Photo of laptop on a desk, with article title on the laptop screen: Student-Teacher Conferencing in Zoom: Asymmetrical Collaboration in a Digital Space/(Non)Place

Student-Teacher Conferencing in Zoom

Photo of laptop on a desk, with section title on the laptop screen: Introduction
Photo of laptop on a front porch, with section title on the laptop screen: Literature Review
Photo of laptop in a living room, with section title on the laptop screen: Methods
Photo of laptop in a recliner, with section title on the laptop screen: Findings
Photo of laptop on a home office, with section title on the laptop screen: Discussion
Photo of laptop on a backyard, with section title on the laptop screen: Conclusion


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