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From Answer Garden to Answer Jungle
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Education & Training Volume 40, Number 8, ISSN 0040-0912

Abstract

The use of Usenet newsgroups in a computing and information systems classroom at the University of Brighton showed how Internet-based learning systems can encourage rapid evolution so that resources adapt to learners' needs. Although not always used as intended, and including off-topic distractions, newsgroups did accommodate learning styles and develop communication skills. (JOW)

Citation

Dron, J., Mitchell, R. & Siviter, P. (1998). From Answer Garden to Answer Jungle. Education & Training, 40(8), 353. Retrieved November 18, 2019 from .

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