Volume 6, Issue 1, 2022

Forthcoming Articles Scholarship of Online Teaching and Learning
"THERE'S STILL SO MUCH MORE TO LEARN": LEARNING TO TEACH ONLINE DURING A GLOBAL PANDEMIC

The COVID-19 pandemic forced rapid closures of educational institutions worldwide in 2020. Online delivery has become a common means of providing continuity of learning, particularly for tertiary...

WORKING TOGETHER TO GET IT RIGHT: CREATING A JUST-IN-TIME PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSE FOR FACULTY DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

The emergency shift to remote teaching and learning that occurred as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic provided challenges as well as opportunities in higher education. The challenges were many,...

CONFIDENCE IN CRISIS: STUDENT SELF-EFFICACY AND THE ONLINE PIVOT

The COVID-19 outbreak required a pivot to remote education mid-semester. Instructors and students alike were forced to adjust to the online platform even though many lacked the training or interest...

SELF-DIRECTED ONLINE LEARNING AND SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY

Self-directed online learning (SDOL) is emerging as an important tool for teacher professional development, especially during a time of physical and social distancing. This may be even more appealing...

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