Abstract

The WebReports website allows children to create text-based and interactive content that is accessible on line and to comment on each other’s work, thereby being provided with opportunities to collaboratively build knowledge around a range of different learning domains. In this document we first summarise our key findings. We then provide an account of the evolution of the system during the three years of the project, giving the rationale for our major changes. Finally, we describe the functionality and architecture of the final version of the WebReports system. Project web site: http://www.lkl.ac.uk/kscope/weblabs/ See also: Yishay Mor, Jakob Tholander and Jesper Holmberg (2005) Designing for cross-cultural web-based knowledge building (http://telearn.org/open-archive/browse?resource=238_v1). The 10th Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) conference Yishay Mor, Richard Noss, Celia Hoyles, Ken Kahn and Gordon Simpson (2006). Designing to see and share structure in number sequences (http://telearn.org/open-archive/browse?resource=237_v1). the International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education, (13)2:65-78, Gordon Simpson, Celia Hoyles and Richard Noss. Exploring the mathematics of motion through construction and collaboration (http://telearn.org/open-archive/browse?resource=202_v1). Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, (22)2:114-136

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