E-Mail Communication and Clinical Supervision: The InternNet Project
Journal of Computing in Teacher Education Volume 14, Number 1, ISSN 1040-2454
The InternNet Project examined applications of Internet resources to preservice development. Secondary interns were trained to use e-mail for communicating with faculty and maintaining an ongoing dialog. Analysis of e-mail traffic and content of clinical interactions with e-mail found that the social environments of electronic communication networks significantly affected the development and use of information technology. (SM)
Souviney, R. & Saferstein, B. (1997). E-Mail Communication and Clinical Supervision: The InternNet Project. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 14(1), 21-27.
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