Symmetric Synchronous Collaborative Navigation Applied to E-learning

  title={Symmetric Synchronous Collaborative Navigation Applied to E-learning},
  author={Marco Ronchetti and Luca Gerosa and Alessandra Giordani and Amy Soller},
Synchronous collaborative navigation is a form of social navigation where users virtually share a web browser. We developed a system based on a symmetric, proxy-based architecture with the intent of using synchronous navigation to support collaborative problem-solving-oriented e-learning, and to allow investigating the nature of collaboration. This paper discusses context, architecture and implementation 

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