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Editorial Board: Advances in Online Education: A Peer-Reviewed Journal

First Published September 2022 Latest Issue September 2023

Advances in Online Education: A Peer-Reviewed Journal is the major new quarterly, free-to-view, peer-reviewed title with an interdisciplinary approach, publishing best practice articles as well as theoretical and applied research and analysis, covering developments in virtual, distance, blended, self-directed and e-learning in a variety of technology-enhanced educational settings and the... read morelibrarianship needed to support this.

Subjects covered include: E-learning; e-content; online classrooms; technology-enhanced learning; simulation & animation; blended learning; online/virtual laboratories; open universities; online assessment; e-tutoring; virtual learning; online distance learning (ODL); the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL); management styles for e-learning organisations; online course development and design; animation & 3D applications; digital libraries; learning analytics.

Editorial Board

Advances in Online Education: A Peer-Reviewed Journal is guided by an expert Editorial Board who peer-review every article submitted for publication to ensure it is practical, authoritative and relevant:

  • Maria del Carmen Alvarez Alvarez, Professor of Education, University of Cantabria
  • Kyriaki Anagnostopoulou, Head of School of Education and Professor of Higher Education, Bath Spa University
  • Bettyjo H. Bouchey, Dean, Online Education, National Louis University
  • Sam Brenton, Director of Education, Innovation and Development, University of London
  • Doris Choy, Assistant Professor, Learning Sciences and Assessment, Nanyang Technological University
  • Ingrid Day, Academic Dean, Australian Institute of Business
  • Wendy Fritz, Executive Director of Learning Engineering, Division of Continuing Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Valentina Grion, Associate Professor in Education, University of Padova
  • Shoshi Ish-Horowicz, Head of Innovation and Learning, Queen Mary, University of London 
  • Chris Johannessen, Chief Digital Strategist, Axis Group
  • Kevin Jones, Dean of Online Studies, Columbia International University
  • Marlene Leekang, Executive Director, Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, City University of New York
  • Maria B. Ligorio, Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Educational sciences and Communication, University of Bari
  • Irene Lubbe, Senior lecturer, Centre for Teaching and Learning, Central European University
  • Pedro Ribeiro Mucharreira, Assistant Professor, Institute of Education, University of Lisbon 
  • Michelle Mukherjee, Senior Lecturer in Digital Pedagogies and Science Education, Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
  • Chew Fong Peng, Associate Professor, Department of Language and Literacy Education, University of Malaysia
  • Katie Prentice, Executive Director, The Texas Medical Centre (TMC) Library
  • Wendy Purcell, Research Associate, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University
  • Daisuke Saito, Assistant Professor, School of Fundamental Science and Engineering, Waseda University
  • Afsaneh Sharif, Senior Project Manager, Centre for Learning and Technology of British Colombia
  • Emry Somnarain, Director of Online Education, National University
  • Elizabeth Speer, Electronic Resources & Acquisitions Librarian, University of North Texas Health Science Centre
  • Bonnie Stewart, Assistant Professor of Online Pedagogy & Workplace Learning, Faculty of Education, University of Windsor
  • Holly Tootell, Senior Lecturer, School of Computing and Information Technology, University of Wollongong
  • Ray Uzwyshyn, Director, Digital Services, Texas State University Libraries
  • Farah L. Vallera, Professor of Practice, Instructional Technology Programme, College of Education, Lehigh University
  • Barbara van Ingen, Vice-President of Student Life and Learning, Concordia University of Edmonton 
  • John Vivolo, Director of Online and Campus Learning Strategies, Katz School of Science and Health, Yeshiva University
  • Thomas Wahl, Dean of School, School of Business Society and Engineering, Division of Administration and the Business Incubator Idélab, Malardalen University
  • Roy Zur, CEO, ThriveDX SaaS