Getting in on the (Inter)Action: Exploring Affordances for Collaborative Learning in a Context of Informed Participation
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AbstractAlthough considerable attention in the CSCL community has been on electronic-, Web-, or distance-learning applications, there is evidence suggesting that much of learning, particularly in open-ended problem-solving activities based large on tacit information, does not occur in isolation but in face-to-face settings. This has led my research to explore ways to develop technologies and media that enhance participation, collaboration, and learning in face-to-face, copresent settings.