Notes from the editor

Vahid Nimehchisalem

Abstract


Thanks to our international authors, readers, reviewers, and editorial board members, our July 2021 issue is now released. The pandemic has been on-going stimulating many researchers to conduct more studies related to digital literacy and e-learning. We have had an increasing number of submissions related to online learning. The current issue presents engaging topics related to education and literacy studies from diverse locations from all around the world. The topics of our articles in this issue are related to different areas including motivation, listening skills, E-mail literacy, young learners’ literacy, literacy as women’s empowerment tool, learning environment, digital storytelling, bilingualism and writing skills, synchronous distance education, paradigm shifts in literacy theories, social studies instruction, music e-learning, creative expression technique, persuasive communication instruction, 21st century learner skills, historical literacy, and technological pedagogical content knowledge.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7575/aiac.ijels.v.9n.3p.1

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