Message from the Editor
Nine years ago the inaugural issue of LEARNing Landscapes made a reality of the vision to create a peer-reviewed, open access, online journal that would bridge theory and practice and give voice to all educational stakeholders—academics, graduate students, educational leaders, principals, teachers, and students—and use technology in ways that would expand and enhance communicative possibilities and representational forms. (Pictured here is eminent scholar and LEARNing Landscapes contributor Jerome Bruner with Lynn Butler-Kisber.)
LEARN made this possible and continues to support the work that LEARNing Landscapes strives to do. To date the issues have focused on student engagement, leadership, education and the arts, curriculum, literacy, eminent Canadians, poetry, inquiry, the brain, and informal education, and in each, the technology has been used to enhance the communication in varying ways.
As a response to our steady growth over the last several years we are pleased to introduce our LEARNing Landscapes online community. Here you will find all our current resources, organized in a simple, accessible format, which will continue to grow as our community evolves.
We are proud to share a substantive body of work that we believe pushes the boundaries of form and content. If you are new to the LEARNing Landscapes community please enjoy reading through all our past issues, as well as all the other elements of our community available to you on this site.
Professor, McGill University