Presence in Online Education

Didaktikos has kindly published a short essay of mine about presence in online higher education.

I’m grateful to the folks at Faithlife for their permission to distribute the essay here, the essence of which is that presence is completely possible online—it’s just different than it is on campus.

If you’d like to read this short essay, just drop your name and email in the form below, and I’ll be happy to send it along. With this essay, I’ll also include a longer article of mine that discusses presence in online education a bit more fully than I was able to do in my Didaktikos essay.

For additional information about Didaktikos, see the journal’s website and this prior post.

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