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Quarterly Review of Distance Education

Volume 21 #3 - Essays from the Field: Instructional Technology in a Time of Crisis

Edited by:
Michael Simonson, Nova Southeastern University
Vanaja Nethi

A volume in the series: Quarterly Review of Distance Education - Journal. Editor(s): Michael Simonson, Nova Southeastern University. Charles Schlosser, Nova Southeastern University.

Published 2020

The Quarterly Review of Distance Education is a rigorously refereed journal publishing articles, research briefs, reviews, and editorials dealing with the theories, research, and practices of distance education. The Quarterly Review publishes articles that utilize various methodologies that permit generalizable results which help guide the practice of the field of distance education in the public and private sectors. The Quarterly Review publishes full-length manuscripts as well as research briefs, editorials, reviews of programs and scholarly works, and columns. The Quarterly Review defines distance education as institutionally-based formal education in which the learning group is separated and interactive technologies are used to unite the learning group.

CONTENTS
Introduction: The Study, the Crisis, and the Essays, Michael Simonson and Vanaja Nethi. Education in the Condition of “a Total Lockdown”, Archil Abashidze. COVID-19—Transformation From Traditional to Online Education: Azerbaijan Experiences, Agil Valiyev. A Pandemic Case Journal of One Higher Education Institution, Suzanne Y. Ensmann, Lina Gomez-Vasquez, Ronda Sturgill, and Aimee L. Whiteside. Shifting to Online Instruction in the Epicenter of a U.S. Pandemic: A Professor’s Strategies, Struggles, and Successes, Danielle DiMarco. “Just Keep Swimming”: A Story of Teaching Transformation During the Pandemic, Penelope Mosavian. COVID-19 in Indonesia: Impact and Strategies for Education, Seipah Kardipah and Halimatus Syakdiyah. Case Study: Online in the Studio During the Pandemic...But Significant Challenges Still Exist, Brad Hokanson and Meghan Hendrickson. Your Spirit Alive With Support, Younglong Kim. A Systems Perspective of Academic Library Technology Use During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Angela Doucet Rand and Beth Rugan Shepard. Rising Demand for Instructional Technologists: 2020’s New Normal in the COVID-19 Pandemic, Anonymous Essayist. How a Ship Must Turn: A Systems Analysis of One University’s Distance Learning Plan in Response to a Global Pandemic, Anonymous Essayist. Instructional Technology in a Time of Crisis: Cases of The Center for Pedagogical Measurements, Aidana Shilibekova, Laila Tursynova, Dinara Ziyedenova, Saule Vildanova, Assem Yerkinova, and Baurzhan Yessingeldinov. Technology Means Machines, Anonymous Essayist. Summary: Trends, Critical Issues, and Observations— Instructional Technology in a Time of Crisis, Vanaja Nethi and Michael Simonson.

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