Enhancing Deliberation Through Computer Supported Argument Mapping

  title={Enhancing Deliberation Through Computer Supported Argument Mapping},
  author={Tim van Gelder},
logical complexity into simple, colourful diagrams. When used with a touch-sensitive screen such as the SMART Board pictured above, the argument maps become manipulable in a very direct sense. Photo: Michael Silver. This suggests that something else is the key difference between the Reason! approach and traditional approaches. Our hunch at this stage is that it is argument mapping. Exercises conducted in the argument mapping format give students a strong 
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