An Analysis of Collaborative Online Learning Stefan Moores
Inclusion Criteria Exclusion Criteria The title must have included the word collaborative. Papers which mentioned the words collaborative, online or learning in the abstract. The title must have included the word online. Papers which included discussions of online learning but excluded collaboration or vice versa. The title must have included the word learning. Papers which had no methodology section or empirical evidence.
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(3) Chan, E. K. H., Jahng, N., & Nielsen, W. S. (2010). Collaborative learning in an online Course: a comparison of communication patterns in small and whole group activities. Journal of Distance Education, 24 (2), 39-58.
(4) Chen, H. H., & Chou, P. (2008). Engagement in online collaborative learning: a case study using a Web 2.0 tool. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 4 (4), 574-582.
(5) Fahraeus, E. R. (2004). Distance education students moving towards collaborative learning: field study of Australian distance education students and systems. Educational Technology and Society, 7 (2), 129-140.
(6) Fisher, M. (2003). Online collaborative learning-relating theory to practice. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 31 (3), 227-249.
(7) Fung, Y. Y. H. (2004). Collaborative online learning: interaction patterns and limiting factors. Open Learning, 19 (2), 135-149.
(8) Graham, M., & Scarborough, H. (1999). Computer mediated communication and collaborative learning in an undergraduate distance education environment. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 15 (1), 20-46.
(9) Harris, B., Poole, M., Wangemann, P., & Wang, M. (2001). Promoting online collaborative learning experiences for teenagers. Educational Media International, 38(4), 203-215.
(10) Hung, J., Peng, S. W., & Zhang, K. (2009). Online collaborative learning in a project-based learning environment: a case study on undergraduate students perspectives. Educational Media International, 46 (2), 123-135.
(11) Kitchen, D. & McDougall, D. (1999). Collaborative learning on the internet. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 27 (3), 245-258.
(12) Lock, J. V., & Redmond, P. (2006). International online collaboration: modeling online learning and teaching. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 2 (4), 233-247.
(13) Macdonald, J. (2003). Assessing online collaborative learning: process and product. Computers & Education, 40 (1), 377-391.
(14) Murphy, E. (2004). Recognizing and promoting collaboration in an online asynchronous discussion. British Journal of Educational Technology, 35 (4), 421-431.
(15) Rajamoney, M. S., & Stapa, S. H. (2009). Support from a distance: perceptions of Malaysian students on computer mediated collaborative learning. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 10 (4).