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Pitt, R. (2015).  Mainstreaming open textbooks: Educator perspectives on the impact of OpenStax College open textbooks. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 16(4), 133-155. Abstract  Download: 2381-18715-3-PB.pdf (188.68 KB)
Vignare, K., & Brosch S. B. (2014).  Making a difference: Choose OER to lower costs and optimize learning. OpenCourseWare Consortium Global 2014: Open Education for a Multicultural World. 1-6. Abstract  Download: Paper_71.pdf (196.84 KB)
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)
Daniel, J. (2012).  Making sense of MOOCs: Musings in a maze of myth, paradox and possibility. Journal of Interactive Media in Education. 3, 1-20. Abstract  Download: 259-2147-1-PB.pdf (230.76 KB)
Sharrock, G. (2015).  Making sense of the MOOCs debate. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management. 37(52), 597 - 609. Abstract
Amiel, T. (2011).  Making useful: Thinking culture and remix in the public school. 1st international symposium on Open Educational Resources: Issues for localization and globalization . Abstract  Download: amiel1.pdf (651.9 KB)
Bulfin, S., Pangrazio L., & Selwyn N. (2014).  Making ‘MOOCs’: The construction of a new digital higher education within news media discourse. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 15(5), 290-305. Abstract  Download: 1856-15551-1-PB.pdf (278.05 KB)
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
Schuwer, R., & Kusters R. (2014).  Mass customization of education by an institution of HE: What can we learn from industry?. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 15(2), 2-25. Abstract  Download: 1704-14259-1-PB.pdf (356.26 KB)
Littlejohn, A., & Hood N. (2018).  Massive numbers, diverse learning. Reconceptualising Learning in the Digital Age: The [Un]democratising Potential of MOOCs. 57–77. Abstract
Dolan, V. (2014).  Massive online obsessive compulsion: What are they saying out there about the latest phenomenon in higher education?. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 15(2), 268-281. Abstract  Download: 1553-14272-1-PB.pdf (214.46 KB)