By Rainer Bromme, Friedrich W. Hesse, Hans Spada
What are the limitations in computer-mediated verbal exchange for cooperative studying and paintings? according to empirical examine, the chapters of this ebook supply various views at the nature and reasons of such limitations for college students and researchers within the box.
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Barriers and Biases in Computer-Mediated Knowledge Communication: And How They May Be Overcome (Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Series) by Rainer Bromme, Friedrich W. Hesse, Hans Spada