The digital use divide and knowledge building

Article de colloque


État de publication: Publiée (2017 Juillet )

Titre des actes: Proceedings of the CSCL 2017: Computer-supported collaborative learning. Making a difference: Prioritizing equity and access in CSCL

Lieu: Philadelphie, États-Unis

Intervalle de pages: 613-616


Résumé: This paper delves into the digital divide challenge through an interaction analysis of educational partners engaged in co-designing, sustaining, and scaling classroom-based innovation using collaborative platforms in rural settings. The innovation is analyzed by referring to an emerging multilevel multiscale model, with emphasis on the five dimensions of Dede’s conceptual framework (Depth, Sustainability, Spread, Shift [in Ownership], and Evolution, 2006). Organizational structures, interaction processes put in place and the technology in use during the Remote Networked School (RNS) initiative are identified.