• Published 2012

Challenging Assumptions : using sliding window visualizations to reveal time-based irregularities in CSCL processes

@inproceedings{Dyke2012ChallengingA,
  title={Challenging Assumptions : using sliding window visualizations to reveal time-based irregularities in CSCL processes},
  author={Gregory Dyke},
  year={2012}
}
Temporality and the unfolding of collaborative processes over time are an important aspect in understanding the underlying mechanisms of collaborative learning. In this paper, we describe how interactive sliding window visualizations can integrate with existing methodologies to provide new insight into how interactions develop over time. We illustrate the value of these visualizations by performing a secondary analysis of a corpus analysed in a previous study to show how new insight can be… CONTINUE READING

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