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University of Nebraska Online Worldwide: Live Webcast Event: Campus Conversations presents Social Presence Research

Live Webcast Event:  New Developments in Social Presence Research: Implications for Online Instructional Strategies and Course Design

Please join us for a live webcast event as the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and University of Nebraska Online Worldwide, welcome Dr. Aimee Whiteside to the latest installment of Campus Conversations on Monday, September 28, 2015.

In her presentation, Dr. Whiteside explores social presence as a fundamental concept in distance and online learning research, discussing how cognitive presence and instructional presence, have helped researchers and instructors understand the unique dynamics of the online learning environment. With these concepts in mind, Dr. Whiteside introduces a Social Presence Model that can influence online course design and instructional strategies in this informative presentation.

Join us to learn more about how these concepts apply to course design and instructional strategies in online courses.

Please visit to register for the live webcast: http://online2.nebraska.edu/landing/campus-conversation

 

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