Published December 22, 2022
Educational researchers, instructors and those who support educational endeavours in post-secondary, K-12, continuing education, and workplace settings have been considering how to bring forward the successful innovations and approaches that were developed during the shift to remote and online learning required during the early phases of the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, there is recognition that the challenges encountered, including inequitable access, increased surveillance, and the need to consider sustainability, will continue, and need to be examined. This issue, comprised of both research articles and short papers that were submitted as part of the CNIE 2022 conference, and regular research article submissions that relate to the theme "Innovating Every Day: Moving Beyond COVID-19", highlight innovations or successes educators experienced, as we question how to create more equitable and flexible educational spaces. As we are following a continuous publication model, articles will be published as soon as they are ready after acceptance, so we will continue to add articles to this issue.