Adapting Interaction Analysis to CSCL: a systematic review

Rolf Steier *, Jacob Gorm Davidsen

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Abstrakt

Interaction Analysis (IA) (Jordan & Henderson, 1995) is a fundamental reference in the learning sciences, and a core method within the International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. Surprisingly, despite the vast number of citations and labs around the world practicing forms of interaction analysis, there have been few if any substantial efforts to articulate its central premises in the context of CSCL. Following a systematic review method, the purpose of this preliminary study is to provide an overview and foundation for investigating the ways that IA has been interpreted and applied in the field of CSCL. Our findings suggest that IA has been applied in a variety of computer-mediated learning contexts and arrangements which have required extending and adapting the method in novel ways. Our broader goal is to consider ongoing methodological and technological developments for the future directions of interaction analysis within CSCL.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelProceedings of CSCL21
ForlagInternational Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS)
StatusAccepteret/In press - jun. 2021

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