Computer conferencing; discourse, education and conflict mediation
Computers & Education Volume 29, Number 4, ISSN 0360-1315 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Computer conferencing can aid in conflict resolution by developing discourse skills. This article examines conflict resolution and computer conferencing as a channel for discourse and describes three computer conferences involving secondary school students, teacher education students, and teachers in Northern Ireland, Europe, and the United Kingdom on contemporary world issues, modern history, and professional development. (PEN)
Austin, R. (1997). Computer conferencing; discourse, education and conflict mediation. Computers & Education, 29(4), 153-161. Elsevier Ltd.
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