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An Empirical Investigation of Electronic Groups in the Classroom.

Scifres, E; Gundersen, D; Behara, R; (1998) An Empirical Investigation of Electronic Groups in the Classroom. Journal of Education for Business , 73 (4) pp. 247-50.

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Title: An Empirical Investigation of Electronic Groups in the Classroom.
Additional information: Database: ERIC Target audience (level): Higher-Education Journal announcement: CIJOCT1998 Year added: 1998 Record type: New. Language: English DataStar source field: Journal of Education for Business, Mar-Apr 1998, vol. 73, no. 4, p. 247-50, ISSN: 0883-2323. DataStar update date: 19990101 Comparison of process and outcome variables for in-class teams (80 students) with interuniversity teams using computer-mediated communication (36 students) revealed that electronic groups may negate some benefits of collaborative learning (e.g., they were less satisfied with group process). However, electronic groups achieved higher overall level of learning. (SK).
Keywords: Business-Education, Communication-Problems, Computer-Mediated- Communication, Group-Dynamics, Higher-Education, Teamwork, Keywords: Collaborative-Learning
UCL classification: UCL > Provost and Vice Provost Offices > VP Education
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/68511
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