The COVID-19 pandemic both exposed and exacerbated disparities in access and equity in distance education. Making distance learning a justice-oriented instructional modality requires educational institutions to apply critical frameworks in planning, designing, teaching, and assessing courses.
The purpose of this webinar is to revisit "what we have learned," or maybe "what we should have learned," since the special issue: Distance Education across critical theoretical landscapes: touchstones for quality research & teaching (Vol. 41, No. 3) was published in August 2020. We anticipate rich conversation and community-building that leads to critical, intersectional distance learning practice.