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OER Resources

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Barrett, G., & Gray J. (2012).  Moodle 2 for OER: The good, the bad and the ugly. Cambridge 2012, April 16-18: Innovation and Impact - Openly Collaborating to Enhance Education. 1-3. Abstract  Download: Moodle 2 for OER the good the bad and the ugly - Guy Barrett.pdf (76.19 KB)
Başal, A., & Gürol M. (2014).  Effects of learning objects on the academic achievement of students in web-based foreign language learning. Hacettepe Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi [Hacettepe University Journal of Education]. 29(1), 61-73. Abstract  Download: 201429-1AHMET BAŞAL.pdf (417.61 KB)
Bateman, P., Lane A., & Moon B. (2012).  Out of Africa: A typology for analysing open educational resources initiatives. Journal of Interactive Media in Education. 2012(2), 11. Abstract  Download: 233-2097-1-PB.pdf (749.46 KB)
Bates, T. (2011).  A defence of the OER movement: Any which way you can. (McGreal, Rory, Ed.).online learning and distance education resources. 2018, 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,
Bates, T. (2011).  A reflection on the OER debate: Every which way but loose. online learning and distance education resources. 2018, Abstract
Bates, T. (2011).  OERs: the good, the bad and the ugly. online learning and distance education resources. 2018, Abstract
Bax, S. (2018).  MOOCs as a new technology: approaches to normalising the MOOC experience for our learners; paper posthumously transcribed by Marina Orsini-Jones. Flipping the blend through MOOCs, MALL and OIL – new directions in CALL. 26(1), 9 - 16. Abstract  Download: 785.pdf (498.69 KB)
Bayeck, R., & Choi J. (2018).  The influence of national culture on educational videos: The case of MOOCs. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 19(1), 186-201. Abstract  Download: 2729-26448-1-PB.pdf (774.33 KB)
Beall, J. (2013).  The open-access movement is not really about open access. tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society. 11(2), 499-597. Abstract  Download: 525-1930-1-PB.pdf (257.09 KB)
Beaven, T. (2013).  Use and reuse of OER: Professional conversations with language teachers. Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society. 9(1), 59-71. Abstract  Download: 802-1697-1-PB.pdf (580.89 KB)