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A preliminary Exploration of Operating Models of Second Cycle/Research Led Open Education Involving Industry Collaboration

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MOOCS As A Method Of Distance Education In The Arab World – A Review Paper

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Exploration of Teaching Preferences of Instructors’use of Social Media

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A Comparison of Social Learning Systems: Crochet Alongs and Moocs

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Learning Effectiveness and Students’ Perceptions in A Flexible Learning Course

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The Temporal Perspective in Higher Education Learners: Comparisons between Online and Onsite Learning

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Aesthetic Literacy: Observable Phenomena And Pedagogical Applications For Mobile Lifelong Learning (MLLL)

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Enhancing Understanding, Flow And Self-Efficacy In Learners With Developmental And Attention Difficulties Through ICT-Based Interventions

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Predicting Dropout Student: An Application of Data Mining Methods in an Online Education Program

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