A systemic and cognitive view on collaborative knowledge building with wikis

  title={A systemic and cognitive view on collaborative knowledge building with wikis},
  author={Ulrike Cress and Joachim Kimmerle},
  journal={I. J. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning},
Wikis provide new opportunities for learning and for collaborative knowledge building as well as for understanding these processes. This article presents a theoretical framework for describing how learning and collaborative knowledge building take place. In order to understand these processes, three aspects need to be considered: the social processes facilitated by a wiki, the cognitive processes of the users, and how both processes influence each other mutually. For this purpose, the model… CONTINUE READING
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