04 avril 2016

IRRODL (International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning) - Vol 15, No 2 (2014)

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningTable of Contents

Editorial

Editorial: Volume 15, Number 2
Rory McGreal

Research Articles

Robert Schuwer, Rob Kusters
Hope Kelly
Joel S. Mtebe, Roope Raisamo
John Levi Hilton III, T. Jared Robinson, David Wiley, J. Dale Ackerman
Yong Chen
Olivier Marty
Zhijun Wang, Li Chen, Terry Anderson
Elena Barberà, Ludmila Layne, Charlotte N. Gunawardena
Insung Jung, Seongyoun Hong
Lisa C. Yamagata-Lynch
Chi-Cheng Chang, Kuen-Ming Shu, Chaoyun Liang, Ju-Shih Tseng, Yu-Sheng Hsu
Hanna Teräs, Jan Herrington
Minjuan Wang, Yong Chen, Muhammad Jahanzaib Khan

Research Notes

Vera L B Dolan

Book Notes

Terry Anderson

Full Issue

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Mobilité des apprentis : les CFA peuvent candidater jusqu`au 15 avril pour participer au "projet pilote"

Numero_VertL’appel à propositions pour le "projet pilote" sur la mobilité internationale des apprentis a été publié par la Commission européenne.

"Pour candidater, un centre d’apprentissage doit conclure un partenariat avec un autre centre, dans un pays différent du sien. Il doit aussi proposer des cours pour permettre aux apprentis accueillis de maîtriser la langue. Il doit disposer d’offres d’apprentissage dans des entreprises locales.
Cet appel à propositions à destination des CFA et autres centres d’apprentissage en Europe a été publié par la Commission européenne fin février 2016.
Selon ce document, le budget total est estimé à 1,8 million d’euros. Le montant potentiel, pour chaque subvention, est compris entre 100 000 et 200 000 euros.

Vous pouvez consulter l`appel à projet "Cadre européen pour la mobilité des apprentis: Développons la citoyenneté européenne et favorisons l`intégration des jeunes dans le monde du travail en encourageant leur mobilité" sur le site de la commission européenne

Vous envisagez de partir étudier ou travailler à l’étranger ? Découvrez les aides sur orientationpaca.fr

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Rethinking dropout in online higher education: The case of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningIn recent years, several studies have been carried out into the reasons why students drop out of online higher education, following the rise in the relative weight of this form of education. However, more effort has gone into analyzing the causes of this phenomenon than into trying to characterize students who drop out, that is defining what a dropout student is. But obtaining a proper definition of dropout is just as important as describing its causes. More...

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Introducing a learning management system at a Russian university: Students' and teachers' perceptions

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningLearning management systems (LMS) have been proven to encourage a constructive approach to knowledge acquisition and support active learning. One of the keys to successful and efficient use of LMS is how the stakeholders adopt and perceive this learning tool. The present research is therefore motivated by the importance of understanding teachers' and students' perceptions of LMS in order to anticipate possible issues (problems) and help to build a productive learning environment and a committed user community. More...

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Challenges and instructors’ intention to adopt and use open educational resources in higher education in Tanzania

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningHigher education in Tanzania like in many other Sub-Saharan countries suffers from unavailability of quality teaching and learning resources due to lack of tradition, competence, and experience to develop such resources. Nevertheless, there are thousands of open educational resources (OER) freely available in the public domain that can potentially improve the quality of existing resources or help to develop new courses. More...

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How well do Canadian distance education students understand plagiarism?

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningThis project ascertains how well students taking online, distance education courses at a Canadian university recognize plagiarised material and how well they paraphrase. It also assesses the types of errors made. Slightly more than half of 420 psychology students correctly selected plagiarised phrases from four multiple choicequestions. More...

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Design and implementation of a simulation-based learning system for international trade

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningIn the traditional instructional method used in international trade, teachers provide knowledge to learners by lecturing using slides and setting assignments; however, these methods merely deliver international trade knowledge rather than facilitating student development of relevant skills. More...

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Student satisfaction with a web-based dissertation course: Findings from an international distance learning master's programme

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningOnline distance learning (e-learning) is now an established method for providing higher education, in the UK and across the world. The focus has largely been on developing the technology, and less attention has been given to developing evidence-informed course provision. Thus the effectiveness of this teaching approach, and its acceptability to students, is, at times, uncertain. More...

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A case study of integrating Interwise: Interaction, internet self-efficacy, and satisfaction in synchronous online learning

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningThis paper reports research on the implementation of a web-based videoconferencing tool (Interwise) for synchronous learning sessions on an industrial technology course offered through a university in northern Taiwan. The participants included undergraduate students from the same course offered in two different semesters. More...

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Initial trends in enrolment and completion of massive open online courses

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningThe past two years have seen rapid development of massive open online courses (MOOCs) with the rise of a number of MOOC platforms. The scale of enrolment and participation in the earliest mainstream MOOC courses has garnered a good deal of media attention. However, data about how the enrolment and completion figures have changed since the early courses is not consistently released. More...

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