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Using contrasting cases to better understand the relationship between students' interactions
[c139] D. Diziol, N. Rummel, G. Kahrimanis, G. Guevara, J. Holz, H. Spada, G. Fiotakis (2008). Using contrasting cases to better understand the relationship between students' interactions and their learning outcome. Submitted as part of the symposioum "Using contrasted cases to relate collaborative processes and outcomes in CSCL" (Nikol Rummel and Cindy Hmelo-Silver), ICLS 2008, Utrecht, June 2008.
 



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