HERE’S WAVING AT YOU KID – USING GOOGLE WAVE FOR PEER TO PEER PROJECT BRAINSTORMING | E-flections
In addition to understanding how the cognitive processes of participants are influenced by social interaction, we need to understand how learning events themselves take place in the interactions between participants’ Rupert Wegerif (2006, p11)
This is the first in a series of posts on our experience of using Wave for collaborative, peer-to-peer project planning on a masters course. There will be a bibliography in the last post
Google Wave has rapidly established itself as a significant presence in the social networking environment, dividing opinion between those who see it as a confusing, time wasting gimmick and those who see it as a potentially powerful tool for collaboration, networking and information sharing.
~ by Gary Austin on February 20, 2010.