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Editorial: Volume 15, Number 2
International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning
This spring edition of IRRODL begins with several articles describing open educational resources (OER) followed by some financial considerations and a MOOC investigation. These papers will also be included in the OERKnowledgeCloud, which is supported by the UNESCO/Commonwealth of Learning/International Council for Open and Distance Education Chairs in three countries. (I am one of them.) For those readers, who are interested in OER and MOOCs, I would recommend that they visit this repository ofdoi:10.19173/irrodl.v15i2.1890 fatcat:zwvfjicgdvawnpmml6mr3jk7lu