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Democracy and Computer Conferencing
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Theory Into Practice Volume 37, Number 1, ISSN 0040-5841

Abstract

Discusses virtual online communities, probing claims about the Internet as a place for fostering democracy. The paper examines the democratic nature of computer conferencing in classrooms, focusing on a study of graduate students' online interactions. Results indicated that students were able to master the medium and act as responsible, equal partners in education. (SM)

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Hollenbeck, J. (1998). Democracy and Computer Conferencing. Theory Into Practice, 37(1), 38-45. Retrieved December 9, 2019 from .

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