The editors of the UCFV Research Review invite you to contribute your work for the upcoming October, 2005 issue.
The theme of this issue is teaching and learning online. As the underlying theme is the use of technology in the learning process, topics may include but are not limited to theory and practice (in both K–12 and postsecondary education), instructional design and application (including assessment), applications including simulations and gaming, cognitive processes and technology, emerging theories of education in the online environment, and challenges and issues (regional, national, international).
Papers should be 4000–6500 words and written for a varied audience including scholars, interested readers, academics, practitioners, students, and community members. Papers may take a variety of forms including research papers, literature reviews, evaluations, position papers, case studies, creative non-fiction reflections, and instructional development reports.
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