International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Volume 19, Number 2, April 2018

Table of contents (17 articles)


Research Articles

  1. Free Digital Learning for Inclusion of Migrants and Refugees in Europe: A Qualitative Analysis of Three Types of Learning Purposes
  2. Reflection on MOOC Design in Palestine
  3. Creating and Collaborating: Students’ and Tutors’ Perceptions of an Online Group Project
  4. OER Awareness and Use: The Affinity Between Higher Education and K-12
  5. A Collaborative Approach to OER Policy and Guidelines Development in the Commonwealth: The Case of Botswana, Cameroon, and Sri Lanka
  6. Connecting OER With Mandatory Textbooks in an EFL Classroom: A Language Theory–Based Material Adoption
  7. Instructional Delivery and Students’ Experiences with Distance and Online Learning of Undergraduate Mathematics in Nigeria
  8. Quality Assurance for Online Higher Education Programmes: Design and Validation of an Integrative Assessment Model Applicable to Spanish Universities
  9. A Review to Weigh the Pros and Cons of Online, Remote, and Distance Science Laboratory Experiences
  10. Mental Health in Higher Education: A Comparative Stress Risk Assessment at an Open Distance Learning University in South Africa
  11. Goal Orientation and Academic Performance in Adult Distance Education
  12. Applying Learning Analytics to Explore the Effects of Motivation on Online Students' Reading Behavioral Patterns
  13. Blended Training on Scientific Software: A Study on How Scientific Data are Generated
  14. Empirical Analysis on Factors Impacting on Intention to Use M-learning in Basic Education in Egypt

Field Notes

  1. Online Hunting, Gathering and Sharing – A Return to Experiential Learning in a Digital Age

Research Notes

  1. Online Course Enrollment in Community College and Degree Completion: The Tipping Point


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