Collaborative knowledge creation in the higher education academic library. Abstract Collaboration has become a core competency of the 21st century workforce.
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Thus, the need of collaboration is reshaping the academic library in higher education to produce competent future workforce. To encourage collaboration in the academic library, knowledge commons that integrate technology to infrastructure and system furniture are introduced. It analyzed student group activities, based on the four types of activities in knowledge creation.
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A total of undergraduate students completed the survey. The survey results indicated that the most frequent group activity is individual-oriented activity, followed by socialization activity, creating contents as a group, and group learning activity. Higher education institutions should not only aim to educate academic experts who master their own fields, but also give their students generic skills important in contemporary society.
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New teaching methods are required to support the development of such skills. The study examined how a group of voluntary university lecturers re-designed their courses by applying theory-based pedagogical design principles emphasising object-oriented, collaborative knowledge creation supported by digital technology. The re-designed courses included broader thematic assignments, more cumulative knowledge production in groups and more diverse use of technology than prior course iterations.
Both the lecturers and students addressed the learning outcomes in positive terms, but collaborative knowledge production was more evident in two courses designed according to authentic professional practices. Students generally valued the working methods, although they also pointed out weaknesses in the tasks, course structuring and group work. This is Huang and Yeh , involved language teachers. Yeh akin to scientists creating knowledge, albeit at a and colleagues explicitly described their teacher different level. While scientists and scholars are participants as creating knowledge during online expected to create knowledge that is new to the world, discussions.
However, the difference between acts of students will more often be creating knowledge that is knowledge creation and knowledge sharing is not new to them. However, Scardamalia and Bereiter clearly explained, neither is how the participants go argued that the knowledge building process that about differentiating the two elaborated. Although students go through are no less scientific nor authentic there were English, Malay, and Chinese Language just because the knowledge created is not new to the teachers among the participants, the authors did not world.
Learning through knowledge building, a separately report on the knowledge creation of these synonym of knowledge creation , is guided by 12 language teachers. It is unclear how the language principles that capture the sociocultural and cognitive teachers in this study conceptualise knowledge creation dynamics of the pedagogy . Knowledge building as a phenomenon.
Ideas, as products of human expansive learning is a deliberate act by a group of mind, are World 3 objects that can be worked on and individuals aimed at questioning existing practice to improved. Idea improvement, as evident among the find new ways of working . New knowledge is twelve principles above, makes up the core of manifested in the transformed activity system. In an knowledge building . Improved ideas are regarded activity system, activity refers to an object-directed as new knowledge created .
As knowledge building conscious process conducted by subject acting in theory is based in the teaching and learning context, relation to the larger community. Subject represents an existing studies involving K teachers spread across individual or a group whose perspective is taken for the pre-service teacher education, professional analysis of the system. Every activity is unique based development of in-service teachers, and knowledge on the motive that drives each activity and the object building implementations in schools.
While language which the activity is oriented to . For example, a teachers appear in a few studies e. Although expansive learning largely In summary, language teachers participating in concerns workplace, K school teachers have been knowledge creation research are few.
There appears to examined in numerous studies using the theory as a be a lack of research that examines how these language lens to examine existing activity systems. It is useful to teachers conceptualise the knowledge creation note that most studies do not use the theory to guide phenomenon. Methodology an application of the ideas of expansive learning. Through examining the unique cultural-historical This section discusses phenomenography, a suitable background of the teachers' activity systems, Bang and methodology in the qualitative paradigm, the research colleagues illustrated how science lessons in two questions, research processes, including sampling, data classrooms were redesigned to be more meaningful for collection method, and the interview questions.
Despite the larger quantity, expansive learning studies involving language teachers appear to 3.
Phenomenography be in lacking. Knowledge Building Theory is predominantly based Phenomenography is a research method developed on K schools settings. First-order 3.
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The following research questions will guide experiences of the world. These conceptions are not the data collection process to meet the purposes: infinite, but often exist in limited number of qualitatively dissimilar ways . Phenomenographers 1. The hidden world of human conception is something of 2. What are the qualitatively different ways in interest in itself and phenomenography offers the which they experience knowledge creation in means to explore and understand this world .
In the context of education? Sampling understanding are used interchangeably as synonyms . Phenomenographers assert that no representing the desired population would increase the individual has a complete awareness of everything and chance of obtaining this variation in meaning . The qualitatively different ways of experiencing achieve depth in meaning .
Each 3. Data collection method category is meaningful in two ways. First, it represents a unique way of experiencing the phenomenon. Face-to-face interview is a dominant data collection Second, it is logically linked to other categories, which method of phenomenography . Some may choose to is frequently in hierarchical form . Individual developed phenomenography to research teaching and face-to-face interview is preferred as it offers learning, phenomenography has been widely used in participants the freedom of expression, the opportunity educational settings. Through the eyes of the teachers, for researchers to constantly clarify meanings, and insights into the variations in which teachers phenomenographers found more people to be conceptualise knowledge creation, knowledge, and comfortable with talking than if they were writing .
Recent developments in the phenomenographic 3. Experience of knowledge creation  Pajares, M. Teachers' beliefs and educational research: Cleaning up a messy construct. Review of knowledge.
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