Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Online social presence and group cohesion: facilitation styles and support

The next presentation I attended was by 2 of my colleagues from the UWE Faculty of Health and Social Care
who presented some of the results of their study using adapted criteria from Rouke et al 2004 Assessing Social Presence in Asynchronous Text-based Computer Conferencing, Journal of Distance Education 14(2) to analyse student comments in the affective, interactive and cohesive domains and looked at how facilitators styles influenced the students comments.

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