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E-Learning and Digital Media

2014 Volume 11, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Community of Inquiry: Social Presence Revisited

    Karel Kreijns, Frederick Van Acker, Marjan Vermeulen & Hans Van Buuren

    Social presence is a construct that has attracted the attention of many educational scholars involved in online collaborative learning settings wherein all the dialogue is happening through text... More

    pp. 5-18

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  2. Why Increased Social Presence through Web Videoconferencing Does Not Automatically Lead to Improved Learning

    Bas Giesbers, Bart Rienties, Dirk T. Tempelaar & Wim Gijselaers

    The Community of Inquiry (CoI) model provides a well-researched theoretical framework to understand how learners and teachers interact and learn together in computer-supported collaborative... More

    pp. 31-45

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  3. Reflection as an Indicator of Cognitive Presence

    Petrea Redmond

    In the Community of Inquiry (CoI) model, cognitive presence indicators can be used to evaluate the quality of inquiry in a discussion forum. Engagement in critical thinking and deep knowledge can... More

    pp. 46-58

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  4. Adapting the Community of Inquiry Survey for an Online Graduate Program: Implications for Online Programs

    Swapna Kumar & Albert D. Ritzhaupt

    A cohort-based online professional doctorate program that consisted of both online coursework and research activities was designed using Garrison et al's community of inquiry (CoI) framework. ... More

    pp. 59-71

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  5. Networked Environments that Create Hybrid Spaces for Learning Science

    Kathrin Otrel-Cass, Elaine Khoo & Bronwen Cowie

    Networked learning environments that embed the essence of the Community of Inquiry (CoI) framework utilise pedagogies that encourage dialogic practices. This can be of significance for classroom... More

    pp. 88-104

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