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The classroom community survey indicated a higher level of student reported

classroom community in the Web 2.0 enhanced courses (M=50) than in the non-Web 2.0

courses (M=45). A higher level of connectedness in the Web 2.0 courses was reported in

the Web 2.0 courses (M=24) than in the non-Web 2.0 courses (M=18). However both

courses had an M= 27 indicating the same level of self-reported learning.

The results from the asynchronous online interview found 22 codes which were

organized into 5 overall themes: networking, convenience, enhancement, pleasure and

ease of use. These themes provided rich descriptions of student experiences using Web

2.0 technology.

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