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In person, hybrid and online higher education: supporting students’ complex trajectories

This special issue looks for articles that address the question of the passage through higher education from the concept of complex trajectory (focused on delay, stop-out or change of modality, degree or institution), preferably following a longitudinal methodology, or focusing on how technology helps to monitor, control and support students in these processes, and that take equity issues into consideration. In short, we want to produce an issue that address the question of understanding complex trajectories and how higher education institutions approach them. 

Topics of interest include (involving equity issues when possible):

  • Switching to online higher education institutions and the motivation behind it
  • Longitudinal analysis of trajectories followed by students
  • Lecturers' awareness of different trajectories followed by their students and how they adapt the teaching and learning process to this reality 

Submission Deadline: 31 March 2023

Guest editors: 
Helena Troiano, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
John Brennan, Open University, UK 
Jean-François Giret, University of Burgundy, France  


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