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International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Volume 21, Number 2, April 2020

Table of contents (9 articles)

Editorial

  1. Editorial – Volume 21, Issue 2

Research Articles

  1. Sprinting to the Finish Line: The Benefits and Challenges of Book Sprints in OER Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborations
  2. An Exploration Into the Importance of a Sense of Belonging for Online Learners
  3. An Empirical Study on Service Recovery Satisfaction in an Open and Distance Learning Higher Education Institution in Malaysia
  4. Open Textbooks: Quality and Relevance for Postsecondary Study in The Bahamas
  5. Evaluating Pre-Service Teaching Practice for Online and Distance Education Students in Pakistan: Evaluation of Teaching Practice
  6. Emotions Among Students Engaging in Connectivist Learning Experiences
  7. Postgraduate Distance Education in University of Cape Coast, Ghana: Students’ Perspectives
  8. Why do University Teachers use E-Learning Systems?

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