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Baker, J., & Dillon, G. (1999). Peer support on the Web. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(1), 65 - 70.


Barker, P. (1999). Using intranets to support teaching and learning. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(1), 3 - 10.


Barrett, E., & Lally, V. (1999). Gender differences in an on-line learning environment. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 15(1), 48 - 60.


Berge, Z. L. (1999). Interaction in Post Secondary Web Based Learning. Educational Technology, 39(1), 5-11.

Bernath, U. F., Wolfgang. (1999). Adaptation in Distance Education New Experiences from Networking Universities in Germany. Open Learning, 14(1), 45-50.


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Buchanan, T. K., & Smith, R. M. (1998). Restructuring Courses in Higher Education to Model Constructivist Practice. Action in Teacher Education, 20(3), 62 -72.


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Cann, A. (1999). Approaches to the evaluation of online learning materials. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(1), 44 - 52.


Carnwell, R. (1999). Distance Education and the Need for Dialogue. Open Learning, 14(1), 50-55.


Carroll, J. (1999). Expert Internet information access. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 20(3), 209 - 222.


Carswell, L., Thomas, P., Petre, M., Price, B., & Richards, M. (2000). Distance education via the Internet: the student experience. British Journal of Educational Technology, 31(1), 29 - 46.


Cartwright, G. P. (1998). Technology implications for data systems. Change, 30(4), pg. 48, 43 pgs.


Cartwright, G. P. (1999). IT in higher education: A presidential perspective. Change, 31(2), pg. 52, 51 pgs.


Chang, C., Chen, G., & Ou, K. (1998). Student portfolio analysis by data cube technology for decision support of Web-based classroom teacher. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 19(3), 307 - 328.


Clark, R. E. E., Fred. (1999). The Development of Authentic Educational Technologies. Educational Technology, 39(2), 5-16.


Clarke, A. (2000). Telelearning via the Internet. British Journal of Educational Technology, 31(1), 84 - 84.


Clawson, R., & Choate, J. (1999). Explaining participation on a class newsgroup. Social Science Computer Review, 17(4), 455 - 459.


Colgan, L., Higginson, W., & Sinclair, N. (1999). Transforming professional development: An empirical study to determine the key aspects of electronic collaboration and social interaction in the elementary mathematics teaching community. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 45(3), 315 - 319.


Collins, M. (2000). Comparing Web, Correspondence and Lecture versions of a second-year non-major Biology course. British Journal of Educational Technology, 31(1), 21 - 27.


Collis, B. (1999). Designing for differences: cultural issues in the design of WWW-based course-support sites. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(3), 201 - 215.


Cowan, J. (1999). Electronic collaborators. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(4), 377.


Cowan, J. (1999). Globalising education - Trends and applications. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(2), 186 - 187.


Crook, C. (1998). Children as Computer Users: The Case of Collaborative Learning. Computers and Education, 30(3-4), 237-247.


Crook, C. (1999). Internet-assisted learning. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 15(1), 91 - 91.

Curry, J., Haderlie, S., Ku, T. W., Lawless, K. A., Lemon, M., & Wood, R. (1999). Specified Learning Goals and Their Effect on Learners' Representations of a Hypertext Reading Environment. International Journal of Instructional Media, 26(1), 43-51.


Curry, J. H., Sherie; Ku, Ta Wei; Lawless, Kimberly A.; Lemon, Mark; Wood, Rulon. (1999). Specified Learning Goals and Their Effect on Learners' Representations of a Hypertext Reading Environment. International Journal of Instructional Media, 26(1), 43-51.


Deeson, E. (1999). Using the Internet in secondary schools. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(2), 186 - 186.


Dence, R. O. T., John. (1999). The Challenges of Globalisation: Delivering an MBA Programme in Eritrea. Open Learning, 14(1), 56-61.


Donlevy, J. G., & Donlevy, T. R. (1999). "wNetSchool". International Journal of Instructional Media, 26( 1), 9-10.


Donlevy, J. G. D., Tia Rice. (1999). "wNetSchool". International Journal of Instructional Media, 26(1), 9-10.


Drazdowski, T. A. H., Nicholas A.; Scappaticci, F. Thomas. (1998). Infusing Technology into a Teacher Education Program: Three Different Perspectives. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 6(2-3), 141-149.


Dugdale, C. (1999). The role of electronic reserves in serving and shaping new teaching and learning environments in universities. Journal of Information Science, 25(3), 183 - 192.


Eamon, D. (1999). Distance education: Has technology become a threat to the academy? Behavior Research Methods Instruments & Computers, 31(2), 197 - 207.


Ehrmann, S. C. (1999). Asking the hard questions about technology use and education. Change, 31(2), pg. 24, 26 pgs.


Elton, L. (1999). Will technology really change education? British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(4), 380 - 381.


English, S., & Yazdani, M. (1999). Computer-supported cooperative learning in a virtual university. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 15(1), 2 - 13.

Enomoto, E. N., Victor; Marchionini, Gary. (1999). The Baltimore Learning Community Project: Creating a Networked Community Across Middle Schools. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 8(1), 99-115.



Ewing, J. M. D., J. D.; Coutts, N. (1999). Learning Using the World Wide Web: A Collaborative Learning Event. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 8(1), 3-22.


Fabos, B., & Young, M. (1999). Telecommunication in the classroom: Rhetoric versus reality. Review of Educational Research, 69(3), 217 - 259.


Federico, P. (1999). Hypermedia environments and adaptive instruction. Computers in Human Behavior, 15(6), 653 - 692.


Fillion, G., Limayem, M., & Bouchard, L. (1999). Videoconferencing in distance education: A study of student perceptions in the lecture context. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(4), 302 - 319.


Firdyiwek, Y. (1999). Web Based Courseware Tools: Where Is the Pedagogy? Educational Technology, 39(1), 29-34.


Fisser, P., & de, B. W. (1999). A Decision Support Tool for web-supported course design. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 15(3), 255 - 256.


Foster, S. (1998). Virtual learning: A revolutionary approach to building a highly skilled workforce. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 19(1), 109 - 113.


Frances, C. (1999). Planning for instructional technology. Change, 31(4), pg. 25, 29 pgs.


French, D. (1999). Reflections on statistics: Learning, teaching and assessment in grades K-12. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(2), 189 - 190.


Friel, S. (1999). Teaching, multimedia, and mathematics: Investigations of real practice. American Journal of Education, 107(3), 252 - 255.


Funnell, P. (1999). Views from the screen-face: Issues emerging from an exploration of the value of telematics-supported learning. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(3), 176 - 184.

Galbreath, J. (1999). The Network Computer: Is It Right for Education? Educational Technology, 39(1), 57-61.



Gibbs, G. (1999). Learning how to learn using a virtual learning environment for philosophy. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 15(3), 221 - 231.

Gillham, M., Buckner, K., & Butt, R. (1999). The cautious student - A user-centred evaluation of web-supported learning. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(4), 327 - 333.


Goodman, P., & Darr, E. (1998). Computer-aided systems and communities: Mechanisms for organizational learning in distributed environments. MIS Quaterly, 22(4), 417 - 440.


Griffiths, M., Miller, H., Gillespie, T., & Sparrow, P. (1999). Internet usage and 'Internet addiction' in students and its implications for learning. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 15(1), 89 - 90.


Grosser, A., & Bernstein, G. (1999). Monomedium instruction: Chemistry by voicemail. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(1), 92 - 94.


Hall, R., & Dalgleish, A. (1999). Undergraduates' experiences of using the World Wide Web as an information resource. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(4), 334 - 345.


Halpern, H. (1999). No more teachers, no more books. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 42(8), 680 - 681.


Harris, R. (1999). Computer-conferencing issues in higher education. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(1), 80 - 91.


Hawkridge, D. (1999). Science & technology through open & distance education. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(4), 379 - 380.


Henderson, L. P., Ian. (1999). Evaluating Audioconferencing as an Effective Learning Tool in Cross Cultural Contexts. Open Learning, 14(1), 25-37.


Herrmann, A. F., Robert; Boyd, Anna. (1999). Benign Educational Technology? Open Learning, 14(1), 3-8.

Herson, K., Sosabowski, M., & Lloyd, A. (1999). Intranet-based learning: a one-year study of student utilisation. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 15(4), 269 - 278.



Herson, K., Sosabowski, M., Lloyd, A., Flowers, S., Paine, C., & Newton, B. (2000). Implementation strategies for educational intranet resources. Britsh Journal of Educational Technology, 31(1), 47 - 55.


Hess, B. (1999). Graduate student cognition during information retrieval using the World Wide Web: a pilot study. Computers & Education, 33(1), 1 - 13.


Hewson, L., & Hughes, C. (1999). An online postgraduate subject in information technology for university teachers. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(2), 106 - 117.


Hill, M. B., J. D.; Reed, P. A. S. (1998). Hypermedia Systems for Improving Knowledge, Understanding and Skills in Engineering Degree Courses. Computers and Education, 31(1), 69-88.


Hofman, R., & van, O. H. (1999). Cognitive effects of a structural overview in a hypertext. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(2), 129 - 140.


Hopper, K. (1999). Mastering the Invisible Technologies in Education: Who Are the Real Technology Prodigies among College Teachers? Educational Technology, 39(1), 50-56.


Jackson, M., Bartle, C., & Walton, G. (1999). Effective use of electronic resources. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(4), 320 - 326.


Johnson, J. (1999). Distance education and technology: What are the choices for higher education? Journal of Educational Computing Research, 21(2), 165 - 181.


Johnson, M., Schwab, R., & Foa, L. (1999). Technology as a change agent for the teaching process. Theory Into Practice, 38(1), 24 - 30.


Joo, J. (1999). Cultural issues of the Internet in classrooms. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(3), 245 - 250.


Keegan, D. (1998). The Two Modes of Distance Education. Open Learning, 13(3), 43-47.

Kennedy, M. (1999). Teaching in America: The slow revolution. American Journal of Education, 107(3), 248 - 251.



Klobas, J. (1999). Handbook of technology-based training. Electronic Library, 17(2), 121 - 121.


Koch, C., & Gobell, J. (1999). A hypertext-based tutorial with links to the Web for teaching statistics and research methods. Behavior Research Methods Instruments & Computers, 31(1), 7 - 13.


Kuechler, M. (1999). Introduction to CSS '98 - Technology in the classroom. Social Science Computer Review, 17(2), 141 - 143.


Kuechler, M. (1999). Using the Web in the classroom. Social Science Computer Review, 17(2), 144 - 161.


Lackie, P. (1999). Implementing technical innovations in the curriculum - Guidelines for faculty and technical support staff. Social Science Computer Review, 17(2), 189 - 195.


Laouenan, M., & Stacey, S. (1999). A brief experiment in distance teaching and learning of French. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(2), 177 - 180.


Lee, F., Liang, S., & Chan, T. (1999). An attempt to design synchronous collaborative learning environments for peer dyads on the World Wide Web. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 21(2), 221 - 253.


Levin, J., Stuve, M., & Jacobson, M. (1999). Teachers' conceptions of the Internet and the World Wide Web: A representational toolkit as a model of expertise. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 21(1), 1 - 23.


Lewis, R. (1999). The role of technology in learning: managing to achieve a vision. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(2), 141 - 150.


Li, H. (1998). Information Technology Based Tools for Reengineering Construction Engineering Education. Computer Applications in Engineering Education%V 6(1), 15-21.

MacGregor, S. (1999). Hypermedia navigation profiles: Cognitive characteristics and information processing strategies. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 20(2), 189 - 206.



Madsen, D. (1999). Teaching with hypertext in a literary context. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(3), 185 - 191.


Malm, L. D., Malone, B. G., Nay, F. W., Oliver, B. E., Saunders, N. G., & Thompson, J. C., jr. (1998). Appropriate Educational Applications of the World Wide Web Today. Mid Western Educational Researcher, 11(4), 19-23.


Malm, L. D. M., Bobby G.; Nay, Fred W.; Oliver, Brad E.; Saunders, Nancy G.; Thompson, Jay C., jr. (1998). Appropriate Educational Applications of the World Wide Web Today. Mid Western Educational Researcher, 11(4), 19-23.


Marchessou, F. (1999). From instructional technology (IT) to open and distance learning (ODL): A brief overview of educational technology in western Europe. ETR&D-Educational Technology Research and Development, 47(1), 113 - 123.


Markel, M. (1999). Distance education and the myth of the new pedagogy. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 13(2), 208 - 222.


Marshall, D. (1999). Developing interactive courseware on the World Wide Web. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(1), 34 - 43.


Marttunen, M. (1998). Electronic mail as a forum for argumentative interaction in higher education studies. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 18(4), 387 - 405.


Mayer, R. E. S., Miriam W.; Blanton, William E. (1999). What Do Children Learn from Using Computers in an Informal, Collaborative Setting? Educational Technology, 39(2), 27-31.


McIntyre, D. R. W., Francis G. (1998). An Experiment with WWW Interactive Learning in University Education. Computers and Education, 31(3 ), 255-264.


McIsaac, M. (1999). The virtual campus: Trends for higher education and training. Computers & Education, 33(1), 77 - 78.

McLoughlin, C. (1999). Culturally responsive technology use: developing an on-line community of learners. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(3), 231 - 243.



Megarry, J. (1999). On becoming an innovative university teacher. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(4), 378 - 379.


Middleton, I., McConnell, M., & Davidson, G. (1999). Presenting a model for the structure and content of a university World Wide Web site. Journal of Information Science, 25(3), 219 - 227.


Middleton, B., & Murray, R. (1999). The Impact of Instructional Technology on Student Academic Achievement in Reading and Mathematics. International Journal of Instructional Media, 26(1), 109 116.


Middleton, B. M. M., Richard K. (1999). The Impact of Instructional Technology on Student Academic Achievement in Reading and Mathematics. International Journal of Instructional Media, 26(1), 109-116.


Mitchell, T. N. (1999). From Plato to the Internet. Change, 31(2), pg. 16, 17 pgs.


Moller, L. (1998). Designing Communities of Learners for Asynchronous Distance Education. Educational Technology Research and Development, 46(4), 115-122.


Moreno, R., & Mayer, R. (1999). Multimedia-supported metaphors for meaning making in mathematics. Cognition and Instruction, 17(3), 215 - 248.


Mudge, S. (1999). Delivering multimedia teaching modules via the Internet. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36(1), 11 - 16.


Newlands, D. W., Melanie. (1998). Use of the Web in Undergraduate Teaching. Computers and Education, 31(2), 171-184.


Nowaczyk, R. H., Santos, L. T., & Patton, C. (1998). Student Perception of Multimedia in the Undergraduate Classroom. International Journal of Instructional Media, 25(4), 367-382.


Nowaczyk, R. H. S., Lyndee T.; Patton, Chad. (1998). Student Perception of Multimedia in the Undergraduate Classroom. International Journal of Instructional Media, 25(4), 367-382.

Oberg, D., & Gibson, S. (1999). What's happening with Internet use in Alberta schools? Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 45(3), 239 - 252.



Oliver, R. O., Arshad; Herrington, Jan. (1998). Exploring Student Interactions in Collaborative World Wide Web Computer Based Learning Environments. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 7(2-3), 263-287.


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Oshima, J. (1998). Differences in knowledge-building between two types of networked learning environments: An information-flow analysis. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 19(3), 329 - 351.


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Pearson, J. (1999). Electronic networking in initial teacher education: is a virtual faculty of education possible? Computers & Education, 32(3), 221 - 238.


Phelps, J., & Reynolds, R. (1999). Formative evaluation of a Web-based course in meteorology. Computers & Education, 32(2), 181 - 193.


Rangecroft, M. G., Peter; Long, Peter; Tricker, Tony. (1999). What Is Important to Distance Education Students? Open Learning, 14(1), 17-24.


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Rekrut, M. (1999). Using the Internet in classroom instruction: A primer for teachers. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 42(7), 546 - 557.

Rhodes, H., & Chelin, J. (2000). Web-based user education in UK university libraries - results of a survey. Program-Electronic Library and Information Systems, 34(1), 59 - 73.


Richey, R. C. (1998). The Pursuit of Useable Knowledge in Instructional Technology. Educational Technology Research and Development, 46(4), 2-22.

Rimmershaw, R. (1999). Using conferencing to support a culture of collaborative study. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 15(3), 189 - 200.



Roblyer, M. D. (1998). Is Distance Ever Really Dead? Comparing the Effects of Distance Learning and Face To Face Courses. Learning and Leading with Technology; v25 n8 p32 34 May 1998, 25(8), 32-34.


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Ross, J. S., Robert. (1999). Can Computer Aided Instruction Accommodate All Learners Equally? British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(1), 5-24.


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Russell, G. (1998). Elements and Implications of a Hypertext Pedagogy. Computers and Education, 31(2), 185-193.

Russell, J. D. R., Robert A.; Hruskocy, Carole; Ruckdeschel, Clare. (1999). Strategies for Teaching Project Based Courses. Educational Technology, 39(2), 56-59.


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