Friday, August 07, 2015

ijCSCL issue for September 2015


International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning

Volume 10 * Number 3 * September 2015
 
Conceptualizing the intersubjective group
Gerry Stahl

Naomi Miyake: 1949–2015
Marcia C. Linn * Hajime Shirouzu * Masaki Miyake

A Habermasian perspective on joint meaning making online: What does it offer and what are the difficulties?
Michael Hammond

Learning to learn together with CSCL tools
Baruch B. Schwarz * Reuma de Groot * Manolis Mavrikis * Toby Dragon

Collaborative group engagement in a CSCL environment
Suparna Sinha * Toni Kempler Rogat * Karlyn R. Adams-Wiggins * Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver

Group-level formative feedback and metadiscourse
Monica Resendes * Marlene Scardamalia * Carl Bereiter * Bodong Chen * Cindy Halewood

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

ijCSCL issue for June 2015

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International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
Volume 10 * Number 2 * June 2015
The core features of CSCL: Social situation, collaborative knowledge processes and their design
Ulrike Cress * Gerry Stahl * Sten Ludvigsen * Nancy Law
The impact of hierarchical positions on communities of learning
Martin Rehm * Wim Gijselaers * Mien Segers
Peer interaction and social network analysis of online communities with the support of awareness of different contexts
Jian-Wei Lin * Li-Jung Mai * Yung-Cheng Lai
Fixed group and opportunistic collaboration in a CSCL environment
Tuya Siqin * Jan van Aalst * Samuel Kai Wah Chu
An integrated way of using a tangible user interface in a classroom
Sebastien Cuendet* Jessica Dehler Zufferey * Giulia Ortoleva * Pierre Dillenbourg

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

ijCSCL issue for March 2015


International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
Volume 10 * Number 1 * March 2015
 
From the editors:
Collaboration and the formation of new knowledge artifacts
Sten Ludvigsen * Gerry Stahl * Nancy Law * Ulrike Cress

Constructing liminal blends in a collaborative augmented-reality learning environment
Noel Enyedy * Joshua A. Danish * David DeLiema

The new information literate: Open collaboration and information production in schools
Andrea Forte

An integrated way of using a tangible user interface in a classroom
Sebastien Cuendet * Jessica Dehler-Zufferey * Giulia Ortoleva * Pierre Dillenbourg

 Whoa! Were going deep in the trees!: Patterns of collaboration around an interactive information-visualization exhibit
Pryce Davis * Michael Horn * Florian Block * Brenda Phillips * E. Margaret Evans * Judy Diamond * Chia Shen

Appropriation of a representational tool in a second-language classroom
Yun Wen * Chee-Kit Looi * Wenli Chen

Thursday, November 06, 2014

ijCSCL issue for December 2014

International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
Volume 9 * Number 4 * December 2014


Analyzing roles of individuals in small-group collaboration processes
 Gerry Stahl * Nancy Law * Ulrike Cress * Sten Ludvigsen

Toward collaboration sensing 

Bertrand Schneider * Roy Pea

Different leaders: Emergent organizational and intellectual leadership in children’s collaborative learning groups 

Emma M. Mercier * Steven E. Higgins * Laura da Costa

 “Newbies” and “celebrities”: Detecting social roles in an online network of teachers via participation patterns 

H. Smith Risser * SueAnn Bottoms

 “So I guess my question is”: What is the role of uncertainty and its co-occurrence with learning in computer-mediated discourse? 

Michelle E. Jordan * An-Chih Janne Cheng * Diane Schallert * Kwangok Song * SoonAh Lee * Yangjoo Park

ijCSCL issue for September 2014

International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
Volume 9 * Number 3 * September 2014
CSCL Artifacts 
Gerry Stahl * Ulrike Cress * Sten Ludvigsen * Nancy Law

The multi-layered nature of small-group learning: Productive interactions in object-oriented collaboration
 

Crina I. Damşa (Norway)

How to bring a technical artifact into use: A micro-developmental perspective

 Maarten Overdijk *Wouter van Diggelen * Jerry Andriessen * Paul A. Kirschner (Netherlands)

An examination of CSCL methodological practices and the influence of theoretical frameworks 2005-2009
 

Heisawn Jeong * Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver * Yawen Yu (Korea, US)

Contemporary intellectual structure of CSCL research (2006–2013): A co-citation network analysis with an education focus

 Kai-Yu Tang * Chin-Chung Tsai * Tzu-Chiang Lin (Taiwan)

Friday, April 25, 2014

ijCSCL issue for June 2014


International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
Volume 9 * Number 2 * June 2014

Dialogic foundations of CSCL
Gerry Stahl * Ulrike Cress * Sten Ludvigsen * Nancy Law

PolyCAFe: Automatic support for the polyphonic analysis of CSCL chats
Stefan Trausan-Matu * Mihai Dascalu * Traian Rebedea

Disengaged students and dialogic learning: The role of CSCL affordances
Benzi Slakmon * Baruch B. Schwarz

Attending to others’ posts in asynchronous discussions: Learners’ online “listening” and its relationship to speaking
Alyssa Friend Wise * Simone Nicole Hausknecht * Yuting Zhao

Preventing undesirable effects of mutual trust and the development of skepticism in virtual groups by applying the knowledge and information awareness approach
Tanja Engelmann * Richard Kolodziej * Friedrich W. Hesse

Sunday, January 12, 2014

ijCSCL issue for March 2014

International  Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning

Volume 9 * Number 1 * March 2014

Analyzing the multidimensional construction of knowledge in diverse contexts
Gerry Stahl * Ulrike Cress * Nancy Law * Sten Ludvigsen

Beyond macro and micro: the dialectical potential of cultural historical activity theory for researching CSCL practices
Susan Timmis

Multi-player epistemic games: Guiding the enactment of classroom knowledge-building communities
Katerine Bielaczyc * John Ow

Fostering collective and individual learning through knowledge building
Ke Zhao * Carol K. K. Chan

Creation of pivotal knowledge during mass collaboration
Iassen Halatchliyski * Johannes Moskaliuk * Joachim Kimmerle * Ulrike Cress