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de Waard, I., Abajian S., Gallagher M., Hogue R., Keskin N., Koutropoulos A., et al. (2011).  Using mLearning and MOOCs to understand chaos, emergence, and complexity in education. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 12(7), 95-115. Abstract  Download: 1046-8898-3-PB.pdf (884.77 KB)
Waks, L. J. (2016).  Three contributions of MOOCs. The Evolution and Evaluation of Massive Open Online Courses: MOOCs in Motion. 103–120. Abstract
Waks, L. J. (2016).  What are MOOCs?. The Evolution and Evaluation of Massive Open Online Courses: MOOCs in Motion. 35–58. Abstract
Waks, L. J. (2016).  The primary educational value of MOOCs. The Evolution and Evaluation of Massive Open Online Courses: MOOCs in Motion. 59–82. Abstract
Waks, L. J. (2016).  MOOCs and educational value. The Evolution and Evaluation of Massive Open Online Courses: MOOCs in Motion. 1–10. Abstract
Waks, L. J. (2016).  MOOCs and career qualifications. The Evolution and Evaluation of Massive Open Online Courses: MOOCs in Motion. 83–101. Abstract
Waks, L. J. (2016).  The economic crisis and the rise of MOOCs. The Evolution and Evaluation of Massive Open Online Courses: MOOCs in Motion. 11–34. Abstract
Walker, C. (2013).  OERRH quality plan. OER Research Hub. 1-13. Abstract  Download: oerrh-quality-planv1-0_final.pdf (132.04 KB)
Waller, M., Cross W., & Hayes E. (2019).  The open textbook toolkit: Developing a new narrative for OER support. Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) 2019. 587-593. Abstract  Download: TheOpenTextbookToolkit.pdf (1.56 MB)
Wang, Q. (2011).  Application of practice of teaching reform of open educational resources in environmental science specialty. (Tan, HH, Ed.).2011 International Conference on Economic, Education and Management (ICEEM2011), Vol II. Abstract
Wang, Z., Anderson T., & Chen L. (2018).  How learners participate in Connectivist learning: An analysis of the interaction traces from a cMOOC. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 19(1), 44-67. Abstract  Download: 3269-26433-1-PB.pdf (1.32 MB)
Wang, Z., Chen L., & Anderson T. (2014).  A framework for interaction and cognitive engagement in connectivist learning contexts. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 15(2), 121-141. Abstract  Download: 1709-14265-1-PB.pdf (423.14 KB)