Intro/keynote: gerhard fischer

Wednesday, July 18, 2007
1:30 Welcome and Conference Opening
Conference Co-chairs Cindy Hmelo-Silver and Angela O’Donnell Rutgers Graduate School of Education Dean Richard De Lisi Rutgers University President Richard L. McCormick 2:00- 3:00
Keynote: Gerhard Fischer - Designing Socio-Technical
Environments in Support of Meta-Design and Social

Symposium: Redefining learning goals of very long-term
learning across many different fields of activity

Naomi Miyake, Roy Pea, Brigid Barron, Daniel Schwartz, Rogers Hall Paper Session 1. Tools & Interfaces
171 - Expressive Pen-Based Interfaces for Math Education Sharon Oviatt, Alexander Arthur, Yaro Brock, Julia Cohen 329 - An Efficient and Flexible Technical Approach to Develop and Deliver Online Peer Assessment Yongwu Miao, Rob Koper 415 - Evaluating the Effect of Feedback from a CSCL Problem Solving Environment on Learning, Interaction, and Perceived Interdependence Gahgene Gweon, Carolyn Rose, Emil Albright, Yue Cui Paper Session 2. Games
282 - Tracing Insider Knowledge Across Time and Spaces: A Connective Ethnography in a Teen Online Game World Deborah Fields, Yasmin Kafai 409 - Massively Multiplayer Online Games & Education: An Outline of Research Constance Steinkuehler 410 - Tools of Play: Coordinating Games, Characters, and Actions While Learning to Play Video Games Tom Satwicz, Reed Stevens Interactive Session 1. CSCL Tools and Contexts

138 - Reality television, fan behavior, and participation in online communities of practice
Erica Halverson
242 - Animated science education: Possible pitfalls of computer supported collaborative
Göran Karlsson, Jonas Ivarsson
276 - Learning from Digital Video: An Exploration of How Interactions Affect Outcomes
Robb Lindgren, Roy Pea, Sarah Lewis, Joe Rosen
423 - MUVEs as a powerful means to study situated learning
Jody Clarke, Chris Dede
268 - Towards a Community Incubator: The ICAP Design Framework for Social
Constructivist Educational Designers
Der-Thanq "Victor" Chen , David Hung
199 - Technology in a Context: Enabling students to collaboratively participate at the
interface of computation and social science
Richard Alterman, Johann Larusson
5:00- 6:00 ijCSCL Editorial Board Meeting
6:00- 7:30
Welcome Reception and Poster Session A
135 - Fostering Students' Participation in Face-to-Face Interactions and Deepening Their Understanding by Integrating Personal and Shared Spaces Etsuji Yamaguchi, Shigenori Inagaki, Masanori Sugimoto, Fusako Kusunoki, Akiko Deguchi, Yuichiro Takeuchi, Takao Seki, Sanae Tachibana, Tomokazu Yamamoto 152 - About the Complexity of CSCL Systems Jacques Lonchamp 198 - Argumentation Vee Diagrams (AVDs) Enrich Online Discussions E. Michael Nussbaum, Denise L. Winsor, Yvette M. Aqui, Anne M. Poliquin 223 - Complex Network Theory Approach to the Assessment on Collective Knowledge Advancement through Scientifc Discourse in CSCL Jun Oshima, Ritsuko Oshima 224 - Supporting Collaborative Learning in Online Higher Education through Activity Awareness Chris Amelung, James Laffey, Paul Turner 234 - Exploring Embedded Guidance and Self-efficacy in Educational Multi-user Virtual Environments Brian Nelson, Diane Ketelhut 247 - Examining the Dual Function of Computational Technology on the Conception of Mathematical Proof Diler Oner 275 - Fostering collaborative problem solving for pupils with cognitive disabilities Andreas Lingnau, Peter Zentel 303 - Enabling Organizational Learning through Event Reporting: A Case Study in a Health Care Context Pei-Ju Liu, James Laffey, Karen Cox 308 - Interaction Rules: their place in collaboration software Robert Kildare, Ray Willliams, Jacky Hartnett, Peter Reimann 310 - The Organization of Collaborative Math Problem Solving Activities across Dual Interaction Spaces Murat Cakir, Alan Zemel, Gerry Stahl 318 - Visualisations for team learning: small teams working on long-term projects Judy Kay, Kalina Yacef, Peter Reimann 321 - Using Online Social Networks in an Elective Learning Environment to Support Underrepresented Students’ Engagement in Postsecondary Education Christine Greenhow 332 - The Fourth Man – Supporting self-organizing group formation in learning communities Malzahn Nils, Harrer Andreas, Zeini Sam 341 - Using Social Network Analysis to Explore the Dynamics of Tele-mentors' Meta-support in Practice Fei-Ching Chen, Huo-Ming Jiang 355 - Process Gain: A Task on Which Real Groups Outperformed Invididuals Modeled Under Perfect-Knowledge-Sharing Assumptions David Sears 362 - Boda Blocks: A Collaborative Tool for Exploring Tangible Three-Dimensional Cellular Automata Leah Buechley, Michael Eisenberg 365 - Online Video Repository and Supportive Community for Beginning Teachers Greg Wientjes, Jawed Karim 368 - Learning About Transfer in an Online Problem-Based Course Alan Bitterman, Natalie Hatrak, Cindy Hmelo-Silver 379 - Are core objectives of web-based collaborative inquiry learning already core learning prerequisites? The case of argumentation competences and computer literacy Ingo Kollar, Christof Wecker, Frank Fischer, Carmen Kohnle, Jim Slotta 402 - Scaffolding Preservice Teachers Online: The Roles of Interest and Mathematical Beliefs Lillian S. Ray, K. Ann Renninger 411 - Sharing Visual Context to Facilitate Late Overhearer's Understanding of the Handheld-Based Learning Activity Kibum Kim, Deborah Tatar, Steve Harrison 429 - The impact of 3-D based group interactions in an on-line problem-based learning environment Nicholas Omale, Wei-Chen Hung, Lara Luetkehans, Jessamine Cooke-Plagwitz 433 - Professional Visions in the Liminal Worlds of Graphs Ken Wright 438 - The Socio-Technical Process of Newcomer Participation: Lessons from a Field Study Aditya Johri Thursday July 19, 2007

7:30- 8:45 CSCL Committee
9:00- 10:00 Keynote: Diane Laurillard - The Pedagogical
Challenges to Mobile Collaborative Technologies

10:15- 11:45
Paper Session 3. Methodological tools
258 - A Learnable Content & Participation Analysis Toolkit for Assessing CSCL Learning Outcomes and Processes Nancy Law, Johnny Yuen, Ronghuai Huang, Yanyan Li, Nicol Pan 261 - Time is precious: Why process analysis is essential for CSCL (and can also help to bridge between experimental and descriptive methods) Peter Reimann 347 - A Framework for Eclectic Analysis of Collaborative Interaction Daniel Suthers, Nathan Dwyer, Ravi Vatrapu Paper Session 4. Knowledge Building
188 - CSCL Interaction Analysis for Assessing Knowledge Building Outcomes: Method and Tool Yanyan Li, Jian Liao, Jing Wang, Ronghuai Huang 209 - A Theoretical Framework of Collaborative Knowledge Building with Wikis – a Systemic and Cognitive Perspective Ulrike Cress, Joachim Kimmerle 434 - Fostering Knowledge Building Using Concurrent, Embedded and Transformative Assessment for High- and Low-Achieving Students Carol, K.K. Chan, Eddy, Y. C. Lee Paper session 5. Informal Learning
236 - Understanding Classroom Culture Through a Theory of Dialogism: What Happens When Cheating and Collaboration Collide? Sarita Yardi, Dan Perkel 260 - Emergence of Learning in Computer-Supported, Large-Scale Collective Dynamics: A Research Agenda Manu Kapur, David Hung, Michael Jacobson, John Voiklis, Charles Kinzer, Victor Chen Der-Thanq 295 - Turning On Minds with Computers in the Kitchen: Supporting Group Reflection in the Midst of Engaging in Hands-on Activities Christina Gardner, Janet Kolodner Interactive Session 2. Visualizations and representational

214 - Online visualization of agreement and discussion during computer-supported collaborative learning Jeroen Janssen, Gijsbert Erkens, Paul Kirschner, Gellof Kanselaar 235 - Towards a Flexible Model for Computer-based Analysis and Visualization of Collaborative Learning Activities Andreas Harrer, Sam Zeini, Georgios Kahrimanis, Nikolaos Avouris, Jose Antonio Marcos, Alejandra Martinez-Mones, Anne Maier, Nikol Rummel, Hans Spada 311 - Catalysts to creating representational tools and the benefits for learning Lee Martin, Daniel Schwartz 349 - Boundary conditions for applying argumentative diagrams Marije Van Amelsvoort, Seger Breugelmans 384 - Exploring the Potential of a Handheld Participatory Simulation and Social Network Application for Revealing Decision-Making Processes for Information Seeking Amongst Middle School Students Susan Yoon 344 - The Use of "Knowledge Types" as Scripting Tool to Enhance Critical Thinking in Online Discussions Hilde Van Keer, Tammy Schellens, Bram De Wever, Martin Valcke 11:45-1:30 Poster Session B
126 - Video Traces: Creating Common Space between University and Public Schools for Preparing New Teachers Amit Saxena, Reed Stevens 128 - From the individual to the group: tracing preservice teachers’ conceptions of transformational technologies Elvira K. Katic 131 - ProBoPortable: Does the Cellular Phone Software Promote Emergent Division of Labor in Project-Based Learning? Toshio Mochizuki, Hiroshi Kato, Kazaru Yaegashi, Toshihisa Nishimori, Yusuke Nagamori, Shinobu Fujita 151 - Wiki Design For Teacher Interventions In Collaborative Production Ingvill Rasmussen, Andreas Lund, Ole Smoerdal 154 - How Can The Design Of Educational Technologies Affect Graduate Students' Epistemologies About Learning? Yael Kali, Tamar Ronen Fuhrmann 157 - Studying the effects of scripts and technology on cooperative learning
Guan-Yu Lin, James M. Laffey, Kristin A. Buss
158 - Using Learning Management Systems to Support Students' Collaborative
Learning in Higher Education
Stephanie D. Teasley, Steven Lonn
187 - Effects of Previous Messages' Evaluations, Knowledge Content, Social Cues and
Personal Information on the Current Message During Online Discussion
Gaowei Chen, Ming Ming Chiu
193 - Helping Teachers in Designing CSCL Scenarios: a Methodology Based on the
LDL Language
Christine Ferraris, Christian Martel, Laurence Vignollet
194 - Let’s Read Together: An Evaluation Of A Computer Assisted Reciprocal Early
English Reading System
Yu-Ju Lan, Yao-Ting Sung, Kuo-En Chang
204 - Learning Writing By Reviewing in Science
Kwangsu Cho, Christian Schunn, Kyungbin Kwon
211 - Information as a Social Achievement: Collaborative Information Behavior in CSCL
Nan Zhou, Alan Zemel, Gerry Stahl
220 - Student Competition in Computer-Mediated Conferencing Courses
Vanessa Peters, Jim Hewitt
231 - Interaction Analysis in Asynchronous Discussions: Lessons learned on the
learners’ perspective, using the DIAS system
Tharrenos Bratitsis, Angelique Dimitracopoulou
239 - Designing Collaborative Mathematics Activities for Classroom Device Networks
Tobin White, Kevin Lai, Garrett Kenehan

249 - The disembodied act: Copresence and indexical symmentry in computer-
mediated communication
Alan Zemel, Wesley Shumar, Murat Cakir
262 - PhysHint--a qualitative study of student's cognitive elaboration in CSCL
Ning Ding
251 - Appropriation of a Graphical Shared Workspace: The Learner-Tool Connection
Maarten Overdijk, Wouter Van Diggelen
358 - Exploring self-regulation in group contexts
Toni Kempler, Lisa Linnenbrink-Garcia
359 - Using Computer-Based Math Games as an Anchor for Cooperative Learning
Fengfeng Ke
385 - Why Technology Isn't Making a Difference: Coming to Terms with Ubiquitous
Learning in High School Classrooms
Erica Boling
388 - A Tale of Two Formats
Angela O'Donnell, Nicole DiDonato
406 - Making Thinking Visible: Growth in Graphical Literacy, Grades 3 to 4
Yongcheng Gan, Marlene Scardamalia, Huang-Yao Hong, Jianwei Zhang
12:00 - 1:00 ISLS Board Meeting
1:30- 3:00 Plenary Symposium: Methodologies for Analyzing
Group Interactions: Theory, Models, Methods and

Roger Azevedo, Ricki Goldman, Art Graesser, Kristiina Kumpulainen, Sten Ludvigsen, Phil Winne 3:30- 5:00
Symposium: Evaluating the Quality of Dialogical
Argumentation in CSCL: Moving Beyond an Analysis of
Formal Structure

392 - Evaluating the Quality of Dialogical Argumentation in CSCL: Moving Beyond an Analysis of Formal Structure Douglas Clark, Victor Sampson, Armin Weinberger, Gijsbert Erkens Paper Session 6. Cognitive processes in groups
156 - Meaning making in CSCL: Conditions and preconditions for cognitive processes by groups Gerry Stahl 278 - Effects of Technology-based Support for Explanation Construction on Learners' Discourse during Design-based Learning in Science Swaroop Vattam, Christopher Kramer, Hyungsin Kim, Janet Kolodner 309 - The role of problematizing moves in online knowledge building activities Ming Lai Paper session 7. Design principles
279 - Promoting Collaborative Learning in Higher Education: Design Principles for Hybrid Courses Rachel Levin-Peled, Yael Kali, Judy Dori 430 - Principles and Grand Challenges for the Future: A Prospectus for the CSCL Community Eric Hamilton 436 - Classroom Model, Model Classroom: Computer-Supported Methodology for Investigating Collaborative-Learning Pedagogy Dor Abrahamson, Paulo Blikstein, Uri Wilensky Demo Session A
219 - Engaging Students in Science Controversy Through an Augmented Reality Role-Playing Game Eric Rosenbaum, Eric Klopfer, Britton Boughner, Louisa Rosenheck 226 - Coordination Dynamics in CSCL based Chat Logs Miriam Weinel, Peter Reimann 160 - Conceptual and Computational Issues in the Formalization of Collaboration Scripts Andreas Harrer, Lars Kobbe, Nils Malzahn 230 - Demonstration of a Discussion Terminal for Knowledge Acquisition and Opinion Formation in Science Museums Kristin Knipfer, Carmen Zahn, Friedrich W. Hesse 272 - Computer Supported Moderation of E-Discussions: the ARGUNAUT Approach Reuma De Groot, Raul Drachman, Rakheli (Rachel) Hever, Baruch Schwarz, Ulrich Hoppe, Andreas Harrer, Maarten De Laat, Rupert Wegerif, Bruce M. McLaren, Benoit Baurens 339 - Tools for Concurrent, Embedded, and Transformative Assessment of Knowledge Building Processes and Progress Chris Teplovs, Zoe Donoahue, Marlene Scardamalia, Donald Philip 353 - Mentored Professional Development to Support Successful Integration of Technology-enhanced Science Curriculum Stephanie Corliss, Michele Spitulnik, Tara Higgins, Doug Kirkpatrick
315 - Wearable Tag Clouds: Visualizations to Facilitate New Collaborations
Daniel Steinbock, Roy Pea, Byron Reeves
296 - Transcendent Communities
Sam Joseph, Viil Lid, Dan Suthers

New York Harbor Dinner Cruise (reserve in advance) 6:00

Friday, July 20, 2007
7:30- 8:45 JLS Editorial Board Meeting
Keynote: Jeremy Roschelle - Can CSCL Make a Global

10:15- 11:45
Symposium: Orchestrating learning activities on the social
and the cognitive level to foster CSCL

Armin Weinberger, Douglas Clark, Pierre Dillenbourg, Dejana Diziol, Victor Sampson, Karsten Stegmann, Nikol Rummel, Fabrice Hong, Hans Spada, Bruce McLaren, Taiga Brahm, and Frank Fischer Paper Session 8: Methods of Scaffolding
144 - Instructional support for individual and collaborative demands in two net-based communication settings Miriam Hansen, Hans Spada 360 - Fading Scripts in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: The Role of Distributed Monitoring Christof Wecker, Frank Fischer 395 - Patterns of Collaboration in Design Courses: Team dynamics affect technology appropriation, artifact creation, and course performance Heidy Maldonado, Brian Lee, Scott Klemmer, Roy Pea Paper Session 9. Coordination
323 - The integration of synchronous communication across dual interaction spaces Martin Mühlpfordt, Gerry Stahl 403 - Small-group Face-to-Face Discussions in the Classroom: A New Direction of CSCL Research Wouter van Diggelen, Maarten Overdijk 394 - Creativity, Collaboration and Competence: Agency in Online Synchronous Chat Environment Elizabeth Charles, Wesley Shumar Interactive Session 3. Collaboration and social processes.
166 - An Innovative Approach for Fostering Computer-Supported Collaboration
Tanja Engelmann, Sigmar-Olaf Tergan
185 - Online but off-topic: Establishing common ground in small learning groups
Trena Paulus
232 - Information Sharing is Incongruous with Collaborative Convergence: The Case for
Daniel Suthers, Richard Medina, Ravi Vatrapu, Nathan Dwyer
283 - Illegitimate Practices as Legitimate Participation: Game Cheat Sites in a Teen
Virtual World
Deborah Fields, Yasmin Kafai
334 - From socially-mediated to technology-mediated coordination: A study of design
tensions using Group Scribbles
Yannis Dimitriadis, Juan Ignacio Asensio-Pérez, Davinia Hernández-Leo, Jeremy
Roschelle, John Brecht, Deborah Tatar, Raj Chaudhury, Chris DiGiano, Charles Patton
382 - Drawing on Practices for Modeling Socio-Technical Systems
Heidrun Allert, Christoph Richter
12:15- 1:15 ISLS Open Meeting
1:30- 3:00
Paper Session 10. Knowledge Construction
208 - Conceptual Representations Enhance Knowledge Construction in Asynchronous Collaboration Daniel Suthers, Ravi Vatrapu, Richard Medina, Sam Joseph 221 - Learning from virtual interaction: A review of research on online synchronous groups Anindito Aditomo, Peter Reimann 366 - Analyzing Collaborative Processes and Learning from Hypertext Through Hierarchical Linear Modelling Agni Stylianou, Elena Papanastasiou, Sadhana Puntambekar Paper Session 11. Shared Knowledge
314 - Partner Modeling Is Mutual Mirweis Sangin, Nicolas Nova, Gaëlle Molinari, Pierre Dillenbourg 326 - Supporting controversial CSCL discussions with augmented group awareness tools Juergen Buder, Daniel Bodemer 340 - Web based platforms in co-located practice - The use of a wiki as support for learning and instruction Gustav Lymer, Johan Lundin, Barry Brown, Mattias Rost, Lars Erik Holmquist Paper Session 12. CSCL and Science learning
273 - Sensitivities to Early Exchange in Synchronous Computer-supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Groups Manu Kapur, John Voiklis, Charles Kinzer 380 - Computer-supported Collaborative Learning and Conceptual Change Lei Liu, Cindy Hmelo-Silver 414 - Thinking Hard Together: the Long and Short of Collaborative Idea Generation in Scientific Inquiry Hao-Chuan Wang, Carolyn Rose, Yue Cui, Chun-Yen Chang, Chun-Chieh Huang, Tsai-Yen Li Demo Session B
244 - Collaborative Lesson Analysis in Virtual Groups: The Impact of Video on Student Teachers` Analysis and Reflection Processes Jan Henning, Ute Massler, Rolf Ploetzner, Peter Huppertz 274 - Combining Structural, Process-oriented and Textual Elements to Generate Awareness Indicators for Graphical E-discussions Rakheli (Rachel) Hever, Reuma De Groot, Maarten De Laat, Andreas Harrer, Ulrich Hoppe, Bruce M. McLaren, Oliver Scheuer 300 - Implementation of the Scrabble Game on the Mobile Devices to Increase English Vocabulary Acquisition Chiu-Pin Lin, Hui-Chung Hung, Yi-Chen Lin, Shelley S.-C. Young 381 - Using Social Network Analysis to Highlight an Emerging Online Community of Practice Anthony Cocciolo, Hui Soo Chae, Gary Natriello 393 - Virtual Communities of Care: Online Peer Networks with Post-Organ Transplant Youth Marina Bers, Clement Chau, Keiko Satoh, Laura Beals 375 - Computational Literacy and Mathematics Learning in a Virtual World: Identity, Embodiment, and Empowered Media Engagement Sneha Veeragoudar Harrell, Dor Abrahamson 269 - Just a cog in the machine: participatory robotics as a tool for understanding collaborative learning and decision-making Paulo Blikstein, William Rand, Uri Wilensky Symposium: Fostering Peer Collaboration with Technology
Janice Gobert, James Slotta, Jody Clarke, Chris Dede, Hannie Gijlers, Nadira Saab, Wouter van Joolingen, Ton de Jong, Ken Koedinger Paper Session 13. Collaborative work
280 - How Does Net-Based Interdisciplinary Collaboration Change with Growing Domain Expertise? Nikol Rummel, Sabine Hauser, Hans Spada 345 - Combining Social Network Analysis with Semantic Relations to Support the Evolution of a Scientific Community Andreas Harrer, Nils Malzahn, Sam Zeini, Ulrich Hoppe 387 - Interdisciplinarity in the CSCL Community – an Empirical Study Martin Wessner, Andrea Kienle Paper session 14. Social processes in CSCL interactions
181 - Do internal factors of cooperation influence computer-mediated distance activity? Kristine Lund, Céline Rossetti, Stéphanie Metz 183 - Group Awareness and Self-Presentation in the Information-Exchange Dilemma: An Interactional Approach Joachim Kimmerle, Ulrike Cress 210 - Influence of group member familiarity on online collaborative learning Jeroen Janssen, Gijsbert Erkens, Paul Kirschner, Gellof Kanselaar Interactive Session 4. Knowledge building and learning
190 - Constructing new knowledge in collaboration: instructional support for improving
information pooling and processing in groups
Hans Spada, Anne Meier
243 - Improving Young Learners’ Scientific Understanding in CSCL Environments
Hyo-Jeong So
253 - Toward collaborative technologies supporting cognitive skills for mutual regard
Tom Murray
306 - From Theory of Mind to a Theory of Distributed Shared Sense-Making
Barbara Ladewski, Annemarie S. Palincsar, Joseph S. Krajcik
399 - Epistemological perturbations: Using material artifacts to cultivate a knowledge
building culture in classrooms
John Ow, Katerine Bielaczyc
437 - Collaboration, Computation, and Creativity: Media Arts Practices in Urban Youth
Kylie Peppler, Yasmin Kafai
325 - Process- and context-sensitive research on academic knowledge practices:
Developing CASS-tools and methods
Hanni Muukkonen, Kai Hakkarainen, Kari Kosonen, Satu Jalonen, Annamari Heikkilä,
Kirsti Lonka, Katariina Salmela-Aro, Juha Linnanen, Kari Salo
7:30- 11:00 International Wine Tasting with Live Music.
Saturday, July 21, 2007

7:30-8:45 APSCE Open Meeting

9:00 - 10:30 Plenary Symposium: Games in Schools, Clubs,
Homes and Fandom Communities: Opportunities and
Challenges in Understanding Learning and Collaboration

Yasmin Kafai, Chris Dede, Erica Halverson, Tom Satwicz, 11:00- 12:30
ijCSCL Invited Symposium: Making use of productive
tensions in CSCL

Friedrich W. Hesse, Gerry Stahl, Tim Koschmann, Dan Suthers, Peter Reimann, Jürgen Buder, Ulrike Cress Paper Session 15. Argumentation
215 - Fostering argumentation with script and content scheme in videoconferencing Birgitta Kopp, Heinz Mandl 330 - Effects of synchronous and asychronous CMC on interactive argumentation Lisette Munneke, Jerry Andriessen, Paul Kirschner, Gellof Kanselaar 367 - Collaborative Argumentation and Cognitive Processing - An Empirical Study in a Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Environment Karsten Stegmann, Christof Wecker, Armin Weinberger, Frank Fischer Paper Session 16. CSCL and Teacher practices
161 - The Relation between Schoolteachers’ Perceptions about Collaborative Learning and Their Employment of Online Instruction Tamar Inbal-Shamir, Yael Kali 271 - Intuitive moderation styles and beliefs of teachers in CSCL-based argumentation Julia Gil, Baruch B. Schwarz, Christa S. C. Asterhan 294 - A Reflective Analysis of Facilitation in an Online Problem-Based Learning Activity Sharon Derry, Matt DelMarcelle Interactive Session 5. Interaction processes
207 - Fostering Audience Design of Computer-Mediated Knowledge Communication by
Knowledge Mirroring
Jessica Dehler, Daniel Bodemer, Juergen Buder
252 - The Effects of Conversations with Regulars and Administrators on the
Participation of New Users in a Virtual Learning Community
Yevgeniy Medynskiy, Amy Bruckman
298 - The Student Becomes the Master: Integrating Peer Tutoring with Cognitive
Erin Walker, Nikol Rummel, Bruce McLaren, Kenneth Koedinger
316 - Source Memorization in Chat Interactions
Gaëlle Molinari, Patrick Jermann, Pierre Dillenbourg
407 - The relationship between student interaction and message readability in
asynchronous online discussions
Jim Hewitt, Vanessa Peters
421 - Impact of Anonymity of Input in Next-Generation Classroom Networks
Sarah Davis
112 - Understanding Pair-Programming from a Socio-cultural Perspective
Weiqin Chen, Marius Nordbø
12:30 Closing Ceremonies



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