Collaboration Literacy
Pragmatic framework for multimodal collaboration feedback

Providing feedback for collaboration activities is divided between theoretical studies of individual constructs and empirical tools that provide feedback. Our work bridges this gap by providing a pragmatic collaboration framework that supports the creation of tools for developing collaboration skills in students while also providing an opportunity to conduct collaboration research. In our paper, we propose a pragmatic framework that provides a set of comprehensive and comprehensible constructs that can be estimated through multimodal learning analytics and used to provide actionable feedback to students

The authors of this paper presented their work at a pre-conference workshop held by CROSSMMLA.

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