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The Grounds for Higher Education Teachers to Engage in MOOC Development Projects

Ulf Olsson

Date of publication: 19.11.2019

Tags: Higher education, Open educational practises, Teachers, MOOCs, Open education, motives


Development of a Scale for Measuring the Learner Autonomy of Distance Education Students

Evanthia Bei, Ilias Mavroidis, Yiannis Giossos

Date of publication: 19.11.2019

Tags: Distance education, autonomy scale, personal autonomy, educational autonomy


Recent Work in Connectivism

Stephen Downes

Date of publication: 26.09.2019

Tags: connectivism, MOOC, pedagogy, learning theory, autonomy, interactivity


Inter-Learner Communication and Collaborative Learning as Quality Criteria of Distance Vocational Education and Training

Anastasia Batsila

Date of publication: 26.09.2019

Tags: distance web-based education, vocational education and training, quality assurance, communication, collaborative learning


Telecollaboration: Fostering Foreign Language Learning at a Distance

Ayse Taskiran

Date of publication: 18.07.2019

Tags: Telecollaboration, EFL, Intercultural communicative competence


Factors Affecting Students’ Preferences for Online and Blended Learning: Motivational vs. Cognitive

Sinan Keskin, Halil Yurdugül

Date of publication: 18.07.2019

Tags: Online learning, blended learning, mode of teaching and learning delivery, e­learning readiness, cognitive strategies, learner motivation, optimal scaling


How MOOCs can Develop Teacher Cognition: The Case of in-Service English Language Teachers

Shahrzad Ardavani

Date of publication: 18.07.2019

Tags: Teacher cognition, MOOC, Professional development, English Language Teaching


"A Voice to Talk About it": Cosmetologists as STEM Experts in Educational Technology Design and Implementation

Michael Lachney, William Babbitt, Audrey Bennett, Ron Eglash

Date of publication: 18.07.2019

Tags: communities of practice, educational technology, STEM education, refusal


Changing Attitudes with a MOOC on Dementia

David Robertshaw, Yasuhiro Kotera

Date of publication: 12.07.2019

Tags: MOOC; Dementia, Social, Attitudes, Attitudinal Change


Designing a History Museum Based Outreach Program with Digital Content

Jacobo Moreno Quiroga, Daewoong Kim

Date of publication: 12.07.2019

Tags: outreach programs, digital content, museum education


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

  • Federico Borges, Universitat de Lleida, Spain
  • Lynn Farquhar, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
  • Rachel Forsyth, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
  • Alice Gruber, University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  • Elsebeth Korsgaard Sorensen, University of Cambridge, Aarhus University, United Kingdom, Denmark
  • Bill McNeill, Independent Consultant, Ireland
  • Gigliola Paviotti, Melius Srl, Italy
  • Valentina Pennazio, University of Macerata, Italy
  • Britta Zawada, University of South Africa, Republic of South Africa



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