Online Learners' Cognitive Presence and Nondesigner Instructors' Teaching Presence

Thursday, November 01 | 12:30PM–1:30PM MT | Board 308, Poster Area, Exhibit Hall B-E
Session Type: Poster Session
Findings from doctoral research will be presented that illuminate whether online learners' perceptions of their nondesigner online instructors' teaching presence predicted their learning and whether that relationship was moderated by learners' use of instructional media resources embedded in their online courses.

Outcomes: Evaluate findings from doctoral research that uses the Community of Inquiry framework to measure perceptions of presence * Consider online facilitation strategies that promote teaching presence through course design as well as direct instruction * Propose future research avenues based on findings

Presenters

  • Laura Silva

    Assoc. Vice President, Learning Design & Engagement, Azusa Pacific University