Online ISSN: 2325-0585
Can a growing number of students in distance education reach such levels that conventional education is permanently changed? Does online education reflect the current economic crisis? Are faculty becoming less and less conventional, while adjunct ranks swell still further? Is "education by Skype" potentially more effective than time honored lectures in a classroom? What is working in online education? How will online education influence primary and secondary instruction, and what is its future in developing countries? What are some of the most effective tools and technologies? And what are the challenges?
The journal welcomes a multidisciplinary approach and papers on all aspects of the electronic learning revolution and the challenges and dilemmas it presents. Topics may include but are not limited to: innovative learning and teaching practices, instructional design, and the use of technology and multimedia resources. Articles on online pedagogy, as well as examples of "mixed" online and conventional teaching are welcome.
- Introduction and Editorial Board
- Author Guidelines
- Notes about Reading Interactive PDFs
- Call for Papers