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Google Docs in Undergraduate online Composition Class
Asian Journal of Interdisciplinary Research
Google Docs, as a collaborative online writing tool in Higher Education, facilitates and enhances the Composition pedagogical practices in face-to-face and virtual classes. The purpose of this quantitative study is to investigate the students' learning styles' impact on their Peer Assessment using Google Docs. Participants included 149 Composition students in a Public Health College of a private university in New York City. The statistical findings of this study revealed that students' learningdoi:10.34256/ajir2117 fatcat:6pget3ommzcj7kkza5afuq7x6m