Category Archives: Community of Inquiry (COI)

COI & TDT

Community of Inquiry and Transactional Distance Theory As a learner in an online course facing over 400 unread discussion posts, I feel the isolation discussed in TDT and a lack of social presence. We have a good deal of text … Continue reading

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COI: Social Presence & Oral Communication

Community of Inquiry (COI) Upon a reread of COI, it was evident that the technology is one component of establishing COI, but it’s also about building in the engagements using technologies in online course design. What struck me is that social presence … Continue reading

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COI and Critical Inquiry

Strategies to enable an online discussion that promotes a Community of Inquiry Model Choose and design the online learning environment; choose the asynchronous and synchronous communication tools to be used for discussions Select activities and provide access to content that … Continue reading

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Social Media & Learning Outcomes

As an educator, I’ve used Facebook as an LMS to supplement a classroom and Twitter and Instagram were both used at the museum to share K-12 student projects. I use Twitter as a learner to create Community of Inquiry (COI) … Continue reading

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