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Collaborative trails in e-learning environments

By K. Keenoy, Mark Levene, Sara de Freitas, B. Emans, J. Schoonenboom, A. Jones, A. Brasher, J. Waycott, M. Turcsanyi-Szabo, E. Bodnar, J.P. Pernin, C. Eyssautier and L. Montandon

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This deliverable focuses on collaboration within groups of learners, and hence collaborative trails. We begin by reviewing the theoretical background to collaborative learning and looking at the kinds of support that computers can give to groups of learners working collaboratively, and then look more deeply at some of the issues in designing environments to support collaborative learning trails and at tools and techniques, including collaborative filtering, that can be used for analysing collaborative trails. We then review the state-of-the-art in supporting collaborative learning in three different areas – experimental academic systems, systems using mobile technology (which are also generally academic), and commercially available systems. The final part of the deliverable presents three scenarios that show where technology that supports groups working collaboratively and producing collaborative trails may be heading in the near future

Topics: csis
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.bbk.ac.uk.oai2:197

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