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Spring 2021 | Special Issue: Learning Communities & Remote Learning & Teaching

This special issue will explore the ways in which learning community programs adapted to the challenges of educating students during a pandemic that required social isolation. Authors are encouraged to submit manuscripts that share lessons learned and describe the creative responses they used to sustain learning community programs in remote learning environments.
Submissions are accepted throughout the year with a final deadline of January 15, 2021 for the Spring 2021 Special Issue.

Learning Communities Research and Practice (LCRP) provides a forum for higher education faculty, staff, researchers, administrators, and students to share current research, effective practices, critical reflections, and resources related to student learning communities in higher education. The purpose of LCRP is to promote practices and knowledge that strengthen the learning communities field. LCRP seeks submissions from faculty, administrators, student services professionals, researchers, and students involved in learning community work as defined by the Leaning Communities Association.

LCRP is an open-access, online journal. It does not charge readers or institutions for access. Readers may freely download, copy, distribute, print, or link to the full text of any article. (Excerpts and quotes should be credited to the authors and this journal.)

All articles and reviews submitted for publication are peer-reviewed by at least two reviewers. Authors retain copyright of their material under a Creative Commons Non-Commercial Attribution 3.0 License.

LCRP (ISSN 2375-804X) is hosted by The Evergreen State College’s Washington Center, the National Resource Center for Learning Communities.

We invite you to write a response to any article in this issue or previous issues. Send your letter to lcrpjournal@evergreen.edu.