Latest Issue of the Online Learning Journal


Peter Shea, PhD, Editor in Chief, Online Learning Journal, and Associate Provost and Associate Professor, SUNY Albany

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The current issue of Online Learning (OLJ) includes a special section that features the best papers that were presented at the American Education Research Association (AERA) 2016 Online Teaching and Learning Special Interest Group. Edited by Jennifer C. Richardson, Karen Swan, and Marquette Strait, the special edition includes the following articles:

In addition to the special section, this edition of Online Learning features an additional four articles, including:

We hope you enjoy reading this issue and, with a database of 20 years of scholarly articles, we hope you continue to use the journal as a top resource.  
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About Peter Shea

Dr. Peter Shea is Associate Provost for Online Learning and Associate Professor in the School of Education and the College of Computing and Information at the University at Albany, State University of New York. His research focuses on the development of communities dedicated to learning in online environments. He has published widely on this topic in journals such as Computers and Education, JALN, Internet and Higher Education, The Journal of Educational Computing Research, Interactive Learning Environments and others. He is past director of the SUNY Learning Network, the online education enterprise of the 64 campus and 400,000 students in the SUNY system. Peter’s research has been supported by the US Department of Education and The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. He has been co-recipient of three national awards for online learning, faculty development and online programs from EDUCAUSE and the Online Learning Consortium.


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