ijCSCL issue 3 now online -- issue 2 in print
- 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
Issue three is now available freely with the prepublication proofs of the full text of all articles at the ijCSCL website. The official versions are also available electronically to all subscribers at the Springer site. Issue three will be mailed to subscribers in September.
Issue three includes:
- Suthers on Technology affordances for intersubjective meaning making: A research agenda for CSCL
- van der Pol on The affordance of anchored discussion for the collaborative processing of academic texts
- White on Code Talk: Student discourse and participation with networked handhelds
- Martínez, et al. on Studying participation networks in collaboration using mixed methods in three case studies
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