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Zheng, Q., Chen L., & Burgos D. (2017).  Learning support of MOOCs in China. The Development of MOOCs in China. 229–244. Abstract
Zhang, J., Perris K., Zheng Q., & Chen L. (2015).  Public response to “the MOOC Movement” in China: Examining the time series of microblogging. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 16(5), 144-160. Abstract  Download: 2244-18339-4-PB.pdf (320.48 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)
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Wynsculley, C., & Deacon A. (2009).  Educators and the Cape Town Open Learning Declaration: Rhetorically reducing distance. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology . 5(5), 117-129. Abstract  Download: EDICT-2009-878.pdf (212.66 KB)
Wright, C. R., & Reju S. A. (2012).  Developing and deploying OERs in sub-Saharan Africa: Building on the present. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning. 13(2), 181-220. Abstract  Download: 1185-9610-1-PB.pdf (533.49 KB)
Wiley, D. A., & Hilton J. (2009).  Openness, dynamic specialization, and the disaggregated future of higher education. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 10(5), 1-16. Abstract  Download: 768-6166-5-PB.pdf (182.24 KB)
Wiley, D. (2013).  What is open pedagogy? . iterating toward openness. 2016,
Wild, J., Highton M., & Fresen J. (2011).  Making academic OER easy: Reflections on technology and openness at Oxford University. Journal of Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning. 15(2), 28-40. Abstract  Download: 49-241-1-PB.pdf (398.12 KB)