3. CSCL 1999:
Stanford, CA, USA Christopher M. Hoadley, Jeremy Roschelle (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 1999 Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning, CSCL '99, Stanford, CA, USA, 1999.
International Society of the Learning Sciences 1999
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- Gregory D. Abowd, Maria da Graça Campos Pimentel, Bolot Kerimbaev, Yoshihide Ishiguro, Mark Guzdial:
Anchoring discussions in lecture: an approach to collaboratively extending classroom digital media.
- Ernesto Arias, Hal Eden, Gerhard Fischer, Andrew Gorman, Eric Scharff:
Beyond access: informed participation and empowerment.
- Marina Umaschi Bers:
Zora: a graphical multi-user environment to share stories about the self.
- Marina Umaschi Bers, Michael L. Best:
Rural connected communities: a project in online collaborative journalism.
- Richard Borovoy, Fred Martin, Mitchel Resnick:
Revealing common ground: augmentation on the edges of interpretive communities.
- Clare Brett, Earl Woodruff, Rodney Nason:
Online community and preservice teachers' conceptions of learning mathematics.
- Alain Breuleux, Ron Owston, Thérèse Laferrière, Nolan Estes, Paul Resta, William Hunter, Carolyn Awalt:
CollabU: a design for reflective, collaborative university teaching and learning.
- Matthew Brown, Daniel C. Edelson:
A lab by any other name: integrating traditional labs and computer-supported collaborative investigations in science classrooms.
- Darren Cambridge:
Supporting the development of a national constellation of communities of practice in the scholarship of teaching and learning through the use of intelligent agents.
- Terri Cameron, Howard S. Barrows, Steven M. Crooks:
Distributed problem-based learning at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine.
- Cynthia Carter Ching:
It's not just programming: reflection and the nature of experience in learning through design.
- William H. Conrad III, Raul Zaritsky, Michael Munroe:
Infusing engaged learning strategies and modeling software into sixth grade classrooms: the Achieving High Academic Standards Project (AHAS).
- Alex Cuthbert:
Designs for collaborative learning environments: can specialization encourage knowledge integration?
- Pierre Dillenbourg, David R. Traum:
Does a shared screen make a shared solution?
- Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld, Elsebeth K. Sorensen:
Distributed computer supported collaborative learning through shared practice and social participation.
- Yehudit Judy Dori, Miri Barak:
Computerized molecular modeling as a collaborative learning environment.
- Jason B. Ellis, Amy Bruckman, Robert C. Satterwhite:
Children and elders sharing stories: lessons from two online oral history projects.
- Annita Fjuk, Ingeborg Krange:
The situated effects of awareness in distributed collaborative learning: interactive 3D an example.
- Renate Fruchter, Katherine Emery:
Teamwork: assessing cross-disciplinary learning.
- Iris Garland, Lucio Teles, Xinchun Wang:
Fostering creativity through cross-disciplinary collaboration in an online dance course.
- Shanan Gibson, Dennis C. Neale, John M. Carroll, Christina Van Metre:
Mentoring in a school environment.
- Bernard Gifford, Noel Enyedy:
Activity centered design: towards a theoretical framework for CSCL.
- Stephen B. Gilbert:
Negotiating learning cultures at a distance: MIT academics teach corporate engineers.
- Zann Gill:
A design method using darwinian principles for Collaborative Problem-Solving Environments (CPSEs).
- Mark Guzdial, Matthew Realff, Pete Ludovice, Tom Morley, Clayton Kerce, Eric Lyons, Katherine E. Sukel:
Using a CSCL-Driven shift in agency to undertake educational reform.
- Caroline Haythornthwaite:
Networks of information sharing among computer-supported distance learners.
- Robin Cheesman, Simon B. Heilesen:
Supporting problem-based learning in groups in a net environment.
- Nicola Henze, Wolfgang Nejdl, Martin Wolpers:
Modeling constructivist teaching functionality and structure in the KBS Hyperbook System.
- Jim Hewitt, Chris Teplovs:
An analysis of growth patterns in computer conferencing threads.
- Christopher M. Hoadley, Noel Enyedy:
Between information and communication: middle spaces in computer media for learning.
- Kori M. Inkpen, Wai-ling Ho-Ching, Oliver Kuederle, Stacey D. Scott, Garth B. D. Shoemaker:
This is fun! we're all best friends and we're all playing: supporting children's synchronous collaboration.
- Randolph L. Jackson, William Winn:
Collaboration and learning in immersive virtual environments.
- Patrick Jermann, Pierre Dillenbourg:
An analysis of learner arguments in a collective learning environment.
- Andy Johnson:
The computer display as a support of collaborative development of scientific models of magnetism.
- Christopher R. Jones:
Taking without consent: stolen knowledge and the place of abstractions and assessment in situated learning.
- Sandra Katz, Gabriel O'Donnell:
The cognitive skill of coaching collaboration.
- Janet L. Kolodner, Kristine Nagel:
The design discussion area: a collaborative learning tool in support of learning from problem-solving and design activities.
- Timothy Koschmann:
Toward a dialogic theory of learning: Bakhtin's contribution to understanding learning in settings of collaboration.
- Robert B. Kozma:
Students collaborating with computer models and physical experiments.
- Fusako Kusunoki, Masanori Sugimoto, Hiromichi Hashizume:
A system for supporting group learning that enhances interactions.
- Thomas Kvan, Wan Hung Yip, Alonso H. Vera:
Supporting design studio learning: an investigation into design communication in computer-supported collaboration.
- Chronis Kynigos:
Perspectives in analysing classroom interaction data on collaborative computer-based mathematical projects.
- Keith Stenning, Jean McKendree, John Lee, Richard Cox, Finbar Dineen, J. Terry Mayes:
Vicarious learning from educational dialogue.
- Catherine Plaisant, Anne Rose, Gary Rubloff, Richard M. Salter, Ben Shneiderman:
The design of history mechanisms and their use in collaborative educational simulations.
- Vicki L. O'Day, Mizuko Ito, Charlotte Linde, Annette Adler, Elizabeth D. Mynatt:
Cemeteries, oak trees, and black and white cows: learning to participate on the internet.
- Lasse Lipponen:
The challenges for computer supported collaborative learning in elementary and secondary level: Finnish perspectives.
- Mary Lou Maher:
Designing the virtual campus as a virtual world.
- Robert S. McLean:
Meta-communication widgets for knowledge building in distance education.
- Yongwu Miao, Jutta Maria Fleschutz, Peter Zentel:
Enriching learning contexts to support communities of practice.
- Martin Mühlenbrock, Ulrich Hoppe:
Computer supported interaction analysis of group problem solving.
- Hanni Muukkonen, Kai Hakkarainen, Minna Lakkala:
Collaborative technology for facilitating progressive inquiry: future learning environment tools.
- Anandi Nagarajan, Cindy E. Hmelo, Roger S. Day:
Collaborative scientific inquiry in a simulated laboratory.
- Dennis C. Neale, John M. Carroll:
Multi-faceted evaluation for complex, distributed activities.
- Kari Nurmela, Erno Lehtinen, Tuire Palonen:
Evaluating CSCL log files by social network analysis.
- William R. Penuel, Christine Korbak, Karen A. Cole, Otak Jump:
Imagination, production, and collaboration in project-based learning using multimedia.
- Hans-Rüdiger Pfister, Martin Wessner, Torsten Holmer, Ralf Steinmetz:
Negotiating about shared knowledge in a cooperative learning environment.
- Sadhana Puntambekar:
An integrated approach to individual and collaborative learning in a web-based learning environment.
- Todd C. Reimer, Daniel C. Edelson:
Using a CSCL tool to support a legislative role-playing simulation: hopes, fears, and challenges.
- Alexander Repenning, Andri Ioannidou, Jonathan Phillips:
Collaborative use & design of interactive simulations.
- Paul Resta, Mark Christal, Karen Ferneding, Adrienne Kennedy Puthoff:
CSCL as a catalyst for changing teacher practice.
- Anne Rose, Robert B. Allen, Kathleen Fulton:
Multiple channels of electronic communication for building a distributed learning community.
- Karen Ruhleder:
Network community: virtual space for physical bodies.
- Kimiko Ryokai, Justine Cassell:
Computer support for children's collaborative fantasy play and storytelling.
- Patricia K. Schank, Jamie Fenton, Mark S. Schlager, Judith Fusco:
From MOO to MEOW: domesticating technology for online communities.
- Gregory W. Shrader, Louis M. Gomez:
Design research for the living curriculum.
- Mark K. Singley, Peter G. Fairweather, Steven Swerling:
Team tutoring systems: reifying roles in problem solving.
- Brian K. Smith, Erik Blankinship:
Imagery as data: structures for visual model building.
- Randall B. Smith, Michael J. Sipusic, Robert L. Pannoni:
Experiments comparing face-to-face with virtual collaborative learning.
- Kirsten Söntgens:
Language learning via e-mail: autonomy through collaboration.
- Elsebeth K. Sorensen, Eugene S. Takle:
Distributed collaborative learning across disciplines and national borders.
- Elsebeth K. Sorensen:
Intellectual amplification through reflection and didactic change in distributed collaborative learning.
- Lex Spoon, Mark Guzdial:
MuSwikis: a graphical collaboration system.
- Gerry Stahl:
Reflections on WebGuide: seven issues for the next generation of collaborative knowledge-building environments.
- Daniel D. Suthers:
Effects of alternate representations of evidential relations on collaborative learning discourse.
- Yukiko Tanikawa, Hideyuki Suzuki, Hiroshi Kato:
A synchronous collaborative editing system for learning to write.
- Esther L. Tiessen, Douglas R. Ward:
Developing a technology of use for collaborative project-based learning.
- A. L. Veerman, Jerry Andriessen, Gellof Kanselaar:
Collaborative learning through computer-mediated argumentation.
- Minjuan Wang, Jim Laffey, Tom Tupper, Paul Wangemann, Carl Harris:
How youth and mentors experience project-based learning in an internet-based shared environment for expeditions (iExpeditions).
- Barbara Wasson:
Design and evaluation of a collaborative telelearning activity aimed at teacher training.
- Uri Wilensky, Walter Stroup:
Learning through participatory simulations: network-based design for systems learning in classrooms.
- Earl Woodruff:
Concerning the cohesive nature of CSCL communities.
- Donald W. Wortham:
Nodal and matrix analyses of communication patterns in small groups.