Factors Affecting Asynchronous Discussion in a Graduate Education Course

ID: 32071 Type: Poster/Demo
  1. Mark A. Rodriguez and Porfirio Loeza, Sacramento State, United States

Wednesday, March 9 6:30 PM-8:00 PM Location: Hermitage C

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Abstract: Online asynchronous discussions are key components to online courses. The purpose of this paper or study is to identify in literature the key factors that influence productive online discussions, productive online discussions will be defined, and an analysis of an online discussion based on findings in literature will be evaluated. This will be the goal of a graduate education course which will be conducting the literature review and reporting on the literature in an online setting through the use of online discussion tools. The graduate education course members online discussions will also be a focus of analysis to determine if they were able to apply their findings in literature to their own online discussions.

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