Knowledge Construction in E-learning Context: CSCL, ODL, ICT and SNA in Education

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Maria Cristina Matteucci, Andrea Omicini, Elena Nardini, Pietro Gaffuri (eds.)

The proceedings contain 34 papers. The topics discussed include: social networks and knowledge construction promotion in e-learning contexts; collaborative online learning: a heterogeneous phenomenon; agent-based collaboration systems: a case study; the construction of knowledge through gaming. how to engage university students in the understanding of the historical developments of knowledge and scholarship via playing and networking; e-learning by doing with computational logic; open education and virtual communities: an experience; open source LMS and web 2.0 for supplementary teaching: an experience; a problematic teaching model for the implementation of e-learning formative pathways; a web-based learning tool for applied mathematics disciplines; laboratory door opens to non-formal learning communities. science centers as mediators; and virtual teams and preferential attachment for intrinsic motivation.

CEUR Workshop Proceedings 398, 1-2 September 2008, Sun SITE Central Europe, RWTH Aachen University
The 2008 International Conference (KCEC 2008), 1-2 September 2008, Cesena, Italy. Proceedings
Booktitle = {{K}nowledge {C}onstruction in {E}-learning {C}ontext: {CSCL}, {ODL}, {ICT} and {SNA} in {E}ducation},
Editor = {Matteucci, Maria Cristina and Omicini, Andrea and Nardini, Elena and Gaffuri, Pietro},
Issn = {1613-0073},
Month = oct,
Note = {The 2008 International Conference (KCEC 2008), 1--2~} # sep # {~2008, Cesena, Italy. Proceedings},
Pdf-Url = {},
Publisher = {Sun SITE Central Europe, RWTH Aachen University},
ScopusId = {2-s2.0-84885411921},
Series = {CEUR Workshop Proceedings},
Title = {{K}nowledge {C}onstruction in {E}-learning {C}ontext: {CSCL}, {ODL}, {ICT} and {SNA} in {E}ducation},
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Volume = 398,
Year = 2008}


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