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[Anonymous] (2014).  National OER framework. Paul Stacey: Musings on the edtech frontier. 2014, Abstract
quadruple helix
Helms, N. H., & Heilesen S. B. (2011).  Framing creativity. User-driven innovation in changing contexts. European Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning. 1-9. Abstract  Download: Helms_Heilesen.pdf (183.38 KB)
qualidade da educação
qualifications frameworks
Ewan, C. (2015).  Assurance of higher education standards in disaggregated models of student participation and course delivery. Transforming higher education in the 21st century; Innovating pathways to learning and continuous professional education. 140 - 155. Abstract
qualitative case study
qualitative literature review
Ghislandi, P. (2016).  “The fun they had” or about the quality of MOOC. Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society. 12(3), 99-114. Abstract  Download: 1178-2641-1-PB.pdf (419.88 KB)
qualitative methodology
Cabrera, N., & Ferrer M. F. (2017).  Examining MOOCs: A comparative study among educational technology experts in traditional and open universities. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(2), 47-67. Abstract  Download: 2789-23466-1-PB.pdf (817.56 KB)
Abeer, W., & Miri B. (2014).  Students’ preferences and views about learning in a MOOC. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 152(October 2014), 318 - 323. Abstract  Download: 1-s2.0-S1877042814052707-main.pdf (270.86 KB)
qualitative research
quality
Browne, T., Holding R., Howell A., & Rodway-Dyer S. (2010).  The challenges of OER to academic practice. Journal of Interactive Media in Education. 1-15. Abstract  Download: 169-1686-2-PB.pdf (313.68 KB)
Mishra, S., & Singh A. (2017).  Higher education faculty attitude, motivation and perception of quality and barriers towards OER in India. Adoption and impact of OER in the Global South. 425-458. Abstract

{Citation: Mishra, S. & Singh, A. (2017). Higher education faculty attitude, motivation and perception of quality and barriers towards OER in India. In C. Hodgkinson-Williams & P. B. Arinto (Eds.), Adoption and impact of OER in the Global South (pp. 425–458). Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.602784 Corresponding author: }

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E.Ossiannilsson, & Creelman A. (2011).  Quality indicators within the use of open educational resources in higher education . Education in a Technological World: Communicating Current and Emerging Research and Technological Efforts. 372-382. Abstract  Download: 372-382.pdf (1.85 MB)
Hood, N., & Littlejohn A. (2016).  MOOC Quality: The need for new measures. Journal of Learning for Development - JL4D. 3(3), 28-42. Abstract  Download: 165-800-2-PB.pdf (748.83 KB)
Sinclair, J., Joy M., Yin-Kim Yau J., & Hagan S. (2013).  A practice-oriented review of learning objects. IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies. 6(2), 177 - 192. Abstract  Download: 06461873.pdf (813.73 KB)
Yousef, A. M. F., Chatti M. A., Schroeder U., & Wosnitza M. (2014).  What drives a successful MOOC? An empirical examination of criteria to assure design quality of MOOCs. 2014 IEEE 14th International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT)2014 IEEE 14th International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies. 44 - 48. Abstract
Bates, T. (2015).  What do we mean by quality when teaching in a digital age?. Online learning and distance education resources: Moderated by Tony Bates, Research Associate, Contact North. 2015,
Ikahihifo, T. K., Spring K. J., Rosecrans J., & Watson J. (2017).  Assessing the savings from open educational resources on student academic goals. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(7), 126-140. Abstract  Download: 2754-25623-1-PB.pdf (394.58 KB)