Draft paper on using community software for rich constructivist education

http://tecfa.unige.ch/proj/seed/catalog/
docs/sevilla03-schneider.pdf

This 39 page paper (draft 1.5) by Daniel Schneider is well worth the effort. On top of the ton of good thinking on why traditional CMS don’t suffice and what roles the instructor might play within different pedagogical designs, the paper was worthwhile simply for introducing (at least to me) the term “Community, Content and Collaboration Management Systems” (C3MS) to describe packages such as Plone, PostNuke and Drupal. As the author notes, these are often discussed as ‘content management systems’ but this term belies much of their true nature as collaborative and community-building content management systems. – SWL

– via [Kairosnews]

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Draft paper on using community software for rich constructivist education

3 thoughts on “Draft paper on using community software for rich constructivist education

  1. Is this paper online somewhere? I don’t see a link in your post, and I couldn’t find it at Kairosnews either. This sounds like exactly the kind of systems I want to build.

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