Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology – Education’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic Reveals Online Education’s Three Enduring Challenges

This past week this project released a special report entitled Understanding Pandemic Pedagogy: Differences Between Emergency Remote, Remote, and Online Teaching.  Over the past couple of days, we noticed this item in Stephen’s Web ~ OLDaily – December 25, 2020.

Announcing Special Report – Understanding Pandemic Pedagogy: Differences Between Emergency Remote, Remote, and Online Teaching

In the spring of 2020, the term ‘emergency remote teaching’ began to emerge to describe what was occurring in education at all levels, despite the more commonly used term “online learning” dominating media descriptions of the instruction offered to students

CANeLearn Report – Documenting Triage: Detailing the Response of Provinces and Territories to Emergency Remote Teaching

Yesterday, the Canadian eLearning Network (CANeLearn) released a new report entitled  Documenting Triage: Detailing the Response of Provinces and Territories to Emergency Remote Teaching.  The report, which is co-authored by two of the State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada