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Are one-to-one computers necessary? An analysis of collaborative web

Posted on 27 Nov 2012 with 0 comments
Collaboration Engagement and performance Evaluating ICT effects ICT in education Learning environment Pedagogy

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This study analysed the exploratory activities and discussion dialogues obtained when students were exploring the web with the shared computer and the 1:1 shared-displays. The results show that with only shared computers student discussions did not coherently facilitate the group to judge information or make group decision. On the contrary, when using the 1:1 computers with the shared displays, students collected and surveyed richer information on the web.


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