October 30, 2020
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Cotnam-Kappel, M., & Vaughn, N. (2020). TATE Special Issue. International Journal of E-Learning & Distance Education / Revue Internationale Du E-Learning Et La Formation à Distance, 35(1). Retrieved from https://www.ijede.ca/index.php/jde/article/view/1188
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Welcome to this special issue of the International Journal of E-Learning and Distance Education. This issue features twelve articles about the use of digital technology in Canadian teacher education programs. The authors of these research studies are members of the Technology and Teacher Education (TATE) special interest group of the Canadian Association of Teacher Education (CATE).