Assessing collaborative online inquiry and social deliberation in digital environments
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We describe efforts to design and validate a digitally-based assessment of collaborative online inquiry and social deliberation using a digital virtual world platform with embedded supports for real-time collaboration. Cognitive validity studies were conducted to examine the collaborative prompts and the overall task, with 21 dyads participating in either Face-to-Face (FTF; n=5) or Computer-Mediated (CM; n=16) conditions. Quantitative results suggest the task captured variation in dyads’ inquiry performances and processes.
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Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, CSCL
Sparks, Jesse R., Julie Coiro, Jill M. Castek, Carita Kiili, Beth R. Holland, and Changhee Lee. "Assessing collaborative online inquiry and social deliberation in digital environments." Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, CSCL 2, (2019): 939-940. https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/education_facpubs/61