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Title: Dialogues and Perception of Intersubjectivity in a Small Group
Authors: Lin, Mei-Chung;Chen, Mei-Chi;Chen, Chin-Chang
Contributors: 商業教育學系
Keywords: Collaborative Learning;Dialogues;Discourse Analysis;Knowledge Building;Online Course
Date: 2011-04
Issue Date: 2012-08-27T11:38:10Z
Abstract: The core value of Web 2.0 lies in its potential for building technologies that are open, decentralized, and shared. This paper designs group activity to facilitate knowledge building and move on learning management system to web 2.0 paradigms with computer supported collaborative learning in a small group. The “give-take” metaphor for knowledge construction in a small group discourse only interprets the solo voice phenomenon in asynchronous forums. Tumultuous, parallel, and connected voices in synchronous conferencing need alternative metaphors to understand the self and the other in a personified way. This paper represents discourse evidence of emerging meaning making, expertise commentary, self-identity, and collective confirmation as a process in small group collective knowledge-building.
Relation: International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design, 1(2): 1-19
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