# of items: 1716
           # of reports: 262

OER Resources

2017
Goksel Canbek, N. (2017).  Book review: Open education: From OERs to MOOCs . Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education. 18(2), 208-211. Abstract  Download: 1596-published.pdf (255.37 KB)
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)
Alario-Hoyos, C., Estévez-Ayres I., Pérez-Sanagustín M., Kloos C. D., & Fernández-Panadero C. (2017).  Understanding learners’ motivation and learning strategies in MOOCs. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(2), 119-137. Abstract  Download: 2996-23779-1-PB.pdf (726.62 KB)
Milligan, C., & Littlejohn A. (2017).  Why study on a MOOC? The motives of students and professionals. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(2), 92-102. Abstract  Download: 3033-23470-1-PB.pdf (477.89 KB)
Castilho, S., Gaspari F., Moorkens J., & Way A. (2017).  Integrating machine translation into MOOCs. (Gómez Chova, Luis, López Martínez, Agustín, Candel Torres, Ignacio, Ed.).International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies. 1, 9360 - 9365. Abstract  Download: Castilho et al 2017.pdf (246.95 KB)
[Anonymous] (2017).  Open education: From OERs to MOOCs. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. 1-359. Abstract
Gurses, G., & Kalkan B. (2017).  Reading open education in the age of mankind: Reproduction of meaning in the Derridean sense. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education. 18(1), 77 - 95. Abstract  Download: 1486-published.pdf (352.48 KB)
Nair, M. (2017).  Reviewing copyright? Check the history. Policy Options: The Public Forum for the Public Good. 2017, Abstract