Challenges in Virtual Collaboration: Videoconferencing, Audioconferencing and Computer Mediated Communications

This report was developed as part of a larger project on aids to highlevel national-security decisionmaking. It discusses the effects of the medium of collaboration (face-to-face, videoconferencing, audioconferencing, or computer-mediated conferencing) on group processes and outcomes.
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Briefs and Reports
Lynne Wainfan
2004

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