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The voluntary and engaged act of consciously processing aural information is known as
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User: The voluntary and engaged act of consciously processing aural information is known as

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User: You probably know chat rooms are virtual rooms where conversations with your peers can take place. For instructional purposes, chat rooms can be used for the following

Weegy: Chat rooms can be used for instructional purposes in all of the above ways: small group meetings brainstorming with your classmates virtual office hours with your instructor study and review sessions.
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