Learning to Collaborate During Team Designing: Some Preliminary Results fromMeasurement-Based Tools

Year: 2009
Editor: Chakrabarti, A.
Author: Gero, S.John; Kan,W. T.Jeff
Section: Collaboration and Communication
Page(s): 560-567


This paper reports on preliminary results of an explorative study of a protocol analysis of team learning while designing using in-situ data. Two measurement-based frameworks are proposed. One framework is based on a sequential analysis of communication utterances and the other on codes using the Function-Behavior-Structure ontology and linked using Linkography. Only the former is reported in this paper. Results indicate that team learning occurs and can be discerned from an analysis of the utterances only but only at a high level of granularity

Keywords: Team Learning, Design Collaboration, Protocol Analysis, Research Method


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