Computer Supported Collaborative Learning

@inproceedings{Suthers1995ComputerSC,
  title={Computer Supported Collaborative Learning},
  author={Daniel D. Suthers},
  booktitle={NATO ASI Series},
  year={1995}
}
This is an informal discussion from my personal perspective on computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL). I envision an epical opportunity for promising new media to enable interpersonal interaction with today’s network technologies. While asynchronous media have often been tried in classroom settings, I have found that synchronous text chat in small workgroups can be particularly engaging in certain circumstances—although perhaps chat can often be integrated with asynchronous hypermedia… CONTINUE READING
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