Creating a Community of Inquiry in Online Learning


The Benner Institute is offering two webinars on online teaching and learning in nursing education. These webinars offer a learning science and learner-centric curriculum to increase and maintain student engagement. Each webinar begins with a theoretical framework and then give suggestions for course design and delivery of the content.


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Package includes:

 Creating a Community of Inquiry in Online Learning Webinar
  • Webinar recording
  • PDF version of the slide presentation
  • Resources and references provided by each speaker
  • 1 CEU (upon request)

More information:

The webinar presented on October 21 featured speakers Professors Holly Fiock and Glenise McKenzie. Ms. Fiock has developed the Community of Inquiry model of online learning, based on the works of earlier educators, and focused on developing social presence, cognitive presence, and teaching presence. Dr. McKenzie has been utilizing the model for over 5 years in her online courses at Oregon Health Sciences University School of Nursing, and has designed and delivered both classroom instruction and virtual clinical simulation.


Holly Fiock

Instructional Designer, Purdue University

 Glenise McKenzie, PhD, RN

 Faculty and Director of BA Online Program, Oregon Health Sciences University School of Nursing

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