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Oxford Open
ownership
outsourcing
Burnett, D. D., & Collins N. D. (2010).  Higher education for our time. Journal of Computing in Higher Education. 22(3), 192 - 198. Abstract
outreach
Avila, S., & Wray C. C. (2018).  To infinity and beyond: Reducing textbook costs through librarian/faculty collaborations. Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning. 12(1-2), 1-11. Abstract
outcomes assessment
out-of-school youth
OUSL
Liyanagama, J., & Vidanapathirana U. (2012).  The Open University of Sri Lanka’s institutional policies and strategies towards the use of open educational resources. Proceedings of the Regional Symposium on Open Educational Resources: An Asian perspective on policy and practices. 1-8. Abstract  Download: OERAsia_Symposium_Penang_2012_Proceedings-19.pdf (821.42 KB)
OULDI
otwarte zasoby edukacyjne
OTC
OSS
orphan works
orphan work
DeBeer, J. F., & Bouchard M. (2010).  Canada's 'Orphan Works' regime: Unlocatable owners and the Copyright Board. Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal. 10(2 (Winter)), 215-255. Abstract
orphan
DeBeer, J. F., & Bouchard M. (2010).  Canada's 'Orphan Works' regime: Unlocatable owners and the Copyright Board. Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal. 10(2 (Winter)), 215-255. Abstract
ORIOLE
origins of MOOCs
Haber, J. (2014).  MOOCs. The MIT Press. 1-248. Abstract
originality check
Alcarria, R., Bordel B., de Andrés D. M., & Robles T. (2018).  Enhanced peer assessment in MOOC evaluation through assignment and review analysis. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET). 13(1), 206–219. Abstract  Download: 7461-25655-1-PB.pdf (1.61 MB)
orientation
Martschink, B. (2014).  Mathematics courses: Fostering individuality through EMOOCs. eLearning Papers. 37(March 2014), 71-78. Abstract  Download: From-field_37_5.pdf (335.56 KB)
organizational impacts
organization for economic co-operation and development
Oregon State university
orchestration
oral history
Gallagher, S., & Wallace C. (2016).  A far cry from school history: Massive online open courses as a generative source for historical research. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 17(5), 49-66. Abstract  Download: 2673-21753-1-PB.pdf (893.17 KB)