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Examining Social Presence in Online Courses in Relation to Students' Perceived Learning and Satisfaction

Examining Social Presence in Online Courses in Relation to Students' Perceived Learning and Satisfaction

This study explored the role of social presence in online learning environments and its relationship to students' perceptions of learning and satisfaction with the instructor. The study found that students with high overall perceptions of social presence also scored high in terms of perceived learning and perceived satisfaction with the instructor.

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