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Thursday, January 29 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Session 4.6 B Juried Papers: Graduate Students’ Sense Making Process in Collaborative Learning Tasks: Social Justice Considerations

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This study aims to understand graduate students' sense making processes to accomplish collaborative learning tasks. Our preliminary findings identify and discuss emergent strategies that embody a number of social centric ideas.

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Chris Cunningham

University of South Carolina

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Xiaofeng Li

PhD Candidate, Rutgers University
I am a PhD candidate at Rutgers University in the area of Library and Information Science with ABD status. My dissertation examines young people’s information practices and collaboration in informal learning environments, especially an after-school technology club in a school library... Read More →
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Ross Todd

Associate Professor, Rutgers University
Children and youth information seekingSchool librariesQualitative Research Methods

Thursday January 29, 2015 8:30am - 10:00am CST
Sullivan, Floor 8

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