CSCL practices

  • Gerry Stahl
  • Friedrich Hesse

CSCL 2009 Conference

The CSCL 2009 international conference on the theme “CSCL Practices” will be held in Rhodes, Greece, on June 8–13, 2009. Paper submissions are due November 1 and workshop/tutorial proposals are due December 15. For conference information, see

The conference focuses on issues related to formal and informal learning through collaboration, promoting productive collaborative interactions with the help of the computer and other communication technologies. The conference theme “CSCL Practices” emphasizes practices relating to technology-based collaborative learning in schools, workplaces, and daily life.

The CSCL community is not only concerned with studying and designing effective tools to support CSCL practices, but also with identifying specific educational and professional practices that are associated with their appropriate usages. In order to study practices in a reflective way, powerful theories and analytical approaches are required. The...


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Drexel UniversityPhiladelphiaUSA
  2. 2.Knowledge Media Research CenterTubingenGermany

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