A Rubric to Identify Online Course Plans for a Community of Inquiry

This blog was originally posted on the AACE Review (Rogers, 2018). Community of Inquiry A community of inquiry (COI) is what it sounds like—people gather […]

Join me at AERA 2019 in Toronto

I’ll be attending my second conference of the American Educational Research Association (#AERA19) this year. The theme is ‘Leveraging Education Research in a Post-Truth Era: […]

digital presence as an indicator of digital capital

image from https://pixabay.com/photos/sheep-bleat-communication-2372148/ The Community of Inquiry model suggests successful online education requires cognitive, teaching and social presences.  I’d agree that designing around this combination […]

Join me at AECT in Kansas City, MO!

The Association for Educational Communications & Technology (#AECT) is, in my humble opinion, the premier association for instructional designers. My professors in my doctoral studies […]

A Lowdown Of Moodle Learning Analytics Working Group First Community Call

Edits made on September 12th, 2018. “It’s all analytics, all the time, in Elizabeth’s head.” — E. D. The first online Moodle Learning Analytics Working […]

Speaking The Same Language At First Moodle Learning Analytics Community Call, Coming Up

Save the date. August 28th will be the time when the Moodle Learning Analytics Working Group (working title) will gather online for the first Community […]

Magis Instructional Design Model for Ignatian Pedagogy

The Magis Instructional Design (ID) Model for online courses was developed by Sandra Rogers (2015) with input from the Jesuits at Spring Hill College, as subject […]

5 Pitfalls of Online Teaching

I took my first series of online courses for professional development in 2009.  The courses were highly interactively and well-designed because they were taught by […]

Keith's Quick Quotes: Improving Student Learning, Reducing Instructor Workload [VIDEO]

Have you ever wondered if there are better ways to setup discussion boards to make them more interactive and interesting for students?  Discover a protocol […]

Research Study: Plans for an Online Community of Inquiry

Filed under: e-learning, ePortfolio, Research, Teaching Tips, Uncategorized Tagged: assessment, community of inquiry, online teaching, rubric, social media, teacher training, technology

Instructor Feedback for Teacher Presence

  Instructor’s online behaviors were not a focus of research until the momentum of online teaching occurred (Baker, 2010).  Based on research on human learning […]

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