The TxDLA Journal of Digital Learning is dedicated to supporting online/digital educators with insights for both scholarship and practice. In addition to providing overviews of new technologies and best practices, the journal also provides an outlet for a blind peer-reviewed opportunity for TxDLA affiliated researchers adding to the body of knowledge in the areas of educational practice in distance learning and digital education. Manuscripts in the journal present original findings resulting from quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-methods research, as well as action research, practitioner articles, and book and product reviews. TxDLA Journal of Digital Learning.The Texas Digital Learning Association
Current Volume: Volume 4 (2022) Summer 2022
In memory of Dr. Marie-Anne Mundy
Dr. Marie-Anne Mundy, an Associate Professor for Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi, took a major role in the establishment of the TxDLA Journal and served the Journal over the past six years on its Editorial Board. Dr. Mundy influenced the Journal to maintain a focus on original research, adding to the literature for Texas academic institutions.
As a tenured faculty in the Educational Leadership program, Marie-Anne mentored numerous students through their graduate studies and their first successes in professional publication. She was dedicated to guiding her students on a journey of discovery for scholarship and professional identity. She served on countless dissertation committees as chair and committee member and throughout all of them a sense of pride for the growth she saw her students display was apparent. Marie-Anne truly believed that her students would influence the landscape of higher education for decades to come and she instilled in them a curiosity for what statistics and data could do to inform decisions and enhance current practices.
Marie-Anne worked tirelessly to build the higher education community she was a proud member of. She was a scholar, mentor, and friend and is dearly missed.
The Rapid Transition from Face-To-Face to Online Education Due to COVID-19: Observations of Higher Education Faculty in Texas
Bill McHenry, Kevin Williams, and Ellen Melton