Definition[edit | edit source]

Back channel communication means

private e-mails or other messages sent by the facilitator or between individuals during public conferencing. They can have a significant effect on the way that public conversations go.[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Larry Clavette, et al., ”New Media and the Air Force,” Glossary 1 (U.S. Air Force 2009).[1]
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