Collaboration process

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Title Author(s) Published in Language DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. Abstract R C
Motivating Wiki-based collaborative learning by increasing awareness of task conflict: A design science approach Wu K.
Vassileva J.
Xiaohua Sun
Fang J.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science English 2014 Wiki system has been deployed in many collaborative learning projects. However, lack of motivation is a serious problem in the collaboration process. The wiki system is originally designed to hide authorship information. Such design may hinder users from being aware of task conflict, resulting in undesired outcomes (e.g. reduced motivation, suppressed knowledge exchange activities). We propose to incorporate two different tools in wiki systems to motivate learners by increasing awareness of task conflict. A field test was executed in two collaborative writing projects. The results from a wide-scale survey and a focus group study confirmed the utility of the new tools and suggested that these tools can help learners develop both extrinsic and intrinsic motivations to contribute. This study has several theoretical and practical implications, it enriched the knowledge of task conflict, proposed a new way to motivate collaborative learning, and provided a low-cost resolution to manage task conflict. 0 0
Edição colaborativa na Wikipédia: desafios e possibilidades Carlos Frederico de Brito d’Andréa Educação científica e cidadania: abordagens teóricas e metodológicas para a formação de pesquisadores juvenis Portuguese March 2012 14 1
Identifying learning opportunities in online collaboration: A variation theory approach Aditomo A.
Reimann P.
Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Computers in Education, ICCE 2009 English 2009 The focus of this paper is on the issue of evaluating learning which occurs in the process of online collaboration. The goal of this paper is to demonstrate the utility of a theoretical framework (variation theory) to assess the process of online collaboration. To this end, discourse of six online groups collaborating using wiki was examined. Variation theory made possible the observation that, although the groups differed markedly in their collaboration process, they focused on the same aspects of the object of learning, while ignoring one key aspect. Further analysis suggested that this missed learning opportunity may have led the students to develop a 'misconception' of the topic. These findings point to the value of variation theory as a framework for analysing online discourse to make claims related to students' learning. 0 0
It's a network, not an encyclopedia: A social network perspective on Wikipedia collaboration Kane G.C. Academy of Management 2009 Annual Meeting: Green Management Matters, AOM 2009 English 2009 This paper studies the collaboration process on Wikipedia to determine whether particular collaborative processes are associated with article quality. Employing a sample of 300 articles on medical and health-related topics, this paper examines the impact of the article's position within the two-mode affiliation network of articles and editors on article quality. This paper finds that the position of the article within both the local and global networks of articles and editors is significantly related to article quality. These results suggest that editors transfer information and knowledge from one collaborative environment to another on the same platform. Somewhat surprisingly, the direct collaborative processes have little relationship to article quality. Taken together, these findings suggest that the social aspects of Wikipedia are indispensable for understanding its collaborative processes. 0 0
How and why Wikipedia works: An interview with Angela Beesley, Elisabeth Bauer, and Kizu Naoko Dirk Riehle Proceedings of WikiSym'06 - 2006 International Symposium on Wikis English 2006 This article presents an interview with Angela Beesley, Elisabeth Bauer, and Kizu Naoko. All three are leading Wikipedia practitioners in the English, German, and Japanese Wikipedias and related projects. The interview focuses on how Wikipedia works and why these three practitioners believe it will keep working. The interview was conducted via email in preparation of WikiSym 2006, the 2006 International Symposium on Wikis, with the goal of furthering Wikipedia research [1]. Interviewer was Dirk Riehle, the chair of WikiSym 2006. An online version of the article provides simplified access to URLs [2]. 0 1
How and why Wikipedia works: an interview with Angela Beesley, Elisabeth Bauer, and Kizu Naoko Dirk Riehle WikiSym English 2006 This article presents an interview with Angela Beesley, Elisabeth Bauer, and Kizu Naoko. All three are leading Wikipedia practitioners in the English, German, and Japanese Wikipedias and related projects. The interview focuses on how Wikipedia works and why these three practitioners believe it will keep working. The interview was conducted via email in preparation of WikiSym 2006, the 2006 International Symposium on Wikis, with the goal of furthering Wikipedia research. Interviewer was Dirk Riehle, the chair of WikiSym 2006. An online version of the article provides simplified access to URLs. 0 1