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August 3, 2022

[JOFDL] New notification from Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning

A new issue alert that may be of interest.

You have a new notification from Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning:

An issue has been published.

Link: https://www.jofdl.nz/index.php/JOFDL/issue/current

Alison Fields

The table of contents read:

Vol. 26 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning

General Issue

Published: 2022-07-31

Editorial

  • Connecting Past and Future Educational Practice: A Post-COVID-19 Present

    Simon Paul Atkinson, Alison Fields
    1-4

Articles – Primary studies

  • Through their eyes: Student perspectives

    Alexandra Hartline, Sheri Conklin, Amy Garrett Dikkers
    5-26
  • Student expectations of peers in academic asynchronous online discussion

    Dianne Forbes
    27-41
  • The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on higher education students in New Zealand

    Michael P. Cameron, Barbara Fogarty-Perry, Gemma Piercy
    42-62
  • Sociodemographics and Psychosocial Experiences of Distance Learners in Nigeria: A Comparison of Single-mode and Dual-mode Universities

    Tajudeen Adebisi, Taiwo Olatunji
    63-83

July 2, 2022

Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education – TOJDE – New Issue Published

Note this new issue alert.

 
 

Dear User,

The 2022 issue of Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education is published. You can see it on https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/tojde/issue/70682

Best Regards,

Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education

 

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The actual table of contents, which features many K-12 remote learning items, included:

Articles

Editoryal

1. FROM THE EDITOR

Araştırma Makalesi

2. REFLECTIONS ON MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES (MOOCS) DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A BIBLIOMETRIC MAPPING ANALYSIS

Araştırma Makalesi

3. CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT VIA MACHINE LEARNING BY USING SYSTEM LOGS IN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Araştırma Makalesi

4. THE MERLIN PROJECT: MALAYSIAN STUDENTS’ ACCEPTANCE OF AN AI CHATBOT IN THEIR LEARNING PROCESS

Araştırma Makalesi

5. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF STUDIES ON ONLINE EDUCATION FOR AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER

Araştırma Makalesi

6. A RESEARCH ON DISTANCE EDUCATION AND ALIENATION IN ACADEMIC STAFF DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Araştırma Makalesi

7. EMERGENCY DISTANCE EDUCATION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A QUALITATIVE RESEARCH FROM A SPECIAL EDUCATION PERSPECTIVE

Araştırma Makalesi

8. INVESTIGATING NURSING STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION WITH THE QUALITY OF COURSES AND VIRTUAL LEARNING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN 2020-2021

Araştırma Makalesi

9. FACTORS INFLUENCING ONLINE LEARNING ENGAGEMENT: INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVE AND THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT

Araştırma Makalesi

10. THE EFFECT OF CLUSTER TEACHING WITH WORKSHEETS ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN DISTANCE EDUCATION

Araştırma Makalesi

11. ENHANCING STUDENTS’ ENGLISH AND DIGITAL LITERACIES THROUGH ONLINE COURSES: BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES

Araştırma Makalesi

12. ANALYSIS OF ONLINE TEXT-BASED DISCUSSIONS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE COMMUNITY OF INQUIRY

Araştırma Makalesi

13. A MIXED-METHODS STUDY OF THE CORRELATION BETWEEN IRANIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION AND ANXIETY IN ONLINE CLASSESS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Araştırma Makalesi

14. THE IMPACT OF ONLINE TEACHING ON STUDENTS’ ENGAGEMENT IN WRITING DURING THE PANDEMIC OF COVID-19

Araştırma Makalesi

15. TEACHERS’ NARRATIVES FROM INITIAL VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN DEVELOPING BANGLADESH

Araştırma Makalesi

16. STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION WITH THE PRACTICES AND IMPLEMENTATION OF NON-REGULAR EDUCATION PROGRAMS: THE CASE OF HARAMAYA UNIVERSITY, ETHIOPIA

June 20, 2022

Article Notice – An Overnight Educational Transformation: How did the Pandemic Turn Early Childhood Education Upside Down?

This article was included in the Online Learning – Vol. 26, No. 2 (2022) notice that appeared earlier today that I wanted to specifically highlight as potentially being of particular interest to readers of this space.

Sinem Aslan, Qi Li, Curtis J. Bonk, Lama Nachman

Abstract

Since the spring of 2020, many early childhood education programs (pre-K, K, 1st, and 2nd grades) had to close as governments around the world took serious measures to slow down the transmission of COVID-19. As a result, the pandemic forced many early childhood teachers to start teaching online and continue supporting their students remotely. Unfortunately, there were few lessons that these teachers could learn from experience to cope with this change since online learning in early childhood settings had been scarce until the outbreak of the pandemic. In response, the goal of this interview study was to investigate how early childhood teachers in public and private schools implemented online learning during the pandemic, the challenges they encountered when teaching online, and their suggestions to address these challenges. The results showed that the teachers did not sit still and patiently wait for the re-opening of the schools. Instead, they took assorted initiatives to support their students’ learning and development remotely. They faced several challenges on the way but also suggested various methods to address these challenges through developmentally appropriate technology use. The results of this study have implications for teachers when early childhood programs return to normal. The study creates opportunities for future research to gain greater understanding of the design and implementation of online learning activities with young learners.

Keywords

Early childhood education, technology integration, online learning, COVID-19 pandemic, distance education

Online Learning – Vol. 26, No. 2 (2022)

Just wanted to post this table of contents alert.  Click on the link at the top to go to the website and access any of these open access articles.

VOL 26, NO 2 (2022)

Table of Contents

Introduction

INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME 26, ISSUE 2
Peter Shea

Faculty, Professional Development, and Online Teaching

Improving Retention Factors and Student Success Online Utilizing the Community of Inquiry Framework’s Instructor Presence Model
Michelle L Rosser-Majors, Sandra Rebeor, Christine McMahon, Andrea Wilson, Stephanie L Stubbs, Yolanda Harper, Laura Sliwinski
Online Presentations with PowerPoint Present Live Real-Time Automated Captions and Subtitles: Perceptions of Faculty and Administrators
Anymir Orellana, Georgina Arguello, Elda Kanzki-Veloso

Empirical Studies

An Overnight Educational Transformation: How did the Pandemic Turn Early Childhood Education Upside Down?
Sinem Aslan, Qi Li, Curtis J. Bonk, Lama Nachman
Facilitating Cognitive Presence Online: Perception and Design
Julie McCarroll, Peggy Hartwick
A Comparison of Three Assessment Types on Student Engagement and Content Knowledge in Online Instruction
Lynda Randall, Jessica Jaynes
Academic Performance in Distance Education: Quizzes as a Moderator Variable and Students’ Perception and Expectation through Linguistic Analysis
Laura Parte, Lucía Mellado
Predicting social presence in videoconference-supported LMS courses: Mediation through L2 writing and speaking strategies
Daniel Bailey, Norah Almusharraf, Asma Almusharraf
From Emergency Remote Teaching (ERT) to Sustained Remote Teaching (SRT): A comparative semester analysis of exchange students’ experiences and perceptions of learning online during COVID-19
William H. Stewart, Youngkyun Baek, Patrick R. Lowenthal
Relationships Between Online Student Engagement Practices and GPA Among RN-to-BSN Students
Kathryn E. Rioch, Jennifer L. Tharp
The Effects of Nudges on Students’ Use of the Diagnostic Assessment and Achievement of College Skills
David W Franklin Jr, Jason Bryer, Angela M Lui, Heidi L Andrade, Diana Akhmedjanova
Face-to-face vs. Online Asynchronous Teaching in a Conservation Biology Course
Carrie Wells, Michelle Pass, Jane Walsh
The Impact of Attitudes, Beliefs, and Cognitive Reflection on the Development of Critical Thinking Skills in Online Students
Boban Simonovic, Katia Vione, Dean Fido, Edward Stupple, James Martin, Richard Clarke
Effect of Feedback with Video-based Peer Modeling on Learning and Self-efficacy
Wadi Eghterafi, Mary C. Tucker, Icy (Yunyi) Zhang, Ji Yun Son

Qualitative Perspectives

Understanding the Lived Experience of Online Learners: Towards a Framework for Phenomenological Research on Distance Education
Jonathan Becker, Michael Schad
A Case Study Approach to Exploring Resilient Pedagogy During Times of Crisis
Katie Clum, Elizabeth Ebersole, David Wicks, Munyi Shea

Book Review

Book Review: Leading the eLearning Transformation of Higher Education: Leadership Strategies for the New Generation, 2nd ed. Gary E. Miller and Kathleen S. Ives (Eds.)
Don Olcott, Jr.

Review of Literature

Community of Inquiry Framework: Research Trends Between 2000-2020
Yusuf Ziya Olpak

April 27, 2022

[ET&S] TOC Alert: Educational Technology & Society 2022, Vol. 25, No. 2

Note this new issue notice that has several items that may be of interest to readers.  There doesn’t appear to be any K-12 online and blended learning specific articles in this issue.

Educational Technology & Society TOC Alert

Dear Subscriber,

The latest issue of “Educational Technology & Society” is now available on the ET&S Journal Web Site.

The articles of the current issue is made available here. The following is the Table of Content of the issue:

2022, Vol. 25, Issue 2

Special Issue on “Creative Learning in Authentic Contexts with Advanced Educational Technologies”

Guest Editor(s): Rustam Shadiev, Wu-Yuin Hwang and Gheorghita Ghinea

Full Length Articles

A Programming Disposition Scale for High School Students
            Chiu-Fan Hu, Yu-Tzu Lin, Cheng-Chih Wu and Hsueh-Chih Chen

How Roles in Collaboration Respond to the Exchange of Device-Student Ratio Under the Impact of External Scripts?
 Wenhui Liu and Cixiao Wang

Influences of Online Synchronous VR Co-Creation on Behavioral Patterns and Motivation in Knowledge Co-Construction
 Hsin-Yun Wang and Jerry Chih-Yuan Sun

An Eye Tracking Based Investigation of Multimedia Learning Design in Science Education Textbooks
 Tugba Altan and Kursat Cagiltay

Online Community Building in Distance Education: The Case of Social Presence in the Blackboard Discussion Board versus Multimodal VoiceThread Interaction
            Julian Chen and Tatiana Bogachenko

 

Editorial Note

Creative Learning in Authentic Contexts with Advanced Educational Technologies
 Rustam Shadiev, Wu-Yuin Hwang and Gheorghita Ghinea

Special Issue Articles

Authentic Learning, Creativity and Collaborative Digital Storytelling: Lessons from a Large-Scale Case-Study
            Nicoletta Di Blas

Open-Ended Tasks Promote Creativity in Minecraft

            Yue Fan, H. Chad Lane and Ömer Delialioğlu

Examining the Effect of Socially Engaged Art Education with Virtual Reality on Creative Problem Solving
            Hyojung Kim, Hyo-Jeong So and Ju-Yeon Park

Using the Online Self-Directed Learning Environment to Promote Creativity Performance for University Students
            Xinquan Jin, Qiang Jiang, Weiyan Xiong, Xingzhu Pan and Wei Zhao

Creative Situated Augmented Reality Learning for Astronomy Curricula
            Chia-Chen Chen, Hong-Ren Chen and Ting-Yu Wang

Effectiveness of Remote-Control Cars and Authentic Learning in Strengthening Creative Thinking and Problem-Solving Abilities
            Ting-Ting Wu and Wei-Shan Liu

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