From yesterday’s inbox… I’m not sure what she is up to now, but Sarah Haavind (noted in the first item) used to be involved with the Virtual High School and was responsible for some research into their use of asynchronous discussion groups some time ago.
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MicroSCoPE: July 2012 Issueby Sylvia Currie – Tuesday, 10 July 2012, 11:40 AM MicroSCoPE: A closer look at what’s happening in SCoPE
Revisiting the Community of Inquiry Framework
9-22 July, 2012
Facilitators: Cindy Xin and Sarah Haavind
This seminar is now underway! During the next two weeks we will re-examine the three main aspects of the COI framework (cognitive presence, social presence, and teaching presence) as applied to online discussion forums.
SCoPE Reflections and Next Steps
15-24 August, 2012
Facilitator: Sylvia Currie
We will take some time out to reflect on the past year at SCoPE and plan for the future. Your input is important!
Campus Based Educational Development
15-31 May, 2012
Facilitator: Nancy Randall
This series of weekly web conferences helped to inform a study on educational structures and practices for professional development in higher education.The report is in the final editing stage so will be available soon!
First Steps into Learning and Teaching in Higher Education MOOC
21 May-22 June, 2012
What comes to mind when reflecting on this open, online course? Fantastic collaboration! There were many helping hands — an approach that comes highly recommended when undertaking project like this. This series of reflections by Jenny Mackness sum up the experience nicely.
4th Annual Gathering of Online Community Enthusiasts
14 June, 2012
We continue to round up all kinds of useful (and fun!) artefacts from this one-day gathering in Vancouver, British Columbia. Thanks to everyone who participated!
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