Critical Incident-Based Computer Supported Collaborative Learning
ISAIJLS Volume 27, Number 5, ISSN 0020-4277
Reports on a study of nursing education at the University of Southern Queensland (Australia) that sought to integrate-computer mediated communication, collaborative learning, and reflection on critical incidences to make the most of learning opportunities confronted by learners and practitioners in situ. Discusses learning and instructional design. (LRW)
Naidu, S. & Oliver, M. (1999). Critical Incident-Based Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. Instructional Science: An International Journal of the Learning Sciences, 27(5), 329.
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