Analysing student interaction processes in order to improve collaboration . The DEGREE approach

  title={Analysing student interaction processes in order to improve collaboration . The DEGREE approach},
  author={Dep. de Ingenieria Electrica},
  • Dep. de Ingenieria Electrica
  • Published 2000
Computer mediated collaborative learning allows the recording of a large amount of data about the interaction processes and the task performance of a group of students. This empirical data is a very rich source to mine for a variety of purposes. Some purposes are of practical nature like, for instance, the improvement of peer awareness on the on-going work. Other purposes are of a more long-term and fundamental scope such as to understand socio-cognitive correlations between collaboration and… CONTINUE READING
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