What you need to know to get the best from online education: A BJET/JCAL virtual special issue
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
In this new BERA blog, the department’s Niall Winters (Professor of Education and Technology) together with Paul Kirschner (Open University of the Netherlands) preview the content of two complementary virtual issues published by their respective journals, the British Journal of Educational Technology and the Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, which focus on the role of technology in online education.
The issues have been published in light of the quick shift from traditional teaching and learning to technology-enhanced teaching and learning as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The papers selected address key issues in designing and implementing Online Learning to help those new to method to realise its potential for themselves and within their own learning contexts. It is hoped that these will be useful to teachers, lecturers, practitioners and researchers looking for resources that can help them design and implement online learning within their own institutions and settings.
Access the British Journal of Education Technology’s ‘COVID-19: Online Teaching and Learning Virtual Collection’ here.
Access the Journal of Computer Assisted Learning’s ‘COVID 19: JCAL online distance learning resources during emergency remote teaching’ issue here.