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Open Praxis

Sep 22, 2017 Volume 9, Number 3

Editors

Inés Gil-Jaurena

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Open Praxis vol. 9 issue 3

    various Gil-Jaurena

    This third Open Praxis issue in 2017 is an open issue that includes six research papers and a book review. More

    pp. 265-360

  2. Introduction to Open Praxis volume 9 issue 3

    Ins Gil-Jaurena

    This third Open Praxis issue in 2017 is an open issue that includes six research papers and a book review. More

    pp. 265-266

  3. Metaliteracy as Pedagogical Framework for Learner-Centered Design in Three MOOC Platforms: Connectivist, Coursera and Canvas

    Kelsey O'Brien, Michele Forte, Thomas Mackey & Trudi Jacobson

    This article examines metaliteracy as a pedagogical model that leverages the assets of MOOC platforms to enhance self-regulated and self-empowered learning. Between 2013 and 2015, a collaborative... More

    pp. 267-286

  4. Higher Education Lecturers’ Lived Experience of Going Public in MOOCs

    Ulf Olsson

    Academics in higher education are used to having their research publications reviewed and openly scrutinized. Teaching in higher education has traditionally been an individual academic\u2019s... More

    pp. 287-297

  5. Distance Education Examination Management in a Lowly Resourced North-Eastern Region of Zambia: A Phenomenological Approach

    Francis Simui, Henry Chibale & Boniface Namangala

    This paper focuses on the management of distance education examination in a lowly resourced North-Eastern region of Zambia. The study applies Hermeneutic Phenomenology approach to generate and make... More

    pp. 299-312

  6. Academic Workload Planning for Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Universities: The Experience of National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN)

    Juliet Inegbedion

    The quality of the programmes and courses in ODL depends on the academics that plan the programmes, develop the curriculum, manage courses and programmes and carry out administrative duties. It is ... More

    pp. 313-333

  7. Developing Self-Efficacy through a Massive Open Online Course on Study Skills

    Brenda Padilla Rodriguez & Alejandro Armellini

    Self-efficacy is a strong predictor of academic performance, and an area of interest for higher education institutions. This paper reports on a massive open online course (MOOC) on study skills,... More

    pp. 335-343

  8. Open Access Research Via Collaborative Educational Blogging: A Case Study from Library & Information Science

    Kristen Rebmann & Camden Clark

    This article charts the development of activities for online graduate students in library and information science. Project goals include helping students develop competencies in understanding open ... More

    pp. 345-357