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Communication Conventions in Instructional Electronic Chats

Karen L. Murphy, Mauri P. Collins
1997 First Monday  
E-mail:mauri.collins@nau.edu Copyright © 1997, First Monday Communication Conventions in Instructional Electronic Chats by Dr. Karen L. Murphy and Mauri P. Collins.  ...  This study used content analysis to first identify the communication conventions and protocols that real-time, interactive electronic chat users developed in instructional settings.  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v2i11.558 fatcat:ayoguczvureldfth6y52tlqpyu

A Remote Engineering Lab for Collaborative Experimentation

Salaheddin Odeh, Eiman Ketaneh
2013 International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)  
Its main goal is to enable each of the collaborating group members to bring and to contribute ideas and knowledge to the group and then to share it with them in order to combine it into a final result.  ...  In engineering education, concepts taught through lectures are often complemented by lab experimentation, through which students can observe phenomena that are often difficult to explain by written material  ...  In remote labs, a tele-tutor communicates via synchronous or asynchronous communication tools with his students, resulting as a central role regarding instructional support.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijoe.v9i3.2500 fatcat:ytw2acy62vhyvann4mbxhfwdwu

Information Sharing in Face-to-Face, Teleconferencing, and Electronic Chat Groups

Kenneth A. Graetz, Edward S. Boyle, Charles E. Kimble, Pamela Thompson, Julie L. Garloch
1998 Small Group Research  
The effective coordination and communication of information among distributed work groups is a growing need in many military contexts.  ...  These aids go by several names in the academic and trade literature: computer-supported cooperative work, electronic meeting systems, and groupware.  ...  Although new conventions for communicating meaning and reaching consensus may evolve in this medium (c.f, emoticons; Raymond, 1981) , electronic chat does not appear to be well suited for sharing information  ... 
doi:10.1177/1046496498296003 fatcat:7nday5kauvdnbecxkutnuyhzq4

The language of electronic communication and its implications for TEFL

Irina Averianova
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Based on available research and teaching practice, recommendations are suggested for addressing the language of electronic communication in the TEFL classroom.  ...  With the proliferation of digital media employed for content production and connection among individuals, electronically-mediated communication (EMC) is finding increasing use and recognition in teaching  ...  communication platforms, such as e-mail, text-chat, forums, blogs, wikis, etc.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.02.004 fatcat:lg5rjlm2qfdfhkndgn46yva7vy

Laboratory Experimentation For Supporting Collaborative Working In Engineering Education Over The Internet

S. Odeh, E. Abdelghani
2009 Zenodo  
In recent times, multi-user environments are successfully applied in many applications such as air traffic control systems, team-oriented military systems, chat-text tools, multi-player games etc.  ...  In this investigation, collaborative working environments from theoretical and practical perspectives are considered in order to build an effective collaborative real laboratory, which allows two students  ...  In contrast, the use of electronic and other distance learning technologies requires a carefully planned approach to instructional development, as communication between learners and instructors.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1056269 fatcat:oasnz2kp3fa3ld547ndkt5ca2a

The 2003 STS Continuing Education Survey: Selected Analyses of Science Librarians' Interests

Marilyn Christianson
2004 Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship  
Alternative scholarly communication leaped to the top of the list of respondent-generated topics. Little interest was demonstrated in traditional management skills.  ...  Both regular ALA attendees and non-regular attendees ranked continuing education needs in the same way; thus, changing convention session content may not increase attendance.  ...  Electronic reference (email, chat, etc.) 2. Presentation and teaching skills 3. Design tools for instructional websites 4. Information literacy in the sciences 5. Subject reference sources 6.  ... 
doi:10.29173/istl1995 fatcat:bwvuwr2udbgonhgkboooyj2czy

الخدمات المرجعیة الافتراضیة (الإلكترونیة) في المكتبات الجامعیة

م.إلھام نجم جابر
2019 Journal of College of Education for Women  
Their instructional programs help users learn how to thrive in this information age.  ...  which constitutes the question negotiation process can occur in both E -mail and conventional reference service.  ... 
doaj:60a5d5662957434092b8ad70a360390d fatcat:45cesxapzbe2ffhiytulk2hsfa

Sociopragmatic Differences and Behaviors in the Use of WhatsApp in Virtual Classrooms at a Public College of Education in Ghana

Solomon Dadzie, Salomey Horsu, Emmanuel Kyei
2021 EAST AFRICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SCIENCES  
Contracted and non-conventional forms of speech were very common in students' WhatsApp chats with their tutors.  ...  Verbal fillers in the WhatsApp group chats performed two macro-functions: interpersonal and textual. Based on the findings, the following recommendations were made.  ...  in WhatsApp group chats in virtual classrooms.  ... 
doi:10.46606/eajess2021v02i04.0137 fatcat:scwgjj352nd5ppf7hpxcydmze4

An Empirical Study On Effectiveness of E-Learning Over Conventional Class Room Learning – A Case Study with Respect to Online Degree Programmes in Higher Education

2022 Recent trends in Management and Commerce  
In instructional technology Innovations often are implemented in traditional ways.  ...  A portion of E-learners feel that the learning material in e-learning is not effective as that of conventional mode.  ...  communicating electronically.  ... 
doi:10.46632/rmc/3/1/5 fatcat:eponqao6kbe37jm45z5pfwgtqi

Effective Online Instructional and Assessment Strategies

Jorge Gaytan, Beryl C. McEwen
2007 American Journal of Distance Education  
Faculty and students identified several strategies for maintaining instructional quality in the online environment, including the importance of using a variety of instructional methods to appeal to various  ...  The purpose of this study was to better understand the instructional and assessment strategies that are most effective in the online learning environment.  ...  Future research studies should be designed to explore more innovative, efficient, and effective instructional and assessment techniques for the online environment.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08923640701341653 fatcat:peywy2pmw5ekxoqowhxxylxf24

lol: new language and spelling in instant messaging

Connie K. Varnhagen, G. Peggy McFall, Nicole Pugh, Lisa Routledge, Heather Sumida-MacDonald, Trudy E. Kwong
2009 Reading and writing  
Written communication in instant messaging, text messaging, chat, and other forms of electronic communication appears to have generated a "new language" of abbreviations, acronyms, word combinations, and  ...  The taxonomy provides an important tool for investigating new language use and the results provide partial evidence that new language does not have a harmful effect on conventional written language.  ...  instruction in conventional forms of writing.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11145-009-9181-y fatcat:bh7irmyjffdprhvev3pzijwhke

The Impact of Using Technology in Teaching English as a Second Language

Bassma Basheer Nomass
2013 English Language and Literature Studies  
Among these techniques are online English language learning web sites, computer assisted language learning programs, presentation software, electronic dictionaries, chatting and email messaging programs  ...  This paper aims to highlight the role of using modern technology in teaching English as a second language.  ...  Use of Internet Voice Chatting Chatting is the process of voice communication between the speaker and the listener through the internet.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ells.v3n1p111 fatcat:vldwehabsnee7e6svofnslaswa

An Analysis and Evaluation of Online Instructional Activities

Dennis R. Knapczyk, Khe Foon Hew
2007 Teacher Education and Special Education  
A key factor in successful teacher education is designing activities that promote attainment of instructional objectives.  ...  instruction.  ...  The In Touch section provided communication tools, such as email, chat rooms and discussion forums.  ... 
doi:10.1177/088840640703000305 fatcat:ghuipgseova7bfzmnril2tj4ju

Successful approaches to teaching through chat

Frances Devlin, Lea Currie, John Stratton
2008 New Library World  
opportunities for instruction in the chat medium.  ...  Originality/value -Librarians need to continue to develop instructional techniques to create more opportunities for teaching moments in chat.  ...  instruction and reference in the chat interview.  ... 
doi:10.1108/03074800810873579 fatcat:lfpfg3ggazhshd277dzjema2py

The effect of using Audio Visual Chat on seventh grade students' oral skills in Jordan and their attitudes toward it: أثر استخدام الدردشة المرئية على المهارات اللفظية لمتعلمي اللغة الإنجليزية لدى طلاب الصف السابع في الأردن واتجاهاتهم نحوها

Khetam Abd Al- Rahman Al- Rawashdeh Khetam Abd Al- Rahman Al- Rawashdeh
2021 المجلة العربية للعلوم ونشر الأبحاث مجلة العلوم التربوية والنفسية  
They were of two parts: a speaking and reading test that examined students' ability to interact appropriately in communicative settings and a questionnaire.  ...  It also investigated the seventh grade students' attitudes toward using audiovisual chat in teaching and learning oral skills in English.  ...  environments from conventional direct communication classrooms learners use computermediated communication (CMC) technologies, such as asynchronous and synchronous communication platforms, in online learning  ... 
doi:10.26389/ajsrp.k250421 fatcat:pai3t5ievvgwvanw5t3ttmsijm
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