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Proceedings of the Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning Foundations for a CSCL Community - CSCL '02
In this paper I examine the learning dynamics of three collaborative, e-learning continuing professional development groups specifically he degree of complexity, harmony and diversity in them. Two of the groups worked harmoniously, and successfully produced a collective end product. The other group exhibited extreme anxiety and division, and required extra resources from its members in order to sustain itself. Anxiety became a major focus for this group, which had the effect of diverting itdoi:10.3115/1658616.1658654 fatcat:mgg2duvndfcrto3j5ev2kbxyta