Computer-Based Creative Collaboration in Online Learning

                                                        

Articles de colloque

Contributors: 
Chiu, Dickson (Éditeur)
Wang, Minhong (Éditeur)
Popescu, Elvira (Éditeur)
Li, Qing (Éditeur)
Lau, Rynson (Éditeur)
Publication status: 
2012
Proceedings title: 
International Conference on Web-Based Learning : New Horizons in Web Based Learning
Publisher: 
Springer
Place: 
Heidelberg, Berlin
Page range: 
330-336
ISBN: 
978-3-662-43454-3
DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-43454-3_34
Abstract: 
Creativity is a key learning objective in higher education, both in face-to-face and online learning contexts. In this study we discuss the concept of creative collaboration and the way this competency could be supported by the use of computer-based environments in online learning. The analysis of the creative process in the context of individual creativity is carried out using McFadzean’s [1] creative continuum and the Assessment Scale for Creative Collaboration (ASCC), which has been developed in the context of the CoCreat Lifelong Learning Project. The results of the collaborative creative process show a high relation between the creative process and the social interrelations between the students, but do not show a relation between the collaborative creative process and the time pressure perceived by the students.
Exercice annuel: 
2012-2013