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The Role of E-Collaboration in E-Learning: Why E-Collaboration Is Crucial

The Role of E-Collaboration in E-Learning: Why E-Collaboration Is Crucial
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Author(s): Kelly R. Elander (Harding University, USA)
Copyright: 2019
Pages: 18
Source title: Educational Technology and the New World of Persistent Learning
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Liston W. Bailey (University of Phoenix, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-6361-7.ch005

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Abstract

This chapter examines the relationship between collaboration and learning. Next, attention will be turned to how collaboration was transitioned from the classroom to the online environment, as e-collaboration. The case will be made that e-collaboration has provided solutions to at least four major areas of concern in e-learning: providing sufficient interaction for the learner, creating instructor and peer telepresence for learners, stimulating learning motivation online, and providing a vehicle to deliver authentic learning tasks and activities online. E-collaboration provides richer and more human interactions. E-collaboration provides the kind of telepresence that learners seek. E-collaboration can influence learning motivation. Finally, e-collaboration has made it possible to create authentic learning tasks, projects, and activities online. Additionally, many online collaborative tools, various platforms that can support e-collaboration, instructor techniques, and illustrative examples or stories will be shared.

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