International Journal of Educational Technology Volume 1, Number 2, ISSN 1327-7308
Discusses the use of electronic communication networks in education to foster literacy development and considers how innovations are introduced and accepted. Describes electronic communication networks in a college classroom used on a local area network to improve students' abilities to write, read, and engage in collaborative problem solving through writing. (Contains 69 references.) (LRW)
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