Are Online Learners Frustrated with Collaborative Learning Experiences?

Neus Capdeferro, Margarida Romero, International Review of Research in Open, Distance Learning, Apr 13, 2012
Commentary by Stephen Downes

The title poses an interesting question. The answer is "yes". Or more formally, "Results revealed that frustration is a common feeling among students involved in online collaborative learning experiences. The perception of an asymmetric collaboration among the teammates was identified by the students as the most important source of frustration." I'm totally not surprised.
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