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Authors

Jaya Kannan

Document Type

Peer-Reviewed Article

Publication Date

2019

Abstract

Creating a community of learning can enhance critical reading in a classroom environment. Task design plays a critical role in the effectiveness of this process. This paper presents a case study of a face-to-face literature course that used a host of Google tools to create such a community. The Community of Inquiry (CoI) principles of teacher presence, cognitive presence, and social presence have been applied to analyze the task design using Google tools. Data collected from coursework, surveys, and interviews provide evidence that tasks using Google tools can promote community building and critical reading.

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Jaya Kannan was affiliated with Sacred Heart University when this article was accepted for publication.

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