International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Volume 19, numéro 5, 2018

Sommaire (17 articles)

Editorial

Research Articles

  1. MOOCs and OER in the Global South: Problems and Potential
  2. How MOOC-Takers Estimate Learning Success: Retrospective Reflection of Perceived Benefits
  3. Analysing Structured Learning Behaviour in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs): An Approach Based on Process Mining and Clustering
  4. User Consent in MOOCs – Micro, Meso, and Macro Perspectives
  5. Interactions in MOOCs: The Hidden Part of the Iceberg
  6. Sustainability of Open Education Through Collaboration
  7. Looking Beyond Institutional Boundaries: Examining Adults’ Experience of Choosing Online as Part of Their Post-Secondary Studies
  8. Purpose, Pedagogy and Philosophy: “Being” an Online Lecturer
  9. Characterization of the Reasons Why Brazilian Science Teachers Drop Out of Online Professional Development Courses
  10. Interaction of Proctoring and Student Major on Online Test Performance
  11. Making Sense of Learning Analytics Dashboards: A Technology Acceptance Perspective of 95 Teachers
  12. Hacking History: Redressing Gender Inequities on Wikipedia Through an Editathon
  13. The Inherent Tensions of “Instant Education”: A Critical Review of Mobile Instant Messaging
  14. Co-Construction Concept Through Cloud-Based Social Network Platform Design, Implementation, and Evaluation
  15. Mitigating Suburban English Writing Teachers’ Constrained Professional Development Through Distance Education: One Case Study

Technical Notes

  1. An e-Learning Model for Teaching Mathematics on an Open Source Learning Platform

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