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Derginin Adı: Journal of Learning and Teaching in Digital Age
Cilt: 2017/2
Sayı: 2
Makale Başlık: Online Student Attitudes to Ownership of User-generated Material within an Online Community of Practice
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Makale Eklenme Tarihi: 9.1.2018
Okunma Sayısı: 2
Makale Özeti: This paper investigates online student attitudes towards ownership of collaboratively created online resources and explores whether a sense of community might influence such attitudes. Five participants were randomly selected as they represented a group working collaboratively to complete part of an online module aimed at postgraduate education professionals located in different parts of the world. Applying Rovai’s framework (2001) to identify a sense of community, the work adopts a case-study methodology whilst utilizing a range of data collection methods including email, personal online journal postings and a short questionnaire. Data generated was coded to identify emergent themes with a colleague acting as critical friend to verify the findings and ensure validity of the research. The findings indicate that students believe jointly- created resources should be freely available to participants and to tutors who may request that they be given permission to reuse or repurpose such artefacts. The sense of belonging to a Community of Practice is key to this view although the subsequent question of making such materials freely available across the institution or through OERs requires further investigation.
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