The Roles, Functions and Skills of Moderators of Online Educational Computer Conferences for Distance Education
Computers in the Schools Volume 20, Number 3, ISSN 0738-0569
The success or failure of an asynchronous computer conference as part of a distance education course is largely dependent upon the abilities of the moderator of the conference. This paper discusses various skills and responsibilities of a moderator. It includes a discussion of ineffective moderation and how to avoid making common mistakes by examining skills used by effective moderators to enhance, enliven, and assist students to bring meaning to the discussion in an atmosphere of warmth and mutual support.
Winograd, D. (2003). The Roles, Functions and Skills of Moderators of Online Educational Computer Conferences for Distance Education. Computers in the Schools, 20(3), 61-72.
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