The Impact of Group Support Systems on Collaborative Learning Groups' Stages of Development
ITLPJ Volume 17, Number 2, ISSN 1535-1556
Two graduate student groups (n=7 and n=6) used both computerized groups support systems and traditional methods to complete collaborative tasks. The progress and stages of development of one group was erratic, whereas the other evolved into a high-performance group. Technology reduced some group conflict but had little impact on group development. (SK)
Feather, S.R. (1999). The Impact of Group Support Systems on Collaborative Learning Groups' Stages of Development. Information Technology, Learning, and Performance Journal, 17(2), 23-34.
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