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Workshop:

Interaction Analysis and Visualization for Asynchronous Communication: Analysis Methods, Tools, and Research Questions

Organizers and contact persons
Eric Bruillard (STEF, ENS Cachan, France); eric.bruillard@creteil.iufm.fr
Angelique Dimitracopoulou (LTEE laboratory, University of the Aegean); adimitr@aegean.gr
Peter Reimann (CoCo Research Centre, University of Sydney); p.reimann@edfac.usyd.edu.au

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M.-L. Betbeder (LIFC, Franche-Comte University), F.-M. Blondel (STEF, ENS Cachan),
T. Bratitsis (University of Western Macedonia), G. Fesakis (LTEE laboratory, University of the Aegean), E.Giguet (Caen University), N. Lucas (Caen University), C. Reffay (LIFC, Franche-Comte University)

Description of the workshop content

Topic: Automatic and semi-automatic methods and tools providing indicators and multiple visualizations and views. Focus on Interaction Analysis (IA) tools that analyse asynchronous and content oriented communication and collaboration tools, such as forums, discussion lists, wikis, and blogs.
Currently, there are IA tools that provide a variety of IA indicators such as participation and interaction oriented indicators, content analysis indicators, and mixed approaches.  There are also IA tools that provide interface alternatives in CMC tools (e.g. alternative reading views in forums). Moreover, there are IA tools that are directly linked to a specific learning environment (e.g. a specific forum) or others that are independent of them; recently some methods are designed so as to be open to every kind of interaction data.
Goal: To achieve a consensus on IA tools’ basic functionalities and to identify categories of IA indicators for different purposes; to discuss more intensively the research design methods applied so as to study the use of these IA tools (by teachers, moderators, students), as well as their effects in learning activity processes.

Description of the workshop format

(I) Pre workshop phase:
(i) Position papers submitted, reviewed and then synthesized; (ii) A social environment is set up by organizers.  IA tools, data corpus, as well as previous discussion reports on workshop issues are exchanged between registered participants.
(II) Workshop phase:
(i) Introductory Panel; (ii) Hands on activities with/around computers; (iii) Round tables managed by a moderator; (iv) Synthesizing Panel; (v) Concluding Panel
(III) Post-Workshop phase:
(i) Final conclusions uploaded in the workshop website; (ii) Continuation of community of interest (exchanging tools, data corpus, and related papers).

Intended audience and call for papers

(1) Researchers involved in the design and production of IA tools for asynchronous communication and collaboration tools or educators-researchers that have some previous experience by the use of existing IA tools.
(2) Senior or junior Researchers that are in process to produce work related to the research direction of IA for regulation and self regulation or they are strongly interested to.

A call ask for position papers 3-5 pages, that will present aspects related to the present workshop goals, as well as a short CV and related references of their own work.
More information on the Workshop Site:  www.ltee.gr/IA_WS_CSCL2009

Workshop Date: Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

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