Knowledge Creation describes the construction of new knowledge in a collaborative process. It is based on the knowledge of individuals which is then combined in a synergetic way. Individuals contribute their knowledge and build on and combine the contributions of others. Shared artefacts serve as a mediator and allow for a shared focus. With Web 2.0 technology, knowledge creation can even happen as a mass process.
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Learning Scientists Who Have Researched This Topic
- Carl Bereiter
- Ulrike Cress
- Kai Hakkarainen
- Marlene Scardamalia
- Gerry Stahl