Method and tools for analysis of collaborative problem-solving activities

@inproceedings{Avouris2004MethodAT,
  title={Method and tools for analysis of collaborative problem-solving activities},
  author={Nikolaos M. Avouris and Vassilis Komis and Georgios Fiotakis and Angelique Dimitracopoulou and Meletis Margaritis},
  year={2004}
}
This paper provides an overview of the “Object-oriented Collaboration Analysis Framework (OCAF)” a method proposed for analysis and evaluation of collaborative problem solving activities of groups of actors, mediated by collaboration-support technology. This framework puts emphasis on the abstract and tangible objects that appear during the development of a solution to a given problem. The notions of the “objects’ histories” and “objects’ ownership” are introduced by this analytical framework… CONTINUE READING

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