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K3 - an e-Learning Forum with Elaborated Discourse Functions for Collaborative Knowledge Management

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KUHLEN, Rainer, Joachim GRIESBAUM, Tao JIANG, Jagoda KÖNIG, Andreas LENICH, Peter MEIER, Thomas SCHÜTZ, Wolfgang SEMAR, 2005. K3 - an e-Learning Forum with Elaborated Discourse Functions for Collaborative Knowledge Management. E-Learn. Vancouver BC, Canada, Oct 24, 2005 - Oct 28, 2005. In: RICHARDS, Griff, ed.. Proceedings of E-Learn 2005 : World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare & Higher Education ; October 24 - 28, 2005, Vancouver BC, Canada. 5. Chesapeake Va:AACE, pp. 2981-2988

@inproceedings{Kuhlen2005eLear-27750, title={K3 - an e-Learning Forum with Elaborated Discourse Functions for Collaborative Knowledge Management}, year={2005}, address={Chesapeake Va}, publisher={AACE}, booktitle={Proceedings of E-Learn 2005 : World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare & Higher Education ; October 24 - 28, 2005, Vancouver BC, Canada}, pages={2981--2988}, editor={Richards, Griff}, author={Kuhlen, Rainer and Griesbaum, Joachim and Jiang, Tao and König, Jagoda and Lenich, Andreas and Meier, Peter and Schütz, Thomas and Semar, Wolfgang} }

Kuhlen, Rainer Jiang, Tao 2014-06-23T13:56:41Z Jiang, Tao terms-of-use 2014-06-23T13:56:41Z König, Jagoda eng Griesbaum, Joachim Meier, Peter 2005 Meier, Peter Griesbaum, Joachim Kuhlen, Rainer König, Jagoda Schütz, Thomas Semar, Wolfgang K3 - an e-Learning Forum with Elaborated Discourse Functions for Collaborative Knowledge Management The e-learning platform K3 realizes a constructivist learning model augmented with collaborative properties. K3 courses, mainly offered since 2004 at the University of Konstanz, follow the blended learning model. K3 collaborative discourse work is organized in virtual groups. All group members have to choose a role (moderator, summarizer, etc.) for a certain period and their role performance is part of their evaluation. Discourse takes place in an electronic (asynchronous) forum. Each contribution/comment must be specified according to its discourse function. These specifications structure discourse and allow selective retrieval of discourse objects. Students are encouraged to augment their contributions informationally by reference objects. A graphic interface facilitates navigation through complex discourse structures and makes them transparent. The technical basis of K3 is an open source, object-oriented client-server system for the management of the different types of K3 data. Schütz, Thomas Semar, Wolfgang Lenich, Andreas Lenich, Andreas Proceedings of E-Learn 2005 : World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare & Higher Education ; October 24 - 28, 2005, Vancouver BC, Canada ; Vol. 5 / Ed. by Griff Richards. - Chesapeake, Va. : AACE, 2005. - S. 2981-2988

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