This year marks ten years since 2012 was dubbed ‘the year of the MOOC’. In this first virtual special collection of the Journal of Interactive Media in Education, we look back on the articles published on topics related to Massive Open Online Courses.
The Global OER Graduate Network (GO-GN) is a global community of doctoral researchers in Open education. This collection showcases their work through eleven papers in the area of OER and OEP research.
In this collection, after almost a year of the Covid-19 pandemic, authors reflect on its impact on higher education, world-wide; including, amongst other topics, challenges for staff and students; new approaches to teaching; accessibility and the support provided by communities.
A collection of articles examining different aspects of the history of educational technology.
As part of the critical turn in educational technology, this special issue theorises and focuses on the intersection of open education and social justice.
A collection of papers written by doctoral researchers on the subject of Learning in an Open World.
A collection of papers from Latin America detailing OER initiatives.
This issue of JIME publishes some extended papers from the 2017 EADTU Conference. The 2017 conference was hosted at the Open University in Milton Keynes, in October with the theme of “Higher Education for the Future; “Accelerating and Strengthening Innovation”.
The papers in this issue focus on how technology can support migrants in their new homes, often with language learning.
This special collection presents research from members of the FutureLearn Academic Network who have been investigating different aspects of teaching and learning in massive open online courses.
Four articles arising from the Open Educational Resources (OER) 2015 conference held in Cardiff, April 2015.
A selection of articles from a meeting in Larnaca in 2012, and published in Routledge book "Learning Design: Conceptualizing a Framework for Teaching and Learning Online"
This special edition from the best papers presented at the #Design4Learning conference provides advice of facets of learning designs.
This collection expands on the trends explored in the successful 'Bristol Ideas in Mobile Learning Symposium' (see http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloudscape/view/2896) which took place March 6-7, 2014.
This special collection consists of invited papers from the first Regius symposium on Open Education, sponsored by the CALRG.