THEORIES OF COLLABORATIVE COGNITION : FOUNDATIONS FOR CSCL AND CSCW TOGETHER

@inproceedings{Stahl2011THEORIESOC,
  title={THEORIES OF COLLABORATIVE COGNITION : FOUNDATIONS FOR CSCL AND CSCW TOGETHER},
  author={Gerry Stahl},
  year={2011}
}
Both computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) are centrally concerned with teamwork, learning, problem solving, knowledge building, task accomplishment and other cognitive achievements by small groups of people. There are many theories useful for framing the cognitive work that groups undertake in CSCL and CSCW settings, and they may in principle not be reducible to a single theory. However, they seem foundational for both CSCL and CSCW… CONTINUE READING
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