Computer Support for Collaborative Reflection on Captured Teamwork Data

Abstract : This paper introduces collaborative reflection for the purpose of team learning at the workplace and describes requirements for its computer support. In particular, we identify three processes to be supported and discuss solutions necessary for collaborative knowledge construction and meaning making based on captured teamwork data. This includes support for articulation work, transfer of established scaffolding and guidance concepts to the scope of reflection at the work place, and strategies of convergence for collaborative knowledge construction. Additionally, the paper outlines potential technical solutions embedded into organizational procedures to facilitate collaborative reflection and team learning.
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Michael Prilla, Kristin Knipfer, Martin Degeling, Ulrike Cress, Thomas Herrmann. Computer Support for Collaborative Reflection on Captured Teamwork Data. ECTEL 2012, Sep 2012, Palermo, Italy. http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-790/. ⟨hal-00836676⟩

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