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Presentation
The Current use of Technological Communication in Industrial Engineering Group Work
IIE Annual Conference (2008)
  • Denise H. Bauer
  • Gül E. Kremer
Abstract
Traditional face-to-face collaboration for localized group work may be reshaped by the widespread use of technological communication as college students are arriving to school already familiar with communication technology. Students were asked about what type of technological communication they currently use, if they have any experience with remote group work, and their perceptions on incorporating technology into group work. Classes that currently include group work will also be monitored. The information from the students and class observations will then be used to develop ways of implementing technological communication into the classroom.
Keywords
  • Technology use in group work,
  • instant messaging,
  • communication and engineering education
Disciplines
Publication Date
2008
Comments
This is a proceeding published as Bauer, Denise H., and Gül E. Okudan. "The Current use of Technological Communication in Industrial Engineering Group Work." In IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings, p. 524. Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE), 2008. Posted with permission.
Citation Information
Denise H. Bauer and Gül E. Kremer. "The Current use of Technological Communication in Industrial Engineering Group Work" IIE Annual Conference (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gul-kremer/164/