Leveraging Researcher Multivocality for Insights on Collaborative Learning - White Paper

Abstract : This workshop targets researchers in the Learning Sciences, Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) and Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) communities who are interested in how human interaction leads to learning. Such researchers come from many different disciplines (psychology, linguistics, cognitive science, computer science, didactics, etc.) and thus employ diverse methods in pursuing their specific research goals as well as hold diverse theoretical assumptions in relation to these goals. Many of us are interested in the richness that an interdisciplinary approach to studying learning in human interaction can provide, but in order to profit from this, we must find a systematic way of leveraging our diversity to further our understanding in spite of potential incommensurable differences that may occur across traditions. Recognizing this diversity as a necessary multivocality has led our group to reflect upon ways in which such multivocality can be productive for the communities involved. In particular our objective is to make progress towards better understanding the role of human interaction in learning, an understanding that should transcend disciplinary boundaries. This workshop proposes a systematic method for promoting fresh dialogue between the relevant research traditions with the objective of making new claims about learning.
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Carolyn P Rosé, Gregory Dyke, Nancy Law, Kris Lund, Dan Suthers, et al.. Leveraging Researcher Multivocality for Insights on Collaborative Learning - White Paper. Alpine Rendez-Vous 2011, 2011, La Clusaz, France. ⟨hal-00692027⟩

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