Integrating the CSCL Activities into Virtual Campuses : Foundations of a new Infrastructure for Distributed Collective Activities

@inproceedings{Bourguin2001IntegratingTC,
  title={Integrating the CSCL Activities into Virtual Campuses : Foundations of a new Infrastructure for Distributed Collective Activities},
  author={Gr{\'e}gory Bourguin and Alain Derycke},
  year={2001}
}
The integration of CSCL tools inside larger platforms like Virtual Campuses is often impossible. To overcome this problem, our general assumption is that they need a common theoretical framework for their design. In this context and turning our interest into the Activity Theory, we aim at providing new systems foundations supporting large varieties of learning modes, trying to capture the contributions of the human sciences. This has been concretised in the DARE system. DARE supports the… CONTINUE READING
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