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Aydin, Cansu Cigdem, and Guzin Tirkes. 2010. Open source learning management systems in distance learning. Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology 9 (2) (04): 175-84.

BARON, JOSH, JERRY WILLIS, and REBA-ANNA LEE. 2010. Creating higher education academic and information technology resources in an international context. Computers in the Schools 27 (3) (Jul): 288-308.

Colazo, Jorge, and Yulin Fang. 2009. Impact of license choice on open source software development activity.Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology 60 (5) (05): 997-1011.

Elias, Tanya. 2010. Universal instructional design principles for moodle. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning 11 (2) (05/01): 110-24.

Grant, Carl. 2008. Gone open yet? Public Library Quarterly 27 (3) (07): 223-41.

Kumar, S., A. K. Gankotiya, and K. Dutta. 2011. A comparative study of moodle with other e-learning systems. Paper presented at ICECT 2011 – 2011 3rd International Conference on Electronics Computer Technology, .

Lemley, M. A. M. A. 2011. Who chooses open source software? The University of Chicago Law Review 78 (1): 139-64.

Li, Xiang, Yan Fu Li, Min Xie, and Szu Hui Ng. 2011. Reliability analysis and optimal version-updating for open source software. Information and Software Technology 53 (9) (9): 929-36.

Martínez-Torres, M. R. 2010. The role of internet in the development of future software projects. Internet Research 20 (1) (-02-01): 72-86.

Vollaro, Richard. 2009. Open source technology integration: Teachers must lead the way. Florida Media Quarterly 35 (1) (Fall2009): 13-7.

Williams van Rooij, Shahron. 2011. Higher education sub-cultures and open source adoption. Computers & Education 57 (1) (8): 1171-83.

Wray, Barry. 2008. Evaluating the performance of open source software projects using data envelopment analysis. Information Management & Computer Security 16 (5) (-12-01): 449-62.

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