# of items: 1839
           # of reports: 282

OER Resources

2017
Chiorescu, M. (2017).  Exploring open educational resources for college Algebra. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(4), 50-59. Abstract  Download: 3003-24033-1-PB.pdf (431.64 KB)
Jung, E., Bauer C., & Heaps A. (2017).  Higher education faculty perceptions of open textbook adoption. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(4), 123-141. Abstract  Download: 3120-24056-1-PB.pdf (637.64 KB)
Kwak, S. (2017).  How Korean language arts teachers adopt and adapt open educational resources: A study of teachers’ and students’ perspectives. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(4), 193-211. Abstract  Download: 2977-24061-1-PB.pdf (759.89 KB)
Grewe, K., & Davis W. (2017).  The impact of enrollment in an OER course on student learning outcomes. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(4), 231-238. Abstract  Download: 2986-24063-1-PB.pdf (359.73 KB)
Annand, D., & Jensen T. (2017).  Incentivizing the production and use of open educational resources in higher education institutions. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(4), 1-15. Abstract  Download: 3009-24030-1-PB.pdf (602.54 KB)
Orsini-Jones, M., Gafaro B. C., & Altamimi S. (2017).  Integrating a MOOC into the postgraduate ELT curriculum: Reflecting on students' beliefs with a MOOC blend. Beyond the language classroom: Researching MOOCs and other innovations. 71-83. Abstract  Download: 672.pdf (406.54 KB)
Jhangiani, R., & Jhangiani S. (2017).  Investigating the perceptions, use, and impact of open textbooks: A survey of post-secondary students in British Columbia. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(4), 172-192. Abstract  Download: 3012-24060-1-PB.pdf (700.01 KB)
Kelly, D., & Rutherford T. (2017).  Khan Academy as supplemental instruction: A controlled study of a computer-based mathematics intervention. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(4), 70-77. Abstract  Download: 2984-24036-1-PB.pdf (550.33 KB)
Almeida, N. (2017).  Open educational resources and rhetorical paradox in the neoliberal univers(ity). Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies. 1-19. Abstract  Download: 16-185-2-PB.pdf (752.86 KB)
Winitzky-Stephens, J., & Pickavance J. (2017).  Open educational resources and student course outcomes: A multilevel analysis. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(4), 35-49. Abstract  Download: 3118-24032-1-PB.pdf (566.24 KB)
King, T. W. (2017).  Postgraduate students as OER capacitators. Open Praxis. 9(2), 223–234. Abstract  Download: 566-2177-1-PB.pdf (5.43 MB)
Wiley, D., Webb A., Weston S., & Tonks D. L. (2017).  A preliminary exploration of the relationships between student-created OER, sustainability, and students success. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(4), 60-69. Abstract  Download: 3022-24035-1-PB.pdf (556.77 KB)
Fischer, L., Ernst D., & Mason S. (2017).  Rating the quality of open textbooks: How reviewer and text characteristics predict ratings. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(4), 142-154. Abstract  Download: 2985-24057-1-PB.pdf (609.79 KB)
Vojtech, G., & Grissett J. (2017).  Student perceptions of college faculty who use OER. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(4), 155-171. Abstract  Download: 3032-24059-1-PB.pdf (482.7 KB)
Goodier, S. (2017).  Tracking the money for open educational resources in South African basic education: What we don’t know. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 18(4), 16-34. Abstract  Download: 2990-24031-1-PB.pdf (869.37 KB)