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Lay Theories Regarding Computer-Mediated Communication in Remote Collaboration

Karl Parke, Nicola Marsden, Cornelia Connolly
2017 Open Praxis  
Computer-mediated communication and remote collaboration has become an unexceptional norm as an educational modality for distance and open education, therefore the need to research and analyze students  ...  experiences in conducting a remote collaborative project, through computer-mediated communication.  ...  The course "Computer-Mediated Communication and Remote Collaboration" The course or module "Computer-Mediated Communication and Remote Collaboration" is part of the master's program "Software Engineering  ... 
doi:10.5944/openpraxis.9.1.502 fatcat:eburlrpg6ndo3nbd5pkvkj5ptq

DecisionWeb: a tool for asynchronous meeting support [chapter]

P. Danyi
1996 Information Systems and Technology in the International Office of the Future  
Our focus here is on computer conferencing, described by others as one of the three types of computer-mediated communication (besides electronic mailing and bulletin boards) used in asynchronous, distributed  ...  In the 1980s, thanks to the local and wide area network infrastructure, more research was undertaken with non-FfF meetings, including computer-mediated communication.  ...  , as well as composition of communications software for both hardware-related purposes and meetingdependent procedures.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35085-1_26 fatcat:nikwlcqdarbprb5ddjzdb7tiie

Emotions and Self-efficacy as Mediators of Pre-Service Teachers' Adoption of Digital Tools

Wajeeh Daher, Nimer Baya'a, Ahlam Anabousy
2021 Emerging Science Journal  
The present research examines whether the pre-service teachers' preparation in using digital tools in their teaching develops their acceptance of these tools for teachings.  ...  Forty-eight mathematics and science pre-service teachers participated in the study. We analyzed the collected data using SPSS 21.  ...  As to the second mediation, computing for mediation effects for intention to use as outcome and attitude towards use as predictor, the first three steps showed significant results for self-efficacy and  ... 
doi:10.28991/esj-2021-01301 fatcat:uq33xvsxu5f5dnbqdaw7fgq4r4

PECULARITIES OF THE PROFESSIONAL DIALOGUE MEDIATED BY MODERN MEANS OF TELECOMMUNICATION IN THE PROCESS OF TRAINING FUTURE SPECIALISTS IN ECONOMICS

Tetiana V. Kramarenko
2021 Vìsnik Unìversitetu ìmenì Alʹfreda Nobelâ: Serìâ Pedagogìka ì Psihologiâ  
The requirements for professional dialogue mediated by computer means are presented.  ...  for dialogue; the expediency of including in the educational process of computer-mediated dialogue; attitude to the computer as a quasi-subject of dialogue.  ...  Smulson on the requirements for professional dialogue mediated by computer.  ... 
doi:10.32342/2522-4115-2021-2-22-24 doaj:e2ef9b4632cd4cb8a5ad5e6d25311ae9 fatcat:odyrqm2qufdhlltzgartbsfgpa

Social psychological aspects of computer-mediated communication

Sara Kiesler, Jane Siegel, Timothy W. McGuire
1984 American Psychologist  
One objective of our research is to explore how people participate in computer-mediated communication and how computerization affects group efforts to reach consensus.  ...  As more and more people use computers for communicating, the behavioral and societal effects of computer-mediated communication are becoming critical research topics.  ...  One objective of our research is to explore how people participate in computer-mediated communication and how computerization affects group efforts to reach consensus.  ... 
doi:10.1037//0003-066x.39.10.1123 fatcat:4zlvcokfxjcwpbxy2e4perscya

Social psychological aspects of computer-mediated communication

Sara Kiesler, Jane Siegel, Timothy W. McGuire
1984 American Psychologist  
One objective of our research is to explore how people participate in computer-mediated communication and how computerization affects group efforts to reach consensus.  ...  As more and more people use computers for communicating, the behavioral and societal effects of computer-mediated communication are becoming critical research topics.  ...  One objective of our research is to explore how people participate in computer-mediated communication and how computerization affects group efforts to reach consensus.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0003-066x.39.10.1123 fatcat:jdwruor3qfh5rkjcywidfzuzhm

Using Computer Mediated Team Based Learning for Developing EFL Prospective Teachers' Presentation Skills and Reducing Their Foreign Language Anxiety

Hasnaa Sabry Abdel-Hamid Ahmed Helwa
2015 دراسات عربية في التربية و علم النفس  
They were taught through a computer mediated team based learning.  ...  These results were ascribed to computer mediated team based learning .  ...  Computer Mediated Team based Learning Program For achieving the purpose of the research, the researcher designed a team learning program based on computer mediated communication.  ... 
doi:10.12816/0022419 fatcat:dtkzwx4hxzgybemrliorjozhge

Instructional strategies in the EGRET course

Daniela Damian, Marian Petre, Mariel Miller, Allyson F. Hadwin
2012 Proceedings of the Seventeenth Western Canadian Conference on Computing Education - WCCCE '12  
Our instructional strategies included (a) remote participation of graduate students across universities and countries in real-time, using technologies for synchronous computer mediated communication, (  ...  This paper reports the experience of teaching a course to prepare Computer Science graduate students for conducting research in the international community.  ...  Computer mediated Communication. Second, remote participation of graduate students from the OU gave EGRET students valuable experience with computer-mediated communication (CMC).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2247569.2247583 fatcat:jlgobu27gnh2llpglbehpuofne

Implementation of a Distributed Data Mining System [chapter]

Ju Cho, Sung Baik, Jerzy Bala
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The system consists of a web server, a pre-processor for data preparation, a mediator, and agents.  ...  A distributed learning algorithm of a decision tree in an agent-mediator communication mechanism is the most important and difficult to achieve the distributed data mining in this system, in the view of  ...  Fig. 3 . 3 Interface Methods for the Communication between Mediator and Agent Fig. 4 presents a UML sequence diagram for DDM.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11428862_161 fatcat:rqzyykrlvjfipeau4wybgs5vlm

Computer-Mediated Communication in the Classroom: Models for Enhancing Student Learning

Karin L. Sandell
1996 To Improve the Academy  
campus-wide project to test computer-mediated communication applications for the classroom.  ...  The introduction of computer-mediated communication into the college classroom has been a subject of concern to faculty interested both in exploring means of enhancing communication with their students  ...  Understand how students will experience computer-mediated communication. Faculty should be prepared to do anything that they ask their students to do.  ... 
doi:10.3998/tia.17063888.0015.006 fatcat:xqjv62smrfaw3awz4zs6fu76vy

Computer-Mediated Communication in the Classroom: Models for Enhancing Student Learning

Karin L. Sandell, Robert K. Stewart, Candace K. Stewart
1996 To Improve the Academy  
campus-wide project to test computer-mediated communication applications for the classroom.  ...  The introduction of computer-mediated communication into the college classroom has been a subject of concern to faculty interested both in exploring means of enhancing communication with their students  ...  Understand how students will experience computer-mediated communication. Faculty should be prepared to do anything that they ask their students to do.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2334-4822.1996.tb00302.x fatcat:q7ytd5pukvblnmzqgoxrn7mfoi

Chains and ecologies

Clay Spinuzzi, William Hart-Davidson, Mark Zachry
2006 Proceedings of the 24th annual conference on Design of communication - SIGDOC '06  
Studies of knowledge work tend to take one of two research foci: either on communication (the transactional, intersubjective exchange of information, thoughts, writing, or speech among participants, performed  ...  in serial chains) or mediation (the nonsequential, implicit aspects of artifacts that serve to guide and constrain workers' activities).  ...  Implications In this paper, we've presented a methodological discussion intended to help develop a communicative-mediational model of computer-mediated writing.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1166324.1166336 dblp:conf/sigdoc/SpinuzziHZ06 fatcat:md5cbt2izrfnlaithzcuxvyase

An investigation of social loafing and social compensation in computer-supported cooperative work

Andy McKinlay, Rob Procter, Anne Dunnett
1999 Proceedings of the international ACM SIGGROUP conference on Supporting group work - GROUP '99  
The paper concludes by discussing some of the consequences of both experiments for the future role of computer-mediated communication in group work.  ...  In the second experiment, subjects performed a group decision task in face-to-face and computer mediated communication conditions.  ...  To this extent, the computer-mediated communication system used in the computer-mediated brainstorming condition acted as a memory aid or repository for group contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/320297.320327 dblp:conf/group/McKinlayPD99 fatcat:3aeylb2bqzadfffialt5gro6au

Is Face-to-Face Citizen Deliberation a Luxury or a Necessity?

John Gastil
2000 Political Communication  
Scott (1999) provides a review of the past five years of research on communication in face-to-face and computer-mediated groups.  ...  Given the lower cost of computer-mediated deliberation, future research should examine whether the same benefits might come from computer-mediated forums.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10584600050178960 fatcat:3hdn3nrpcbhqzauyqzwypsejkq

Enhancing site-specific theatre experience with remote partners in sleep no more

Akito van Troyer
2013 Proceedings of the 2013 ACM international workshop on Immersive media experiences - ImmersiveMe '13  
We demonstrate an overview of our audience participation experiment which enhances the immersive experience of live participants in the theatrical show of Sleep No More using wearable computing devices  ...  We report on our techniques for orchestrating participatory experience, engagement level with the performance and networked partnership, and suggestions for some directions for future research.  ...  For live participants, we also developed a wearable computing system within the existing Sleep No More masks (See Figure 1 .) that monitored their physiological state and mediated communication with remote  ... 
doi:10.1145/2512142.2512150 dblp:conf/mm/Troyer13 fatcat:piq7rqtxlfasnnzmha6222mmc4
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