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Doctoral students discuss the shift from learning in isolation to collaborative learning during doctoral study. Pros and cons of learning in isolation and collaborative learning will be detailed with various types of collaboration being discussed.
Citation: Holmes, B. D., Seay, A. D., & Wilson, K. N. (2009). Re-Envisioning The Dissertation Stage Of Doctoral Study: Traditional Mistakes With Non-Traditional Learners. Journal of College Teaching & Learning (TLC), 6(8). https://doi.org/10.19030/tlc.v6i8.1109
Journal of College Teaching & Learning
Collaboration, Cohort, Doctoral Students, Higher Education, Non-Traditional Learners
Education | Higher Education | Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Holmes, Barbara; Seay, Angela D.; and Wilson, Kimberly N., "Re-Envisioning the Dissertation Stage of Doctoral Study: Traditional Mistakes with Non-Traditional Learners" (2009). Education Doctorate Faculty Works. 17.