A Study of Synchronous versus Asynchronous Collaboration in an Online Business Writing Class
American Journal of Distance Education Volume 20, Number 2, ISSN 0892-3647
A case study examined the collaborative experiences of students in an online business writing classroom. The purpose was to examine the same groups of students working on collaborative writing assignments in both a synchronous (real-time) and an asynchronous (non-real-time) discussion forum. This study focused on examining the amount, pattern, and focus of interactions, as well as assessing students' attitudes toward communicating in the two different environments.
Mabrito, M. (2006). A Study of Synchronous versus Asynchronous Collaboration in an Online Business Writing Class. American Journal of Distance Education, 20(2), 93-107.
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