The Application and Implications of Information Technologies in Postsecondary Distance Education: An Initial Bibliography

Initial Bibliography


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Scheid, B. L., et al. [because she's the author of the intro only; there are about 8 other articles in this section] 1993. Second Annual Library Directors' Conference—Linking Multimedia Digital Libraries: The Changing Infrastructure. Special section. Information Technology and Libraries 12(2):239-61.

Shearer, R. 1999. Interview: Speaking personally with Dr. Richard S. Jarvis. American Journal of Distance Education 13(3):73-8.

Sherry, A. C., C. P. Fulford, and S. Zhang. 1998. Assessing distance learners' satisfaction with instruction: A quantitative and a qualitative measure. American Journal of Distance Education 12(3):4-28.

Shih, C. C. 1998. Relationships Among Student Attitudes, Motivation, Learning Styles, Learning Strategies, Patterns of Learning, and Achievement: A Formative Evaluation of Distance Education via Web-Based Courses. Ph.D. dissertation. Iowa State University.

Shneiderman, B., E. Y. Borkowski, M. Alavi, and K. Norman. 1998. Emergent patterns of teaching/learning in electronic classrooms. Educational Technology Research and Development 46(4):23-42.

Sigafus, B. M. 1996. The Complexities of Professional Life: Experiences of Adult Students Pursuing a Distance Learning Doctoral Program in Educational Administration. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Kentucky.

Silberman, S. 2000. Talking to strangers. Wired 8(5). http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/8.05/translation.html.

Smith, K. D., J. P. Eddy, T. C. Richards, and J. N. Dixon. 2000. Distance education copyright, intellectual property, and antitrust concerns. American Journal of Distance Education 14(2):5-14.

Software & Information Industry Association. 2000. Building the Net's Trends Report 2000: Trends Shaping the Digital Economy. Washington, DC.

Sorg, J. J. 2000. A Case Study Describing Student Experiences of Learning in an Interactive Computer-Mediated Communication Context in a Distance Education Environment. Ph.D. dissertation. Ball State University.

Spendlove, L. B. 2000. The Effects of Small-Group, Moderated Interaction on the Success and Satisfaction of Students Enrolled in a University-Level Course Taught via the Internet. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Wyoming.

Stokes, F. E. 1998. An Evaluative Case Study of Distance Learning and Its Impact on Students' Needs and Development. Ph.D. dissertation. Walden University.

Tengler, M., and J. Sledge. 1998. What impact has the asynchronous learning software learning space on teachers and learners? In Proceedings of 14th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning, pp. 397-99. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Thompson, M. 1998. Distance learners in higher education. In C. C. Gibson, ed., Distance Learners in Higher Education: Institutional Responses for Quality Outcomes, pp. 9-24. Madison, WI: Atwood Publishing.

Thompson, P. A. 2000. A Follow-up Study Comparing the Outcomes of the Residential and Distance Learning Counselor Education Graduates of an Eastern University. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Sarasota.

Tushnet, N. C., and T. Fleming-McCormick. 1995. Equity issues in the Star Schools Distance Learning Program. Journal of Educational Computing Research 13(2):73-83.

Visser, J. A. 2000. Faculty work in developing and teaching Web-based distance courses: A case study of time and effort. American Journal of Distance Education 14(3):21-32.

Vrasidas, C., and M. S. McIsaac. 1999. Factors influencing interaction in an online course. American Journal of Distance Education 13(3):22-36.

Waldrop, L. E. 2000. An Examination of the Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of Distance Education Courses at Raymond Walters College in Ohio. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Florida.

Wallace, L. 1996. Changes in the demographics and motivations of distance education students. Journal of Distance Education 11(1):1-31.

Wang, J. 1997. Statewide Collaboration in Adult Continuing Education: A Case Study of Distance Education in Maine. Ph.D. dissertation. Northern Illinois University.

Wegerif, R. 1998. The social dimension of asynchronous learning networks. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks 2(1). http://www.aln.org/alnweb/journal/vol2_issue1/wegerif.htm.

Wegner, S. B., K. C. Holloway, and E. M. Garton. 1999. The effects of Internet-based instruction on student learning. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks 3(2). http://www.aln.org/alnweb/journal/vol3_issue2/Wegner.htm.

Wegner, S. B., K. C. Holloway, and S. K. Wegner. 1999. The effects of a computer-based instructional management system on student communications in a distance learning environment. Educational Technology & Society 2(4). http://ifets.ieee.org/periodical/vol_4_99/wegner.html.

Whalen, T., and D. Wright. 1999. Methodology for cost-benefit analysis of Web-based telelearning: Case study of the Bell Online Institute. American Journal of Distance Education 13(1):24-44.

White, K. W., and B. H. Weight. 2000. The Online Teaching Guide. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Wilferth, J. C. 1997. Community Involvement and the Retention of Adult Distance Learners. Master's thesis. Central Missouri State University.

Williams, P. E. 2000. Defining Distance Education Roles and Competencies for Higher Education Institutions: A Computer-Mediated Delphi Study. Ph.D. dissertation. Texas A & M University.

Wilson, A. L., and E. R. Hayes. 2000. Handbook of Adult and Continuing Education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Winer, L. R., M. Chomienne, and J. Vázquez-Abad. 2000. A distributed collaborative science learning laboratory on the Internet. American Journal of Distance Education 14(1):47-61.

Wolcott, C. 1997. Tenure, promotion, and distance education: Examining the culture of faculty rewards. American Journal of Distance Education 11(2):3-18.

Wolf, D. B. 1999. Cleaning up the language. Change 31(4):34-9.

Wood, L. E. 1999. The Effect of Individual Goal Setting and Teacher Feedback on Students' Self-Regulation and Success in a Distance Learning Environment: A Case Study. Ph.D. dissertation. Florida State University.

Yang, T. J. 1998. Teaching C Programming on the World Wide Web: A System and Evaluation. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Yong, Y., and S. Wang. 1996. Faculty perceptions on a new approach to distance learning—TELETECHNET. Journal of Instruction Delivery Systems 10(2):3-5.

Young, J. R. 2000a. College group offers primer on policies for online education. Chronicle of Higher Education, 2 June, A49.

Young, J. R. 2000b. David Noble's battle to defend the "sacred space" of the classroom. Chronicle of Higher Education, 31 March, A47.


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