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On-Line Communication Patterns of Novice Internet Users


Computers in the Schools Volume 12, Number 3, ISSN 0738-0569


Reports on a study of 14 master's degree students' online communication patterns when their classroom environment had been expanded electronically through a public listserv for classroom interaction and private e-mail on the Internet. Student attitudes and reactions are described, based on results of questionnaires. (Author/LRW)


Williams, H.L. & Merideth, E.M. (1996). On-Line Communication Patterns of Novice Internet Users. Computers in the Schools, 12(3), 21-31. Retrieved December 15, 2019 from .

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