Most of the above list of papers and articles were specified as part of the course or were recommended reading.
The list shows most recent papers at the top, so those lower down the list will relate to activities further back in my archive (H807 started in Feb 2011).
H807 - Reading List
- Jones, C. and Asensio, M. (2001) ‘Experiences of assessment: using phenomenography for evaluation’
- Thorpe, M. (2002) 'Rethinking Learner Support: the challenge of collaborative online learning'
- Ludwig-Hardman, S. and Dunlap, J.C. (2003) ‘Learner support services for online students: scaffolding for success’
- Dearnley, C. (2003) ‘Student support in open learning: sustaining the process’
- Jones, N. and Peachey, P. (2004) ‘The development of socialisation in an on-line learning environment'
- Pavey, J. and Garland, S.W. (2004) ‘The integration and implementation of a range of “e-tivities” to enhance students’ interaction and learning’,
- McLoughlin, C. (2002) ‘Learner support in distance and networked learning environments: ten dimensions for successful design’,
- The Guardian (2007) Students Tell Universities: Get out of MySpace
- Phipps, L. (2007) Web 2.0 and Social Software: An Introduction
- Iskold, A. (2006) The Social Bookmarking Faceoff
- Hammon, T. (et al) (2005) ‘Social bookmarking tools (1): a general review’
- D'Souza, Q. (undated) RSS Ideas for Educators
- Richardson, W. (2005) A Quick Start Guide for Educators [about RSS]
- Lamb, B. (2007) 'Dr. Mashup; or, Why Educators Should Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Remix'
- Whitelock, D. (2008) Accelerating the assessment agenda: thinking outside the black box
- Tanahashi, H. (2005) The Innovator Theory [online], Tokyo, Mitsue-Links
- Rogers, E.M. (2003) Diffusion of Innovations (5th edn), New York, Simon and Schuster
- JISC (2008) Exploring Tangible Benefits of e-Learning: Does Investment Yield Interest? [online]
- ‘Generation21 wins bronze in innovative technology category of excellence in e-learning award’, USDLA Journal
- Lück, M. and Laurence, G.M. (2005) ‘Innovative teaching: sharing expertise through videoconferencing’, Innovate
- Rich, M. and Holtham, C. (2005) ‘New technology in learning: a decade’s experience in a business school’, British Journal of Educational Technology