Faculty Matinee - Learning at the Movies Series: The Role Of The Instructor In Creating Social Presence: Research And Practice In K12 And Higher Education

Monday, March 5, 2018 :: 3:00-4:00 PM

Park Library | 413

Intended Audience: CMU Faculty

Facilitated by: Jessica Wicks

This recorded session is from this year's Online Learning Consortium conference. Presenters for are from New York University. Come join us to watch the presentation, enjoy some popcorn, and have a conversation with your colleagues on the session topic after the viewing.

Our research in online and blended learning centers on social presence as context-driven and combining five aspects (Affective Association, Community Cohesion, Instructor Involvement, Interaction Intensity, Knowledge and Experience). Instructor Involvement in the process of community-building has been seen as key. We discuss the instructor’s role in building social presence.

Snacks will be provided

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