Distance Education special issue: Distance Education Across Critical Theoretical Landscapes

The  purpose  of this  special  themed  issue  is  to provide  a  venue  for scholars, researchers, instructional  designers, and classroom  teachers  to engage  with critical  theories  and diversity in open, flexible  and technology-mediated distance  learning environments.  To provide  the  most opportunity for inclusion, we  invite  submissions  that  consider a  wide  variety of technologies, pedagogies,  modes  and settings  (e.g., K-12, higher education, and industry/corporate  settings). We encourage  submissions  that  represent  the  theoretical  landscape, and which demonstrate  the breadth and depth of theoretical  lenses  that  have  been historically underrepresented. This includes, but  is  not  limited to the  following:  critical  race  theory, critical  pedagogies, disability studies, feminisms, heutagogy, and LGBTQIA+ studies. Finally, we  invite  a  variety of research paradigms  as  well  as  theoretical  pieces, meta-analyses, and strategic  reviews  of the literature.
More information can be found here: https://t.co/ 5WZg7UpOUkqncapes

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