Sharing autobiographies in educational cyberspace: Promoting student social presence
This study explores the viability of sharing autobiographies in a mixed-mode (online and face-to-face) intensive graduate course.
||Narrative, Autobiography, Community, Social Presence, Online Learning, Social Interaction
International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.113-124.
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Kristy Yan Liang is a doctoral candidate with Dr. Stephen Carey at the University of British Columbia. She is interested in computer-mediated communication, online narrative interaction, second and foreign language learning and social presence.
Stephen Carey is past president of the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics (president from 1996-2004) and teaches mixed-mode graduate courses in Applied Linguistics at the University of British Columbia. His research on online education has been published in numerous journals including Computer Assisted Language Learning and Korean Applied Linguistics. He has directed numerous research projects and theses on online education over the past decade.
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