4-Dimensional projective planes of Lenz type III by Salzmann H.

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Monolescu and Schifter believe that a different research paradigm is necessary when evaluating online experiences. Two data-gathering approaches were utilized: virtual focus groups and the Delphi method, “a systematic communication technique, mainly used for forecasting” (p. 173). Recruitment yielded a total of eight students, whose anonymity was preserved throughout the project. All contact between researchers and participants was via e-mail. Student communication was asynchronous, that is, they did not have to be online at the same time.

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