Trialogical learning in public: FlashMeeting recording and reuse in a peer-learning context Online publication date: Thu, 17-Jan-2008
by Peter J. Scott, Linda J. Castaneda, Kevin A. Quick, Jon Linney
International Journal of Knowledge and Learning (IJKL), Vol. 3, No. 4/5, 2007
Abstract: Online meetings are increasingly popular in support of technology-enhanced learning collaboration. When these virtual meetings are recorded and shared in the host community and beyond, they can become artefacts in the learning process themselves and offer significant 'reuse' potential. In a longitudinal study of students working in a peer-support context, we explore how a series of such live events can, over time, develop an important 'trialogical' reuse function. This function is particularly important in peer-supported learning at a distance, and in an international context where shared artefacts that are jointly produced within the community can be the focus of new and effective learning conversations.
Online publication date: Thu, 17-Jan-2008
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