Building social presence in the online environment
Terri Rocafort, PhD, ANP-BC; Marianne Olson, PhD, RN -- School of Nursing, Chamberlain College of Nursing, Downers Grove, Illinois, USA; Beth Marquez, DNP, MSN, MBA, School of Nursing, Chamberlain College of Nursing, Jefferson, Georgia, USA
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Social presence allows the student to view the professor and peers as 'real' in the class room. The new graduate student can be provided unique attention and a sense of social presence within the asynchronous learning system to promote the missing sense of community.
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Collaborative Learning and Faculty Engagement;
Collaborative Learning and Social Presence
|Name||Nursing Education Research Conference 2020: Transforming Nursing Education Through Evidence Generation and Translation|
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National League for Nursing
|Location||Washington, DC, USA|
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