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|Title:||DojoIBL: Online Inquiry-based Learning|
Community of inquiry
|Citation:||Suarez, A., Ternier, S., & Specht, M. (2017). DojoIBL: Online Inquiry-Based Learning. In H. Xie, E. Popescu, G. Hancke, B. Fernández Manjón (Eds.), Advances in Web-Based Learning – ICWL 2017. Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Vol 10473 (pp. 3-12). Springer, Cham.|
|Abstract:||DojoIBL is a web based platform to support collaborative inquirybased learning processes. It imitates real-world research processes and organizes inquiry activities into several phases. DojoIBL considers lessons learned from the weSPOT project and offers a cloud-based highly scalable infrastructure that has a strong focus on (mobile) data collection. In this sense, DojoIBL blends formal (desk-top based) learning and informal (mobile) learning. Within the course of 1 year, a design based research methodology was implemented in 10 national and international inquiry projects. Within this period, students were inter-viewed at regular times. Time and task management issues turned out to be critical functionalities and were thus implemented in several iterations.|
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