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Tharindu R. Liyanagunawardena, Karsten O. Lundqvist and Shirley A. Williams

within news media discourse. The International Review of Research In Open And Distributed Learning, 15 (5), 290-305. 4. Burd, E. L., Smith, S. P., & Reisman, S. (2014). Exploring Business Models for MOOCs in Higher Education. Innovative Higher Education, 40 (1), 37-49. 5. Cambridge Dictionaries Online (n.d). Sustainablility. Retrieved from http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/sustainable?q=sustainability 6. Coursera Blog (2013, September 12). A milestone for Signature Track, Certificates for the life-long learner. Retrieved from http

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Tererai Nhokodi, Thandiswa Nqowana, Dylan Collings, Roman Tandlich and Nikki Köhly

-Jones, K., & Tandlich, R. (2014). Sanitation policy and prevention of environmental contamination in South Africa. Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, 13(6), 1335-1340. Kerekes, S., & Wetzker, K. (2013). How to teach a complex discipline in a changing learning environment: the example of sustainability. Journal of Environmental Sustainability, 3(3), Article 2. Jacoby, B. (2012). Civic engagement in higher education. Retrieved from http://sla.fgu.edu.tw/attachments/article/124/FINAL%20FINAL%20CEIHE%20-%20NTNU%2012-8-14.pdf

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Matter as a CoDesigner of Living Structures

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Virginia Rodés, Manuel Podetti, Yosly Hernández and Cesar Collazos

científica de las investigaciones sobre la relación entre Educación, Comunicación y Tecnología, 3(5), (p. 22). ISSN: 1909-2814. 6. Kanter, M.; Baker, J.; Foothill-De Anza, J. (2008). Sustainability Models for Community College Open Textbooks. Community College District. Sanford Forte, Community College Open Text Project. 7. Lin, M.; Sajjapanroj, S. and Bonk, C. (2009). Wikibooks and Wikibookians: Loosely-Coupled Community or the Future of the Textbook Industry. In proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and

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Simon Bell, Andy Lane, Kevin Collins, Andrea Berardi and Rachel Slater

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Ulf Olsson

, (pp. 5590-5596). 10. Hattie, J. and Marsh, H.W. (2004). One journey to unravel the relationship between research and teaching. In Research and teaching: Closing the divide? An International Colloquium, (pp. 18-19). 11. Hill, P. (2012). Four Barriers that MOOCs must overcome to build a sustainable model. In e- Literate. Available online at http://mfeldstein.com/four-barriers-that-moocs-must-overcometo- become-sustainable-model/ 12. Karsenti, T. (2013). The MOOC. What the research says. In International Journal of

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Mohammad Santally

References 1. Akpor, B., Muelhie, M., Tapper, H., & Nyambua, M. (2011). A Situational Analysis of Education, ICT, Science, Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development towards Knowledge Societies in South Africa. 2. Al-Hunaiyyan, A., Al-Huwail, N., & Al-Sharhan, S. (2008). Blended e-Learning Design: Discussion of Cultural Issues. International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, 1(1), 17-32. 3. Babb, S., Stewart, C., & Johnson, R. (2010). Constructing Communication in Blended Learning Environments

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Clare Jacobs, Yvette Winnard and Vicki Elliott

. (2000). Sustainable Assessment: rethinking assessment for the learning society. In Studies in Continuing Education, 22(2), (pp. 151-167). Available through: EBSCOhost Professional Development Collection [Accessed 28 June 2014]. 4. Carless, D.; Salter, D.; Yang, M. and Lam, J., (2010). Developing sustainable feedback practices. In Studies in Higher Education, 36(4), (pp. 395-407). Available through: EBSCOhost [Accessed 29 June 2014]. 5. Cavanaugh, J. (2005). Teaching online - A time comparison. In Online Journal of Distance Learning

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Gilly Salmon

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Jean Claude Byungura, Henrik Hansson, Kamuzinzi Masengesho and Thashmee Karunaratne

. Gevaert, R. (2012). A sustainable model for ICT capacity building in developing countries. Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Large Installation System Administration: Strategies, Tools, and Techniques. 123-134. USENIX Association. 15. Goktas, Y., Yildirim, S., & Yildirim, Z. (2009). Main barriers and possible enablers of ICTs integration into pre-service teacher education programs. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 12(1), 193-204. 16. Government of Rwanda (2013) Low no 71/2013 of 10/09/2013 establishing the