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Collaborative Learning and Knowledge Transfer in Consciousness Society

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Author(s): Alina Mihaela ION | Dragos Marcel VESPAN

Journal: Informatica Economica Journal
ISSN 1453-1305

Volume: 15;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 115;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: CSCW | CSCL | CSCR Assisted Instruction | Consciousness Society

ABSTRACT
Starting from the expression "workplace learning” which states that the use of personal computers at work or at school reflects learning activities and work activities which are interchangeable at individual level, this paper presents collaborative models dedicated to processes of teaching, learning, assessment and research in education. One of the most important activities is represented by computer supported collaborative learning (CSCL) which, from its occurrence, presented a special interest for researchers in informatics. CSCL is based on human-computer interaction (HCI) and on computer supported cooperative work (CSCW). CSCL promotes in turn the development of computer supported collaborative research (CSCR). Information and communications technologies represent not only a media support but, most of all, a mean for accessing resources worldwide. The development of the information technology and of the information society brought benefits both to the traditional form of education, and to the distance education represented by the assisted instruction. The evolution of the information society led to the emergence of the society based on knowledge which represents an intermediary step between information society and consciousness society, who wants to be a moral society. This article highlights the transfer of data, information and knowledge (explicit and implicit) during assisted instruction processes along with the possibility to create collaborative content in consciousness society.
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