Using the community of inquiry framework to inform effective instructional design

Jennifer C. Richardson, J. Ben Arbaugh, Martha Cleveland-Innes, Philip Ice, Karen P. Swan, D. Randy Garrison

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Abstract

The Community of Inquiry (CoI) model views the online learning experience as a function of the relationship between three elements: social presence, teaching presence, and cognitive presence. The proposed panel and chapter will focus on how the CoI framework can be used to guide the design and implementation of online courses through the explication of measures verifying the CoI. In addition, factors external but influential to the model-technology, disciplinary differences, and the role of the online instructor-are reviewed.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Next Generation of Distance Education
Subtitle of host publicationUnconstrained Learning
Pages97-125
Number of pages29
Volume9781461417859
ISBN (Electronic)9781461417859
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan. 2012

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