Online Collaboration: Individual Involvement Used to Predict Team Performance
Social media – with its collaborative and interactive functionalities – is an ideal platform for collaboration. Several teams were asked to create material using a content management system. Log records were analyzed to measure group and individual participation. Direct and indirect measures of involvement are used as predictor variables. A model is proposed that uses system-tracked data to forecast team performance.
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