JLS 2023 Reviewer of the Year Recognition

Thank you to our exceptional JLS reviewers and editorial board members for crafting insightful, rigorous, and thoughtful reviews. Your contributions are vital in upholding the high standards and impact of JLS, and in promoting the advancement of our field.

Join us in congratulating…

  • Marcela Borge — Pennsylvania State University
  • Ying-Chih Chen — Arizona State University
  • Joe Curnow — University of Manitoba
  • Andy Elby — University of Maryland
  • Kate Thompson — Queensland University of Technology
  • Ashlyn Pierson — Ohio State University
  • Kenneth Silseth — University of Oslo
  • Breanne Litts — Utah State University
  • Beth van Es — University of California Irvine

Warmest Regards,

A. Susan Jurow and Jianwei Zhang
Co-editors in Chief, Journal of the Learning Sciences

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