En raison des circonstances exceptionnelles dues à la COVID-19, Érudit souhaite assurer à ses utilisateurs et partenaires que l'ensemble de ses services demeurent opérationnels. Cependant, afin de respecter les directives gouvernementales, l’équipe d’Érudit est désormais en mode télétravail, et certaines opérations pourraient en être ralenties. Merci de votre compréhension. Plus de détails

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Volume 21, numéro 2, avril 2020

Sommaire (9 articles)

Editorial

  1. Editorial – Volume 21, Issue 2

Research Articles

  1. Sprinting to the Finish Line: The Benefits and Challenges of Book Sprints in OER Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborations
  2. An Exploration Into the Importance of a Sense of Belonging for Online Learners
  3. An Empirical Study on Service Recovery Satisfaction in an Open and Distance Learning Higher Education Institution in Malaysia
  4. Open Textbooks: Quality and Relevance for Postsecondary Study in The Bahamas
  5. Evaluating Pre-Service Teaching Practice for Online and Distance Education Students in Pakistan: Evaluation of Teaching Practice
  6. Emotions Among Students Engaging in Connectivist Learning Experiences
  7. Postgraduate Distance Education in University of Cape Coast, Ghana: Students’ Perspectives
  8. Why do University Teachers use E-Learning Systems?

Tous droits réservés © International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 2020

License

Anciens numéros de International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning