Thesis Title

An Investigation of Advanced Email Training on Teacher Collegial Activity

Graduation Date

Spring 2003

Document Type

Master's Thesis

Document Form


Degree Name

Master of Science

Program Name



The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between raising teachers' skills in electronic mail and teacher collegial activity in a small, independent-study public high school. The study asked whether the use of electronic mail stimulates collegial activity, what types of collegial activity are most stimulated by use of email, and which features of electronic mail best stimulate collegial activity.

Results indicated that the use of electronic mail stimulates and supports collegial activity. Data showed that collegial activity increased in all areas measured in the study. Participants confirmed in their interviews that they had increased their skill levels as a result of the tutorial, and that these skills had stimulated new and increased collegial activities.

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