Linda J. Castañeda

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This paper reports on a naturalistic study of peer-to-peer learning, in a live, online video meeting context. Over a six-month period a group of international students of animation attended 99 live, online ‘‘study group’’ events amounting to around 120 hours of live ‘‘broadcast meeting time’’. Some meetings were very large, with up to 34 participants, but(More)
This paper identifies trends in the emerging models of knowledge production available in our society. We suggest it is crucial not only to be aware of these emerging models but also to be open to opportunities and possibilities that may still develop. We consider how people may express different levels of solidarity and commitment to these trends and models(More)
Online meetings are increasingly popular in support of technology-enhanced learning collaboration. When these virtual meetings are recorded and shared in the host community and beyond, they can become artefacts in the learning process themselves and offer significant ‘reuse’ potential. In a longitudinal study of students working in a peer-support context,(More)
The main purpose behind the design of this experience is the idea of obtaining useful information to know how the online courses in our University have been developed, and trying to understand the process from planning to completion. With this information we intend to provide teachers involved in our research reports that reflect what happened and offer(More)
* This monograph will be also published in Spanish (full version printed; summary, abstracts, and some articles online) by Novática, journal of the Spanish CEPIS society ATI (Asociación de Técnicos de Informática) at UPGRADE monographs are also published in Spanish (full version printed; summary, abstracts and some articles online) by Novática UPGRADE is(More)
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