Computer-Mediated Communications Support for Teacher Collaborations: Researching New Contexts for Both Teaching and Learning
Educational Technology Volume 30, Number 10, ISSN 0013-1962
Discusses the use of computer-mediated communications for student learning and for teacher collaborations. The use of local area networks and electronic bulletin boards is described, new networks that will serve the needs of students and teachers are discussed, and theoretical and practical approaches to research and analysis are considered. (20 references) (LRW)
Hunter, B. (1990). Computer-Mediated Communications Support for Teacher Collaborations: Researching New Contexts for Both Teaching and Learning. Educational Technology, 30(10), 46-49.
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