|Examples of EMC703 CMC Discussions
Online Papers Written for EMC703
Links to Online Papers
Bonk, C.J., Malikowski, S., Agneli, C., and Supplee, L. (1998). Holy COW: Scaffolding Case-Based "Conferencing on the Web" with Preservice Teachers.
Bonk, C.J., Cummings, J.A., Hara, N., Fischler, R.B. and Lee, S.M. (1999). A Ten Level Web Integration
Continuum for Higher Education: New Resources, Partners, Courses, and Markets.
Chickering, A.W., and Ehrman, S.C. (1997). Implementing the Seven Principles: Technology as Lever. American Association for Higher Education.
Digest of Education Statistics. (1997). National Center for Education Statistics.
Ehrman, S.C. (1997). Asking the Right Question: What Does Research Tell Us about Technology and Higher Learning?
Feenberg, A. (1993). Building a Global Network:
The WBSI Experience. In Harasim, L. (Ed), Global Networks. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Harris, D., DiPaolo, A., and Goodman, J. (1994). Proposal Submitted to and Funded by the Sloan Foundation, November 28.
Intellectual Property Subcommittee's Report on Courseware Development and Distribution. ( 1998). Vice President of Academic Affairs.
Kowalski, J. (1998, August). The Benefits of Information Technology. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University.(ERIC Digest, ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology, EDO-IR-98-04)
McGeehan, P. (1999, April 2). Business School Links Up With Internet Education Firm. Wall Street Journal.
Mendels, P. (1999, March 24). Can New
Technologies Revitalize Old Teaching Methods? New York Times.
Noble, D.F. (1998a). Digital Diploma Mills:
The Automation of Higher Education. First Monday, Issue 3, no. 1.
Phipps, R., and Merisotis, J. (1999). What's the Difference? A Review of Contemporary Research on the Effectiveness of Distance Learning in Higher Education.
Ragan, L.C. (1998). Good Teaching is Good Teaching: An Emerging Set of Guiding Principles and Practices for the Design and Development of Distance Education. DEOSNEWS, Vol. 8 No. 12.
Russel, T. L. (1999). The No Significant Difference Phenomenon. Chapel Hill, NC: Office of Instructional Telecommunications, North Carolina University.
Uhl, J. (1999). Why (and How) I Teach Without Long Lectures.
Future of Online Learning
of Wisconsin-Extension, Distance Education Clearinghouse
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