Observations Week 3: Why CSCL Implementation Often Fails in the Enacted Curriculum

Lack of time (both curricular and extra-curricular) for learners to sufficient analyze and post feedback to peers

Research advocates ensuring that curricular time onsite be allocated to the CSCL activity, should faculty find that learners are unable or unwilling to collaborate online, especially when extraneous factors, such as subject contestation, compete for learners’ and faculty members’ limited resources.

Personally,  I been finding it increasingly challenging to respond to learners in the FYP and Internet Art & Culture in Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) OSS environment, when I am swamped

I shall have to ascertain from the learners themselves (privately, if necessary), why they are unable (or perhaps unwilling?) to provide more online feedback on the work of their peers.