Using Social Interaction Trace Data and Context to Predict Collaboration Quality and Creative Fluency in Collaborative Design Learning Environments

Ninger Zhou
Ninger Zhou
Lorraine Kisselburgh
Lorraine Kisselburgh
Senthil Chandrasegaran
Senthil Chandrasegaran
S. Karthik Badam
S. Karthik Badam

International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, pp. 1023782019.

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Abstract:

•Material context matters to perceptions of collaboration quality.•Spatial context matters to creative fluency in collaborative design.•Synchronous interaction has important roles in collaboration quality.•Reciprocal interaction has important roles in creative fluency.

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