Top 10 Open Access Journal Articles for 2018: Our Final Selection

Over the past week we have been sharing via Twitter our selection of the top 10 open access journal articles for 2018. This is the third year that the NIDL team has undertaken this exercise. You can read more about our selection criteria and previous top 10 selections for 2017 and 2016 in earlier blog posts. We will also be posting a more detailed blog explaining each of our selections for 2018 along with general comments and observations arising from the experience. In the meantime here is the final list of our top 10 articles for the year:

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The Top 10

No. 1

An Analysis of Peer Reviewed Publications on Openness in Education in Half a Century: Trends and Patterns in the Open Hemisphere, in Australasian Journal of Educational Technology by Aras Bozkurt, Suzan Koseoglu and Lenandlar Singh

No. 2

Helping Doctoral Students Crack the Publication Code: An Evaluation and Content Analysis of the Australasian Journal of Educational Technologyin Australasian Journal of Educational Technology by Melissa Bond

No. 3

Dawn or Dusk of the 5th Age of Research in Educational Technology? A Literature Review on (e-)Leadership for Technology-enhanced Learning in Higher Education (2013-2017), in International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education by Deborah Arnold and Albert Sangrà

 No. 4

UK Higher Education Institutions’ Technology-enhanced Learning Strategies from the Perspective of Disruptive Innovation, in Research in Learning Technology by Michael Flavin and Valentina Quintero

No. 5

Twenty-years of EDECH, in EDUCAUSE Review by Martin Weller

No. 6

Digital Competence and Digital Literacy in Higher Education Research: Systematic Review of Concept Use, in Cogent Education by Maria Spante, Sylvana SofkovaHashemi, Mona Lundin and Anne Algers

No. 7

Higher Education Dominance and Siloed knowledge: A Systematic Review of Flipped Classroom Research, in International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Educationby Mona Lundin, Annika Bergviken Rensfeldt, Thomas Hillman, Annika Lantz-Andersson and Louise Peterson

No. 8

Mapping the Open Education Landscape: Citation Network Analysis of Historical Open and Distance Education Research, in Open Praxis by Martin Weller, Katy Jordan, Irwin DeVries and Viv Rolfe

No. 9

Open Educational Practices in Australia: A First-phase National Audit of Higher Education, in International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning (IRRODL) by Adrian Stagg, Linh Nguyen2 Carina Bossu, Helen Partridge, Johanna Funk, and Kate Judith

No. 10

What Research Says About MOOCs – An Explorative Content Analysis, in International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning(IRRODL) by Olaf Zawacki-Richter, Aras Bozkurt, Uthman Alturki, and Ahmed Aldraiweesh

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International Conference on Engaging Pedagogy: Still time to Register

Dublin City University (DCU) is excited to host the 2018International Conference on Engaging Pedagogy(ICEP 2018) at the St Patricks’ Campus on 13-14 December. This is an annual conference, now in its eleventh year, and is directed at all who teach in higher education. The Teaching Enhancement Unit(TEU) in the National Institute for Digital Learning(NIDL) is actively involved in this year’s conference as members of both the Organising and Programme committees.

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The programme is full and varied, with many DCU colleagues presenting papers. In addition to the paper presentations, there are two very interesting international keynotes (Dr Naomi Winstone & Dr Jeff King) and a distinguished panel discussion. DCU’s President, Professor Brian MacCraith, will open the conference.

To register for this international event, please click on the link to the conference registration page.