By Scott L. Crabill, D. Butin
As greater schooling is disrupted by means of expertise and happens much less and not more on campus, what does significant group engagement appear like? How can it proceed to complement studying? In group Engagement 2.0? , Crabill and Butin convene a discussion: 5 writers set out theoretical and sensible concerns, 5 extra talk about the problems raised.
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