Co-creation of Knowledge in Technology-Enhanced Communities of Learning




CSCL 2015 – 11th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning.

Technology – Enhanced Learning Communities as a Continuum between Ambient to Designed
What Can We Learn by Synthesizing Multiple Research Perspectives?

LINKS was well represented at the recent CSCL conference in Gothenburg. Sweden. A Symposium entitled :  Technology – Enhanced Learning Communities as a Continuum between Ambient to Designed: What Can We Learn by Synthesizing Multiple Research Perspectives was organized by  Professor Yael Kali together with Adi Kidron. The Symposium was chaired by Prof. Paul Kirschner from The Open University of the Netherlands, who encouraged an active discussion around the posters presented at the Symposium. Dr. Christopher Hoadley from the NSF, took the role of discussant and provided the participants as well as the audience with valuable feedback and thought provoking questions.

In addition, other research was also presented at poster sessions thus showing the diversity and richness of research being done at various levels in LINKS.


Participants at CSCL2015:

The Role of Social Network Tools in the Integration of Immigrant Students into Academic Life.

 Meital Amzalag, Nelly Elias, Yael Kali.

Designing Future Learning Spaces Based on Ambient Analysis of Epistemic Socialization.

 Uzi Brami, Iris Tabak

Designing Network Support for Online Discourse Based on Ambient Group Communication Studies.

 Carmel Kent, Esther Laslo, Sheizaf Rafaeli, Ayelet Baram-Tsabari

Scientifc Literacy in Public Media Reader Comments as Interpreted Using Curricular Lenses.

Esther Laslo, Ayelet Baram-Tsabari

Promoting Teacher Professional Growth for Technology-Enhanced Outdoor Inquiry Teaching

 Keren S. Levy, Yael Kali, Tali Tal

Tracing the Emergence and Growth of Epistemic Norms in a Designed TEL Community.

 Sarit Barzilai, Dani Ben-Zvi, Oshra Duek

 Dimensions of Collaboration on a Tabletop Interface for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

 Patrice L. (Tamar) Weiss

Changing Patterns of Knowledge Compartmentalization, Social Organization and Power Structures to Promote Interdisciplinary Learning

Adi Kidron, Yael Kali

Enculturating Enculturation: A Meta-Synthesis of the Learning Sciences’ Discourse and Designs Yotam Hod, Ornit Sagy

Developing a Framework to Enhance Creativity and Creative Collaboration via Video Self-Refection Dani Ben-Zvi, Yotam Hod, Patrice L. (Tamar) Weiss

It Is Not (Only) Personal: Technology Enhanced Collaborative Refection Processes

Shiri Mor-Hagani, Dani Ben-Zvi

The Emergence of Norms in a Technology Enhanced Learning Community

Jacqueline Basil-Shachar, Yotam Hod, Dani Ben-Zvi