RE: xmca as zdp: a personal deposition

From: White, Phillip (
Date: Tue Feb 10 2004 - 07:06:41 PST

Ricardo wrote:

XMCA is a typical "tool-and-result" method or ZDP. With such a tool - like that one pointed above - one could observe, for example, who we are and who we are becoming along our "online lives" in xmca.

Are there rigorous studies that focus xmca as a listsev? If yes, what are they? If not, why?

    First, Ricardo, i enjoyed reading your narrative, in particular the direct connections with CHAT and your process of becoming a member of xmca.

     your two last questions can be answered in part by Bill Baroway and Eva Ekeblad - they have done work on dialogic processes within xmca. also in the archives there has certainly been a lot of discussion about our "online lives", though not with that particular descriptor.

    certainly your narratives adds a deeply rich reflection to our mutual processes here.



phillip white
university of colorado at denver
school of education

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