Barriers, Biases and Opportunities of Communication and Cooperation with Computers: Introduction and Overview

  • Rainer Bromme
  • Friedrich W. Hesse
  • Hans Spada
Part of the Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Series book series (CULS, volume 5)


Cooperative Learning Structure Barrier External Representation Computer Environment Technical Environment 
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  • Rainer Bromme
  • Friedrich W. Hesse
  • Hans Spada

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