Online interactivity: best practice based on two case studies

  • Tom Boyle
  • John Cook

Abstract

This paper compares the experiences of two studies in the use of network supported collaborative learning. These studies aimed to enhance the learning experience of traditional campus-based students. The courses used a hybrid of face-to-face contact and collaborative work mediated through electronic networks. The aim of the studies was to provide an enhanced educational experience to these traditional student cohorts.

DOI:10.1080/09687760108656779

 

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Boyle, T., & Cook, J. (1). Online interactivity: best practice based on two case studies. Research in Learning Technology, 9(1). https://doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v9i1.12020
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Original Research Articles