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AERA 2014 – Prevalence of Convenient Sampling: An investigation into sampling trends

AERA 2014 – Prevalence of Convenient Sampling: An investigation into sampling trends from Patrick Lowenthal

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Design is Design is Design: What we’ve learned from designers about preparing instructional designers

Click full screen or you can view an image of the poster here. Design is Design is Design: What we’ve learned from designers about preparing instructional designers from Patrick Lowenthal

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AERA 2014: Social Presence: What is it? How do we measure it?

Social presence aera 2014 from Patrick Lowenthal

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Problems Measuring Social Presence in a Community of Inquiry

Aera problems measuring a coi from Patrick Lowenthal Our paper can be downloaded at: http://patricklowenthal.com/research/problems-measuring-social-presence-in-a-community-of-inquiry/

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Which conferences do you attend (regularly)?

Which conferences do you attend (regularly)? As I am packing to go to the American Educational Research Association (AERA), I began thinking about what conferences other “educational technologists,” “instructional technologists,” “instructional designers,” “trainers,” “instructional developers,” “elearning professionals,” and so forth

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AERA 2011 — Investigating Students’ Perceptions of Various Instructional Strategies to Establish Social Presence

Joni Dunlap and I presented a paper titled “Investigating Students’ Perceptions of Various Instructional Strategies  to Establish Social Presence” at AERA 2011. Abstract Social presence theory explains how people present themselves as “real” through a communication medium and is a

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