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Computer Conferencing: An Environment for Collaborative Project-based Learning in Distance Education
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Educational Research and Evaluation Volume 7, Number 2, ISSN 1380-3611

Abstract

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)

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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. Retrieved April 26, 2019 from .

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