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Computer-Mediated Group Projects: Facilitating Collaborative Learning with the World Wide Web
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Teaching of Psychology Volume 26, Number 2, ISSN 0098-6283

Abstract

Examines the World Wide Web as a tool for encouraging collaborative group work in two teaching environments (high school and graduate school). Finds that the Web environment provided: (1) separations between individual contributions; (2) a structure for participation; (3) access to others contributions; (4) individual work space; and (5) equal resources. (CMK)

Citation

Pychyl, T.A., Clarke, D. & Abarbanel, T. (1999). Computer-Mediated Group Projects: Facilitating Collaborative Learning with the World Wide Web. Teaching of Psychology, 26(2), 138. Retrieved April 21, 2019 from .

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