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A Survey of Knowledge Management Skills Acquisition in an Online Team-Based Distributed Computing Course
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Journal of College Teaching & Learning Volume 4, Number 9, ISSN 1544-0389

Abstract

This paper investigates students' perceptions of their acquisition of knowledge management skills, namely thinking and team-building skills, resulting from the integration of various resources and technologies into an entirely team-based, online upper level distributed computing (DC) information systems (IS) course. Results seem to indicate that more support of the thinking skills was provided by the offline resources than by the online resources, while both the online and offline resources were perceived as providing a lot of support for the team-building skills. (Contains 2 tables and 3 figures.)

Citation

Thomas, J.D.E. (2007). A Survey of Knowledge Management Skills Acquisition in an Online Team-Based Distributed Computing Course. Journal of College Teaching & Learning, 4(9), 39-46. Retrieved April 6, 2020 from .

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