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Call for Papers: Special Edition will showcase lessons learned from responses to closure of campuses

The recent closure of school and university campuses impacted the learning of an estimated 1,2 billion learners. Learners, parents, teachers and administrators needed to find alternative ways to support continuity of learning without requiring teachers and learners to be in the same place at the

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The Administration of Online Programs in Statewide Systems: A Case Study of The University System of New Hampshire

Chris L. LaBelle Colorado State University chris.labelle@colostate.edu Patrick R. Lowenthal Boise State University patricklowenthal@boisestate.edu Kerry Rice Boise State University krice@boisestate.edu Abstract As enrollments in postsecondary online programs have grown, many institutions have pursued a more centralized business model that consolidates

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Call for Articles on COVID-19 – Special Issue of Online Learning

The Editors of the Online Learning journal wish to invite researchers to publish in a special issue devoted to the lessons learned about online learning from the COVD-19 crisis, including the challenges faced by teachers and students in the unexpected transition to

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Call for papers — Emergency Remote Education: methodological, technological, organizational and policy issues

IJET invites authors to submit contributions that can deepen our knowledge about issues of a methodological, technological, organisational or policy nature (as well as combinations thereof) that are related to what has been termed “Emergency Remote Education (ERE)” (Williamson, Eynon,

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Call for Proposal Special Section: Designing for Learning in a Pandemic

The International Journal of Designs for Learning calls for proposals for a special section – Designs for Learning in a Pandemic. While everything right now is not ordinary, we call for authors to submit a design case that sets it

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8 Lessons Learned from Teaching Online

EDUCAUSE just shared this (from 2013)

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Call for Chapters: Game-based Learning Across the Disciplines

We would like to invite you to submit your proposal for an edited volume on “Game-based Learning across the Disciplines” to be published by Springer, Cham. If you are interested in contributing to the book project, we are asking you

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Call for Proposals: Visual Media for Global Learning

The purpose of this TECHTRENDS special issue is to showcase the latest and leading international research in the design, deployment and evaluation of visual or media literacy practices supported by educational technology. The special issue welcomes submissions from all researchers and practitioners

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Call for Papers for Special Issue: Learners and Learning Contexts

Learners and Learning Contexts: International Perspectives on New Alignments for the Digital Age Special Issue Editors Dr. Joke Voogt, Professor of ICT and Curriculum, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands  – J.M.Voogt@uva.nl Dr. Gerald Knezek, Professor of Learning Technologies, University of

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Call for Proposals — Teaching Digital Literacy: A Faculty Guide to Integrating Digital Skills with Disciplinary Content

Proposals are now being sought for an edited collection entitled Teaching Digital Literacy: A Faculty Guide to Integrating Digital Skills with Disciplinary Content. This book will discuss how digital literacy is taught throughout the academy. Digital literacy is often a

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