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The role of roles in the analysis of interactions in collaborative environments

Abstract : Analysis of interactions has become a basic function in the field of collaborative learning, as a means for supporting both students' self-regulation as well as formative evaluation processes. However, we observe a lack of methods and tools for the analysis of interactions in CSCL that considerer the different roles implied in collaboration management processes, both from the point of view of the actors that take part in a typical CSCL scenario: teachers, students or the system itself, as well as of the different facets with which they can act as evaluators, observers, facilitators, etc. depending on the level of the students. The synchronous or asynchronous nature of the systems, as well as the temporal dimension of collaboration also influence the needs of these roles. In this document we present and discuss the ideas of the authors regarding this problem, as part of the initial steps of an ongoing research process oriented towards the development of systems that integrate online regulation and evaluation support functions.
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José Antonio Marcos, Alejandra Martinez, Yannis Dimitriadis. The role of roles in the analysis of interactions in collaborative environments. European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI) 2004, 2004, Valencia, Spain. ⟨hal-00190268⟩



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