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collaboration, application, network, stylus, coordination, CSCL, tuple spaces, mobile, public and private spaces, shared representations, notes


Brecht, J., DiGiano, C., Patton, C., Tatar, D., Chaudhury, R., Roschelle, J., & Davis, K. (in press). Coordinating networked learning activities with a general-purpose Interface. To appear in the International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning.

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Resource Type

Technology Tools and Environments

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Intended Audience

Primary Level (age 2-5 years), Elementary School (1st - 5th grade or age 6-10 years), Middle School (6th through 8th grades or age 11-13), High School (9th through 12th grades or age 14-18), Higher Education (college or university or beyond), Informal Learning (museums non-profits etc), Public and continuing education, Researchers, Teachers/Educators


Group Scribbles is a highly flexible collaborative application for the networked or mobile classroom. Group Scribbles subsumes the best features of whiteboard and student response system (SRS) applications and adds much more.


Jeremy Roschelle, Charlie Patton, John Brecht, Chris DiGiano, Patti Schank, and Zaz Harris at the Center for Technology in Learning at SRI International; Deborah Tatar at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction at Virginia Tech; and S. Raj Chaudhury at the Department of Physics and Computer Science at Christopher Newport University.

Topic Area

Research, Teaching, Technology Studies,

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