Extending validation of tools and analyses in CSCL situations: How to collaborate on interaction analysis?

Abstract : The Mulce Project aims at developing a server that would allow researchers to share Learning and Teaching Corpora (Letec). Our main goals are: first, to facilitate the work of researchers in the CSCL field by reusing existing corpora instead of creating new experiments, collecting and organizing data, and secondly, to connect these corpora to shared analyses and visualization tools. We also hope that this process of sharing would deepen and widen the validity of research tools and analyses. The limited space of our publications generally does not allow the authors to include their data nor the detailed context of their source experiments, which means that these results cannot be reused nor reproduced.
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Christophe Reffay, Marie-Laure Betbeder. Extending validation of tools and analyses in CSCL situations: How to collaborate on interaction analysis?. Pre-conference Workshop "Interaction analysis and visualization for asynchronous communication". Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, Jun 2009, Rhodos,, Greece. ⟨edutice-00410223⟩

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