Virtually Connecting is a learning community that contributes back to the academic world through various forms of scholarship. This scholarship enables reflection on how the movement deals with concerns around equity, access, inclusion, hybridity, digital literacy, empathy, and more.

The following is a list of publications and presentations by various members of the Virtually Connecting movement either directly addressing these bigger issues or highlighting Virtually Connecting as an example to enable a larger conversation.

Open access peer-reviewed scholarly articles:

  • Bali, M., Caines, A., Hogue, R. J., DeWaard, H. J., & Friedrich, C. (2019). Intentionally Equitable Hospitality in Hybrid Video Dialogue: The Context of Virtually Connecting. eLearning Mag (special issue). Retrieved from:
  • Bali, M., and Caines, A. (2018, December). A call for promoting ownership, equity, and agency in faculty development via connected learning. The International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education. Open access article provided by publisher
  • Bali, M., Caines, A., DeWaard, H., & Hogue, R. (2016, December). Ethos and Practice of a Connected Learning Movement: Interpreting Virtually Connecting Through Alignment with Theory and Survey Results. Online Learning Journal, 20(4). Pp. 212-229. Open access article provided by publisher

Open access non-peer reviewed scholarly articles:


Personal Blog Posts relating to Virtually Connecting:

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