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S. Goggins and Jahnke, I., CSCL@Work: Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning at the Workplace – Making Learning Visible in Unexpected Online Places Across Established Boundaries, International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 17-37, 2012.PDF icon PDF (429.45 KB)
S. Goggins, Jahnke, I., and Wulf, V., CSCL@W: Computer Supported Collaborative Learning at Work. New York: Springer, 2013.
S. Goggins, Jahnke, I., and Wulf, V., CSCL@ work revisited-beyond CSCL and CSCW?: are there key design principles for computer supported collaborative learning at the workplace?. ACM, Sanibel Island, FL, 2012.
S. Goggins, Valetto, P., Mascaro, C., and Blincoe, K., Creating A model of the Dynamics of Socio-Technical Groups using Electronic Trace Data, User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction: The Journal of Personalization Research, vol. Accepted, 2013.PDF icon PDF (981.46 KB)
S. Goggins, Laffey, J., and Tsai, I. - C., Cooperation and Groupness: Community Formation in Small online Collaborative Groups, Proceedings of the ACM Group Conference 2007. Sanibel Island, FL, pp. 206-215, 2007.
S. Goggins and Mascaro, C., Context Matters: The Experience of Physical, Informational and Cultural Distance in a Rural IT Firm, The Information Society, vol. 29, no. 2, 2013.PDF icon PDF (146.35 KB)
J. Laffey, Amelung, C., and Goggins, S., A Context Awareness System for Online Learning: Design Based Research., International Journal on E-Learning, vol. 8, pp. 313-330, 2009.
S. Goggins, Laffey, J., and Amelung, C., Context Aware CSCL: Moving Toward Contextualized Analysis, CSCL 2011. Hong Kong, pp. 591-596, 2011.PDF icon PDF (193.61 KB)
J. Laffey, Hong, R. - Y., Galyen, K., Goggins, S., and Amelung, C., Context Aware Activity Notification System: Supporting CSCL, CSCL, 2009. CSCL Conference, Rhodes, Greece, p. Poster Session, 2009.
S. Goggins and Petakovic, E., Connecting Theory to Social Technology Platforms: A Framework For Measuring Influence in Context, American Behavioral Scientist, vol. Accepted, 2014.PDF icon PDF (512.38 KB)
S. Goggins, Galyen, K., Petakovic, E., and Laffey, S., Connecting Performance to Social Structure and Pedagogy as a Pathway to Scaling Learning Analytics in MOOCs: An Exploratory Study, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2016.PDF icon GogginsGalyenLaffey-2016.pdf (1.05 MB)
S. P. Goggins and Jahnke, I., Computer supported collaborative learning at work: CSCL at work. ACM, 2010.
S. P. Goggins, Laffey, J., and Gallagher, M., Completely online group formation and development: small groups as socio-technical systems, Information Technology & People, vol. 24, pp. 104-133, 2011.PDF icon PDF (414.43 KB)
P. Nuankhieo, Tsai, I. - C., Goggins, S., and Laffey, J., Comparing the Social Interaction Pattern of Online One-on-One Peer and Small Group Collaboration Activities, Proceedings of the 2007 IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia Workshops. IEEE, Taiwan, pp. 441-446, 2007.
C. M. Mascaro and Goggins, S. P., Collaborative Information Seeking in an Online Political Group Environment. ACM, Sanibel Island, FL, 2010.
S. Goggins and Altenmueller-Lewis, U., Collaborative Information Behavior with Free Information Tools: The Case of an Interdisciplinary Charrette. ASIS&T Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, 2011.PDF icon PDF (322.32 KB)
S. Goggins and Erdelez, S., Collaborative Information Behavior in Completely Online Groups, in Collaborative Information Behavior: User Engagement and Communication Sharing, J. Foster Hershey, PA: ISI Global, 2010, pp. 109-126.
S. P. Goggins, Collaboration in Isolation: Bridging Social and Geographical Boundaries in Two Rural Technology Firms, iConference. Illinois Digital Environment for Access to Learning and Scholarship, Dallas, Texas, 2013.PDF icon PDF (331.95 KB)
C. Mascaro and Goggins, S., Coffee or Tea: The Emergence of Networks of Discourse in Two Online Political Groups. The Future of Computational Social Science Conference, Seattle, WA, 2011.
C. Mascaro, Novak, A., and Goggins, S., Coffee or Tea: The Emergence of Networks of Discourse in Two Online Political Groups., Journal of Information Technology and Politics, vol. 9, no. 3, 2012.PDF icon PDF (470.34 KB)
C. M. Mascaro and Goggins, S. P., Challenges for National Civic Engagement in the United States. 2011.

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