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International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning

March 2010 Volume 5, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. A Framework for Conceptualizing, Representing, and Analyzing Distributed Interaction

    Daniel D. Suthers, Nathan Dwyer, Richard Medina & Ravi Vatrapu

    The relationship between interaction and learning is a central concern of the learning sciences, and analysis of interaction has emerged as a major theme within the current literature on computer... More

    pp. 5-42

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  2. Computer-Supported Argumentation: A Review of the State of the Art

    Oliver Scheuer, Frank Loll, Niels Pinkwart & Bruce M. McLaren

    Argumentation is an important skill to learn. It is valuable not only in many professional contexts, such as the law, science, politics, and business, but also in everyday life. However, not many... More

    pp. 43-102

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  3. Exploring whether Students' Use of Labelling Depends upon the Type of Activity

    Eva Mary Bures, Philip C. Abrami & Richard F. Schmid

    This paper explores a labelling feature designed to support higher-level online dialogue. It investigates whether students use labels less often during a structured online dialogue than during an... More

    pp. 103-116

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  4. Toward a Dialectic Relation between the Results in CSCL: Three Critical Methodological Aspects of Content Analysis Schemes

    Marc Clara & Teresa Mauri

    The research field of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) includes a large variety of approaches which present significant theoretical and methodological differences. This diversity... More

    pp. 117-136

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