Corpus ID: 18657771

Improving Virtual Collaborative Learning through Canonical Action Research.

@article{Weber2014ImprovingVC,
  title={Improving Virtual Collaborative Learning through Canonical Action Research.},
  author={Peter Weber and Christian Lehr and Martin Gersch},
  journal={Electronic Journal of e-Learning},
  year={2014},
  volume={12},
  pages={326-338}
}
Virtual collaboration continues to gain in significance and is attracting attention also as virtual collaborative learning (VCL) in education. This paper addresses aspects of VCL that we identified as critical in a series of courses named 'Net Economy': (1) technical infrastructure, (2) motivation and collaboration, and (3) assessment and evaluation. Net Economy is an international online setting, focusing on the business impact of new technologies and is highly notable for the divergent… Expand
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