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1. Sims, Dobbs, and Hand, “Enhancing quality in online learning: Scaffolding planning and design through proactive evaluation”
2. Rovai, “A Practical Framework for Evaluating Online Distance Education Programs”
3. Bozkurt, Koseoglu, and Singh, “An analysis of peer reviewed publications on openness in education in half a century: Trends and patterns in the open hemisphere.”
4. DeVries, Jordan, Rolfe, and Weller, “Mapping the open education landscape: Citation network analysis of historical open and distance education research”
5. Hilton, "Open educational resources, student efficacy, and user perceptions: A synthesis of research published between 2015 and 2018"
6. Wiley and Hilton, "Defining OER-Enabled Pedagogy"
7. Broadbent and Poon, “Self-regulated learning strategies and academic achievement in online higher education learning environments: A systematic review”
8. Cho and Shen, “Self-regulation in online learning”
9. Rovai, “Building sense of community at a distance”
10. Swan, “Building learning communities in online courses: The importance of interaction”
11. Richardson and Newby, “The role of students’ cognitive engagement in online learning”
12. Chen, Lambert, and Guidry, “Engaging online learners: The impact of web-based learning technology on college student engagement”
13. Cavanaugh, Barbour, and Clark, "Research and practice in K–12 online learning: A review of open access literature"
14. Archambault and Larson "Pioneering the digital age of instruction: Learning from and about K–12 online teachers"
15. Drexler ,"The networked student model for construction of personal learning environments: Balancing teacher control and student autonomy"
16. Dabbagh and Kitsantas "Personal Learning Environments, social media, and self-regulated learning: A natural formula for connecting formal and informal learning"
17. Brahimi and Sarirete, "Learning outside the classroom through MOOCs"
18. de Freitas, Morgan, and Gibson "Will MOOCs transform learning and teaching in higher education? Engagement and course retention in online learning provision"
19. Liebold and Schwarz, “The art of giving online feedback”
20. Yuan and Kim, “Effective feedback design using free technologies”
21. Lee, “Rethinking the Accessibility of Online Higher Education: A Historical Review”
22. Basham, Smith, and Satter, “Universal Design for Learning”
23. Annand, “Social presence within the community of inquiry framework"
24. Garrison and Arbaugh, “Researching the community of inquiry framework: Review, issues, and future directions”
25. Marchand and Gutierrez, “The role of emotion in the learning process: Comparisons between online and face-to-face learning settings”
26. Regan, Baker, Jerome, Spencer, Lawson, and Werner, “Experiences of instructors in online learning environments: Identifying and regulating emotions”
27. Mason, Pegler, and; Weller, “E-portfolios: An Assessment Tool for Online Courses”
28. Reeves, “Alternative assessment approaches for online learning environments in higher education”
29. Woo and Reeves, “Meaningful interaction in web-based learning: A social constructivist interpretation”
30. Northrup, “A framework for designing interactivity into Web-based instruction”
31. Rovai, "Facilitating online discussions effectively"
32. Baran and Correia, "Student-led facilitation strategies in online discussions"
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