Saturday, January 14, 2017

Open Educational Resources: A Bibliography


Yesterday I spoke at a conference (very good one!) on Faculty Creation of Open Educational Resources because a colleague and I wrote a textbook for a basic public speaking course.  I will be posting about it and my talk in the future (working on lengthy article which I'll post in parts) but I wanted to post this list of references for those who need help with the question of research that has been done on student satisfaction, faculty satisfaction, and achievement of learning outcomes with open educational resources.  
Azevedo, A.  (2013, February 1).  Pay nothing?  Easier said than done.  Chronicle of Higher Education, 59(21), A18-A19.

Allen, G., Guzman-Alvarez, A., Smith, A., Gamage, A., Molinaro, M., & Larsen, D. S. (2015). Evaluating the effectiveness of the open-access ChemWiki resource as a replacement for traditional general chemistry textbooks. Chemistry Education Research And Practice, 16(4), 939.

Allen, I.E. & Seaman, J. (2014).  Opening the curriculum:  Open educational resources in U.S. higher education.  Pearson:  Babson Survey Research Group. 

Baek, E., & Monaghan, J. (2013). Journey to textbook affordability: An investigation of students' use of eTextbooks at multiple campuses. International Review Of Research In Open And Distance Learning, 14(3), 1-26.

Belikov, O. M. & Bodily, R.  (2016). Incentives and barriers to OER adoption: A qualitative analysis of faculty perceptions. Open Praxis, 8Idoi:10.5944/openpraxis.8.3.308

Bliss, T. J., Robinson, T. J., Hilton, J., & Wiley, D. A. (2013). An OER COUP: College teacher and student perceptions of open educational resources. Journal Of Interactive Media In Education, 2013(1).  DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/2013-04

Bolkan, J.  (2015, September 1).  Survey: Most students prefer traditional texts over e-Books.  Campus Technology.com.  Retrieved from https://campustechnology.com/articles/2015/09/01/survey-most-students-prefer-traditional-texts-over-ebooks.aspx

Burgess, M. L., Price, D. P.,  & Caverly, D. C. (2012, Fall).   Digital literacies in multiuser virtual environments among college-level developmental readers.  Journal of College Reading and Learning, 43(1), 13-30.  

Ciampa, M., Thrasher, E., Marston, S., & Revels, M. (2013). Is acceptance of E-textbooks discipline-dependent? Comparing business and non-business student perceptions. Research In Higher Education Journal, 20.

Downes, S. (2007). Models for sustainable open educational resources.Interdisciplinary Journal of Knowledge and Learning Objects, 3, 29-44. Retrieved from ijello.org/Volume3/IJKLOv3p029-044Downes.pdf

Clarke, V. (2015). Experience factors related to students’ perceptions of eTexts: extending the Technology Acceptance Model. Retrieved from https://dt.athabascau.ca/jspui/handle/10791/66 

Farrow, R., Pitt, R., Arcos, B. l., Perryman, L., Weller, M., & McAndrew, P. (2015). Impact of OER use on teaching and learning: Data from OER Research Hub (2013-2014). British Journal Of Educational Technology, 46(5), 972-976. doi:10.1111/bjet.12310
 
Fischer, L., Hilton, J. I., Robinson, T. J., & Wiley, D. A. (2015). A multi-institutional study of the impact of open textbook adoption on the learning outcomes of post-secondary students. Journal Of Computing In Higher Education, 27(3), 159-172.

Hilton, J. I., Gaudet, D., Clark, P., Robinson, J., & Wiley., D. (2013). The adoption of open educational resources by one community college math department. International Review Of Research In Open And Distance Learning, 14(4), 37-50.

Hsu, L. S., Walsh, E., & Malhotra, R. (2014). What Technology Do Students Use: Implications for Faculty Development. Digital Commons@Georgia Southern.

Judith, K.,& Bull, D. (2016 March).  Assessing the potential for openness:
A
framework for examining course-level OER implementation in higher education. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 24(42), 1-19.

Knox, J. (2013). Five critiques of the open educational resources movement. Teaching In Higher Education, 18(8), 821-832.

Krämer, B. J., Neugebauer, J., Magenheim, J., & Huppertz, H. (2015). New ways of learning: Comparing the effectiveness of interactive online media in distance education with the European textbook tradition. British Journal Of Educational Technology, 46(5), 965-971.

Liu, H. (2011). What do the college millennial learners say about an open source digital textbook for a teacher education course?  Journal Of Technology Integration In The Classroom, 3(1), 17.

Liu, Z.  (2005).  Reading behavior in the digital environment: Changes in reading behavior over the past ten years.  Journal of Documentation, 61( 6), 700-712.

McKerlich, R., Ives, C., & McGreal, R. (2013). Measuring use and creation of open educational resources in higher education. International Review Of Research In Open And Distance Learning, 14(4), 90-103.

Ngafeeson, M. N. & Sun, J. (2015).  The effects of technology innovativeness and system exposure on student acceptance of E-textbooks.  Journal of Information Technology Education:  Research, 14, 55-71.  Retrieved from http://works.bepress.com/madison_ngafeeson/8/

Ngafeeson, M.N.  Sun, J.  (2015). "E-Book acceptance among undergraduate students: A look at the moderating role of technology innovativeness" International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies, 10(3).  Retrieved from http://works.bepress.com/madison_ngafeeson/9/

 Nicholas, A. J., & Lewis, J. K. (2011). Is free really cost-effective? A case study of open access e-textbook usage in several undergraduate business courses. Proceedings Of The Northeast Business & Economics Association, 350-354.

Robinson, T. J., Fischer, L., Wiley, D., & Hilton, J. I. (2014). The impact of open textbooks on secondary science learning outcomes. Educational Researcher, 43(7), 341-351.

Sutton, S.C. & Chadwell, F. A.  (2014).  Open textbooks at Oregon State University:  A case study on new opportunities for academic libraries and university presses.  Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 2(4), 34-48.  doi:  10.7710/2162-3309.1174

Weisberg, M. (2011). Student Attitudes and Behaviors Towards Digital Textbooks. Publishing Research Quarterly, 27(2), 188-196. doi:10.1007/s12109-011-9217-4

Woody, W. D., Daniel,  D. B.,  Baker, C. A.  (2010, November). E-books or textbooks:  Students prefer textbooks.  Computers and Education, 55(3), 945-948.  doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2010.04.005
 

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