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Shoop, J. (2012).  The Saylor.org model. EDUCAUSE Publications. 337-342. Abstract
Butler, D., Leahy M., Hallissy M., & Brown M. (2017).  Scaling a model of teacher professional learning – Harnessing MOOCS to recreate deep learning conversations. (Tatnall, Arthur, Webb, Mary, Ed.).WCCE 2017: Tomorrow's Learning: Involving Everyone. Learning with and about Technologies and Computing. 149–160. Abstract
Yergler, N. R. (2010).  Search and discovery: OERʼs open loop. Open ED 2010 Proceedings, UOC, OU, BYU. 1-10. Abstract  Download: Yergler[1].pdf (2.12 MB)
Abeywardena, I. S., Dhanarajan G., & Chan C. S. (2012).  Searching and locating OER: Barriers to the wider adoption of OER for teaching in Asia. Proceedings of the Regional Symposium on Open Educational Resources: An Asian perspective on policy and practices. 1-11. Abstract  Download: OERAsia_Symposium_Penang_2012_Proceedings-17.pdf (1.12 MB)
Navarro, S. B., Graf S., Fabregat R., & Méndez N. D. (2012).  Searching for and positioning of contextualized learning objects. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 13(5), 76-101. Abstract  Download: 1255-11141-4-PB.pdf (1003.2 KB)
Wu, S., Fitzgerald A., & Witten I. H. (2014).  Second language learning in the context of MOOCs. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Computer Supported Education. 354 - 359. Abstract  Download: CSEDU_2014_147_CR.pdf (370.88 KB)
Kalz, M., Kreijns K., Walhout J., Castaño-Munoz J., Espasa A., & Tovar E. (2015).  Setting-up a European cross-provider data collection on open online courses. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 16(6), 62-77. Abstract  Download: 2150-19056-1-PB.pdf (697.6 KB)
Rosé, C. P., & Siemens G. (2014).  Shared task on prediction of dropout over time in massively open online courses. The 2014 Conference on Empirical Methods In Natural Language Processing Workshop on Modeling Large Scale Social Interaction In Massively Open Online Courses. 39-41. Abstract  Download: Siemens and Rose Proceedings 2014.pdf (174.32 KB)