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MUDs in collaborative learning environments
February 13th 2002
To give a general introduction to MUDs and its possibilities
in collaborative learning environments
The electronic space of an on-line learning community
does not exist in isolation from the physical world. Designers must manage
the relationship between these two spaces. What becomes pertinent to maintain
in the electronic space of a learning environment? What is necessary to
From MUDs to Educational MOOs : Background and history
Characteristics of educational environments supported by MOOs
The case of TAPPED IN : analysis of the use of an on-line community for
Theoretical and design issues in computer supported collaborative learning
Schlager, M., Fusco, J.,Schank, P. ( 1998) Cornerstones for an On-line
Community of Education Professionals. Technology and Society, 17 (4).
Bannon, L. (1989). Issues in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning.
Proceedings of NATO. Advanced Workshop on Computer-supported Collaborative
learning. Maratea, Italy. September 1989.
Shank, P., Fenton, J., Schlager, M., Fusco, J.(1999) From MOO to MEOW
: Domesticating technology for online communities. Proceedings of the
Third International Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative
learning. CSCL '99, Stanford, CA December, 1999.
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