Editor-in-Chief and English Editor
Martha Cleveland-Innes, Athabasca University, Canada
Martha is Professor of Education Innovation at Athabasca University. She is the author of The Guide to Blended Learning and instructor, co-designer, and researcher for the open online course Blended Learning Practice. The 2nd edition of Introduction to Distance Education: Teaching and Learning in a New Era, which she co-edited, has just been released by Taylor & Francis for 2021. She has held major research grants supporting research on the technology-enabled student experience. In 2019 Martha received an Honorary Doctorate from Mid-Sweden University and the Leadership Award from the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education. Her research interest areas include 1) online and blended learning 2) communities of inquiry 3) higher education reform and 4) leadership in education. Martha is currently Visiting Professor of Pedagogy at Mid-Sweden University, Virtual Educator in Resident at the National University of Singapore, and a member of the Advisory Group for Digital Literacy with the B.C. Ministry of Advanced Education. For more information, see http://cde.athabascau.ca/faculty/martic.php.
Currently recruiting for a Francophone Editor.
Carmen Jensen-Tebb, Athabasca University, Canada
Carmen is a graduate student in distance education at Athabasca University, where she also serves as the Contract Project Administrator in Open, Digital, and Distance Education in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences providing support for special projects, collaborations, and the education massive open and online course offerings of Blended Learning Practice, Designing for Communities of Inquiry in Online Courses, Leading Change in Teaching and Learning for a Digital World, Learning to Learn Online, Learning to Learn Online Express, and Technology-Enabled Learning. Carmen manages communication with Journal authors and reviewers, as well as incoming manuscript reviews, reviewer selection, copy editing, and manuscript preparation for publication.
Dan Wilton, Athabasca University, Canada
Dan is a doctoral student in distance education at Athabasca University, where he also provides instructional design for massive open online courses, research assistance, and web initiative development including the OER Knowledge Cloud in Open, Digital and Distance Education in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. His research interests include networks and networked learning, MOOCs, and learning analytics. Dan manages the OJS platform and publishing of issues.
Graduate Student Editors' Assistant
Currently an AU EdD student, Jenine has taught in China, Japan, Korea, and Canada, and has worked as a face-to-face, blended, and online instructor in the field of English as a Second or Other Language and teacher training. As the Director of Training for a non-profit organization, Jenine helped create blended training for TESOL instructors preparing to go overseas to teach English, and most recently has taught academic writing online to students in Lithuania, where she could explore both the synchronous and asynchronous possibilities. Jenine's main interest is pedagogy and teacher training related to TESOL and intercultural education.
Yi (Lucy) Lu, B.Eng
Currently an AU M.Ed. student, Lucy works in Ontario as a contract Faculty member in the architectural design and construction program. Designing and delivering face-to-face, blended, and online courses, Lucy is learning and incorporating emerging technologies both in architectural design and teaching. Conducting pedagogical research is a passion: her first action research project was to investigate the impact of listening to classical music on student performance. In her spare time, Lucy loves to explore the wonders of the Canadian wilderness through camping, hiking, and canoeing.
Book Review Editor
Carol Sparkes, PhD., Thompson Rivers University, Canada
As an Instructional Designer, Carol enjoys designing student-centered online courses at Thompson Rivers University, in Kamloops, British Columbia. Carol has studied and worked right across Canada starting in Newfoundland and Labrador. Achieving a PhD (Ed Tech) from Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec has been a recent highlight.
Tony Bates, University of British Columbia, Canada
Robert M. Bernard, Concordia University, Canada
Saul Carliner, Concordia University, Faculty of Education
Martha Gabriel, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
France Henri, Teluq, Canada
Linda Price, Open University UK, United Kingdom
Thomas Reeves, University of Georgia, United States
Norm Vaughan, Mount Royal College, Canada