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Week One

  • [analysis] - [download] - Scardamalia, M. & Bereiter, C. (1994) Computer support for knowledge-building communities. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 3(3), 265-283.

Week Two

  • [analysis] - [download] - Stahl, G., Sumner, T., & Owen, R. (1995). Share globally, adapt locally: Software to create and distribute student-centered curriculum. Computers and Education. Special issue on education and the Internet, 24 (3), 237-246.

Week Three

  • [analysis] - [download] - Stahl, G. & Zhou, N. (2006) Virtual Math Teams project: A global math discourse community. Paper presented at the International Conference on Computers and Education (ICCE '06), Beijing, China.
  • [analysis] - [download] - Stahl, G. (2004) Groupware goes to school: Adapting BSCW to the classroom, International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology, 19(3/4), 162-174.

Week Four

  • [analysis] - [download] - Stahl, G., Koschmann, T., & Suthers, D. (2006). Computer-supported collaborative learning: An historical perspective. In R. K. Sawyer (Ed.), Cambridge Handbook of the Learning Sciences (pp. 409-426). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • [analysis] - [download] - Mühlpfordt, M., & Stahl, G. (2007). The integration of synchronous communication across dual interaction spaces. Paper presented at the international conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning (CSCL 2007), New Brunswick, NJ.

Week Five

  • [analysis] - [download] - Carroll, J. (1999). Five reasons for scenario-based design. In: Proceedings of the 32nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS ’99).
  • [analysis] - [download] - Stahl, G. (2007). Social practices of group cognition in virtual math teams. In S. Ludvigsen, Lund, A. & Säljö, R. (Ed.), Learning in Social Practices. ICT and New Artifacts - Transformation of Social and Cultural Practices. Pergamon.

Week Six

  • [analysis] - [download] - Stahl, G. (2006). Analyzing and designing the group cognition experience. International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems (IJCIS), 15, 157-178.
  • [download] - Nielsen, J., Ten usability heuristics.
  • [download] - Nielsen, J., How to conduct a heuristic evaluation.
  • [download] - Abowd, G., Heuristic evaluation.
  • [download] - Pinelle, D., Gutwin, C., Greenberg, S. (2003) Task analysis for groupware usability evaluation: Modeling shared-workspace tasks with the mechanics of collaboration. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 10(4), 281–311.

Week Seven

  • [analysis] - [download] - Stahl, G. (2006). Supporting group cognition in an online math community: A cognitive tool for small-group referencing in text chat. Journal of Educational Computing Research (JECR). Special issue on cognitive tools for collaborative communities, 35 (2), 103-122.
  • [download] - Abowd, G., Performing a cognitive walkthrough.
  • [download] - Pinelle, D. & Gutwin, C., Groupware walkthrough: Adding context to groupware usability evaluation. CHI Letters. 4(10) 455-462.

Week Eight

  • [analysis] - [download] - Stahl, G. (2006). Sustaining group cognition in a math chat environment. Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning (RPTEL), 1 (2), 85-113.

Week Nine

  • [analysis] - [download] - Stahl, G. (2007). Meaning making in CSCL: Conditions and preconditions for cognitive processes by groups. Paper presented at the international conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL '07), New Brunswick, NJ.

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