Critical Thinking in Discussion: Online versus Face-to-Face [Book Chapter]
Book chapter "Critical Thinking in Discussion: Online versus Face-to-Face" by Leonard Shedletskey from Shedletsky from Cases on Collaboration in Virtual Environments: Processes and Interactions ed. by Donna Russell.
As emerging technologies increase the potential for constructivist learning processes and responses, it is critical that educational researchers, instructional designers, cognitive scientists, and information scientists become more aware of advances in these correlating fields.
Cases on Collaboration in Virtual Learning Environments: Processes and Interactions provides a systematic response to this highly innovative and rapidly evolving field for enhanced education and training. Containing unique research cases on experiences, implementations, and applications of virtual learning environments, this publication offers a critical collection of leading explorations useful to educational practitioners, researchers, and those involved in related fields of study.
computer-assisted instruction, shared virtual environments, group work in education, case studies
Communication | Computer Engineering | Education | Engineering | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Shedletsky, L. (2010). Critical Thinking in Discussion: Online versus Face-to-Face. In D. Russell (Ed.). Cases on Collaboration in Virtual Environments: Processes and Interactions. Hershey, PA.: Information Science Reference.