Hybrid Pedagogy is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles that combine personal experience, current conversations, and theoretical foundations. The journal also hosts a podcast, HybridPod, which presents interviews with educators about teaching and learning in a digital age. It also hosts multi-day institutes across the country, as well as online courses.
The library subscribes to several journals dedicated to publishing peer-reviewed articles on the theory and practice of online education:
Published twice a month, the Distance Education Report covers distance program development and management, marketing and recruitment, faculty development, ethics, student retention, assessment, and more.
IRRODL is an open-access, refereed e-journal that publishes original research theory, and best practice in open and distance learning.
Check out: Cho, Moon-Heum and Scott Tobias. 2016. "Should Instructors Require Discussion in Online Courses? Effects of Online Discussion on Community of Inquiry, Learner Time, Satisfaction and Achievement." International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning 17(2).
The Quarterly review publishes articles, research briefs, reviews of specific programs, and editorials related to the theory and practice of distance education.
Established in 1987 with the mission of promoting research and disseminating information about distance education in the Americas, AJDE explores topics about teaching-learning relationships where the actors are geographically separated, and communication takes place through technologies.
Can't find what you're looking for above? Try searching in ERIC, the primier education database from the U.S. Department of Education.
Blogs on teaching with technology offer platforms for educators to share new tools, approaches, and techniques. Here are just a few to get you started. You might also check out EdTEch Magazine's "50 Must-Read Higher Ed IT Blogs".