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Review Criteria
  All papers will be reviewed by the following criteria. Authors should consider these criteria when preparing their submissions.
Summary of Paper:
Reviewers will be asked to summarize the primary contribution of the paper. This provides us with a feel for what conference delegates will learn from the paper.
Rating Scales:
Reviewers will be asked to comment on the paper and rate it on a five point scale from "strongly agree" to "strongly disagree" on each of the following dimensions:
Does this paper address a topic that the CSCL community cares about or will find interesting?
Does the paper motivate the work and identify its contribution in the context of the appropriate research literature through citation of that literature?
Are the claims of the paper likely to have an impact due to their significance and originality?
Are the claims convincingly substantiated, whether through theoretical argumentation or empirical data?
Is the grammar and organization adequate? Are figures and tables (if used) understandable and do they improve the paper?
General Comments for Author:
A space will be provided for reviewers to give other comments to the author(s).
Reviewers will be asked to make the following recommendations:
  • Whether the paper should be accepted in the category to which it was submitted, on a five point scale from "strongly agree" to "strongly disagree".
  • Whether the paper should be moved to a different presentation category.
  • Whether the paper should be considered for the Best Paper Award.
  • Whether the paper should be considered for Best Student Paper Award (if applicable).
  • Whether an extended version of this paper be invited for submission to the International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning.