QRDEQuarterly Review of Distance Education (journal)
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The second entry in the series, published in QRDE Volume 18, Number 3, was focused on a major Asian country, Japan (Nakamura, 2017).
In this current issue of QRDE, we shift our attention from the Middle and Far East to the easternmost part of the European continent.
QRDE readers are encouraged to consider this story of the Romanian experience, and thereby more fully recognize that, for many nations, distance learning represents not just another variant of learning, but a doorway into modernity and a pathway to social and economic prosperity.
To that end, we would like to commence with the announcement of a new series that will become an ongoing portion of the International Section of QRDE: "The State of Distance Education and E-learning Around the Globe." This series will be comprised of articles authored by experienced researchers with close ties to the state of distance education in various countries and different regions of the world, and will report on the current state of distance education and learning in these areas.
We are very excited about this new series, as it provides the opportunity for individuals with deep knowledge of a variety of countries around the world to serve as virtual "ambassadors" for their countries to the QRDE readership, while simultaneously examining and presenting what roles distance education currently plays in that country.
We also hope that this QRDE Special Issue will be but the start of a much larger conversation as our discipline helps define how future online education systems both respects and protects those who interact within them.
The next issue of QRDE will contain Part 2 of this special issue, which is titled "e-Learners and Their Data, Part 2: Application Perspectives." Like Part 1, Part 2 will also contain both conceptual and applied articles concerning student digital work products, and is based on a wide variety of learning settings to examine these themes.
Ray has been published by Cambridge University Press, The Journal of Computing in Higher Education, Educational Technology Research and Development, and QRDE, among others, and is the recipient of a variety of publishing awards.
In addition to generating authentic and meaningful information for the QRDE readership, the interviewing technique would afford graduate student authors the maximum learning experience as they prepared their articles.
Articles for submission to the QRDE were based on the finalized manuscripts developed by the graduate student authors.