International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Volume 20, numéro 3, 2019

Sommaire (17 articles)

Editorial

Research Articles

  1. Teaching and Learning Without a Textbook: Undergraduate Student Perceptions of Open Educational Resources
  2. Understanding the Early Adjustment Experiences of Undergraduate Distance Education Students in South Africa
  3. Goal Setting and MOOC Completion: A Study on the Role of Self-Regulated Learning in Student Performance in Massive Open Online Courses
  4. Case Study as a Research Method for Analyzing MOOCs: Presence and Characteristics of Those Case Studies in the Main Scientific Databases
  5. MOOCs Readiness: The Scenario in Malaysia
  6. Teachers as Connected Professionals: A Model to Support Professional Learning Through Personal Learning Networks
  7. A Scoping Review of Videoconferencing Systems in Higher Education: Learning Paradigms, Opportunities, and Challenges
  8. Approach to M-learning Acceptance Among University Students: An Integrated Model of TPB and TAM
  9. Enjoyment and Not Competence Predicts Academic Persistence for Distance Education Students
  10. The Nationwide Landscape of K–12 School Websites in the United States: Systems, Services, Intended Audiences, and Adoption Patterns
  11. Patterns of Students’ Utilization of Flexibility in Online Academic Courses and Their Relation to Course Achievement

Literature Reviews

  1. Research on MOOCs in Major Referred Journals: The Role and Place of Content

Book Notes

Notes from the Field

  1. Examining Online Health Sciences Graduate Programs in Canada
  2. Online Course Design: A Review of the Canvas Course Evaluation Checklist

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