Using the Community of Inquiry Survey Instrument to Inform Online Learning Outcomes
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Ice, P., Bain, B. & Stewart, M. (2010). Using the Community of Inquiry Survey Instrument to Inform Online Learning Outcomes. In Z. Abas et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn 2010 (p. 455). AACE.
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Although it was originally developed as the conceptual foundation for content analyses of online discussion, researchers with an interest in the model have developed survey instruments based on CoI content indicators, and most recently several researchers have joined together to create and validate a common CoI survey that measures student perceptions of the three presences across classes and institutions (Arbaugh, Cleveland-Innes, Diaz, Garrison, D. R., Ice, Richardson, Shea, & Swan, 2008).
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