Computer-Mediated Communication in Education: A Review of Recent Research
Educational Media International Volume 44, Number 1, ISSN 0952-3987
The field of research on computer-mediated communication (CMC) in education is a relatively new research area. A summary of the latest research is useful to show what methodologies and research topics have been emphasized in order to be better prepared for the future by uncovering areas where there is a lack of research. The study examines articles published in Computers & Education, Educational Media International, Journal of Educational Computing Research and Journal of Educational Media between 2000 and 2004. It reveals that the field is dominated by empirical articles that adopt a pluralistic approach and investigate the use of asynchronous text-based CMC systems by learners and instructors engaged in blended education. The article is concluded by suggesting how these findings may guide future research. (Contains 4 tables and 7 figures.)
Hrastinski, S. & Keller, C. (2007). Computer-Mediated Communication in Education: A Review of Recent Research. Educational Media International, 44(1), 61-77.
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