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Perspectives on Collaboration Scripts

Abstract : Research on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) is a multidisciplinary field that can be located at the intersection of cognitive psychology, computer science, and education. Yet, the different epistemological and theoretical backgrounds of these disciplines often make fruitful exchange between them difficult. To put it in other words, CSCL urgently needs to develop and use boundary concepts that can bring psychology, computer science, and education closer together to improve cumulative research and development of computer-supported learning environments. This chapter focuses on one term we believe has the potential to become a real boundary concept in CSCL - "scripting".
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Frank Fischer, Ingo Kollar, Jörg M. Haake, Heinz Mandl. Perspectives on Collaboration Scripts. F. Fischer, I. Kollar, H. Mandl, J.M. Haake. Scripting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Cognitive, Computational and Educational Perspectives, Springer, pp.1-9, 2006. ⟨hal-00190422⟩



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