Computer Conferencing: An Environment for Collaborative Project-based Learning in Distance Education
Educational Research and Evaluation Volume 7, Number 2, ISSN 1380-3611
Studied the effects of group formation strategy and levels of tutor intervention on online collaborative learning in a distance education class. Results with 45 undergraduates favor the random assignment of students to collaborative groups and the introduction of tutor intervention during the course of project work. (SLD)
Bernard, R.M. & Lundgren-Cayrol, K. (2001). Computer Conferencing: An Environment for Collaborative Project-based Learning in Distance Education. Educational Research and Evaluation, 7(2), 241.
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