Problems in researching e-learning as Archaeology

Abstract : This presentation is basically about the problems that I have faced, in common with many other people, in doing online learning research. Before we get into the real problem, let me highlight here the key research question that I wish to address. Can we see the evidence of peer to peer 'teaching' in online discussion?
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Habibah Ab-Jalil. Problems in researching e-learning as Archaeology. ESRC/WUN Research Seminar series, Researching Dialogue & Communities of Enquiry in eLearning in HE, 6 July 2005, University of Bristol, 2005, Bristol, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-00190300⟩

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