Thursday, March 30, 2017

Online Learning journal

Online Learning is a long established open access jornal. It is not specific to information literacy or librarians, but it is worth monitoring if you are engaged with online or blended learning. For example, the latest issue includes:
- Smith, S.U., Hayes, S. & Shea, P. (2017). A Critical Review of the Use of Wenger's Community of Practice (CoP) Theoretical Framework in Online and Blended Learning Research, 2000-2014. Online Learning, 21(1).
- Wingo, N.P., Ivankova, N. & Moss, J. (2017). Faculty Perceptions about Teaching Online: Exploring the Literature Using the Technology Acceptance Model as an Organizing Framework. Online Learning, 21(1).

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