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A Decade of Globally Distributed Collaborative Learning: Lessons Learned from Cross-National Virtual Teams
AFTER APARTHEID: The Socio-economic Future of South Africa
Are We Really Different or Simply Unique? Understanding Online Intercultural Communication Behaviors During Globally Distributed Collaboration.
Assessing South-North Virtual Student Team Learning Outcomes: A Seven-Year Learning Collaboratory Between South Africa and the United States
Crafting virtual collaborations: cross-national (US and South Africa) learning teams
Derrick L. Cogburn: "Globally-Distributed Collaborative Learning and Human Capacity Development in the Knowledge Economy"
Going Global, Locally: The Socio-Technical Influences on Performance in Distributed Collaborative Learning Teams
Human Capacity Building for the Knowledge Economy: Creating Globally Distributed Web-Based Learning Environments
Pondering a Plethora of Posts: Postmodernism, Poststructuralism, Post-Colonialism and a Return to Praxis
Still Going Global, Locally: The Impact of Team Mode in a Distributed Collaborative Learning Environment
Teaching Globalization, Globally: A 7-Year Case Study of South Africa-U.S. Virtual Teams
Teaching Globalization, Globally: A Seven Year-Case Study of South Africa-US Virtual Teams
The World is Our Campus: A Comparative Review of Webconferencing Products for Geographically Distributed Collaborative Work
Understanding Distributed Collaborative Learning Between the United States and South Africa
US South Africa Virtual Collaboration
‹ Webs of Culture: Applying Intercultural Communication Theory to Understand Distributed Decision-Making Processes
A Decade of Globally Distributed Collaborative Learning: Lessons Learned from Cross-National Virtual Teams ›
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Selected Papers and Presentations
Cogburn, D.L., Espinoza, F.K. (2009) “From Networked Nominee to Networked Nation
Cogburn, Levinson, Ramnarine-Rieks, and Vasquez (2010): “A Decade of Globally Distributed Collaborative Learning"
Zakaria and Cogburn (2010): "Context-Dependent vs. Content-Dependent"
Zakaria and Cogburn (2010): "Webs of Culture"
Myhill, Cogburn, Samant, Addom, and Blanck (2008): Accessible CI-enabled Knowledge Communities
Cogburn, Battacharrya, and Johnsen, J. (2008). “Distributed Deliberative Citizens"
Cogburn and Levinson (2008): "Teaching Globalization, Globally"
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