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Social networks and performance in distributed learning communities

Posted on 04 Dec 2012 with 0 comments
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Social networks play an essential role in learning environments as a key channel for knowledge sharing and students’ support. This study analyses two distributed learning communities’ social networks in order to understand how characteristics of the social structure can enhance students’ success and performance. 


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