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Table 1 Selection of cases

From: Feminist trends in distance and hybrid higher education: a scoping review

CASES Authors/Year Title Sources Training scope on gender Distance educational model
CASE 1 Vivakaran and Maraimalai (2019) Networked Learning and Learning Analytics: A Study on the Employment of Facebook in a Virtual Training Program Learning Environments, 27(2), 242–255 Transversal Online model
CASE 2 Herman et al. (2019) Using a blended learning approach to support women returning to STEM Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 34 (1), 40–60 Transversal Hybrid model
CASE 3 Mathews (2019) Teaching Art Librarianship in Critical Praxis: Feminist Pedagogy in the Online LIS Classroom Art Documentation 38(2), pp. 185–216 Transversal Online model
CASE 4 Hutchinson and Novotny (2018) Teaching a Critical Digital Literacy of Wearables: A Feminist Surveillance as Care Pedagogy Computers and Composition 50, 105–120 Transversal Hybrid model
CASE 5 Ringrose (2018) Digital feminist pedagogy and post-truth misogyny Teaching in Higher Education, 23(5), 647–656 Transversal Online model
CASE 6 Nyaruwata (2018) The dual-mode provision: successes and challenges. A case study of Women’s University in Africa (WUA) Distance Education, 39(2), 194–208 Specific Hybrid model
CASE 7 Aneja (2017) Blending in reconciling feminist pedagogy and distance education across cultures Gender and Education, 29(7), 850–868 Specific Hybrid model
CASE 8 Gajjala et al. (2017) Epistemologies of doing: Engaging online learning through feminist pedagogy Higher Education, 135 Transversal Online model
CASE 9 Herman and Kirkup (2017) Combining feminist pedagogy and transactional distance to create gender-sensitive technology-enhanced learning Gender and Education, 29(6), 781–795 Specific Hybrid model
CASE 10 Chung (2016) A feminist pedagogy through online education Asian Journal of Women's Studies, 22(4), 372–391 Specific Online model