WebBoard


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WebBoard

(ˈwɛbˌbɔːd)
n
(Computer Science) computing an internet site where users can post messages, tutorials, information, and topics for discussion
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For example, Haythornthwaite (2005) found that different tiers of media use were developed within a group setting; organizationally established media (e.g., Webboard) were used for wide connectivity among all members, and other interpersonal forms of information and communication (e.g., e-mail, phone calls) were appropriated for selective connectivity among certain subsets of strongly tied members.
(11) Like the people who commented on the Phuchatkan webboard, the twins did not identify themselves as members of any particular group or organization.
This agenda built on the class discussion carried out in the WebBoard conference, laid out the sequence of principal questions to be pursued in the videoconference class, and identified the schools to which each of those questions would first be addressed.
Subject and Participatory Exam Information from Fall 99 to Summer 2002 Sections ALN Return Term System F2F DL # Rate Fall Virtual [check] 42 * 86.3% 1999 Classroom [check] 21 Spring WebBoard [check] 60 65.8% 2000 [check] 15 Fall WebBoard [check] 35 96.2% 2000 [check] 17 Spring WebBoard [check] 32 84.2% 2002 Summer WebBoard [check] 18 90.0% 2002 Exam Procedure Improvement Term and Notes Fall Fall 1999 was the first 1999 semester to conduct the participatory exam.
Several of these stories appeared on the Nation's 'Shattered Ties ...' website, which included photos, an 'event chronology', a list of the 'the injured', and the 'webboard' discussion with over 200 entries.
Thai adolescent characteristics, such as use of the Internet and hesitancy to openly communicate with adults, were considered by the faculty of Boromarajonani Nursing College, Nopparat Vajira, Thailand, when they established a webboard in 2002 for students in 5 partnership urban high schools to post their health concern questions.
The online discussions were conducted through the Case Study Forum established for this project with WebBoard (Version 4.2) Web discussion forum and conferencing software located on a CDC server.
Overall evaluation of the project included examination of the quantity and quality of communications between the student groups, including email, chat room, and webboard activities, and review of the student reflection papers.
From Akiva comes WebBoard 7.0, the newest version of the company's Web-based collaboration server.
Teams assigned to the WebBoard bulletin-board treatment condition interacted via private conferences (i.e., bulletin-board discussion areas) created specifically for each team.
We believe the strong effort and good quality work on the video webboard assignments resulted from this higher assigned point value, thus encouraging students to perceive the assignments as important and meaningful for understanding how both to express their own ideas and to observe and learn from others' ideas.
Students then posted reflections on the reading, research, or application by communicating with peers in small groups using an asynchronous threaded discussion platform (WebBoard, http://webboard.oreilly.com).