I am very new to WebHeads and have not done the traditional
introduction. I guess I should very soon. I am also working on
communications with online groups. I have looked at academic writing in
computer-mediated communications. I am now beginning a project whereby
I am looking at how participants use linguistic connectors within
discussions. I am more than willing to share my various drafts with
you, if you wish.
On Monday, November 25, 2002, at 05:57 PM, <s.nyrop@...> wrote:
> Dear Tere, Rita and Keiko
> Here are some comments for the abstract that Tere malied
> to us some days ago. It is very good, most of it, but as we
> still have quite a while, we are in no terrible hurry.
> 1.Ttile: What online communication tools facilitate the
> interaction of participants in a community of practice?
> That is a very demanding title, I think we’re dealing with a
> more specific question, asking
> How can online communication tools be used to facilitate the
> interaction of participants in a community of practice in a
> virtual learning environment?
Jacqui Cyrus, MA in TESOL
Doctoral Student in EDIT
Educational Design & Instructional Technology
College of Education
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79409-1071