Online Learning, the official journal of the Online Learning Consortium promotes the development and dissemination of new knowledge at the intersection of pedagogy, emerging technology, policy, and practice in online environments. The journal has been published for over 20 years and is known to many by its former name, the Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks (JALN).
OLJ is always open to receive submissions. For more information please contact Sturdy Knight, OLJ’s Managing Editor, at Sturdy.Knight@onlinelearning-c.org
Call for Articles on COVID-19
Special Issue of Online Learning
The Editors of the Online Learning Journal wish to invite researchers to publish in a special issue devoted to the lessons learned about online learning from the COVD-19 crisis, including the challenges faced by teachers and students in the unexpected transition to distance learning, institutional or community supports which helped teachers and students successfully adapt to online learning, and insights to apply as educators move forward with online learning (in both “emergency” and “business as usual” contexts).