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Rolfe, Vivien – Open Praxis, 2016
For those receiving funding from the UK HEFCE-funded Open Educational Resource Programme (2009-2012), the sustainability of project outputs was one of a number of essential goals. Our approach for the hosting and distribution of health and life science open educational resources (OER) was based on the utilisation of the WordPress.org blogging…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Resource Units, Computer Uses in Education, Shared Resources and Services
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Bano, Zakia; Shakir, Aleem – Journal of Education and Practice, 2015
The university prospectus is supposed to be a forceful and pioneering text in promoting and marketing higher education. The present research will deal with the disparities in the frequencies of first and second person pronouns in online prospectuses in cross-cultural linguistics from marketing point of view. The research question is to which…
Descriptors: Cross Cultural Studies, Student Recruitment, Higher Education, Institutional Advancement
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Duff, Andrea; Miller, Julia; Johnston, Helen; Bergmann, Linda S. – Journal of Learning Design, 2012
The Grammar Gang blog has now passed its fourth anniversary as a borderless, non-proprietary language and learning online classroom. It gives wing to the aspirations of academic staff from four universities to explore language and learning across hemispheres. The Blog's recent birthday provides a timely opportunity to explore how this…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Institutional Cooperation, Global Approach
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DePew, Kevin Eric – Reading Matrix: An International Online Journal, 2011
This article focuses on the writing strategies second-language students use to compose on social media sites. These alternative and unconventional sites for learning provide language learners opportunities to acquire language by using multiple modalities to respond to various rhetorical situations. In comparison to these sites, academic writing…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Writing Strategies, Computer Mediated Communication, Social Networks