Since the publication of our last issue, in the midst of a global pandemic, we have been forced to reenvision how we engage students in our learning communities. With time and space separating us in ways we have never before experienced, the articles in this issue all point to the need for us, in our practices, to remain steadfast in our view that individual students are empowered through their social activity. Although these articles describe work that took place before the new normal of our virtual world, we hope you are inspired to bring the understanding in these pieces of agency-through-community to your work, both now and in the future.
, Graziano, J.
Notes for this Issue.
Learning Communities Research and Practice, 8(2), Article 4.
Available at: https://washingtoncenter.evergreen.edu/lcrpjournal/vol8/iss2/4