Most technology adopters are pragmatists â€“ they want to know the benefits of the new technology under consideration, who else is using it, what it will cost, and where they can go for support and information.
Our newest report, Computer Supported Collaborative Learning in Education and Training: Case Studies and Key Resources, is designed to answer many of these questions about computer supported collaborative learning. Written by Dr. Gary Woodill, this report contains 16 case studies of collaborative learning technologies being used in real organizations today.
In addition, this new report contains a set of resources for users who want to go further in their quest for additional information about collaborative learning. The resources include associations, blogs, conferences, educational opportunities, institutions, journals, newsletters, research centers, videos, and Web sites that are particularly relevant to this topic.