Collaborative Knowledge Creation: Practices, Tools, Concepts by Anne Moen, Anders I. Mørch, Sami Paavola

By Anne Moen, Anders I. Mørch, Sami Paavola

This ebook offers views at the wisdom production metaphor of studying, and elaborates the trialogical method of studying. the information construction metaphor differs from either the purchase and the participation metaphors. In a nutshell trialogical methods search to interact newbies in joint paintings with shared items and artefacts mediated via collaboration expertise. The theoretical underpinnings stem from diversified origins, together with wisdom construction and cultural ancient task thought. The authors during this assortment introduce key ideas and strategies, clarify instruments designed and constructed to aid wisdom production, and record effects from case experiences in particular contexts. The ebook chapters combine theoretical, methodological, empirical and technological study, to difficult the empirical findings and to give an explanation for the layout of the data construction instruments. the objective audiences for this booklet are researchers, lecturers and Human source builders attracted to new views on technology-enhanced studying, emphasizing collaborative studying, technology-mediated wisdom construction, and functions of this for better schooling, instructor education and office studying. The ebook is the results of joint efforts from many individuals who took half within the Knowledge-practices Laboratory (KP-Lab) undertaking (2006-2011) supported by way of ecu FP6.

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