Interpretation Issues in Monitoring and Analyzing Group Interactions in Asynchronous Discussions

@article{Bratitsis2008InterpretationII,
  title={Interpretation Issues in Monitoring and Analyzing Group Interactions in Asynchronous Discussions},
  author={Tharrenos Bratitsis and Angelique Dimitracopoulou},
  journal={IJeC},
  year={2008},
  volume={4},
  pages={20-40}
}
DIAS is an Asynchronous Discussion Forum Software, mainly developed in order to offer extended monitoring and interaction analysis support, by providing a wide range of indicators jointly used in various situations, to all discussion forae users (individual students, groups, moderators/teachers or even researchers/observers), appropriate for their various roles in different activities. In this paper we focus on the explanatory and interpretation issues that arise when the integrated Interaction… CONTINUE READING
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