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    • Betwixt and Between: Liminality in Teacher’s Lives and in the Pandemic 

      Sullivan, Sunshine R.; Badley, Kenneth Rea, 1951- (George Fox UniversityNewberg, OR, 2021)
      The pandemic has altered the ways educators carry out their work, having forced them to switch en masse in March, 2020 to online instruction and then to various combinations of online and hybrid instruction. Along with ...
    • Instructor-Featured Videos and the Importance of Social Presence in Online Education 

      Smith, Aaron P. B. (Brock University, Brock-Golden Horseshoe Educational ConsortiumSt. Catharines, ON, 2021)
      The recent global shift to online teaching has thrust educators in all levels and forms of education into new roles and experiences. As many have little prior experience teaching online, it is possible that there are those ...
    • Online Discipling of North African Isolated Christians of Muslim Background 

      Jaballah, Basma Dabbour (Tyndale University College & Seminary, 2017-03)
      This project was a small-scale study of the effectiveness of using the Created for Relationship curriculum (Arabic Version) to disciple isolated Christians from Muslim backgrounds (CMB) of North African descent, using ...