Peer-reviewed arcticles



Learning Innovation: A Framework for Transformation

Gilly Salmon

Date of publication: 30.12.2014

Tags: higher education and change, incremental and radical innovation, learning innovation, successful implementation, quadrants


The Flipped-Classroom Approach: The Answer to Future Learning?

Gila Kurtz, Alexandr Tsimerman, Orna Steiner-Lavi

Date of publication: 29.12.2014

Tags: Flipped-classroom approach, Higher education, Improving classroom learning, Educational videos


A Responsive Paradigm for Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Integration into Business Organizations

Lina Kaminskiené, Elena Trepulé, Aušra Rutkiené, Gintaras Arbutavicius

Date of publication: 29.12.2014

Tags: Technology enhanced learning (TEL), e-learning, business organization


Online Full-Time Faculty's Perceptions of Ideal Evaluation Processes

Meredith DeCosta, Emily Bergquist, Rick Holbeck, Scott Greenberger, Courtney McGinnis, Kevin Reidhead

Date of publication: 29.12.2014

Tags: online learning, evaluation, online faculty, faculty evaluation, content analysis, full-time faculty


Introducing a Structured Format for Learner Self-Assessment: The Tutor's Perspective

Clare Jacobs, Yvette Winnard, Vicki Elliott

Date of publication: 15.12.2014

Tags: Self-assessment; Formative feedback; Dialogue; Student support; Distance learning; Interaction


Improving Learning in a Traditional, Large-Scale Science Module with a Simple and Efficient Learning Design

Mikkel Godsk

Date of publication: 26.11.2014

Tags: Blended learning, learning design, science education, learning pathways, video, Just-in-Time Teaching, efficiency


Accreditation of MOOCs

David Pundak, Nissim Sabag, Elena Trotskovsky

Date of publication: 05.11.2014

Tags: MOOC, accreditation, evaluation, online learning, higher education


The Case for 'Passive' Learning – The 'Silent' Community of Online Learners

Donna Smith, Katy Smith

Date of publication: 05.11.2014

Tags: forums, synchronous, asynchronous, passive, active, lurking


Self-esteem and Loneliness as Factors Affecting Distance Learning Students

Maria Vakoufari, Angelaki Christina, Ilias Mavroidis

Date of publication: 05.11.2014

Tags: Distance learning, self-esteem, loneliness, social presence, academic performance, course satisfaction academic drop out


Web 2.0 Use in Higher Education

Michelle Rogers-Estable

Date of publication: 05.11.2014

Tags: Faculty, Educational Technology, Web 2.0, Teacher Training


The Effects of Social Networking Sites in Distance Learning on Learners' Academic Achievements

Büsra Özmen, Bünyamin Atici

Date of publication: 12.09.2014

Tags: Distance learning, social networking sites, learning management systems, Blackboard


Sticking With Spanish: Reasons for Study and Motivation Maintenance in Adult Beginner Distance Language Learners

Concha Furnborough, James A. Coleman

Date of publication: 12.09.2014

Tags: motivation, reasons for study, motivational orientations, beginner language learners, adult learners


TPDK, a New Definition of the TPACK Model for a University Setting

Sylviane Bachy

Date of publication: 09.07.2014



Student-centred Outcomes of an e-Learning Course on Public Health in Hanoi and New York

Bach Xuan Tran et al.

Date of publication: 08.07.2014

Tags: distance learning; academic performance; capability; public health; Vietnam


EURODL thanks to the referees who have contributed to the evaluation process.

  • Michael Beaudoin, University of New England, USA
  • Seamus Fox, Dublin City University, Ireland
  • Anne Gaskell, St. Edmund’s College Cambridge, UK
  • Jack Koumi, Educational Media Production Training, UK
  • Kay Mac Keogh, Dublin City University, Ireland
  • Hilary MacQueen, The Open University, UK
  • Liz Marr, The Open University, UK
  • Alan Tait, The Open University, UK
  • Sylvia van de Bunt de Kokhuis, Haagse Hogeschool, The Netherlands
  • Wim Van Petegem, K.U. Leuven, Belgium



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