Originally published as a collection of papers in the journal Distance Education, this is another set of materials which will help you think about how we move past a “banking” notion of online learning where students receive “chunks” of information, are tested on it, and put the test in the bank. The book pushes us to consider the idea of a community of inquiry and constructivists understanding of learning processes and the need for instructors and students to engage and experience a real sense of presence. Gert Biesta, the educational philosopher, reminds us that teaching and learning are intensely personal experiences and require presence. Some theory, a lot of practical examples and some great ideas. (This book is included here since it appeared in Canada in 2020).