Determining sociability, social space, and social presence in (A)synchronous collaborative groups

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Kreijns, K.; Kirschner, P.A.; Jochems, W.; Buuren, H. van;
(2004)

The effectiveness of group learning in asynchronous distributed learning groups depends on the social interaction that takes place. This social interaction affects both cognitive and socioemotional processes that take place during learning, group forming, establishment ... View more
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