Title: "Languages for modeling of collaborative learning processes: Formalization, Practical uses and tools."
Day: Monday, May 30, 2005
Contact: Andreas Harrer (email@example.com)
Models for Learning Processes and especially for collaborative processes are a
focus of attention from different research areas recently: instructional
designers, practitioners, psychologists, implementers of learning management
systems, and implementers of collaborative systems all share a research interest
gravitating towards a common understanding of learning processes and how to
utilize these for (computer-supported) learning scenarios.
The goal of this workshop is to discuss and explore the aspects of collaborative
learning processes related to the contribution that computer science can provide
to this interdisciplinary research area. Among these are the formalization of
learning processes in a formal language, the tools needed to support
non-technical users and the potential of process representations for computer
supported collaborative learning.
Participants of this workshop are invited to submit either
* position papers of up to 4 pages, stating a position to topics of the workshop
that stimulate discussion
* technical contributions of 4-8 pages, e.g. presenting a concrete proposed modelling
* interactive demo proposals of up to 4 pages, including a short system description
and explanation of the demo format
In any case please state your interest in participating by sending a mail
Submission Deadline: March 31st
Notification: April 25th
Please send your questions and/or submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please use the CSCL 2005 paper format and provide a PDF version of your document.
A full version of this call can be found under URL:
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