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T3S1: Digital Literacies with Dr. Doug Belshaw
POERUP elevator pitch: 26 countries in 26 minutes
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Pedagogy of MOOCs
2014 Future of Open Source Survey Results
OER MOOC: Use of Open Educational Resources in Classroom
Solving the Textbook Cost Crisis Through OER
Research Insights into Interactivity
Design Issues Involved in Using Learning Objects
Feasibility of Course Development Based on Learning Objects
EduSource: Canada’s Learning Object Repository Network
The Rise of Learning Objects
Understanding Why Students Select Online Courses: Criteria they Use in Making that Selection
Roles of the Students and Teachers in Distance Education
No Two Swimmers Float Alike
Reusable Learning Objects Aggregation for e-Learning Courseware Development at the University of Mauritius
RecoSearch: A Model for Collaboratively Filtering Java Learning Objects
It’s All About Learning
A Pedagogical Design Strategy for Effective Technology-Based Learning: iLEARN Model
Distinctive Features of Computer-Mediated Bulletin Board Discussions
The Design Elements of Web-Based Learning Environments
Online Professional Development in Support of CRLFOnline Teaching: Some Issues for Practice
Learning Objects: A Practical Definition
Patterns of User Behavior in University Online Forums
Computer Simulations in Distance Education
OPEN Public Commonwealth Support System of Distance Education (PCSSODE)
Encouraging Creativity in Student Online Work
Encouraging Creativity in Online Courses
Assessing Student Needs in Web-Based Distance Education
Reconceptualisation of the Teaching and Learning Process through Computer-Mediated Frameworks
Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age
Can Interest in Distance Training be Sustaine in Corporate Organizations?
The Right Horse and Harness to Pull the Carriage
New Teacher and Student Roles in the Technology-Supported, Language Classroom
Reading Between the Lines: Understanding the Role of Latent Content in the Analysis of Online Asynchronous Discussions
Critical Thinking in Asynchronous Discussions
Insights into Promoting Critical Thinking in Online Classes
The Role of Critical ThinkingCRLFin the Online Learning Environment
Exploring the Potential for Unintended Consequences in Online Learning
Open and Distance Education
through Wireless Mobile Internet: A Learning Model

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Brain-Based Learning: Possible Implications for Online Instruction

Digital Literacy: How it Affects Teaching Practices and Networked Learning Futures
Creating Concept Maps: Integrating Constructivism Principles into Online Classes
Time Management Strategies for Online Teaching
Comparing Weblogs to Threaded Discussion Tools in Online Educational Contexts

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