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A New Era in Distance Education
2) A New Era in Distance Education Dr. Martha Cleveland-Innes, Associate Professor of Distance Education at AU, is co-editor with Dr. D. Randy Garrison of the University of Calgary, of a new book, An Introduction to ...
Back to the future: What’s Next for the Online Community of Inquiry Model?
The academic and social domains are represented in the online community of inquiry model by three elements called presences: Social, cognitive and teaching presence. To date, much research has been done on this model, yet ...
Leading Pedagogical Change
According to Keller (2008), changes in many things including technology “constitutes [sic] the most consequential set of changes in society since the late nineteenth century, when the nation went from a largely domestic, ...
Teaching in an Online Community of Inquiry: Faculty Role Adjustment in the New Higher Education
The role change required to integrate new teaching technology into the role of faculty is unequivocally linked to the pedagogical requirements embedded in creating a community of inquiry – online, face-to-face or both. ...
Centre for Distance Education Research Activities - Part 2
Drs. Tom Jones, Pat Fahy, Debra Hoven, Marti Cleveland-Innes, Marguerite Koole, and Mohamed Ally will cover the following topics: Distance Education Potential for a Canadian Rural Island Community and on-line learning and ...