What About Feedback?

Letiche, Mr Terrence and Lissack, Dr Michael (2014) What About Feedback? [Journal (Paginated)] (Unpublished)

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The role of immediate feedback in-group conversations has received scant attention in the recent literature. While studies from the early 1990’s suggested that “added information” in the form of non-verbal cues would allow video conferencing to “augment” the audio-only conference in terms of effectiveness, stunningly little follow-on research has been done reflective of the current state of computer mediated communication, video conferencing, “live walls”, etc. This article contrasts three studies of immediate feedback in in-person settings as the basis for suggesting a new research program – research to look at potential effects of augmenting video-conferencing with an immediate feedback channel.

Item Type:Journal (Paginated)
Keywords:computer-mediated communication, qualitative research, group process,interaction, meetings
Subjects:Psychology > Applied Cognitive Psychology
Computer Science > Human Computer Interaction
ID Code:9793
Deposited By: Lissack, Dr Michael
Deposited On:18 Feb 2017 20:28
Last Modified:18 Feb 2017 20:28


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