Creating hybrid distributed learning environments by implementing distributed collaborative writing in traditional educational settings

Abstract

This paper summarizes three field experiments involving distributed collaborative writing in traditional educational settings creating a hybrid form of distributed education. One finding shows that specialized collaborative tools allowed for parallel work, group awareness, and coordination, providing substantial advantages over traditional word processors… (More)

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@article{Lowry2004CreatingHD, title={Creating hybrid distributed learning environments by implementing distributed collaborative writing in traditional educational settings}, author={P. L. Lowry and J. F. Nunamaker and Q G Booker and Andy Curtis and M Lowry}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication}, year={2004}, volume={47}, pages={171-189} }