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Karel Kreijns
Karel Kreijns
Full Professor of Technology Enhanced Collaborative Learning, Open Universiteit
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Identifying the pitfalls for social interaction in computer-supported collaborative learning environments: a review of the research
K Kreijns, PA Kirschner, W Jochems
Computers in human behavior 19 (3), 335-353, 2003
23732003
Designing electronic collaborative learning environments
P Kirschner, JW Strijbos, K Kreijns, PJ Beers
Educational technology research and development 52 (3), 47-66, 2004
7362004
Enhancing sociability of computer-supported collaborative learning environments
PA Kirschner, K Kreijns
Barriers and biases in computer-mediated knowledge communication: And how …, 2005
6942005
Measuring perceived sociability of computer-supported collaborative learning environments
K Kreijns, PA Kirschner, W Jochems, H Van Buuren
Computers & Education 49 (2), 176-192, 2007
4342007
What stimulates teachers to integrate ICT in their pedagogical practices? The use of digital learning materials in education
K Kreijns, F Van Acker, M Vermeulen, H Van Buuren
Computers in human behavior 29 (1), 217-225, 2013
4222013
Determining sociability, social space, and social presence in (a) synchronous collaborative groups
K Kreijns, PA Kirschner, W Jochems, H Van Buuren
CyberPsychology & Behavior 7 (2), 155-172, 2004
3892004
Social aspects of CSCL environments: A research framework
K Kreijns, PA Kirschner, M Vermeulen
Educational Psychologist 48 (4), 229-242, 2013
2932013
Refining success and dropout in massive open online courses based on the intention–behavior gap
MA Henderikx, K Kreijns, M Kalz
Distance Education 38 (3), 353-368, 2017
2292017
Community of inquiry: Social presence revisited
K Kreijns, F Van Acker, M Vermeulen, H Van Buuren
E-learning and Digital Media 11 (1), 5-18, 2014
2022014
Social presence: Conceptualization and measurement
K Kreijns, K Xu, J Weidlich
Educational Psychology Review 34 (1), 139-170, 2022
1912022
Sociable CSCL environments: Social Affordances, Sociability, and Social Presence.
K Kreijns
1692004
Adopting the Integrative Model of Behaviour Prediction to explain teachers’ willingness to use ICT: a perspective for research on teachers’ ICT usage in pedagogical practices
K Kreijns, M Vermeulen, PA Kirschner, H Buuren, FV Acker
Technology, Pedagogy and Education 22 (1), 55-71, 2013
1652013
Why teachers use digital learning materials: The role of self-efficacy, subjective norm and attitude
F Van Acker, H Van Buuren, K Kreijns, M Vermeulen
Education and Information Technologies 18, 495-514, 2013
1612013
Measuring perceived social presence in distributed learning groups
K Kreijns, PA Kirschner, W Jochems, H Van Buuren
Education and Information Technologies 16, 365-381, 2011
1542011
The social affordances of computer-supported collaborative learning environments
K Kreijns, PA Kirschner
31st annual frontiers in education conference. Impact on engineering and …, 2001
1412001
The role of knowledge sharing self-efficacy in sharing Open Educational Resources
F Van Acker, M Vermeulen, K Kreijns, J Lutgerink, H Van Buuren
Computers in Human Behavior 39, 136-144, 2014
1322014
Who is taking MOOCs for teachers’ professional development on the use of ICT? A cross-sectional study from Spain
J Castaño-Muñoz, M Kalz, K Kreijns, Y Punie
Technology, Pedagogy and Education 27 (5), 607-624, 2018
1162018
Does digital competence and occupational setting influence MOOC participation? Evidence from a cross-course survey
J Castano-Munoz, K Kreijns, M Kalz, Y Punie
Journal of Computing in Higher Education 29, 28-46, 2017
1082017
Organisational and task factors influencing teachers’ professional development at work
AT Evers, BIJM Van der Heijden, K Kreijns
European Journal of Training and Development 40 (1), 36-55, 2016
1012016
Measuring perceived quality of social space in distributed learning groups
K Kreijns, PA Kirschner, W Jochems, H Van Buuren
Computers in human behavior 20 (5), 607-632, 2004
992004
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