By Rainer Bromme, Friedrich W. Hesse, Hans Spada
What are the limitations in computer-mediated communique for cooperative studying and paintings? in accordance with empirical examine, the chapters of this booklet supply various views at the nature and factors of such boundaries for college students and researchers within the box.
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First, we will focus on cooperative learning (the term 'collaborative' will be used synonymously) as opposed to individual learning. , under a common learning goal. Whenever the participants of a cooperative learning group are physically present at the same place and time, this is called face-to-face learning, be it with or without the use of computers and networks. Whenever the participants are separated physically, and communication is mediated by some sort of computer technology (primarily: the internet), this is called net-based learning.
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