Please check out the latest work published in the OTESSA Journal (Volume 2, Issues 1 and 2 published Dec 2022). The journal is using a continuous publication model, so will be posting articles as they move through the editorial process. It is an open-access journal with no Article Processing Charges, so your membership, sponsorship, and conference registration supports the publication activities of OTESSA among the other work we do as we build and grow. The journal is now quietly welcoming submissions from the global public in the discourse, research, or practice sections. To join or renew your membership, please visit the membership form on our website.
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VOLUME 2, ISSUE 1
Outside-In: Entangled Openness as Subversion Influencing Emergent Change, Maha Bali
A Synthesis of Research on Mental Health and Remote Learning: How Pandemic Grief Haunts Claims of Causality, Stephanie Moore, George Veletsianos, Michael K. Barbour
Crowdsourcing the (Un)Textbook: Rethinking and Future Thinking the Role of the Textbook in Open Pedagogy, Michelle Harrison, Michael Paskevicius, Irwin Devries, Tannis Morgan
The UK Open University COVID Response: A Sector Case Study, Martin Weller
Humanizing with Humility: The Challenge of Creating Caring, Compassionate, and Hopeful Educational Spaces in Higher Education, Sarah Driessens, Michelann Parr
ePortfolio Pedagogy: Stimulating a Shift in Mindset, Rita Zuba Prokopetz
VOLUME 2, ISSUE 2
On the Misappropriation of Spatial Metaphors in Online Learning, Jon Dron
Surveillance in the System: Data as Critical Change in Higher Education, Samantha Szcyrek, Bonnie Stewart
Introducing A Reflective Framework for the Assessment and Recognition of Microcredentials, Francisco Iniesto, Rebecca Ferguson, Martin Weller, Rob Farrow, Rebecca Pitt
Integrating Technology With Instructional Frameworks to Support all Learners in Inclusive Classrooms, Diane Montgomery
Elders’ Conversations: Perspectives on Leveraging Digital Technology in Language Revival, Melissa Bishop