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Hills, T. T. (2015).  Crowdsourcing content creation in the classroom. Journal of Computing in Higher Education. 27(1), 47 - 67. Abstract
Marshall, S. J. (2013).  Evaluating the strategic and leadership challenges of MOOCs. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching. 9(2), 1-12. Abstract  Download: marshall_0613.pdf (1.13 MB)
Yang, D., Wen M., Kumar A., Xing E., & Rose C. (2014).  Towards an integration of text and graph clustering methods as a lens for studying social interaction in MOOCs. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 15(5), 214-234. Abstract  Download: 1853-15548-1-PB.pdf (353.62 KB)
Mota, R., & Scott D. (2014).  Education and innovation. Education for Innovation and Independent Learning. 55 - 71. Abstract
Gasevic, D., Kovanovic V., Joksimovic S., & Siemens G. (2014).  Where is research on massive open online courses headed? A data analysis of the MOOC Research Initiative. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 15(5), 134-176. Abstract  Download: 1954-15545-1-PB.pdf (966.85 KB)
Castillo, N. M., Lee J., Zahra F. T., & Wagner D. A. (2015).  MOOCs for development: Trends, challenges, and opportunities. Information Technologies & International Development. 11(2), 35-42. Abstract  Download: 1396-3884-1-PB.pdf (65.43 KB)
Milligan, C., & Littlejohn A. (2014).  Supporting professional learning in a massive open online course. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 15(5), 197-213. Abstract  Download: 1855-15547-1-PB.pdf (222.59 KB)
Jansen, D., Schuwer R., Teixeira A., & Aydin C. H. (2015).  Comparing MOOC adoption strategies in Europe: Results from the HOME project survey. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. 16(6),  Abstract  Download: 2154-19095-1-PB.pdf (848.32 KB)
Atenas, J. (2015).  Model for democratisation of the contents hosted in MOOCs. RUSC. Universities and Knowledge Society Journal. 12(1), 3-14. Abstract  Download: English version 2031-8774-2-PB.pdf (433.9 KB); Spanish version 2031-8775-2-PB .pdf (435.33 KB)
Ross, J., Sinclair C., Knox J., Bayne S., & Macleod H. (2014).  Teacher experiences and academic identity: The missing components of MOOC pedagogy. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching. 10(1), 57-69. Abstract  Download: ross_0314.pdf (199.77 KB)
Scholz, C. W. (2013).  MOOCs and the liberal arts college. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching. 9(2), 1-12. Abstract  Download: scholz_0613.pdf (1.08 MB)
van der Baaren, J., Schuwer R., Kirschner P. A., & Hendriks M. (2008).  Finding your way into an open online learning community. Journal of Interactive Media in Education. JIME Special Issue: Researching open content in education , 1-10. Abstract  Download: 133-1259-1-PB.pdf (625.51 KB)
Ecclestone, M. (2013).  MOOCs as a professional development tool for librarians. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research. 8(2), 1-6. Abstract  Download: 2797-15694-1-PB (1).pdf (213.65 KB)