Educational interaction in distance learning

  title={Educational interaction in distance learning},
  author={Marco Casarotti and Luca Filipponi and Luca Pieti and Riccardo Sartori},
  journal={PsychNology Journal},
The basic definition of distance learning (DL) considers that the teacher and the students are separate in the spatial dimension and that this distance is filled by using technological resources. Recent technological developments, allowing an increasing level of interaction between users, have implicated a deep change in the educational system. Aim of these studies was to analyze the implementation of interaction in a DL system with one-way video and two-way audio channels and to investigate… CONTINUE READING


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