The June 2024 Issue of the Online Learning Journal is Here


The OLC Research Center

| No Comments | | Leave a comment

On behalf of the Online Learning Consortium, publisher of the open access journal Online Learning, we are pleased to announce the publication of our June 2024 special issue. Guest edited by Dr. Aras Bozkurt of Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Turkey, and Dr. Haesol Bae of the University at Albany, SUNY, USA, our second quarter publication begins with a group of seven articles that explore online learning in the age of artificial intelligence. The theme of AI and online learning is so expansive that we will include a second set of papers on this topic in our September issue. In this first issue, papers investigate AI and ethics, curriculum development, language learning, online discussions, essay writing, and self-regulation in online environments.   

In addition to the special issue on online learning in the age of AI, this issue also contains 12 articles from our regular submission process. These articles cover a broad range of topics including “bichronous” online learning; student satisfaction, support, and engagement; three articles on online learning during the COVID pandemic; connectivist learning theory; and more.

Many thanks to Aras Bozkurt and Haesol Bae for their efforts on the special issue of the journal.  Many hours were dedicated to communicating, screening, reviewing, and editing this extensive issue and we deeply appreciate all of their work. We also want to extend a huge thank you to our other editors, authors, reviewers, copyeditors, and the staff at OLC for their many contributions to support the success of the journal.  

Ready to join an incredible community dedicated to shaping the future of online learning? Please consider joining OLC, the OLJ’s publisher, as a community, professional, or institutional member! The Online Learning Consortium provides support that allows OLJ to continue to publish as an open access journal, providing free access to cutting-edge scholarship in online, blended, and digital learning. 

Leave a Reply