Understanding children's collaborative interactions in shared environments

@article{Scott2003UnderstandingCC,
  title={Understanding children's collaborative interactions in shared environments},
  author={Stacey D. Scott and Regan Lee Mandryk and Kori Inkpen Quinn},
  journal={J. Comp. Assisted Learning},
  year={2003},
  volume={19},
  pages={220-228}
}
Traditional computer technology offers limited support for face-to-face, synchronous collaboration. Consequently, children who wish to collaborate while using computers must adapt their interactions to the single-user paradigm of most personal computers. Recent technological advances have enabled the development of co-located groupware systems offering support for concurrent, multi-user interactions around a shared display. These systems provide a unique collaboration environment in which users… CONTINUE READING

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