Claiming, Curating, and Increasing Your Citations: A guide for authors from Online Learning (OLJ)

The Online Learning Journal (OLJ) is committed to open access publishing on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. As part of that mission, we are continuously trying to raise the scholarly profile of OLJ and of the authors we publish. These guidelines are meant to help our authors start claiming and curating their researcher profiles on two of the largest open-source online academic platforms: Google Scholar and Claiming and curating your work will benefit you, the journal,and the field.  (Click the "more" link below to continue reading). 
Posted: 2017-06-27 More...

New Issue of OLJ published


We recently published OLJ 21:2.  Have a look.

Posted: 2017-06-17 More...

The OLJ Open Access Difference

Why OLJ is your best choice for open access publishing.  
Posted: 2017-05-05 More...

Online Learning Journal (OLJ) Call for Proposals for Graduate Student Presentation Sessions at OLC Accelerate 2017

The Online Learning Journal (OLJ) in partnership with the Online Learning Consortium invites submissions for the graduate student sessions at OLC Accelerate 2017. The conference will convene November 15-17, 2017 at the Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin in Orlando, FL. We will be selecting 6 proposals for full presentations and 12 for discovery session presentations, or poster sessions. Please indicate your interest in the presentation format you prefer.

We seek proposals that reflect and showcase our vibrant community of practice — promoting theory, research and methodology in online, blended, and web-enhanced teaching and learning. Note that each individual is limited to no more than one proposal submission.

Please refer to the CFP on the OLC site as you complete your proposal and prior to submitting your proposal. The CFP closes on May 22, 2017.
Posted: 2017-03-15
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