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Students seldom spontaneously collaborate with each other. A system that can measure collaboration in real time could be useful, for example, by helping the teacher locate a group requiring guidance.

Students seldom spontaneously collaborate with each other. A system that can measure collaboration in real time could be useful, for example, by helping the teacher locate a group requiring guidance. To address this challenge, the research presented here focuses on building and comparing collaboration detectors for different types of classroom problem solving activities, such as card sorting and handwriting.

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    • Doctoral Dissertation Computer Science 2020

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