Swan, K., & Richardson, J. C. (2017). Social presence and the community of inquiry framework. In A. L. Whiteside, D. A. Garrett, & K. Swan (Eds.). Social presence in online learning: Multiple perspectives on practice and research. Stylus. Read only Chapter 7 (pp. 64-76). This chapter uses the CoI to explain how social and teacher presence factors into an online course.
Gunawardena, C. N. (2017). Cultural perspectives on social presence. In A. L. Whiteside, D. A. Garrett, & K. Swan (Eds.), Social presence in online learning: Multiple perspectives on practice and research. Stylus. Chapter 11 describes best practices for creating social presence in an online setting with deference to different cultural perspectives.
Terry, K. P., & Doolittle, P. E. (2019). Re-examining social presence: Implications for digital pedagogies. Technology, Instruction, Cognition & Learning, 11(2/3), 121–139. This article gives a brief overview of the evolution of the term social presence and provides suggestions on how it can be fostered online.
Bialowas, A., & Steimel, S. (2019). Less is more: Use of video to address the problem of teacher immediacy and presence in online courses. International Journal of Teaching & Learning in Higher Education, 3(2), 354–364. The authors argue for the use of video in online teaching environments, noting that this translates into teacher immediacy and presence – a key ingredient of the learning experience.