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Testing the intervention of OER renewable assignments in a college course

TitleTesting the intervention of OER renewable assignments in a college course
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsAbri, M. A., & Dabbagh N.
PublisherOpen Praxis
Start Page195
Date Published06/2019
Keywordshigher education, OER-enabled pedagogy, Open Educational Resources (OER), open pedagogy, perceptions of OER, renewable assignments, student-created OER

The purpose of this study was to explore students and instructor perceptions of the concept of renewable assignments in the open educational resources (OER) movement. Mixed methods were used, with a combination of a survey and semi-structured interview, administered at George Mason University in the United States. Eleven graduate students enrolled in the Instructional Design and Technology program in the course Advanced Instructional Design were invited to complete an online survey. A face-to-face interview was conducted with the instructor of the course. Descriptive statistics and thematic analysis were used to examine the results of the study. The data analysis found that only a small number of students were knowledgeable about OER, but the majority of participants indicated that they were very satisfied with the concept of renewable assignments. The findings suggest further investigation of the pedagogical models that tend to support student-generated OER.


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