International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Volume 15, numéro 4, septembre 2014

Sommaire (16 articles)

Editorial

Research Articles

  1. An Investigation into Social Learning Activities by Practitioners in Open Educational Practices
  2. Learners’ Views Regarding the Use of Social Networking Sites in Distance Learning
  3. Diving into Lake Devo: Modes of Representation and Means of Interaction and Reflection in Online Role-Play
  4. Using Wikis for Online Group Projects: Student and Tutor Perspectives
  5. Considering High School Students’ Experience in Asynchronous and Synchronous Distance Learning Environments: QoE Prediction Model
  6. To Enhance Collaborative Learning and Practice Network Knowledge with a Virtualization Laboratory and Online Synchronous Discussion
  7. Crowdteaching: Supporting Teaching as Designing in Collective Intelligence Communities
  8. Analyzing the Effect of Learning Styles and Study Habits of Distance Learners on Learning Performances: A Case of an Introductory Programming Course
  9. An Investigation into the Management of Online Teaching and Learning Spaces: A Case Study Involving Graduate Research Students
  10. Two Perspectives on E-Learning Design: A Synopsis of a U. S. and a European Analysis
  11. Towards Development of OER Derived Custom-Built Open Textbooks: A Baseline Survey of University Teachers at the University of the South Pacific
  12. Characteristics and Activities of Teachers on Distance Learning Programs that Affect Their Ratings
  13. Learning in an Introductory Physics MOOC: All Cohorts Learn Equally, Including an On-Campus Class
  14. Analytics to Literacies: The Development of a Learning Analytics Framework for Multiliteracies Assessment
  15. Educational Triage in Open Distance Learning: Walking a Moral Tightrope

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