||Collaborative storytelling facilitates children to foster social skills and creativity. However, creating stories is not easy. Children require abundant creative ideas to compile a story. Web 2.0 platform, known for collective intelligence, seems to fulfill the requirement of creative ideas. However, the copy rights may inhabit idea sharing. Creative commons, known for some rights reserved, enable idea sharing and multiple derivation and remix behavior, which is crucial to compile a story. The spirit of creative commons affects not only the derivation and remix mechanism, but also the children behavior in the process of storytelling。|
The influential Wiki has different derivation and remix mechanism. Two mechanisms of Web2.0 are designed for the study: HyperCard with creative commons concept and Sequence with Wiki style. An empirical study was implemented to investigate participants’ perceptions for derivation, remix, mutual support, ownership and satisfaction.
Fifty seven participants, third grade of two classes were involved in this study four weeks. Instruments include questionnaire、log、video tapes. Results show children in HyperCard group performed superior to those of Sequence group in all five factors. In the end, Key concepts for system design, personal use and collaboration were provided。
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