Social Presence: A Scoping Review

ID: 52431 Type: Virtual Paper
  1. David Mykota, Dept. of Educational Psychology & Special EducationCollege of EducationUniversity of Saskatchewan, Canada

Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to report the preliminary findings of a scoping review of the construct social presence. A scoping study is desirable because by synthesizing the research literature the opportunity to identifying practical guidelines for the development of social presence is facilitated. Results from the manuscripts screened for inclusion and synthesized from the data extracted in the scoping review, provide strategies for the structuring of social presence along with the potential benefits of effective affective communication in an online environ.

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