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Keith Hamon

Shen - 0 views

    The formation of the online social network was explored by testing two distinct network attachment logics: strategic selection and homophily. Both logics received some support. Taken together, the results are suggestive of a "performance-based clustering" phenomenon within the OSS online community in which most collaborations involve accomplished developers, and novice developers tend to partner with less accomplished and less experienced peers.
Clark Shah-Nelson

Student Attitudes Toward OpenCourseWare and Openness - 2 views

  • 91% of student respondents believe the school is doing the right thing to make some materials available on OCW
    Interesting abstract on student (mostly positive) attitudes on open course ware and openness from JHSPH. 
alexandra m. pickett

Online Learning Snapshot - South America - home - 0 views

  • There are an abundance of Distance Learning programs being initiated and managed, even in some of the world’s most destitute countries.
  • Distance Learning: correspondence courses, radio, television, telephone, Internet, telecenters, CDROM and satellite broad-casting.
Clark Shah-Nelson

The online learning global snapshot | - 6 views

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