Faculty Presence Promotes Quality Of Education In The Online Asynchronous Classroom

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Kimberly O’Reilly


Faculty, Instructor, online, interaction, presence, asynchronous interaction, faculty presence, social presence, online learning, faculty satisfaction, pedagogical presence, managerial presence


As online education continues to thrive, as indicated by increased acceptance and growing enrollment numbers, schools must strive to provide high quality educational opportunities to their students. Interaction within the classroom is one method of instruction that has been accepted in traditional settings and should be utilized within online classrooms as well. A review of the literature that addresses how interaction creates presence within the online environment will help to establish how interaction creates presence and will describe what tools faculty should utilize and the types of presence for which faculty should strive and why.


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