The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning special issue on OER

The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning has released a special issue, “Open Educational Resources: Opening Access to Knowledge,” which includes research articles by authors working in three of the world’s leading open universities: the OU UK, Athabasca University, and the Dutch Open University.  All content is licensed CC-BY.

Here’s the TOC:

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial: Volume 14, Number 2 HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Rory McGreal, Wanjira Kinuthia, Stewart Marshall i-iv

Research Articles

Moving to open educational resources at Athabasca University: A case study HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Cindy Ives, Mary Margaret Pringle 1-13
Open education resources and mobile technology to narrow the learning divide HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Mohamed Ally, Mohammed Samaka 14-27
Mobile authoring of open educational resources as reusable learning objects HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Dr Kinshuk, Ryan Jesse 28-52
Strategies for sustainable business models for open educational resources HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
F.H.T de Langen 53-66
Government support for open educational resources: Policy, funding, and strategies HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Paul Stacey 67-80
Open access scholarly publications as OER HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Terry Anderson 81-95
The logic of national policies and strategies for open educational resources HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Fred Mulder 96-105
Exploration of open educational resources in non-English speaking communities HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Cristobal Cobo 106-128
Visualization mapping approaches for developing and understanding OER HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Teresa Connolly 129-155

Full Issue

IRRODL Volume 14, Number 2 PDF
1-160

(Via OLDaily)

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