Journal of Online Learning and Teaching
No. 3, September 2006
Letters to the Editor now welcome!
We continue to be pleased with the
quality of articles submitted to JOLT and find that the
research is spurring excellent discussions among the Editorial
Board around the issues related to online learning and
teaching. We would like to encourage you to engage in this
discussion. We welcome your letters, submitted via e-mail,
commenting on the articles
featured in JOLT. Your letters should clearly indicate the
article(s) you are commenting on and include your full name,
affiliation, address and phone number for verification. All letters will be
edited for clarity, style, and length. Published letters will
include the writer's name and affiliation.
To accommodate the letter volume and
range, writers generally are limited to 200 words. In
particular, we are interested in where the material featured
in JOLT has been re-used in other contexts, or where alternative
findings exist. The goal is to provide a forum for open
discussion of these issues and development of the scholarship
around online learning and teaching.
We hope you will consider submitting
your letters to us and look forward to engaging in future
conversations with you over the coming months!
Tracy Penny Light and Edward H. Perry