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Working in online groups-the challenges of virtually integrated learning environments

By Peter D. Duffy and Leo Bowman

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Universities continue to struggle with the need to combine the pedagogical benefits of collaborative learning with large scale, interactive and technologically sophisticated learning and teaching arrproaches and support systems. This challenge requires imaginative approaches if the outcome is not to the 'worst of both worlds' that results in confusion and disillusionism amongst students. This paper presents three case studies that use online technologies to provide collaborative teaching solutions arguably much superior to that possible without an online intervention

Topics: 190300 JOURNALISM AND PROFESSIONAL WRITING, collaborative learning, collaborative teaching solutions, online technologies
Publisher: Department of Teaching and Learning Support Services, Queensland University of Technology
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:42537

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