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Journal of Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning

Jul 01, 2017 Volume 21, Number 1


Alison J. Fields

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Open, Flexible and Distance Learning in a Post-Truth World

    Alison Fields, Maggie Hartnett & Niki Davis

    The times they are a-changin\u2019. It\u2019s a prophetic song, and one that\u2019s been around long enough to attest to times that are always changing, as very little stands still for long. In... More

    pp. 1-6

  2. An evaluation of the accessibility of top-ranking university websites: Accessibility rates from 2005 to 2015

    Tahani Alahmadi & Steve Drew

    Accessibility evaluation is an important equity step in assessing effectiveness and usefulness of online learning materials for disabled students. With popular uptake of blended and online learning... More

    pp. 7-24

  3. 'Over the Edge of the Wild': Lessons of discovery through developing transdisciplinary breadth in blended courses

    Jo Osborne & Mark Dibben

    Universities are increasingly recognising the need to broaden the experience and understanding of their students beyond a single disciplinary approach, to produce graduates more capable of solving ... More

    pp. 25-34

  4. A Framework for Seeking the Connections between Technology, Pedagogy and Culture: A study in the Maldives

    Aminath Adam

    Educational technology researchers often overlooked the impact of culture on teachers\u2019 use of digital technologies in their pedagogical practices. This also includes a number of technology... More

    pp. 35-51

  5. Insights for future assessment policy: Open access online higher education

    Catherine Moore & Steven Greenland

    This research offers recommendations for higher education online assessment policy and procedure design, which should improve learner satisfaction and help to reduce online student attrition. The... More

    pp. 52-62

  6. Social media and e-learning in response to seismic events: Resilient practices

    Susan Tull, Nicki Dabner & Kofi Ayebi-Arthur

    The motivation to adopt innovative communication and e-learning practices in education settings can be stimulated by events such as natural disasters. Education institutions in the Pacific Rim... More

    pp. 63-76