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Articles of Volume 15, Issue 2, June 2020

[-]Advocating for group interaction in the age of COVID-19

Authors: Carolyn P. Rosé, Sanna Järvelä, Sten Ludvigsen

Introduction: By now the refrain “We are living in unprecedented times” has become inexorably a mark of 2020 discourse, which will continue to evoke memories that as yet are too near and too raw to fully ...  [full article]

Citation: Rosé, C., Järvelä, S. & Ludvigsen, S. (2020) Advocating for group interaction in the age of COVID-19. ijcscl 15 (2), pp. 143-147

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-020-09324-4

Preprint: Acrobat-PDF jaervelae_rose_15_2.pdf

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[-]Regulating self-organized collaborative learning: the importance of homogeneous problem perception, immediacy and intensity of strategy use

Authors: Nadine Melzner, Martin Greisel, Markus Dresel, Ingo Kollar

Abstract: Very often, university students deliberately form self-organized study groups, e.g. to study collaboratively for an upcoming exam. Yet, very little is known about what regulation problems such ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: Collaborative learning, Homogeneous problem perception, Immediacy of strategy use, Intensity of strategy use, Self-organized study groups

Citation: Melzner, N., Greisel, M., Dresel, M. & Kollar, I. (2020) Regulating self-organized collaborative learning: the importance of homogeneous problem perception, immediacy and intensity of strategy use. ijcscl 15 (2), pp. 149-177

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-020-09323-5

Preprint: Acrobat-PDF kuhn_capon_lai_15_2.pdf

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[-]Talking about group (but not individual) process aids group performance

Authors: Deanna Kuhn, Noel Capon, Hueiyi Lai

Abstract: The discourse of small groups of 3–4 adults enrolled in a graduate business course was audio-recorded as they participated in a computer-supported simulation in which the group represented a firm ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: Group process, Collaboration, Discourse, Metacognition

Citation: Kuhn, D., Capon, N. & Lai, H. (2020) Talking about group (but not individual) process aids group performance. ijcscl 15 (2), pp. 179-192

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-020-09321-7

Preprint: Acrobat-PDF melzner_greisel_dresel_kollar_15_2.pdf

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[-]Does collaborative learning design align with enactment? An innovative method of evaluating the alignment in the CSCL context

Authors: Lanqin Zheng, Panpan Cui, Xuan Zhang

Abstract: This study reports on a novel design methodology, namely, design-centered research (DCR), developed to analyze and evaluate the alignment between an online collaborative learning design and its ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: Collaborative learning, Alignment, Knowledge building, Knowledge map, Group performance

Citation: Zheng, L., Cui, P. & Zhang, X. (2020) Does collaborative learning design align with enactment? An innovative method of evaluating the alignment in the CSCL context. ijcscl 15 (2), pp. 193-226

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-020-09320-8

Preprint: Acrobat-PDF saqr_viberg_vartiainen_15_2.pdf

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[-]Capturing the participation and social dimensions of computer-supported collaborative learning through social network analysis: which method and measures matter?

Authors: Mohammed Saqr, Olga Viberg, Henriikka Vartiainen

Abstract: The increasing use of digital learning tools and platforms in formal and informal learning settings has provided broad access to large amounts of learner data, the analysis of which has been aimed at ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: Computer-supported collaborative learning, Participatory and social dimensions, Social network analysis, Learning analytics, Centrality measures, Network configurations, Validity

Citation: Saqr, M., Viberg, O. & Vartiainen, H. (2020) Capturing the participation and social dimensions of computer-supported collaborative learning through social network analysis: which method and measures matter?. ijcscl 15 (2), pp. 22

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-020-09322-6

Preprint: Acrobat-PDF zheng_cui_zhang_15_2.pdf

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