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Title: On Being Too Nice: Message Interaction in an Asynchronous Learning Network
Authors: Roulet, Geoffrey
Khan, Steven
Lazarus, Jill

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Keywords: online
Issue Date: 27-Mar-2008
Publisher: İstanbul Üniversitesi
Citation: Roulet, G., Khan, S., & Lazarus, J. (2008). On Being Too Nice: Message Interaction in an Asynchronous Learning Network. In S. Gülseçen & Z. Ayvaz Reis (Eds.), Future-Learning: 2nd international Future-Learning conference on innovations in learning for the future 2008: elearning (Istanbul, Turkey, March 27-29, 2008) proceedings (pp. 439-447): Istanbul: Istanbul University.
Abstract: The interact system model (ISM) is used to examine the interactions between messages submitted during online discussions related to a graduate education course in curriculum theory. Interactions are analyzed using complexity science and conclusions are drawn concerning structures that could enhance discussion and support the construction of collective understandings.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/7376
ISBN: 978-975-404-819-3
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