The Role of the Tutor in Asynchronous Discussion Boards: A Case Study of a Pre-Service Teacher Course
Educational Media International Volume 40, Number 1, ISSN 0952-3987
Provides an account of the perceptions and experiences of preservice teachers on the roles of their tutors in online discussions, based on a study at the National Institute of Education (Singapore). Reports results of a questionnaire survey, focus group interviews, and analyses of the discussion records. (Author/LRW)
Lim, C.P. & Cheah, P.T. (2003). The Role of the Tutor in Asynchronous Discussion Boards: A Case Study of a Pre-Service Teacher Course. Educational Media International, 40(1), 33-47.
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