Pontecorvo

    This paper introduces intersubjectivity as a concept playing a crucial role in collaborative tasks, even when performed between partners at a distance. Two 5th grade classes from two European... More

    pp. 357-374

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  6. Do EU funded projects enable collaboration between scientists? The case of R&D in web-based collaborative learning environments

    Baruch B. Schwarz

    pp. 375-382

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