International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Volume 16, numéro 3, juin 2015

Sommaire (16 articles)

Editorial

Research Articles

  1. Who Studies MOOCs? Interdisciplinarity in MOOC Research and its Changes over Time
  2. Are the Most Highly Cited Articles the Ones that are the Most Downloaded? A Bibliometric Study of IRRODL
  3. Developing, Using, and Interacting in the Flipped Learning Movement: Gaps among Subject Areas
  4. Exploring Students’ Intention to Use LINE for Academic Purposes Based on Technology Acceptance Model
  5. Learners’ Goal Profiles and their Learning Patterns over an Academic Year
  6. The Use of a Mobile Learning Management System at an Online University and Its Effect on Learning Satisfaction and Achievement
  7. Exploring Intensive Longitudinal Measures of Student Engagement in Blended Learning
  8. Let’s Talk about Digital Learners in the Digital Era
  9. Roles of Course Facilitators, Learners, and Technology in the Flow of Information of a CMOOC
  10. A Paradigm Shift: Adoption of Disruptive Learning Innovations in an ODL Environment: The Case of The University of South Africa
  11. University of Toronto Instructors’ Experiences with Developing MOOCs
  12. Conceptualizing and Investigating Instructor Presence in Online Learning Environments
  13. Expanding the Interaction Equivalency Theorem
  14. In Abundance: Networked Participatory Practices as Scholarship

Research Notes

  1. Massive Open Online Course Completion Rates Revisited: Assessment, Length and Attrition

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