Fischer, F., Kollar, I., Mandl, H., Haake, J.M. (Eds.)
2007, XXII, 344 p.
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Research on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) is a multidisciplinary field located at the intersection of cognitive psychology, computer science, and education. Yet, the different epistemological and theoretical backgrounds of these disciplines often make fruitful exchange between them difficult. CSCL urgently needs to develop and use boundary concepts that can bring these fields closer together to improve cumulative research and development of computer-supported learning environments. Scripting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning focuses on one term with the potential to become a real boundary concept in CSCL—"scripting".
Scripting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, which has collected advanced script approaches, demonstrates the opportunities for using synergy to apply the script concept between perspectives and interdisciplinary CSCL approaches to scripting.
This volume represents the state of the art of research on scripting computer-supported collaborative learning and provides a starting point for the development of a common understanding of scripting in CSCL. Research on collaboration scripts has an extraordinary potential for advancing the multidisciplinary endeavor of CSCL research and this book provides a rich basis for further exploring and realizing this potential. As such, it will be a valuable resource for research, development, and teaching.
Group processes in the classroom.- Cognitive Perspectives.- Scripting Collaborative Learning Processes: A Cognitive Perspective.- Can People Learn Computer-Mediated Collaboration by Following A Script?.- Scripting in Net-Based Medical Consultation: The Impact of External Representations on Giving Advice and Explanations.- Scripting Laypersons’ Problem Descriptions in Internet-Based Communication with Experts.- Discussion.- Computational Perspectives.- Scripting Collaborative Learning in Agent-Based Systems.- Modeling CSCL Scripts — a Reflection on Learning Design Approaches.- Scripted Anchored Discussion of Multimedia Lecture Recordings.- Flexible Scripting in Net-Based Learning Groups.- Discussion.- Educational Perspectives.- Scripting Argumentative Knowledge Construction in Computer-Supported Learning Environments.- Supporting Collaborative Learning in Videoconferencing Using Collaboration Scripts and Content Schemes.- The Roles of Scripts in Promoting Collaborative Discourse in Learning by Design.- Educational Perspectives on Scripting CSCL.- Interdisciplinary Perspectives.- Designing Integrative Scripts.- The Interplay of Internal and External Scripts.- Discussion.