International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Volume 15, numéro 1, février 2014

Sommaire (16 articles)


Research Articles

  1. Post-Secondary Distance Education in a Contemporary Colonial Context: Experiences of Students in a Rural First Nation in Canada
  2. Roles and Student Identities in Online Large Course Forums: Implications for Practice
  3. A Cultural-Historical Activity Theory Investigation of Contradictions in Open and Distance Higher Education among Alienated Adult Learners in Korea National Open University
  4. Benchmarking the Habits and Behaviours of Successful Students: A Case Study of Academic-Business Collaboration
  5. Multi-Country Experience in Delivering a Joint Course on Software Engineering – Numerical Results
  6. An Exploratory Study of Effective Online Learning: Assessing Satisfaction Levels of Graduate Students of Mathematics Education Associated with Human and Design Factors of an Online Course
  7. Initial Trends in Enrolment and Completion of Massive Open Online Courses
  8. A Case Study of Integrating Interwise: Interaction, Internet Self-Efficacy, and Satisfaction in Synchronous Online Learning Environments
  9. Student Satisfaction with a Web-Based Dissertation Course: Findings from an International Distance Learning Master’s Programme in Public Health
  10. Design and Implementation of a Simulation-Based Learning System for International Trade
  11. How Well do Canadian Distance Education Students Understand Plagiarism?
  12. Challenges and Instructors’ Intention to Adopt and Use Open Educational Resources in Higher Education in Tanzania
  13. Introducing a Learning Management System at a Russian University: Students’ and Teachers’ Perceptions
  14. Rethinking Dropout in Online Higher Education: The Case of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
  15. The Reciprocal and Correlative Relationship Between Learning Culture and Online Education: A Case from Saudi Arabia


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