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Pilgrims' progress: the journey towards a knowledge building community in a university undergraduate class

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The purpose of this study was to examine the progress of a class of third and fourth year undergraduate science students as they attempted to create a knowledge building community in a blended or hybrid science education class. The research sought to examine this process through analyses of the frequency of their note postings and responses, and through a social network analysis of their communication patterns for note reading.

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