Keywords:online learning, assistive technology, Canadian faculty, higher education, automated scoring, LMS, computer assisted language learning
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 with topics addressed in our journal: the widespread adoption of hybrid learning models, increased use of learning technologies, online faculty development, and quality online learning. We invite you to review the content summary of this journal issue.
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