Collaboration Increase Through Monitoring and Evaluation Mechanisms of the Collaborative Learning Process

  title={Collaboration Increase Through Monitoring and Evaluation Mechanisms of the Collaborative Learning Process},
  author={Vanessa Agredo Delgado and C{\'e}sar Alberto Collazos and Habib M. Fardoun and Nehme Safa},
Computer supported collaborative learning is a research area that is concerned with collaborative activities that generate learning, through the use of software for interaction between its participants. This area focuses mainly on how people can learn together with the help of computers, being one of the most promising innovations to improve teaching and learning with the help of modern information and communication technologies. In many situations, it has been believed that the availability of… 
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