Impact of Asynchronous and Synchronous Internet-based Communication on Collaboration and Performance among K-12 Teachers
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 23, Number 4, ISSN 0735-6331
Investigates the use of asynchronous (mailing lists) and synchronous (chat sessions) Internet-based communication and its impact on teachers' attitudes toward collaboration, activity completion rate, and test performance. Also examines the impact of collaboration on activity completion rate and teacher performance measured by objective tests. The data suggested a relationship between attitudes toward collaboration and use of Internet-based communication. (Author/AEF)
Ohlund, B., Yu, C.H., Jannasch-Pennell, A. & DiGangi, S.A. (2000). Impact of Asynchronous and Synchronous Internet-based Communication on Collaboration and Performance among K-12 Teachers. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 23(4), 405.
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