On mediation in virtual learning environments
Internet and Higher Education Volume 4, Number 3, ISSN 1096-7516 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
This article is not about the panacea of computers or technology as the saving grace of education. We firmly believe that human interaction, especially as it pertains to face-to-face (f2f) encounters, is certainly the most effective way to communicate and collaborate. However, in an Internet-connected world, there are alternatives to f2f proliferating. In this paper, our investigations and ideas pertain to enhancing these types of non-f2f encounters, and putting a more human feeling to them.
Davies, L. & Hassan, W.S. (2001). On mediation in virtual learning environments. Internet and Higher Education, 4(3), 255-269. Elsevier Ltd.
- computer mediated communication
- Computer Software Development
- EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
- educational technology
- Human Computer Interaction
- Human–computer interaction
- Man Machine Systems
- Virtual Classrooms
- Virtual Environments
- virtual learning environments
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