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This study intended to use CELL system to aid storytelling activity for the enhancement of creativity of seven hearing-impaired students. The design of CELL was based on the idea of connectivism and employed an open source on the Internet. Cell allows storytelling members to exchange episodes and ideas with each other via network. Members can search and(More)
The Internet can be used to promote collaborative learning among students. However, since the web-based collaborative learning environment relies entirely on the availability of computers and the Internet, students do not always have access to the system, leading to doubt in the interaction among the students, and reducing the effectiveness of collaborative(More)
The emergence of low-price computers has made possible numerous new ways of classroom learning. The personal devices that are applied in a manner without interoperation with appropriate peripherals may interfere with face-to-face collaboration since the personal devices were design for personal usages. To improve the collaboration that takes place in small(More)
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