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Computerspeak: Message Content and Perceived Appropriateness in an Educational Setting
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Journal of Educational Technology Systems Volume 22, Number 2, ISSN 0047-2395

Abstract

Describes a study that investigated the use of computer conferencing systems in a masters-level professional health care program. Previous research is reviewed; message content (i.e., socio-emotional activity versus task activity) is discussed; and the model development of the discipline is used to compare course content. (Contains 42 references.) (LRW)

Citation

Vaverek, K.A. & Saunders, C. (1994). Computerspeak: Message Content and Perceived Appropriateness in an Educational Setting. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 22(2), 123. Retrieved May 23, 2019 from .

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