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Title: Work In Progress: How Engineering Students Collaboratively Seek Information in a Design Engineering Course?
Authors: Saleh, Nasser

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Keywords: Collzborative Information Behaviour
Engieering
Design
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Issue Date: 27-Jul-2009
Publisher: Canadian Design Engineering Network (CDEN)
Citation: N. Saleh, “Work In Progress: How Engineering Students Collaboratively Seek Information in a Design Engineering Course? ”, In Proceedings of the 6th Canadian Design Engineering Network (CDEN) Annual Conference, July 27-29, 2009.
Abstract: The paper reports a research in progress to study collaborative information seeking practice of learners working in groups in a senior design project course. The research belongs to the area of educational informatics where information behaviour is studied within a learning environment. The paper presents the definition of collaboration and the conceptual models of collaborative information behaviour.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/2002
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