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Using Technologies in Groupwork slides notes
This presentation examines the benefits and limitations of various technology-based groups, including telephone and computer-based groups. It explores how technology impacts traditional notions of group process and provides recommendations for adapting group theory to the needs of technology-based groups.

Date Posted: Wednesday, June 19, 2002
Authors: Paul R Smokowski, Maeda J Galinsky
Applicable Courses: Group Work
Topics: Mental Health, Technology

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