Note that this is special issue was guest edited, and all of the article authors, came from a single university-based center. As I have suggested in other networks, the whole point of submitting to journals is to increase the rigor and impact (in an academic impact sense) by having others referee or review it. If all you are doing is getting direct co-workers and like-minded collaborators to comment on it, it is just as well to self-publish.
Anyway… Here is the table of contents for this special issue. As all of these articles appear to be open access, throughout the week I’ll post these a couple each day.
Journal of Special Education Technology
Table of Contents
Volume 31, Issue 3, September 2016
Special Issue: Emerging Practices in K-12 Online Learning: Implications for Students with DisabilitiesGuest Editor : James D.Basham , Sean J.Smith , and Tracey E.HallIntroduction
First Published August 1, 2016; pp. 123–125Articles
First Published August 10, 2016; pp. 126–136
First Published August 1, 2016; pp. 137–146
First Published August 4, 2016; pp. 147–155
First Published July 27, 2016; pp. 156–169
First Published August 8, 2016; pp. 170–178