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March 6, 2019

[OLJ] New Online Learning Journal Issue Published

No K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning items in this issue.

Dear Readers:

We recently published Issue 23:1 of Online Learning (OLJ). You can view this
issue here:

https://olj.onlinelearningconsortium.org/index.php/olj

This first issue of 2019 contains 15 articles reflecting a broad range of
topics, research questions, and methods. This collection of studies advances
our understanding of cultural, theoretical, pedagogical, methodological,
faculty, and professional development concerns in online settings.

Thanks for your continuing interest in Online Learning.

Peter Shea, PhD
Editor: Online Learning
Associate Provost for Online Learning & Professor
Educational Theory and Practice & Informatics
University at Albany, State University of New York
1400 Washington Ave., Albany, NY 12222

Online Learning
Vol 23, No 1 (2019)
Table of Contents
https://olj.onlinelearningconsortium.org/index.php/olj/issue/view/69

Introduction
——–
Introduction to Online Learning Volume 23, Issue 1
Peter Shea

Cultural and International Perspectives
——–
Interculturality in Online Learning:   Instructor and Student Accommodations
Gulnara Sadykova,       Carla Meskill

Empirical Studies
——–
African American Males Learning Online: Promoting Academic Achievement in
Higher Education
Susan G Salvo,  Brett Welch,    Kaye Shelton
What if online students take on the responsibility: Students’ cognitive
presence and peer facilitation techniques
Ye Chen,        Jing Lei,       Jiaming Cheng
Re-examining the Construct Validity and Causal Relationships of Teaching,
Cognitive and Social Presence in Community of Inquiry Framework
Patrick Dempsey,        Jie Zhang
Exploring the relationship of background, technology and motivation
variables to business school transfer intent for two mixed course format
business undergraduate samples
Gary Blau,      Mary Anne Gaffney,      Michael Schirmer,       Bora Ozkan,     YJ Kim
Reflection in Learning
Bo Chang
Self-Determination: Motivational Profiles of Bachelor’s Degree Seeking
Students at an Online, For-Profit University
Carol Pugh

Faculty, Professional Development, and Online Teaching
——–
Professional Development- Differences in teachers’ attitudes between online
and traditional training courses
Egoza Wasserman,        Ruth Migdal
Benefits of Online Teaching for Onground Teaching at a Historically Black
Colleges and Universities
D”Nita Andrews Graham
Teaching to Connect: Community-Building Strategies for the Virtual Classroom
Sharla Berry
Award-Winning Faculty Online Teaching Practices: Roles and Competencies
Florence Martin
Integrating UDL Strategies into the Online Course Development Process:
Instructional Designers’ Perspectives
Korey Jerome Singleton, Anna Evmenova,  Marci Kinas Jerome,     Kevin Clark

Review of Literature
——–
Doctoral E-mentoring: Current Practices and Effective Strategies
David James Byrnes Jr., Lida J. Uribe-Flórez,   Jesús Trespalacios,     Jodi
Chilson
Social Network Analysis and Online Learning Communities in Higher Education:
A Systematic Literature Review
Shazia K. Jan,  Panos Vlachopoulos,     Mitch Parsell

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Online Learning (OLJ)
http://olj.onlinelearningconsortium.org/index.php/olj

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