Diana Kassabova

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Recent calls for a new discipline of 'web science' have proposed extending computer science to incorporate the social dimensions of computing. In this paper we outline a Masters course in Collaborative Computing, which employs a combination of collaborative pedagogy, collaborative technologies, and a corpus of research data from Global Virtual Teams to(More)
of each group member's contribution to the piece of work (Conway, Kember, Sivan and Wu, 1993). The problem areas for lecturers are in assessing whether all students have contributed equally and on how valid and reliable a group mark is. In the BIT programme at Otago Polytechnic there have been cases where members of a group have contributed much more to the(More)
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