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Research for Practitioners: Social Interaction, Belief, and Learning by Julie Dirksen : Learning Solutions Magazine

October 3, 2012

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Interesting research on how we learn when we think we are interacting with a person virtually versus a computer virtually. Not surprisingly we learn best when we believe we are interacting with a person, this research gives empirical support for bringing personableness to the online classroom, along with transparency.
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