Tentative program of parallel session 8

as of 4:00pm, June 16, 2011 (HKT)

Papers with special characters below its paper ID are nominated for the following awards:

* Best Student Paper
# Best Research Paper
Best Design Paper

July 8, 2011, Friday

13:30
Parallel session 8:
Long papers / Symposia / Interactive events
Long paper session 16: Knowledge Building
Chair: Diane Hui, The University of Hong Kong
Venue: LE2, Library Extension Building
MC-117
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Socially constructive interaction for fostering conceptual change
Moegi Saito, Naomi Miyake
MC-146
Effects of Using Multiple Forms of Support to Enhance Students’ Collaboration during Concept Mapping
Anushree Bopardikar, Dana Gnesdilow, Sadhana Puntambekar
MC-232
Weblines: Enabling the Social Transfer of Web Search Expertise using User-Generated Short-form Timelines
Neema Moraveji, Salman Ahmad, Chigusa Kita, Frank Chen, Sep Kamvar
MC-456
Facilitating Web Design Skills through Online Design-Based Learning: The Case of Collaboration Scripts and Incomplete Concept Maps
Walid El-Refai, Ingo Kollar, Frank Fischer
Symposium 12: Knowledge Building
Venue: LE1 (Hui Pun Hing Lecture Theatre), Library Extension Building
MC-538
Enhancing the Social and Cognitive Benefits of Digital Tools and Media
Therese Laferriere, Marjut Viilo, Pirita Seitamaa-Hakkarainen, Kai Hakkarainen, Jun Oshima, Marlene Scardamalia, Carl Bereiter, Bodong Chen, Maria Chuy, Monica Resendes, Jan van Aalst, Carol Chan, Katerine Bielaczyc, Huang-Yao Hong, Jianwei Zhang
Symposium 13: Learning activities and tools
Venue: LE3, Library Extension Building
MC-185
Integrated tool support for learning through knowledge creation
Sten Ludvigsen, Crina Damsa, Hanni Muukkonen
Long paper session 17: Learning interactions
Chair: Marcia Linn, University of California Berkeley
Venue: LE6, Library Extension Building
MC-106
The Relationships among Online Question-Generation, Peer-Assessment and Academic Achievement
Fu-Yun Yu, Chun-Ping Wu
MC-285
Using a Reflection Tool to Increase Reliability of Peer Assessments in a CSCL Environment
Chris Phielix, Frans Prins, Jeroen Janssen, Paul Kirschner
MC-347
Adaptive support for CSCL: Is it feedback relevance or increased student accountability that matters?
Erin Walker, Nikol Rummel, Kenneth R. Koedinger
Long paper session 18: Technology-enhanced interactions & analysis
Chair: Jianwei Zhang, University at Albany, SUNY
Venue: LE7, Library Extension Building
MC-286
Mind the gap: Differences between the aspirational and the actual in an online community of learners
Karen Brennan
MC-385
Rating dimensions of collaboration quality in synchronous collaborating dyads: findings and interpretations
Georgios Kahrimanis, Irene-Angelica Chounta, Nikolaos Avouris
MC-400
Technological affordances for productive multivocality in analysis
Gregory Dyke, Kristine Lund, Heisawn Jeong, Richard Medina, Daniel D. Suthers, Jan van Aalst, Wenli Chen, Chee-Kit Looi
MC-501
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The automatic assessment of knowledge integration processes in project teams
Gahgene Gweon, Pulkit Agrawal, Mikesh Udani, Bhiksha Raj, Carolyn Rose
Symposium 14: Technology-enhanced interactions & analysis
Venue: LE8, Library Extension Building
MC-325
How Can Current Approaches to the Transfer of Technology-Based Collaboration Scripts for Research and Practice Be Integrated?
Karsten Stegmann, Christof Wecker, Andreas Harrer, Michaela Ronen, Dan Kohen-Vacs, Yannis Dimitriadis, Davinia Hernandez-Leo, Eloy Fernandez, Juan Asensio-Perez, Frank Fischer
Interactive events session 19: CSCL in school subjects
Venue: LE4, Library Extension Building
int141
SimScientists: Using Science Simulations to Promote Model-Based Learning and Assessment
Edys S. Quellmalz, Barbara Buckley
Interactive events session 20: CSCL in school subjects
Venue: LE5, Library Extension Building
int103
An Interactive Research Experience with Mobile Biology Games — Part 2
Eric Klopfer, Judy Perry, Louisa Rosenheck

Also see other sessions

July 6, 2011, Wednesday

11:30
Parallel session 1: Long papers / Interactive events
14:30
Parallel session 2: Short papers / Interactive events
16:30
Parallel session 3: Symposia / Interactive events
18:00
Poster session 1 & reception (Reception to start at 18:45)

July 7, 2011, Thursday

10:30
Parallel session 4: Long papers / Symposia / Interactive events
13:00
Parallel session 5: Invited presidential sessions / Symposia / Interactive events
14:30
Parallel session 6: Long papers / Interactive events
16:30
Poster session 2

July 8, 2011, Friday

10:30
Parallel session 7: Short papers / Interactive events
13:30
Parallel session 8: Long papers / Symposia / Interactive events
Last modified on June 16, 2011