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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

The Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology is a peer-reviewed journal that welcomes papers on all aspects of educational technology and learning. Topics may include, but are not limited to : learning theory and technology, cognition and technology, in

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Canadian Faculty Members’ Hopes and Anxieties About the Near-Future of Higher Education

jeudi 20 avril 2023 par George Veletsianos, Nicole Johnson
Higher education worldwide is facing several challenges spanning from economic, social, technological, demographic, environmental, to political tensions. Calls to rethink, reimagine, and reform higher education to respond to such challenges are ongoing, and need to be informed by a wide (...)

Time Scarcity and Student Performance : Instructional Strategies for Busy Adult Online Students

jeudi 20 avril 2023 par Melanie Holmes
Adult online college students often suffer from time scarcity, which results in a drain on cognitive capacity and executive function, thus lowering their ability to plan, reason, and multitask. Busy students often engage in tunneling, ignoring everything but the most pressing concern. To (...)

The Encyclopedia of Female Pioneers in Online Learning, 2023.

jeudi 20 avril 2023 par Diane P. Janes
The Encyclopedia of Female Pioneers in Online Learning by Drs. Susan Bainbridge and Norine Wark is an overview of the work and experiences of 30 women - early adopters of online (OL) and distance education (DE) in their countries (although even they struggle with what to call their focus of (...)


jeudi 20 avril 2023 par Martha Cleveland-Innes
In this issue of the Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, evidence-based practice continues to be emphasized, in addition to providing information reflecting trends in a rapidly evolving education space. According to the most recent Horizon Report, multiple trends overlap specifically (...)

Usefulness of Assistive Technologies for Reading and Writing Skills and Academic Self-Concept for French-Speaking Elementary Students with Learning Difficulties

jeudi 20 avril 2023 par Gabrielle Bourget-Piché, Céline Leroux Chemla , Clélie Bigo, Marie-Claude Guay
This pilot study focuses on the use of assistive technologies (AT) by elementary school students, educated in French, who were identified with reading and writing difficulties (AT group, n = 25). The aim of this study is to assess whether assistive technologies improved their reading (...)

The Academic Integrity Technological Arms Race and its Impact on Learning, Teaching, and Assessment

samedi 21 janvier 2023 par Sarah Elaine Eaton
This essay discusses the technological arms race that has developed in response to academic cheating. The author highlights three technological advances that impact academic integrity, from oldest to newest: a) text-matching software, b) online exam proctoring software, and c) artificial (...)

Editorial Volume 48 Issue 2

samedi 21 janvier 2023 par Martha Cleveland-Innes
The field of education technology, and related subject areas attendant to it, welcomed millions of new participants during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to UNESCO, the education experiences of more than 1.4 billion students were disrupted in ways that will impact them, and those around (...)


mardi 29 novembre 2022 par Mohamed Ally, Weiyuan Zhang
This special issue of the Canadian Journal of Learning Technology contains articles presented at the Rethinking Online Education in the Knowledge Society with Emerging Technology Symposium jointly hosted by Beijing Normal University, Athabasca University, and Chongqing Open University in (...)

Artificial Intelligence in the Fourth Industrial Revolution to Educate for Sustainable Development

mardi 29 novembre 2022 par Mohamed Ally, Kirk Perris
There has been increasing interest in the use of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies such as artificial intelligence to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Recently, multilateral organizations have sponsored initiatives to make countries aware of the benefits of using (...)

It’s Happy Hour Somewhere : Videoconferencing Guidelines for Traversing Time and Space

mardi 29 novembre 2022 par Aga Palalas, Rebecca E. Heiser, Ashley Gollert
Time seems to be moving at lightning speed with busyness unsustainably being “celebrated” and not allowing for sufficiently deep interaction with learning content, others, and the experience of which we are part, including our interactions in videoconferencing sessions. One benefit of (...)

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