Proceedings of CSCL '99

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community; and, shared values are the global beliefs held by members which unite them and help to promote an emerging discourse. Theoretically, CSCL designs that attend to, and support, these cohesive factors should see better understanding and greater knowledge advances by the collective.


Acknowledgments

I am indebted to the research assistance of Melanie Chakravorty in the production of this paper.


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