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Learning from COVID-19: Universal Design for Learning Implementation Prior to and During a Pandemic
Learning from COVID-19: Universal Design for Learning Implementation Prior to and During a Pandemic

This study examined whether higher education faculty knowingly and/or unknowingly applied UDL principles prior to and during the COVID-19 rapid online teaching and learning (ROTL) transition. Researchers collected data through a survey that was disse…

The University Cannot Love You
The University Cannot Love You

A recent study of publishing on Covid-19 itself shows a precipitous decline in women’s participation in journal submissions, as does a review of submissions in political science (Dolan & Lawless, 2020; Pinho-Gomes et al., 2020); academic wo…

Instructional Designers’ Use of Informal Learning: How Can We All Support Each Other in Times of Crisis?
Instructional Designers’ Use of Informal Learning: How Can We All Support Each Other in Times of Crisis?

The purpose of this study was to investigate instructional designers’ needs during a rapid transition to remote learning due to COVID-related shutdowns of campuses, schools, and organizations. For the purpose of this study, we chose a large Fac…

Designing Online Professional Learning to Support In-Service and Preservice Teachers Adapting to Emergency Remote Teaching
Designing Online Professional Learning to Support In-Service and Preservice Teachers Adapting to Emergency Remote Teaching

Service-learning partners, including a faculty of education and local school district, engaged in collaborative inquiry to support in-service and preservice teachers who were engaged in emergency remote teaching during a time of crisis and school dis…

Designing a Virtual Learning Environment for Critical Media Literacy Education
Designing a Virtual Learning Environment for Critical Media Literacy Education

In this reflective practitioner essay, we describe our redesign of a large undergraduate course, “Education and Film” (EdFilm), which teaches Critical Media Literacy (CML) to 181 students at a large state university. Using Practitioner In…

STEM Teachers’ Designs for Learning: Addressing the Social and Political Climate During COVID-19
STEM Teachers’ Designs for Learning: Addressing the Social and Political Climate During COVID-19

This study examined how seven math and science secondary teachers addressed social justice teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic and how their instructional practices mapped onto their pedagogical intentions. Guided by trauma-informed teaching practi…

The Disruption to the Practice of Instructional Design During COVID-19
The Disruption to the Practice of Instructional Design During COVID-19

A thematic analysis of interviews conducted with 33 instructional designers revealed impacts to instructional design practice during COVID-19 including: differentiating emergency remote teaching from well-designed instruction, the increasing visibili…

Designing Virtual Teams for K-12 Teachers
Designing Virtual Teams for K-12 Teachers

The COVID-19 pandemic turned many homes into virtual workspaces. Until the pandemic hit, business organizations were the primary users of virtual team models in the workplace. As a result of the pandemic, organizations outside the business sector had…

Open Educational Resources
Open Educational Resources

This paper is in response to the manuscript entitled “Open educational resources and college textbook choices: a review of research on efficacy and perceptions” (Hilton in EducTechnol Res Dev 64(4): 573–590, 2016) from a theoretical…