With a Little Help From Your Students: A New Model for Faculty Development and Online Course Design.
Author: Koehler, Matthew J. Source: Journal of Technology and Teacher Education v. 12 no1 (2004) p. 25-55
Designing courses outside the classroom: new opportunities with the electronic delivery toolkit.
Author: Sherer, Pamela. Source: College Teaching v. 50 no1 (Winter 2002) p. 15-20
Is e-learning as effective as classroom learning?
Author: Sitzmann, Traci. Source: T+D v. 59 no8 (August 2005) p. 18
Understanding Online Learning Through a Qualitative Description of Professors and Students' Experiences.
Author: Lao, Teresa. Source: Journal of Technology and Teacher Education v. 13 no3 (2005) p. 459-474.
Web-based Courses for All Disciplines: How?
Author: Lee, Karen S. Y. Source: Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences (China) v. 41 no4 (June 2004) p. 437-447.
Fifty-one Competencies for Online Instruction
Author: Smith, Theodore C. Source: Journal of Educators Online v. 2 no2 (July 2005).
Fifty-one competencies for online instruction ... are shared by Ted Smith and correlated with quality learning outcomes for students. Smith divides the competencies into those needed prior to, during, and after the course has been completed.
Blended Learning: Education, Innovation & Productivity
Author: Vignare, Karen. Director, MSU Global Ventures, Michigan State University
Source: Campus Technology (February 14, 2006).
Modifying the Teaching/Learning Process In an Interactive Video Network
Author: Stanberry, Anne M. Source: Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration v.3 no4 (Winter 2000).