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A systemic and cognitive view on collaborative knowledge building with wikis
A theoretical framework for describing how learning and collaborative knowledge building take place in a wiki is presented, which borrows from the systemic approach of Luhmann as well as from Piaget's theory of equilibration and combines these approaches.
Group awareness and self-presentation in computer-supported information exchange
An interaction effect of group awareness and PSP was found: when an awareness tool provided information concerning the contribution behavior of each individual, this tool was used as a self-presentation opportunity.
Wiki-supported learning and knowledge building: effects of incongruity between knowledge and information
A empirical test of a theoretical model of knowledge building with wikis confirmed that a medium level of incongruity between an individual's knowledge and the information that a wiki contains will best support learning.
The interplay between individual and collective knowledge: technologies for organisational learning and knowledge building
This article presents a framework model that defines knowledge building as a co-evolution of cognitive and social systems. Our model brings together Nonaka's knowledge-creating theory and Luhmann's…
The social psychology of knowledge management
Purpose – This article seeks to address the social aspects of handling knowledge and information. For this purpose, it considers findings from social psychology and discusses their applicability in…
Collaborative knowledge building with wikis: The impact of redundancy and polarity
Joint interactions in large online knowledge communities: The A3C framework
- Heisawn Jeong, U. Cress, Johannes Moskaliuk, J. Kimmerle
- EconomicsInt. J. Comput. Support. Collab. Learn.
- 10 July 2017
This work describes how technology has changed the way people interact in large communities and proposes a framework that distinguishes four types of joint interactions in online knowledge communities: Attendance, Coordination, Cooperation, and Collaboration (A3C framework).
Knowledge construction in an outsider community: Extending the communities of practice concept
Using Wikis for Learning and Knowledge Building: Results of an Experimental Study
The co-evolution model that attempts to examine processes of learning and knowledge building by working on wikis is described and an experimental study aimed at testing some predictions of this model empirically support the assumption that accommodative knowledge building and a development of conceptual knowledge takes place particularly when there is incongruity at a medium level.
Learning and Collective Knowledge Construction With Social Media: A Process-Oriented Perspective
- J. Kimmerle, Johannes Moskaliuk, Aileen Oeberst, U. Cress
- EducationEducational psychologist
- 3 April 2015
It is argued that a systems-theoretical constructivist approach is appropriate to examine the processes of educational social media use, namely, self-organization, the internalization of information, the externalization of knowledge, and the interplay of externalization and internalization providing the basis of a co-evolution of cognitive and social systems.