computer-mediated communication


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computer-mediated communication

An umbrella term for people communicating with each other using computers, such as instant messaging (IM), chat and email. See instant messaging and chat.
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Keywords: teamwork, task virtuality, colocated teams, computer-mediated communication.
00), and that they were able to learn through the medium of computer-mediated communication (M = 4.
In this paper, I attempt a survey of computer-mediated communication, which is an offshoot of mediated communication aspect of the communication studies.
Methical Jane: Perspectives on an Undisclosed Virtual Student, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 12(4), 1.
Towards an integrated strategy for intercultural dialog: Computer-mediated communication and face to face.
Although contributors may have been researching a particular method of computer-mediated communication that they created themselves, they were careful as to point out the positive and negative results from their findings.
The literature shows the continued growth of the use of distance education and thus of computer-mediated communication within this field, and a consistent thread that looks into the nature of communicative acts and their role in the education process.
Virtual Collaborative Writing in the Workplace: Computer-Mediated Communication Technologies and Processes investigates the use of computer-mediated communication technologies, including everything from instant messaging and email to interaction on webpages, webcasts, and graphical user interfaces, to facilitate effective interdependent collaboration in writing projects.
Computer-mediated communication for linguistics and literacy; technology and natural language education.
The experiences, challenges, tensions and strategies for effective consulting relationships heavily supported by computer-mediated communication in international contexts are discussed.
As a scientist, I am often interested in understanding the history of my research area of interest, computer-mediated communication (CMC), and past research findings will typically inform and guide my current investigation.
People may want face time with their elephants, but when they try interacting with human beings different from themselves, virtual is better, argue two Israel-based researchers in The Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (April 2006).

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