Community of Inquiry: Research to Practice
My peers and I from the Division of Distance Learning with Association of Educational Communications and Technology gave this webinar in June that highlights research to practice of the community of inquiry framework by educators and instructional designers. Here’s the recording.
I focused on my action research and general application of the Online Community of Inquiry Syllabus Rubric. I briefly presented on the rubric’s purpose, theoretical framework, instructional context for use, implementation, effectiveness, outcomes, and pragmatic innovation. I referenced my publication (Rogers & Khalsa, 2021) that described how we reviewed planned interactions and learner support mentioned in instructors’ online course syllabi with a lens focused on cognitive presence, social presence, and teaching presence.
Rogers, S.A. & Khalsa, G.K. (2021), “Analyses of Online Course Syllabi for Planned Interactions and Learner Support”, Hoffman, J. and Blessinger, P. (Ed.) International Perspectives in Online Instruction (Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning, Vol. 40), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 125-141. https://doi.org/10.1108/S2055-364120210000040009