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This does not mean, however, that these on-campus students do not use computer-mediated communication (CMC) media when interacting with each other in colocated project teams.
Respondents were neutral about the amount of effort put forth in learning computer-mediated communication skills to participate in the conversation (M = 2.
When cultures and computers collide: Rethinking computer-mediated communication according to international and intercultural communication expectations, Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 16, 196-214, doi: 10.
This book centered on the theme of using computer-mediated communication technologies for building stronger, more effective social connections.
The belief that computer-mediated communication, in particular asynchronous communication, allows students to communicate more freely may be a belief not based on data.
Computer-mediated communication (CMC) is an interdisciplinary subject area that spans fields as diverse as computer science, information technology, communication studies, linguistics, law, and education.
One hundred and forty-five undergraduate students at a large southwestern university completed a questionnaire designed to assess college students' computer-mediated communication behaviors.
The Relationship Between Negotiated Interaction, Learner Uptake, and Lexical Acquisition in Task-based Computer-mediated Communication
Ullman gives credit to NJIT faculty members Starr Roxanne Hiltz and Murray Turoff, whose 1978 book Network Nation brought early attention to the sense of community that can be generated by computer-mediated communication.
comparative advantages of using computer-mediated communication and face-to-face communication

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