Vol 5, No 1 (2013)

Openness in Higher Education

This issue of Open Praxis focuses on the concept of openness and its growth and use in higher education.

Table of Contents


Openness in higher education HTML PDF
Inés Gil-Jaurena 3-5

Research articles on Openness in higher education

On the role of openness in education: A historical reconstruction PDF
Sandra Peter, Markus Deimann 7-14
Access under siege: Are the gains of open education keeping pace with the growing barriers to University access? PDF
Don Olcott Jr 15-20
The Limitations of Access Alone: moving towards open processes in education technology PDF
Jeremy Knox 21-29
Widening access through openness in higher education in the developing world: A Bourdieusian field analysis of experiences from the National Open University of Nigeria PDF
Felix Kayode Olakulehin, Gurmit Singh 31-40
Assessment challenges in open learning: Way-finding, fork in the road, or end of the line? PDF
Dianne Conrad 41-47
From OER to PLAR: Credentialing for Open Education PDF
Norm Friesen, Christine Wihak 49-58
Improving Open Access through Prior Learning Assessment PDF
Shuangxu Yin, Paul Kawachi 59-65
The concept of openness behind c and x-MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) PDF
Osvaldo Rodriguez 67-73
Exploring the downside of open knowledge resources: The case of indigenous knowledge systems and practices in the Philippines PDF
Alexander Gonzalez Flor 75-80
Embracing openness: the challenges of OER in Latin American education PDF
Nadia Paola Mireles Torres 81-89
Distance education regulatory frameworks: Readiness for openness in Southwest Pacific/South East Asia region nations PDF
Belinda Tynan, Rosalind James 91-97

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ISSN: 2304-070X