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Bettoni M. (2010) Negotiations of meaning with MOODLE: Concept, implementation & experiences. In: Ertl B. (ed.) E-collaborative knowledge construction: Learning from computer-supported and virtual environments. IGI Global, Hershey PA: 40–53. Fulltext at
This chapter presents a design for an e-collaboration environment and its implementation with MOODLE within the context of a research knowledge network at a university. The first part introduces our constructivist knowledge model and then presents what we call a “design for meaning,” explaining its theoretical foundation and developing its conceptual features. In the second part we show how we have implemented this concept with MOODLE to support a community-based knowledge network of researchers at our university and we reflect on the experiences that we have collected during this 3-year pilot project.


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