Case studies of children cooperating with computers: a time based analysis

Issroff, K.; Jones, A. and Scanlon, E. (1994). Case studies of children cooperating with computers: a time based analysis. In: Foot, H. C.; Howe, C. J.; Anderson, A.; Tolmie, A. K. and Warden, D. A. eds. Group and Interactive Learning. Southampton: WIT Press, pp. 73–80.



[About the book]

This is a collection of mainly psychological contributions from those with research and professional interests in co-operative learning, peer tutoring, computer-supported collaborative learning, computer-assisted learning and a variety of other interactive learning situations. Whilst coverage is mainly of learning in educational settings, there are also contributions from organizational settings, including team training in a military context, work, business and employment settings, and scientific problem-solving. The research undertaken ranges from pre-school children through primary, secondary and higher education into the domain of work. There is also a focus on learners with special needs.

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  • 38835
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  • Book Section
  • ISBN
  • 1-85312-341-2, 978-1-85312-341-2
  • Extra Information
  • Proceedings of the International Conference on Group and Interactive Learning which took place at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland, from 12th-16th September 1994, held under the auspices of the Scottish Branch of the British Psychological Society
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  • Institute of Educational Technology (IET)
  • Research Group
  • Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET)
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  • © 1994 Not known
  • Depositing User
  • Ann Jones