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Jansen, D., Schuwer R., Teixeira A., & Aydin C. H. (2015).  Comparing MOOC adoption strategies in Europe: Results from the HOME project survey. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 16(6),  Abstract  Download: 2154-19095-1-PB.pdf (848.32 KB)
Campbell, J., Gibbs A., Najafi H., & Severinski C. (2014).  A comparison of learner intent and behaviour in live and archived MOOCs. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 15(5), 235-262. Abstract  Download: 1854-15549-1-PB.pdf (765.39 KB)
Schuwer, R., Lane A., Counotte-Potman A., & Wilson M. (2011).  A comparison of production processes for OER. Time, Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey. 22, 351 – 359. Abstract  Download: 307800D6.pdf (315.47 KB)
Nascimbeni, F., Queiroz V., Spina E., & Tori R. (2014).  The complexity of open education: The case of Brazil. 6th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies. Abstract
Pullin, A., Hassin K., & Mora M. (2007).  Conference Report: Open Education 2007. Open Source Business Resource online. 1-5. Abstract  Download: conference_report.pdf (100.04 KB)
Zhang, X. (2018).  Connecting OER with mandatory textbooks in an EFL classroom: A language theory–based material adoption. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 19(2), 89-110. Abstract  Download: 3479-27046-1-PB.pdf (560.33 KB)
[Anonymous] (2017).  Connections (vol. 22, no. 2). Commonwealth of Learning (COL). 22, 1-16. Abstract  Download: 201707_Connections_vol22no2.pdf (1.2 MB)
Tschofen, C., & Mackness J. (2012).  Connectivism and dimensions of individual experience. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 13(1), 124-143. Abstract  Download: 1143-9236-2-PB.pdf (446.26 KB)
Siemsen, S., & Jansen R. (2014).  Connectivism and Interactionism reloaded knowledge networks in the cloud. Learning Technology for Education in Cloud. MOOC and Big Data. 446, 1–12. Abstract