Journal of Technology and Teacher Education (JTATE) [ISSN 1059-7069] # 1 Journal Ranking in “Teacher Education and Technology” (H-Index). About JTATE JTATE serves as a forum for the exchange of knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher education. Journal content covers preservice and inservice teacher education, graduate programs in areas such as curriculum and instruction, educational administration, staff development instructional technology, and educational computing. JTATE is the official journal of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE). Members have free, online access to all back issues of JTATE via LearnTechLib–The Learning & Technology Library. Contents: Current Issue Contents & Abstracts Subscribe: Individual or Library/Institution Submit: Author Guidelines Publication Ethics: All authors are encouraged to read and adhere to the International Standards for Authors prior to submission. Review: Review Policies, Reviewer Application, Review Board Alert: Sign-up for New Issue Alerts Indexed in leading indices including: Scopus, Educational Research Abstracts, ERIC, LearnTechLib-The Learning and Technology Library, Index Copernicus, GetCited, Google Scholar, Journal Seek, Microsoft Academic Search, Bacon’s Media Directory, Cabell’s, Ulrich, and several others. Call for Special Issue – Due April 30, 2020 – This call is now CLOSED. Preservice and Inservice Professional Development during the COVID-19 Pandemic Call and Submission Information Here This Call is for a fast-tracked, open access, “special” issue of JTATE, where special refers not just to the collection of papers but to the format of the paper. These papers will still be peer-reviewed; however, these papers are going to follow a medical journal, short-paper style (500-1000 words max.), which will facilitate quick review and publication. The purpose is of this special issue is to document best practices in order to support teachers and teacher educators around the world. JTATE has never done anything like this, but we are living in a world where we are all doing things we never expected.