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Published on 07.01.16 in Vol 5, No 1 (2016): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Elderly Learners and Massive Open Online Courses: A Review"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/ijmr.4937):

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  1. Xiong J, Zuo M. Older adults’ learning motivations in massive open online courses. Educational Gerontology 2019;45(2):82
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  2. Torres WJ, Beier ME. Adult development in the wild: The determinants of autonomous learning in a Massive Open Online Course. Learning and Individual Differences 2018;65:207
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  3. Sanchez-Gordon S, Luján-Mora S. Research challenges in accessible MOOCs: a systematic literature review 2008–2016. Universal Access in the Information Society 2018;17(4):775
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  4. Arnavut A, Bicen H. Determination of teachers’ perspectives and level of readiness towards MOOCs for tolerance education. Quality & Quantity 2018;52(S2):929
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  1. Torres WJ, Bradford BC, Beier ME. The Cambridge Handbook of Technology and Employee Behavior. 2019. 22:608
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  2. Ross DB, Eleno-Orama M, Salah EV. Handbook of Research on Human Development in the Digital Age. 2018. chapter 10:205
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  5. Poulova P, Simonova I. Blended Learning. New Challenges and Innovative Practices. 2017. Chapter 1:3
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