Examining technology use and evaluation in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: A systematic Review
The use of digital technology has differed within learning environments, from one context to another, even when using the same technology. Hence, there is a need to understand how technology has been implemented and evaluated as a tool for learning, especially in collaborative contexts. Towards that aim, the chapter brings together the literature from learning sciences, particularly computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL), and education technology to examine how technology has been conceptualized as a learning tool, implemented, and evaluated in formal and informal, preschool through high school, collaborative learning contexts. In doing so, the chapter aims to (1) provide a foundation for future researchers to design studies that attend to the less explored aspects of technology-enhanced collaborative learning experiences; (2) help practitioners make informed decisions about their use of technological tools in collaborative learning contexts; and (3) facilitate discussions about how to integrate technology into learning environments in a more thoughtful and systematic manner.
|Work Title||Examining technology use and evaluation in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: A systematic Review|
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|Publication Date||March 11, 2021|
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|Deposited||August 24, 2022|
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