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

online learning

Persico, D., Pozzi, F., Anastopoulou, S., Conole, G., Craft, B.; Dimitriadis, Y., Hernández-Leo, D., Kali, Y., Mor, Y., Pérez-Sanagustín, M., & Walmsley, H. (2013). Learning design Rashomon I – supporting the design of one lesson through different approaches.

IJELL , Volume 11 , 2015
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Students of Ethiopian origin belong to one of the weakest and poorest groups in the Jewish population of Israel. These students face social and cultural gaps in addition to economic hardships and racist stereotypes.

Students of Ethiopian origin are amongst the poorest and weakest populations in the Israeli society. They have to deal with social and cultural gaps in addition to economic difficulties and racial stereotypes.

Baram Tsabari A., Segev E, & Sharon A. (2014). Temporal Patterns of Scientific Information-Seeking on Google and Wikipedia. Presented as a talk in the 9th annual Chais Conference on Instructional Technologies Research Learning in the Technological Era in Raanana, Israel (11-12 Feb).
Event date: 
08/06/2014 - 15:00

In Seymour Papert's (1980) seminal book Mindstorms, he is fascinated with the learning community of the Brazilian samba schools, and he discusses different ways for adopting the main attributes of the samba schools into more traditional schools.

The study subject is online collaborative systems in coopetitive situations. Understanding the balance and tension between cooperation and competition may help explore ways to design systems to utilize both forces.

Shadow curriculum

Students want to know so many things - “how come we drink liquids in many colors, but urine is always yellowish?”, “Is it possible to tame a lion and turn it into a vegetarian?”, “how come we don’t feel we are growing up?”, and “If you go on a diet, where does the fat

The research group functions as a community net lab focusing on the ways that clearly defined (primordial) communities (re)form social boundaries through the use of new media (i.e. the Internet, mobile communication) and knowledge that is constructed online.