Gary Natriello

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In this exploratory study, Cocciolo, Chae and Natriello investigate the extent to which the communicative processes exhibited within a large digital repository illustrate the emergence of an online community of practice (CoP). In order to make this claim, we present a method for identifying the emergence of an online CoP using Social Network Analysis (SNA)(More)
Online surveys are becoming more popular as a means of information gathering in both academia and industry because of their relatively low cost and delivery. However, there are increasing debates on data quality in online surveys. We present a novel survey prototyping tool that integrates embedded learning resources to facilitate the survey prototyping(More)
Learning from dialogues is a powerful pedagogy. Video-based and dialogic learning have become increasingly commonplace over the last decade and gradually evolve as one of the most popular teaching & learning strategies for modern e-learning (i.e. MOOCs). Identifying high-quality video dialogues is increasingly challenging because of the sheer number of(More)
ResearchBroker is an online system, which connects academic researchers with real-world research opportunities at companies, organizations and government institutions. A number of companies and organizations don't have the expertise or the resources to conduct research studies on their application software/systems. Similarly PhD students are looking for(More)
This poster presentation will reflect qualitatively on the challenges and opportunities of PocketKnowledge (http://pocketknowledge.tc.columbia.edu/home.php) as an institutional repository. The main question explored is whether such repositories are best understood as new competitors in the academic publishing world or as on-going documentations of the(More)
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