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Participatory Analysis of Synchronous Collaborative Problem Solving using the OCAF Methodology and T
[C70] N. Avouris, A. Dimitracopoulou, V. Komis, M. Margaritis, Participatory Analysis of Synchronous Collaborative Problem Solving using the OCAF Methodology and Tools, Proc. of CSCL2003 Community events, pp. 232-234, June 14-18, Bergen, 2003. (pdf)

Abstract
This paper is an introduction to a CSCL2003 interactive event that has the objective to introduce the participants in analysis of collaborative problem-solving activities. The participants are going to be first involved themselves in collaborative modelling, subsequently analysing their activities using the OCAF (Object-oriented collaboration analysis framework) methodology and Collaboration analysis tools. During this event an analysis tool and a real-time collaborative modeling environment are going to be used. The target group of participants to this event are CSCL researchers and educators who are interested in obtaining hands-on experience with real time collaborative modelling and problem-solving tools and in gaining an insight in participatory collaboration analysis methods and tools. This paper describes the methodology applied in the interactive event and the tools to be used.
 



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