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Exploring the Factors Associated with MOOC Engagement, Retention and the Wider Benefits for Learners

Dominic Petronzi, Munib Hadi

Date of publication: 09.12.2016

Tags: MOOC

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An Evaluation of the African Leadership in ICT Programme from a Quality Assurance Perspective

Mohammad Santally

Date of publication: 09.12.2016

Tags: quality assurance, ALICT-LATIC

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Learning and Digital Environment of Dance – The Case of Greek Traditional Dance in YouTube

Dimitra Gratsiouni, Maria Koutsouba, Foteini Venetsanou, Vasiliki Tyrovola

Date of publication: 17.11.2016

Tags: distance learning and teaching, information and communication technologies, YouTube, dance, Greek traditional dance

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Tutor Emotional Competences Valued by Learners in a Blended Learning Context

Andrew Youde

Date of publication: 07.11.2016

Tags: emotional competences, blended learning, online learning, tutor competences, tutor skills

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ICT Capacity Building: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Rwandan Policies from Higher Education Perspective

Jean Claude Byungura, Henrik Hansson, Kamuzinzi Masengesho, Thashmee Karunaratne

Date of publication: 11.07.2016

Tags: ICT Capacity building, ICT policies, Higher education system, Technology integration, Critical Discourse Analysis

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Open and Distance Learning: Cultural Practices in Nepal

Shesha Kanta Pangeni

Date of publication: 11.07.2016

Tags: open and distance learning, online learning, web 2.0 technology, e-learning, Nepali education culture, flexible learning

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Self-Assessment Quiz Taking Behaviour Analysis in an Online Course

Yasin Ozarslan, Ozlem Ozan

Date of publication: 11.07.2016

Tags: Self-Assessment, Self-Assessment quiz, test event analysis, online course, final exam scores, course grade

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Learner Attrition in an Advanced Vocational Online Training: The Role of Computer Attitude, Computer Anxiety, and Online Learning Experience

Klaus D. Stiller, Annamaria Köster

Date of publication: 11.07.2016

Tags: dropout, computer attitude, computer anxiety, online learning experience, cognitive load theory

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  • Giselle Ferreira, University Estacio de Sa, Brazil
  • Rachel Forsyth, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
  • Michael Sean Gallagher, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea
  • David Kergel, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany
  • Kay Mac Keogh, Dublin City University, Ireland
  • Bill McNeill, College of Estate Management, United Kingdom
  • Roger Mills, University of London, United Kingdom
  • Lina Morgado, Universidade Aberta, Portugal
  • Jennifer O'Rourke, Independent ODEL consultant, Canada
  • Ebba Ossiannilsson, Swedish Association for Distance Education, Sweden
  • Gigliola Paviotti, Melius Srl, Italy
  • Hilary Perraton, St. Edmund's College, United Kingdom
  • Sabine Seufert, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
  • Peter Taylor, The Open University, United Kingdom

 

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