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Article

Costello, Eamon (2013) Opening up to Open Source: Looking at how Moodle was Adopted in Higher Education. Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning. pp. 187-200.

Dietrichson, Aleksander (2013) Beyond Clickometry: Analytics for Constructivist Pedagogies. International Journal on E-Learning, 12 (4). pp. 333-351.

Jordan, Sally (2013) E-assessment: Past, present and future. New Directions, 9 (1). pp. 87-106.

Porter, Gavin W. (2013) Free choice of learning management systems: Do student habits override inherent system quality? Interactive technology and Smart Education, 10 (2). pp. 84-94.

Conference or Workshop Item

Bailye, Mark (2013) Moodle in the Classroom: An “in the trenches” perspective. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Bollaert, Hiram (2013) Full Mathematical Power In Calculated Questions Through Spreadsheets. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Dimopoulos, Ioannis and Petropoulou, Ourania and Boloudakis, Michail and Retalis, Symeon (2013) Using Learning Analytics in Moodle for assessing students’ performance. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Gramp, Jessica (2013) Beyond the baseline: working with e-learning champions to transform e-learning at a research-led university. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Hori, Masumi and Ono, Seishi and Kobayashi, Shinzo and Yamaji, Kazutsuna and Kita, Toshihiro (2013) Prototyping a new open education platform offering e-book based courses linked to Moodle with federated authentication. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Jones, Mizuho and Yamauchi, Mari (2013) Implementation of Intercultural Telecollaborative Exchanges. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Klindžić, Jasmin and Lazić, Nikolaj and Perković, Maja (2013) The Other Way Around: How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Dedicated LMS Support. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Konstantinidis, Andreas and Grafton, Cat (2013) Using Excel Macros to Analyse Moodle Logs. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Krassa, Anna (2013) Gamified Moodle Course in a Corporate Environment. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Nkurunziza, Janvier (2013) Can Moodle be used as a tool to educate the masses in Africa? In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Norris, Leona and Sporre, Lowe and Svendsen, Didrik (2013) The Use of Moodle at Cass Business School: A Student Perspective. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Porumb, Ioana and Tardini, Stefano and Bergamin, Per and Picco-Schwendener, Anna (2013) Bringing the technical and didactical perspective together in the design and development of a Moodle App within the FRAME (Framework for the Rational Analysis of Mobile Education) model. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Rich, Martin and Holtham, Clive and Brown, Ann and Eyt-Dessus, Annora and Norris, Leona (2013) Emphasising personalisation movements in contemporary management education: the impact on learning environments. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Sarker, M Omar Faruque and Matthews, Jo and Gramp, Jessica (2013) On Optimal Strategies for the Development and Operation of Moodle in Higher Education Institutions. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

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