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Research on Software Scaffolding and Community Support. Jörg M. Haake Joerg.Haake@FernUni-Hagen.de. Overview. Affordable virtual spaces for cooperative learning Computer-supported collaboration scripts Synchronous cooperative exercises Community support and scaffolding in CURE.

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research on software scaffolding and community support

Research on Software Scaffolding and Community Support

Jörg M. Haake

Joerg.Haake@FernUni-Hagen.de

overview
Overview

Affordable virtual spaces for cooperative learning

  • Computer-supported collaboration scripts
  • Synchronous cooperative exercises
  • Community support and scaffolding in CURE
computer supported collaboration scripts
Computer-supported collaboration scripts
  • Prescribe possible behaviour through
    • States,
    • Roles constraining actions, and
    • Transitions (changing state and role assignment)
  • Experimental study comparing different features
    • Collaboration script
    • Explicit referencing

=> positive impact of referencing for complex knowledge

  • Planned:
    • Comparing different UI designs for integrating awareness
    • Development environment for collaboration scripts
synchronous cooperative exercises 1
Synchronous cooperative exercises (1)
  • Special tool for a specific form of exercise
    • Brainstorming
    • Organizing concepts into a semantic net
synchronous cooperative exercises 2
Synchronous cooperative exercises (2)
  • Used in 2 courses; log data and group results analyzed
    • Voluntary participation
    • Groups (3-4 students) formed and mostly stayed together
    • Interaction changed over 3 sessions
      • social relationships formed
      • Less coordination
    • Groups did learn, discourse facilitated deeper insight
community support and scaffolding in cure 1
Community support and scaffolding in CURE (1)
  • CURE (Collaborative Universal Remote Education)
    • Rooms: shared workspaces for groups
    • Rooms provide:
      • Pages: learning material & tools
      • Communication channels
      • Awareness
    • Adjacent roomsform learning environment
    • Templatescontrol presentation and structure of pages
community support and scaffolding in cure 2
Community support and scaffolding in CURE (2)
  • Community Support
    • Managing collaborative spaces
      • Create/manipulate rooms
      • Access management
      • Communication: chat, discussions
      • Cooperation: shared pages
      • Coordination
        • Change notifications
        • Shared plans (pages)
        • Calendar, meeting scheduler
    • Group formation
    • Tailoring
community support and scaffolding in cure 3
Community support and scaffolding in CURE (3)
  • Scaffolding
    • Organizing learning activities in rooms and pages
    • Explicit instructions, milestones
    • Organization
      • Predefined (teacher)
      • Self-organized
      • Tailoring
    • Planned:
      • Integration of collaboration scripts
research on software scaffolding and community support1

Research on Software Scaffolding and Community Support

Jörg M. Haake

Joerg.Haake@FernUni-Hagen.de

personal background
Personal background
  • 1989-2001 at GMD-IPSI
    • Cooperative, open hypermedia systems
    • CSCW: authoring, meeting support, problem-solving
    • CSCL: collaboration scripts
  • Since 2001: FernUniversität in Hagen
    • Teaching: Distributed cooperative systems
    • Research: CSCL, support for cooperative learning among distributed students (and teachers)
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