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International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Volume 13, Number 2, April 2012

Table of contents (14 articles)

Editorial

Research Articles

  1. Asian Learners’ Perception of Quality in Distance Education and Gender Differences
  2. Are Online Learners Frustrated with Collaborative Learning Experiences?
  3. Examining the Reuse of Open Textbooks
  4. Conceptual Framework for Parametrically Measuring the Desirability of Open Educational Resources using D-Index
  5. Contradictions in a Distance Course for a Marginalized Population at a Middle Eastern University
  6. The Relationship between Flexible and Self-Regulated Learning in Open and Distance Universities
  7. “Everybody is their own Island”: Teacher Disconnection in a Virtual School
  8. Building an Inclusive Definition of E-Learning: An Approach to the Conceptual Framework
  9. Determining the Feasibility of an E-Portfolio Application in a Distance Education Teaching Practice Course

Field Notes

  1. Developing and Deploying OERs in sub-Saharan Africa: Building on the Present
  2. Assessment of Challenges in Developing Self-Instructional Course Materials at the National Open University of Nigeria

Notes From Leadership in Open and Distance Learning

  1. Editorial: Who Needs Leadership? Social Problems, Change, and Education Futures
  2. Educational Leadership for E-Learning in the Healthcare Workplace

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