ijCSCL issue 2 now online -- issue 1 in print
Issue one includes the following. Full text of this issue only is freely available at the Springer website
- Kienle & Wessner on the development of the CSCL community
- Jones, Dirckinck-Holmfeld & Lindström on a meso-level approach to CSCL
- Lee, Chan & van Aalst on peer assessment in CSCL
- Rick & Guzdial on situating a wiki in college courses
- Fuks, Pimentel & de Lucena on overcoming chat confusion
- Wegerif on dialogic understanding and thinking skills
Issue two includes:
- Arnseth & Ludvigsen on systemic vs dialogic research in CSCL
- Kali on a design principles database
- Yukawa on co-reflection and narrative
- Oshima, et al. on Japanese science pedagogy
- Lonchamp on a generic model of chat
Both issues reflect the international character of the CSCL community. Issue one authors are from Germany, UK, Denmark, Sweden, China, Canada, US and Brazil. Issue two authors are from Norway, Israel, US, Japan and France.
For information on submitting papers to ijCSCL, go to http://ijcscl.org/. To volunteer to be a reviewer for the journal, send me an email.