International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Volume 15, numéro 2, avril 2014

Sommaire (16 articles)

Editorial

Research Articles

  1. Mass Customization of Education by an Institution of HE: What Can We Learn from Industry?
  2. A Path Analysis of Educator Perceptions of Open Educational Resources Using the Technology Acceptance Model
  3. Investigating Perceived Barriers to the Use of Open Educational Resources in Higher Education in Tanzania
  4. Cost-Savings Achieved in Two Semesters Through the Adoption of Open Educational Resources
  5. Investigating MOOCs Through Blog Mining
  6. Monetizing French Distance Education: A Field Enquiry on Higher Education Value(s)
  7. A Framework for Interaction and Cognitive Engagement in Connectivist Learning Contexts
  8. Designing Online Interaction to Address Disciplinary Competencies: A Cross-Country Comparison of Faculty Perspectives
  9. An Elaborated Model of Student Support to Allow for Gender Considerations in Asian Distance Education
  10. Blending Online Asynchronous and Synchronous Learning
  11. Is Blended e-Learning as Measured by an Achievement Test and Self-Assessment Better than Traditional Classroom Learning for Vocational High School Students?
  12. Neither the Frying Pan nor the Fire: In Search of a Balanced Authentic e-Learning Design through an Educational Design Research Process
  13. Mobile Cloud Learning for Higher Education: A Case Study of Moodle in the Cloud

Research Notes

  1. Massive Online Obsessive Compulsion: What are They Saying Out There about the Latest Phenomenon in Higher Education?

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