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SynergyNet into Schools: Facilitating Remote Inter-Group Collaborative Learning Using Multi-touch Tables / Andrew Joyce-Gibbons; James McNaughton; Elaine Tan; Nick Young; Gary Beauchamp; Tom Crick

Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning

Swansea University Author: Crick, Tom

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The availability of more mobile large factor touch-screen interfaces has allowed for research into collaborative learning that has previously taken place in single laboratory environments to be carried out at multiple schools in the real world simultaneously. This research focuses on a study which u...

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Published: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA 2017
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title SynergyNet into Schools: Facilitating Remote Inter-Group Collaborative Learning Using Multi-touch Tables
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title_short SynergyNet into Schools: Facilitating Remote Inter-Group Collaborative Learning Using Multi-touch Tables
title_full SynergyNet into Schools: Facilitating Remote Inter-Group Collaborative Learning Using Multi-touch Tables
title_fullStr SynergyNet into Schools: Facilitating Remote Inter-Group Collaborative Learning Using Multi-touch Tables
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description The availability of more mobile large factor touch-screen interfaces has allowed for research into collaborative learning that has previously taken place in single laboratory environments to be carried out at multiple schools in the real world simultaneously. This research focuses on a study which used the framework to investigate collaboration between groups of students at two geographically separate sites. The groups from the separate sites worked together to complete a task using video-conferencing and a novel flick gesture provided by the SynergyNet framework to transfer materials to each other. This paper details initial findings and the steps being taken to robustly analyze the data collected.
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