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dc.contributor.authorOliveira, Dalbert Marques-
dc.contributor.authorTerra, Ana Lúcia-
dc.identifier.citationOliveira, D. M., & Terra, A. L. (2021). The use of online collaborative writing tools by Ph.D. students. [preprint].
dc.descriptionResumo submetido à ISKO 2021pt
dc.description.abstractOne of the characteristics of personal knowledge management is sharing this knowledge with peers, which can also be accomplished through tools. That said, this work communicates an empirical investigation that explored the use of online collaborative writing tools (OCW), by individuals as students of two programs in the field of Information Sciences in Portugal, intending to know, the point of view about OCWs throughout this cycle of studies. These objectives were achieved through a mixed methodology, using an exploratory and research approach. As research techniques, a bibliography and a questionnaire were used. It was observed the majority use of three OCWs, considered important for the academic path. On the other hand, it seems that the aforementioned doctoral programs could contribute more actively to the use of these OCW. This work intends to inform other investigations about the students' relationship with the OCW, collaborate so that the students themselves become aware of these tools, and contribute with the educational programs to rethink the practices that support this
dc.subjectOnline collaborative writing toolspt
dc.subjectPersonal Knowledge Managementpt
dc.titleThe use of online collaborative writing tools by Ph.D. studentspt
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