Analysing Educational Dialogue Interaction : Towards Models that Support Learning

  title={Analysing Educational Dialogue Interaction : Towards Models that Support Learning},
  author={Rachel M. Pilkington},
Responses to the call exceeded expectation and, as a consequence, the special issue has had to be published in two parts. It seems that research in this field is now not only timely but necessary to the design of interactive systems that support learning and the evaluation of CMC in learning contexts. This editorial attempts to present an overview of the issues raised by papers in the special issue. 
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