As the school year is well underway, it is time to check in with teachers. Educators struggling with increased technological classroom components may find guidance from the Australasian Journal of Educational Technology. The journal's focus on "promot[ing] research and scholarship on the integration of technology in tertiary education," means it is packed with articles exploring the intersection of classrooms and computers. For example, Volume 36 Issue 3 (published in June 2020) includes research on crowdsourcing educational technology tools and assessing learning management systems for students in arts disciplines. To browse this and other recent content, check out the Current tab. To explore past pieces, from the first issue in 1985 to present, visit the Archives tab. Additional content is available on the Early Release tab (meaning the piece has been peer-reviewed and accepted, but was released before the next "full issue publication"). Those interested in publishing with the journal will find information about submitting on the Call for Special Issues tab. To keep abreast of the journal's latest happenings, consider following them on Twitter, @AJET_eds. The journal is published by the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education and is led by editors Eva Heinrich (Massey University, New Zealand), Michael Henderson (Monash University, Australia), and Petrea Redmond (University of Southern Queensland, Australia).