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Evaluating Different Aspects Of Peer Interaction Using An On Line Instrument

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2008 Annual Conference & Exposition


Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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June 22, 2008

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June 22, 2008

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June 25, 2008



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Fostering and Assessing Effective Teaming

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Educational Research and Methods

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13.575.1 - 13.575.19

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Alan Cheville Oklahoma State University


James Duvall Oklahoma State University

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James Duvall is completing his BSEE degree at Oklahoma State University and expects to attend graduate school studying microwaves or photonics.

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to learn from experience. Hence the most competent individuals will become better evaluators while less competent individuals learn more slowly.

The authors acknowledge support from the National Science Foundation through award NSF0530588. James Duvall would like to acknowledge support from a National Science Foundation REU award (NSF0631565) which enabled him to develop the peer evaluation software used in this study. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.


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Cheville, A., & Duvall, J. (2008, June), Evaluating Different Aspects Of Peer Interaction Using An On Line Instrument Paper presented at 2008 Annual Conference & Exposition, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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