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Zolotykhin Sergey Alexsandrovich (2013)
Publisher: Naučno-innovacionnyj Centr
Journal: Sovremennye Issledovaniâ Socialʹnyh Problem
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: Social Sciences, H

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ACM Ref: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION
One of the most important questions in computerization and Informatization of education are computer-mediated communication between students and teachers. At the present time such communication is considered as a dynamic process with a wide spectrum of strategies and technologies. Interaction is not limited to text-based dialogue with computer or Web sites. Mentoring between teacher-student and student-student are represent new promising aspects of examination of computer-mediated communication. The purpose of this chapter is summarize four different types of interaction in computer-mediated communication: learner-content, instructor-learner, learner-learner, and learner-interface. In the process of work of the used methods of empirical knowledge: theoretical analysis, inductive and deductive methods, theoretical methods, study of literature, etc. The results can be used for organization of distance learning, online learning, massive online open courses, in design of open educational resources.
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