On Social Presence: Theories, Methodologies, and Guidelines for the Innovative Contexts of Computer-Mediated Learning

Carlo Galimberti, Stefano Triberti, Stefano Triberti, Eleonora Brivio

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Abstract

Social presence in online learning communities may be defined as the degree to which a learner feels connected with other learners and the teacher/educator, within a computer-mediated context. However, social presence is a broad construct that cannot be reduced to its manifestation in the specific context of distance-learning communities. How can we feel the presence of others? And, in virtue of what such a sensation may establish in our consciousness when others are actually not present in the physical environment we are in? This chapter includes a review of the main theoretical proposals to understand social presence, along with their guidelines to promote it, specific instruments and possible criticalities. Then, the different theories on social presence are resumed and integrated, in order to provide practical design guidelines open to the new technologies that may constitute innovative resources for the computer-mediated learning tools of the future (virtual reality, virtual worlds, augmented reality, and ambient intelligence).
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteEnhancing Social Presence in Online Learning Environments
EditorMichael Marmon
Pagine20-41
Numero di pagine22
DOI
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2018

Keywords

  • computer mediated environment
  • social presence

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