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Thesis: Peer Produced Peer Learning A Mathematics Case Study, available on ORO.


After completing his PhD under the supervision of Alex Mikroyannidis and Professor Peter Scott, Joe now works as a researcher at Goldsmiths College in the Computational Creativity Group.

Keys: mathematical problem solving, peer learning

Team: Alexander Mikroyannidis, Peter Scott





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Corneli, J., Holland, S., Pease, A., Mulholland, P., Murray-Rust, D., Scaltsas, T. and Smaill, A. (2018) Patterns of Design, 23rd European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPLoP '18), Irsee, Germany


Mulholland, P., Wolff, A., Zdrahal, Z., Li, N. and Corneli, J. (2013) Constructing and connecting storylines to tell museum stories, International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling

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Corneli, J. and Mikroyannidis, A. (2012) Crowdsourcing Education on the Web: A Role-based Analysis of Online Learning Communities, in eds. Okada, A. Connolly, T. Scott, P.J., Collaborative Learning 2.0: Open Educational Resources, pp. 272-286, IGI Global

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Corneli, J., Jucovschi, C. and Mikroyannidis, A. (2011) PlanetMath Redux: Web 2.0 infrastructure for mathematical problem solving, Workshop: Technology-Enhanced Learning for Mathematics and Science (TELMAS) at 6th European Conference on Technology-Enhanced Learning (ECTEL): Towards Ubiquitous Learning, Palermo, Italy

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Corneli, J. and Mikroyannidis, A. (2011) Personalised Peer-Supported Learning: The Peer-to-Peer Learning Environment (P2PLE), The PLE Conference 2011, Southampton, UK

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Problem solving and mathematical knowledge
Techreport ID: kmi-10-03
Date: 2010
Author(s): Joe Corneli

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