New issue of e-Learning and Digital Media focused on the Community of Inquiry

Just published at
www.wwwords.co.uk/elea/content/pdfs/11/issue11_1.asp

E-LEARNING AND DIGITAL MEDIA
Volume 11 Number 1 2014
     ISSN 2042-7530

SPECIAL ISSUE
INQUIRY INTO ‘COMMUNITIES OF INQUIRY’:
knowledge, communication, presence, community

Guest Editors: ANA REMESAL & NORM FRIESEN

Ana Remesal & Norm Friesen. Introduction. Inquiry into ‘communities of inquiry’: knowledge, communication, presence, community OPEN ACCESS

Karel Kreijns, Frederik Van Acker, Marjan Vermeulen & Hans van Buuren. Community of Inquiry: social presence revisited

Patrick R. Lowenthal & Joanna C. Dunlap. Problems Measuring Social Presence in a Community of Inquiry

Bas Giesbers, Bart Rienties, Dirk T. Tempelaar & Wim Gijselaers. Why Increased Social Presence through Web Videoconferencing Does Not Automatically Lead to Improved Learning

Petrea Redmond. Reflection as an Indicator of Cognitive Presence

Swapna Kumar & Albert D. Ritzhaupt. Adapting the Community of Inquiry survey for an Online Graduate Program: implications for online programs

Manoli Pifarré, Alex Guijosa & Esther Argelagós. Using a Blog to Create and Support a Community of Inquiry in Secondary Education

Kathrin Otrel-Cass, Elaine Khoo & Bronwen Cowie. Networked Environments that Create Hybrid Spaces for Learning Science

 

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