Gary Natriello

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Online surveys are becoming more popular as a means of information gathering in both academia and industry because of their relatively low cost and delivery. However, there are increasing debates on data quality in online surveys. We present a novel survey prototyping tool that integrates embedded learning resources to facilitate the survey prototyping(More)
In this exploratory study, Cocciolo, Chae and Natriello investigate the extent to which the communicative processes exhibited within a large digital repository illustrate the emergence of an online community of practice (CoP). In order to make this claim, we present a method for identifying the emergence of an online CoP using Social Network Analysis (SNA)(More)
With collaborative web technologies such as wikis becoming increasingly popular in the workplace, this case study examined how workers at an education research unit within a graduate school of education perceive the wiki as a platform for communication and collaboration, and the extent to which they actually use a workplace wiki for that purpose. Twenty(More)
ResearchBroker is an online system, which connects academic researchers with real-world research opportunities at companies, organizations and government institutions. A number of companies and organizations don't have the expertise or the resources to conduct research studies on their application software/systems. Similarly PhD students are looking for(More)
Learning from dialogues is a powerful pedagogy. Video-based and dialogic learning have become increasingly commonplace over the last decade and gradually evolve as one of the most popular teaching & learning strategies for modern e-learning (i.e. MOOCs). Identifying high-quality video dialogues is increasingly challenging because of the sheer number of(More)
This poster presentation will reflect qualitatively on the challenges and opportunities of PocketKnowledge ( as an institutional repository. The main question explored is whether such repositories are best understood as new competitors in the academic publishing world or as on-going documentations of the(More)
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