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This paper presents data from one cycle of a design based research process in which we grapple with challenges in engaging students in more intensive discussion based interactions i n M a s s i v e O p e n O n l i n e C ourses ( M O O C s ) . We compare across three communication media provided to students in that context in terms of relative popularity and overlap in student sub-populations. We also compare the communication between these contexts in terms of their content focus, concentrationdblp:conf/cscl/FerschkeHTYLR15 fatcat:m4aarst57nhy3pimn2wp5y5tti