I spoke about this a few weeks back and listed the three K-12 online learning articles from the past year (see below), but I received this reminder on Wednesday.
Reminder to submit your nominations for best research article of 2011.
Each year The Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) which sponsors the Journal of Distance Education hands out an award for the best research article.
This award is presented to the authors of the most outstanding research article published in the journal during the previous year
The award for the best JDE article is meant to recognize excellence in research and scholarship in the field of Distance Education.
How can you help? Please take the time time to:
1. REVIEW issues 25.1, 25.2, and 25.3 of JDE which are available online at http://www.jofde.ca
2. SELECT 1 – 3 research articles that you believe are worthy recipient’s of this award by completing the online submission form at:
In order to consider your recommendations, I will need to receive feedback from you by March 25, 2012
Mark Bullen, Ph.D.
The K-12 online learning articles:
Vol 25, No 1 (2011)
|What are they doing and how are they doing it? Rural student experiences in virtual schooling||HTML ePub|
|Michael K Barbour, Janette Hill|
Vol 25, No 2 (2011)
|Strictly business: Teacher perceptions of interaction in virtual schooling||HTML ePub|
|Abigail Hawkins, Michael K. Barbour, Charles R. Graham|
Vol 25, No 3 (2011)
|Dual Perspectives on the Contribution of On-Site Facilitators to Teaching Presence in a Blended Learning Environment||HTML ePub|
|Claire de la Varre, Julie Keane, Matthew J. Irvin|