Intelligent Collaborative e-Learning Systems and Applications edited by Thanasis Daradoumis, Santi Caballé, Joan Manuel Marquès, Fatos Xhafa.
Intelligent Collaborative e-Learning Systems and Applications is a major research theme in CSCL and CSCW research community. It comprises a variety of research topics that focus on developing systems that are more powerful and flexible and also more adaptable to the learning process and thus provide...
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Berlin, Heidelberg :
Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer,
|Edition:||1st ed. 2009.|
|Series:||Studies in Computational Intelligence,
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- to Adaptive Collaboration Scripting
- Combining Streaming Media and Collaborative Elements to Support Lifelong Learning
- ‘MULTIPLES’: A Challenging Learning Framework for the Generation of Multiple Perspectives within e-Collaboration Settings
- E-Learning at Work in the Knowledge Virtual Enterprise
- Communities of Practice Environment (CoPE): Democratic CSCW for Group Production and E-Learning
- Critical Thinking as a Framework for Structuring Synchronous and Asynchronous Communication within Learning Design-Based E-Learning Systems
- Constructing a Multi-agent System for Discovering the Meaning over Natural-Language Collaborative Conversations
- CoLPE: Support for Communities of Learning Practice by the Effective Embedding of Information and Knowledge about Group Activity
- Detecting and Solving Negative Situations in Real CSCL Experiences with a Role-Based Interaction Analysis Approach
- DyMRA: A Decentralized Resource Allocation Framework for Collaborative Learning Environments
- A Semantic Description Model for the Development and Evaluation of Grid-Based, Innovative, Ubiquous and Pervasive Collaborative Learning Scenarios.