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A Proposed Model for Authenticating Knowledge Transfer in Online Discussion Forums
International Journal of Higher Education
Discussion forums are often utilized in the online classroom to build a sense of community, encourage collaboration and exchange, and measure time on task. A review of the literature revealed that there is little research that examines the role of the online discussion forum as a mechanism for knowledge transfer. Researchers reviewed 21 course sections of a graduate organizational behavior course in an effort to determine if knowledge transfer occurred in the discussion forums. Student anddoi:10.5430/ijhe.v3n2p106 fatcat:galxhh72fjfc7lcg4rcjkjk4lq