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OER Resources

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2018
Sablina, S., Kapliy N., Trusevich A., & Kostikova S. (2018).  How MOOC-takers estimate learning success: Retrospective reflection of perceived benefits. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 19(5), 22-36. Abstract  Download: 3768-28870-1-PB.pdf (646.32 KB)
King, M., Pegrum M., & Forsey M. (2018).  MOOCs and OER in the global south: Problems and potential. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 19(5), 2-20. Abstract  Download: 3742-28868-1-PB.pdf (572.14 KB)
de Langen, F. (2018).  Sustainability of open education through collaboration. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 19(5), 95-111. Abstract  Download: 3548-28878-1-PB.pdf (494.7 KB)
Poquet, O., Kovanović V., de Vries P., Hennis T., Joksimović S., Gašević D., et al. (2018).  Social presence in Massive Open Online Courses. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 19(3), 43-68. Abstract  Download: 3370-27651-1-PB.pdf (725.19 KB)
Lowenthal, P., Snelson C., & Perkins R. (2018).  Teaching Massive, Open, Online, Courses (MOOCs): Tales from the front line. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 19(3), 1-19. Abstract  Download: 3505-27647-1-PB.pdf (464.46 KB)
Bax, S. (2018).  MOOCs as a new technology: approaches to normalising the MOOC experience for our learners; paper posthumously transcribed by Marina Orsini-Jones. Flipping the blend through MOOCs, MALL and OIL – new directions in CALL. 26(1), 9 - 16. Abstract  Download: 785.pdf (498.69 KB)
Dalipi, F., Ferati M., & Kurti A. (2018).  Integrating MOOCs in regular higher education: Challenges and opportunities from a Scandinavian perspective. (Zaphiris, Panayiotis, Ioannou, Andri, Ed.).Learning and Collaboration Technologies. Design, Development and Technological Innovation. 10924, 193–204. Abstract
Littlejohn, A., & Hood N. (2018).  The many guises of MOOCs. Reconceptualising Learning in the Digital Age: The [Un]democratising Potential of MOOCs. 1 - 19. Abstract
Lin, J., & Cantoni L. (2018).  Decision, implementation, and confirmation: Experiences of instructors behind tourism and hospitality MOOCs. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 19(1), 275-293. Abstract  Download: 3402-26458-1-PB.pdf (527.97 KB)
Bayeck, R., & Choi J. (2018).  The influence of national culture on educational videos: The case of MOOCs. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 19(1), 186-201. Abstract  Download: 2729-26448-1-PB.pdf (774.33 KB)
Zawacki-Richter, O., Bozkurt A., Alturki U., & Aldraiweesh A. (2018).  What research says about MOOCs – An explorative content analysis. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 19(1), 242-259. Abstract  Download: 3356-26454-1-PB.pdf (787.07 KB)
Zhang, W., & Zhang E. (2018).  On China’s English teaching reform: From micro-lesson and MOOCs to flipped class. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET). 13(1), 220–229. Abstract  Download: 7465-25656-1-PB.pdf (688.66 KB)
2017
[Anonymous] (2017).  Adoption and impact of OER in the Global South. African Minds, International Development Research Centre & Research on Open Educational Resources. 1-610. Abstract  Download: 171204-AM-ROER4D-combined-Web.pdf (4.28 MB)
Truyen, F. (2017).  MOOCs, Open Access repositories: New ways to embed learning in professional networks . Higher Education for the Future; “Accelerating and Strengthening Innovation”. 226-235. Abstract
José Bidarra, & José Coelho (2017).  Once upon a tip… A story of MOOCs and gamification. Higher Education for the Future; “Accelerating and Strengthening Innovation”. 261-270. Abstract