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International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning

International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning

An Official Publication of the International Society of the Learning Sciences

Editor-in-Chief: Sten R. Ludvigsen

ISSN: 1556-1607 (print version)
ISSN: 1556-1615 (electronic version)

Journal no. 11412

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Sten R. Ludvigsen, Norway

Executive Editors

Ulrike Cress, Germany

Nancy Law, Hong Kong

Gerry Stahl, USA

Associate Editors

Carol Chan, Hong Kong

Sanna Järvelä, Finland

Manu Kapur, Singapore

Peter Reimann, Australia

Carolyn Penstein Rosé, USA

Baruch Schwarz, Israel

Daniel Suthers, USA

Editorial Board

Rick Alterman, USA

Hans Christian Arnseth, Norway

Michael Baker, France

Daniel Bodemer, Germany

Paul Brna, Germany

Jürgen Buder, Germany

Murat Perit Çakir, USA

Tak-Wai Chan, Taiwan

Elizabeth Charles, Canada

Cesar Collazos, Colombia

Sharon Derry, USA

Bram DeWever, Belgium

Pierre Dillenbourg, Switzerland

Angelique Dimitracopoulou, Greece

Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld, Denmark

Noel Enyedy, USA

Frank Fischer, Germany

Andrea Forte, USA

Hugo Fuks, Brazil

Sean Goggins, USA

Ricki Goldman, USA

Frode Guriybe, Norway

Jörg Haake, Germany

Kai Hakkarainen, Finland

Friedrich Hesse, Germany

Cindy Hmelo-Silver, USA

Christopher Hoadley, USA

Ulrich Hoppe, Germany

Michael Jacobson, Australia

Patrick Jermann, Switzerland

Richard Joiner, UK

Fengfeng Ke, USA

Andrea Kienle, Germany

Joachim Kimmerle, Germany

Paul Kirschner, Netherlands

Timothy Koschmann, USA

Thérèse Laferrière, Canada

Minna Lakkala, Finland

Mary Lamon, Canada

Mark J. W. Lee, Australia

Oskar Lindwall, Sweden

Chee-Kit Looi, Singapore

Jingyan Lu, Hong Kong

Andreas Lund, Norway

Kris Lund, France

Richard Medina, USA

Anders MØrch, Norway

Bonnie Nardi, USA

Miguel Nussbaum, Chile

Claire O'Malley, UK

Jun Oshima, Japan

Roy Pea, USA

Rudiger Pfister, Germany

Mingzhu Qiu, Canada

Jochen Rick, Germany

Nikol Rummel, Germany

Roger Säljö, Sweden

Marlene Scardamalia, Canada

Hans Spada, Germany

Chris Teplovs, Canada

Jan van Aalst, Hong Kong

Marjaana Veermans, Finland

Rupert Boudewijn Wegerif, UK

Armin Weinberger, Germany

Martin Wessner, Germany

Tobin Frye White, USA

Alyssa Wise, Canada

Jianwei Zhang, USA

Coco Zhao Ke, China

Editorial Staff

Rolf Steier, Norway

Sebastian Groteloh, Germany

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