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Open Praxis

Dec 28, 2018 Volume 10, Number 4


Inés Gil-Jaurena

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Open Praxis vol. 10 issue 4

    Inés Gil-Jaurena

    This last Open Praxis issue in 2018 is an open issue that includes seven research papers and one innovative practice paper More

    pp. 307-434

  2. Introduction to Open Praxis volume 10 issue 4

    Inés Gil-Jaurena

    This last Open Praxis issue in 2018 is an open issue that includes seven research papers and one innovative practice paper. More

    pp. 307-308

  3. Personalizing Feedback Using Voice Comments

    Kjrsten Keane, Daniel McCrea & Miriam Russell

    While text-based feedback is normally used by college instructors to help students improve their written assignments, it is important to consider using voice comment tools for further... More

    pp. 309-324

  4. The design of an empirical cross-boundary collaborative open learning framework

    Chrissi Nerantzi

    This paper reports on the design and development of an empirical cross-boundary, collaborative open learning framework for cross-institutional academic development. The framework is one of the key ... More

    pp. 325-341

  5. Findings from a Case Study on Refugees Using MOOCs to (Re)enter Higher Education

    Gabi Witthaus

    This paper presents a case study evaluating the online learning experience of ten refugees on MOOCs. Qualitative data were collected from the learners, generating a set of 43 statements depicting... More

    pp. 343-357

  6. Scoping the nascent: An analysis of K-12 OER research 2012-2017

    Constance Blomgren & Iain McPherson

    Awareness and use of Open Educational Resources (OER) has grown at all levels of education. Higher education researchers actively study OER but K-12 OER research indicates limited published results... More

    pp. 359-375

  7. ‘Dark reuse’: an empirical study of teachers’ OER engagement

    Tita Beaven

    There is scant evidence of OER reuse or sharing; OER apologists maintain that reuse is happening in private spaces, but others argue there is no evidence of such ‘dark reuse’.The OER lifecycle... More

    pp. 377-391

  8. Open Textbooks in an Introductory Sociology Course in Canada: Student Views and Completion Rates

    Heather Ross, Christina Hendricks & Victoria Mowat

    Open educational resources (OER), including open textbooks, are free, adaptable learning resources. The integration of these materials in place of commercial textbooks allows for considerable... More

    pp. 393-403

  9. Differentiation in Access to, and the Use and Sharing of (Open) Educational Resources among Students and Lecturers at Technical and Comprehensive Ghanaian Universities

    Judith Pete, Fred Mulder, Jose Oliveira Neto & Kathleen Omollo

    This paper is the second in a series of three with a common goal to present a fair OER picture for Sub-Saharan Africa, represented by large-scale studies in three countries: Kenya, Ghana, and South... More

    pp. 405-421

  10. Designing Online Curriculum: Program Revisions and Knowledge Exchange

    Sibylle Gruber

    In this article, I focus on the importance of knowledge exchange and knowledge communities to create an online curriculum that moves from individual course design to shared curriculum design. I... More

    pp. 423-431