Beyond Questioning and Answering: Teens' Learning Experiences and Benefits of Social Q&A Services

Soo Young Rieh
Soo Young Rieh
Katie Sagan
Katie Sagan
Jennifer Colby
Jennifer Colby

CSCW Companion, pp. 295-298, 2017.

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We present preliminary results of a study of teens who actively provide answers for other users' questions using an academic social Q&A service. Through an analysis of 18 interviews, we identified three types of learning occurring when teens create answers for their peers: reinforcing knowledge for better recall, divergent thinking from m...More

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