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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

The Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology is a peer-reviewed journal that welcomes papers on all aspects of educational technology and learning. Topics may include, but are not limited to : learning theory and technology, cognition and technology, in

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mardi 28 novembre 2023 par Martha Cleveland-Innes
This next Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology issue is published on the heels of the well-attended ICDE (International Council for Open and Distance Education) conference. The Conference’s overlapping topics and attendant researchers, well-known to this journal, remind us that our (...)

A Framework for Teaching Music Online. By Carol Johnson. Bloomsbury Academic.

mardi 28 novembre 2023 par Sandra Duggleby
In A Framework for Teaching Music Online, Carol Johnson formulates a clear and precise framework for teaching music online that is supported by 17 peer-reviewed articles she has authored on this topic. Well-known for her scholarship, Johnson’s framework is designed to guide online teachers of (...)

Text-to-Speech Software and Reading Comprehension : The Impact for Students with Learning Disabilities

mardi 28 novembre 2023 par Sandra Raffoul, Lindsey Jaber
This literature review examines the use of text-to-speech (TTS) software as an accommodation for students with learning disabilities and its impact on improving reading comprehension. As the development and availability of TTS tools and assistive technologies have increased over the past (...)

TPACK and Teachers’ Self-Efficacy : A Systematic Review

mardi 28 novembre 2023 par Suresh Joshi
Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) studies have surged over the past few years, however, there is a lack of studies that have comprehensively reviewed and synthesized data on teachers’ TPACK self-efficacy. The present review aimed to provide data on research methods, study (...)

Editorial Volume 49 Issue 1

lundi 17 juillet 2023 par Michael Dabrowski, Martha Cleveland-Innes
The spectre of COVID-19 and its global transformational legacy on all aspects of teaching and learning overshadows this issue of the Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology. The near-universal demand for remote learning and the reliance on learning technologies not only transformed the (...)

Metaphors of Ed Tech, 2022. By Martin Weller. Athabasca University Press. 192 pages. ISBN 9781771993500

lundi 17 juillet 2023 par Brian Lamb
In Metaphors of Ed Tech, Martin Weller explores the field of learning technology in both the broadest and deepest senses. Weller chooses the application of metaphors as a method, and the resulting book reads more like an enjoyable set of ruminations than rigorous investigation. Weller has long (...)

Using Google Classroom as Assistive Technology in Universally Designed Classrooms

lundi 17 juillet 2023 par Stephen Sharpe, Gabrielle Young
This study focuses on the use of Google Classroom as assistive technology in inclusive classrooms. Findings were based on data collected through single-case study methodology in semi-structured formal and informal interviews with eight teachers and a focus group with six students at one junior (...)

Online Learning in the Context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution : The Case of a Connectivist Module in a University Context

lundi 17 juillet 2023 par Emmanuel Duplàa, Béatrice Crettenand Pecorini, Jonathan Weber, Mario Blouin
This article proposes a link between the different industrial revolutions, major learning theories, and online learning. We show that while learning theories have become progressively more learner-centred, systems of mass production and mass education increasingly separate consumers from the (...)

Accessing Education : Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Online Learning

lundi 17 juillet 2023 par Shelly Ikebuchi
As Canadian post-secondary institutions emerge from the pandemic restrictions, they are in a historically unique position to assess how online education has both facilitated and hindered learning, and how the effects might be greater for some. In this study, open-ended comments from the (...)

Emergency Remote Teaching : The Challenges Associated with a Context of Second Language Instruction

lundi 17 juillet 2023 par Gregory MacKinnon, Tyler MacLean
The pandemic of 2020 frequently necessitated that offshore school teachers continue their instruction of Chinese children in the online format rather than face-to-face back in China; a so-called emergency remote teaching response. A required change in pedagogy accompanied a range of challenges (...)

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