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by Francesca Pozzi,Donatella Persico

eBook Techniques for Fostering Collaboration in Online Learning Communities: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives download ISBN: 1616928980
Author: Francesca Pozzi,Donatella Persico
Publisher: IGI Global; 1 edition (September 30, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 424
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Category: Technologies
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Francesca Pozzi, Donatella Persico. Collaboration is, to date, extensively adopted for supporting learning processes, both in face-to-face and in virtual learning contexts.

Francesca Pozzi, Donatella Persico. However, technology profoundly changes the nature of human interactions and, consequently, also changes the nature of the collaborative learning process, yielding a range of new potentialities and problems.

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oceedings{F, title {Techniques for Fostering Collaboration in Online Learning Communities: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives}, author {Francesca Pozzi and Donatella Persico}, year {2010} }. Francesca Pozzi, Donatella Persico. This book provides a focused assessment of the peculiarities of online collaborative learning processes by looking at the strategies, methods, and techniques used to support and enhance debate and exchange among peers - Provided by publisher. View PDF. Save to Library.

Collaboration is, to date, extensively adopted for supporting learning processes, both in face-to-face and in virtual learning contexts. John rated it really liked it Sep 27, 2014.

Monitoring collaborative activities in computer supported collaborative learning Techniques for fostering collaboration in online learning communities: theoretical and practical perspectives. IGI Global: Hershey, NY, 2011.

Monitoring collaborative activities in computer supported collaborative learning. D Persico, F Pozzi, L Sarti. Distance Education 31 (1), 5-22, 2010. Detecting self-regulated learning in online communities by means of interaction analysis. G Dettori, D Persico. IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies 1 (1), 11-19, 2008. Techniques for fostering collaboration in online learning communities: theoretical and practical perspectives. Selfregulated learning in virtual communities. M Delfino, G Dettori, D Persico. Technology, Pedagogy and Education 17 (3), 195-205, 2008.

Techniques for Fostering Collaboration in Online Learning Communities: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives. Self-regulated learning (SRL) can be fostered by teachers' behaviour and feedback and by the creation of suitable learning environments. Self-regulated learning (SRL) can be fostered by teachers' behaviour and feedback and by the creation of suitable learning environments

Pozzi, Francesca, and Donatella Persico.

Pozzi, Francesca, and Donatella Persico. This book chapter focuses on how virtual 3D worlds can foster the collaboration both between instructors and students as well as between student peers in diverse learning settings.

p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. Summary: "This book provides a focused assessment of the peculiarities of online collaborative learning processes by looking at the strategies, methods, and techniques used to support and enhance debate and exchange among peers"-Provided by publisher.

Collaboration is, to date, extensively adopted for supporting learning processes, both in face-to-face and in virtual learning contexts. However, technology profoundly changes the nature of human interactions and, consequently, also changes the nature of the collaborative learning process, yielding a range of new potentialities and problems.

Techniques for Fostering Collaboration in Online Learning Communities: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives provides a focused assessment of the peculiarities of online collaborative learning processes by looking at the strategies, methods, and techniques used to support and enhance debate and exchange among peers. Offering an extensive discussion of the design, management, monitoring, and evaluation of learning processes, this work reviews issues from both a theoretical and practical viewpoint and includes methodological contributions as well as perspectives on real experiences.