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Validation of the Italian Version of the Community of Inquiry Survey
Nizzolino, Salvatore; Canals, Agustí; Temperini, Marco
This work presents the process of validation of the community of inquiry (CoI) survey in its Italian version. For over two decades, the CoI framework has been used to conceptualize online higher-order teaching/learning ...
Posted November 29, 2023

Exploring digital technologies in higher educational settings: Enabling a community of inquiry
Sundgren, Marcus
Designing an educational experience that fosters higher-order thinking and learning is a significant challenge in a campus setting, and more so in an online setting. The constantly changing nature of educational ...
Posted November 7, 2023

Principles of Blended Learning: Shared Metacognition and Communities of Inquiry
Vaughan, Norman D.; Dell, Deborah; Cleveland-Innes, Martha; Garrison, D. Randy
The rapid migration to remote instruction during the Covid-19 pandemic has expedited the need for more research, expertise, and practical guidelines for online and blended learning. A theoretical grounding of approaches ...
Posted October 18, 2023

Enhancing Spiritual Well-Being of Adjunct Faculty in Online Accelerated Higher Education
Sooy, Mark
Online adjunct faculty in Christian higher education have an important role in training students for church and ministry leadership. While their role is critical to many programs, online faculty often feel a sense of ...
Posted September 20, 2023

Engaging Student Teachers in Academic Reading and Reflection Using Social Video-Sharing
Nilsen, Anders Grov; Engevik, Liv Inger; Almås, Aslaug Grov
This article reports on how a social video-sharing platform can engage student teachers in academic reading and reflection. The concepts of social, cognitive, and teaching presences are utilized as a theoretical ...
Posted August 24, 2023

Constructivist learning environments: Validating the community of inquiry survey for face-to-face contexts
Ariati, Jati; Pham, Thomas; Vogler, Jane S
Serving as a prominent framework for online learning, the Community of Inquiry (CoI), identifies three factors critical to learning in online environments: teaching presence, cognitive presence, and social presence. ...
Posted July 28, 2023

Disciplinary differences and emotional presence in communities of inquiry: Teachers’ expressions of digital technology-enabled teaching
Sundgren, Marcus; Jaldemark, Jimmy; Cleveland-Innes, Martha
This work was built on two strands of earlier research on the community of inquiry framework (CoI). The first strand was Biglan's seminal work on disciplinary epistemological structures and how these structures impact ...
Posted March 22, 2023

Community of Inquiry Framework: Research Trends between 2000-2020
Olpak, Yusuf Ziya
The current study aimed to understand the trend in the community of inquiry that many researchers have been working on for over 20 years. Within the scope of this aim, 102 studies were reviewed with regards to some ...
Posted November 29, 2022

An investigation into the community of inquiry of blended classrooms by a Faculty Learning Community
Wicks, David A.; Craft, Baine B.; Mason, Geri N.; Gritter, Kristine; Bolding, Kevin
A Faculty Learning Community (FLC) comprised of six professors representing different disciplines came together to study, develop, and teach blended learning courses. As an FLC, the researchers sought to evaluate ...
Posted November 24, 2022

Translating and Validating the Community of Inquiry Survey Instrument in Brazil
Parulla, Cibele Duarte; Weissheimer, Anne Marie; dos Santos, Marlise Bock; Cogo, Ana Luísa Petersen
Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have emerged as an affordable way to distribute knowledge and democratize education. The examination of online courses calls for theoretical models and instruments that contemplate ...
Posted November 1, 2022

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