Lessons Learned: Using Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Conferencing To Facilitate Group Discussion
Journal of Nursing Education Volume 39, Number 2, ISSN 0022-3158
A nursing school used asynchronous computer conferencing for student discussion groups and three distance sites and one host site. Course evaluation showed students appreciated the ability to review discussions and reflect before commenting and felt team collegiality. A switch to different software reduced the technology learning curve, but instructional design was more important than technology. (SK)
Cartwright, J. (2000). Lessons Learned: Using Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Conferencing To Facilitate Group Discussion. Journal of Nursing Education, 39(2), 87-90.
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Deana Molinari, Brigham Young Univ., United States
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