Article published in:Educating in Dialog: Constructing meaning and building knowledge with dialogic technology
Edited by Sebastian Feller and Ilker Yengin
[Dialogue Studies 24] 2014
► pp. 203–221
Knowledge negotiation using technology
Potentials of technology and the knowledge negotiation model
In everyday social interactions, we negotiate knowledge in order to minimize knowledge differentials between us and other people. Although this takes place in everyday life, it is not widely studied and there are few supporting technologies. This paper analyzes the process of knowledge negotiation and the current state of supporting technologies. It aims to provide a knowledge negotiation model (K-NeMo) that elucidates the essentials of the process. It also provides practical ideas for possible applications of 21st century technologies for the implementation of K-NeMo. This paper will be of utility especially to teachers, technology developers, and researchers seeking a model for the essentials of knowledge negotiations.
Published online: 14 November 2014
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