Module 2: Quality activities and assessments

2.9 Bibliography

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Wise, A. F., Speer, J., Marbouti, F., & Hsiao, Y. T. (2013). Broadening the notion of participation in online discussions: examining patterns in learners’ online listening behaviours. Instructional Science, 41, 323–343.

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The definition of the key term Asynchronous  is derived from original in Fostering Engagement: Facilitating Online Courses in Higher Education, Unit 4a by K. E. Wilson and D. Opperwall and the Centre for Extended Learning, which is licensed under a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted. The derivative work has been adapted through modification of text and headings and retains the CC BY-NC-SA International 4.0 license.


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