Learning Effects of Asynchronous Learning Networks: A Comparision of Groups and Individuals Solving Ethical Case Scenarios


The field experiment described in this paper explores self-reported learning and actual learning outcomes when Asynchronous Learning Networks (ALN) vs. manual methods are used in the individual and group solution of ethical scenarios. A 2x2 factorial design crosses two modes of communication (manual vs. asynchronous computer conference) and two types of… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/HICSS.1998.653117

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