Special Issue on Massive Open Online Courses Published (#MOOC)
Vol. 9, No. 2 of the MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching (JOLT) has been published and is available online. In this issue you will find 12 peer-reviewed scholarly articles, nine of which comprise the much-awaited Special Issue on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), guest edited by Dr. George Siemens (Athabasca University), Dr. Valerie Irvine (University of Victoria), and Dr. Jillianne Code (University of Victoria).
- Patterns of Engagement in Connectivist MOOCs
- Learner Participation and Engagement in Open Online Courses: Insights from the Peer 2 Peer University
- Realigning Higher Education for the 21st Century Learner through Multi-Access Learning
- Wrapping a MOOC: Student Perceptions of an Experiment in Blended Learning
- Liminal Participants and Skilled Orienteers: Learner Participation in a MOOC for New Lecturers
- Evaluating the Strategic and Leadership Challenges of MOOCs
- Massiveness + Openness = New Literacies of Participation?
- The Inside Story: Campus Decision Making in the Wake of the Latest MOOC Tsunami
- MOOCs and the Liberal Arts College
- Investigating Student Engagement in an Online Mathematics Course through Windows into Teaching and Learning
- Blended Learning: An Institutional Approach for Enhancing Students’ Learning Experiences
- Online Student Support Services: A Case Based on Quality Frameworks
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