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From Static to Interactive and From Open to Free: Consequences Both Intended and Unintended

Iterating Toward Openness

The most recent issue of IRRODL included an article titled Effectiveness of OER Use in First-Year Higher Education Students’ Mathematical Course Performance: A Case Study , by Juan I. If you’re not familiar with educational research, 6x is a massive effect. Venegas-Muggli and Werner Westermann. Homework Systems.

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Should you build your own LMS?

eSchool News

Pros and cons of building a district-specific online platform. The online education movement has pushed K-12 schools and districts to rethink the way they develop and deliver content. Educators, on the other hand, view the platform from their own perspectives and without considering its technical capabilities.

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