Special issue on emergency remote teaching under COVID published

Please note the publication of a free, openly accessible special issue filled with 42 articles addressing emergency transitions to remote teaching.


All 42 articles, each ~3500 words, are being offered for free (no paywall; full access to all PDFs) for the next 6 months in an effort by the editors, authors and publisher Emerald, to help educators prepare their ongoing pandemic response.

The articles were written as rapid-turnaround responses to a call for pragmatic evidence-based guidelines on remote teaching strategies from learning sciences and information science scholarly communities. All articles contain research-supported approaches for teaching and learning in the following context categories: K-12, Higher Education, School/Public Librarianship, Parenting, Educator Professional Development.

The introductory editorial is here:

The journal info is here:

NOTE: Many of the articles are written pragmatically, with the education practitioner audience in mind. With open accessibility, we hope these can be helpful to those preparing their ongoing pandemic teaching adaptations. We invite you to help circulate the news about the availability of this resource to interested individuals and groups (researchers and educators).

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