SOLE Bibliography (August 2004)



Anderson, R. E. (1992) Social impacts of computing: Codes of professional ethics. Social Science Computing Review, 10, 2, 453-469.



Armitage, S, Brown, T, Jenkins, M: (2001) Management and implementation of Virtual Learning Environments: A UCISA funded survey, available from: - accessed 01 July 2004


Armitage, S.& O’Leary, R. (2003) e-Learning Series No 4: A Guide For Learning Technologists. York. Learning and Teaching Support Network.

Aspden, E. Helm, P. Thorpe, L. (2003) e-learning and the Learners' Experience: Ways of Evaluation and Preliminary Findings, ALT-C 2003 "Communities of Practice" 8-10 September 2003 Association of Learning Technology England, Sheffield

Bellack, A.  (1966) The Language of the Classroom, Teachers College Press, New York.


Bernstein, B.  (1996) Pedagogy, Symbolic Control and Identity: Theory, research, critique.  London: Taylor and Frances.


Biggs, J.B. (1999) Teaching for Quality Learning at University.  Buckingham: Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press


Bonk, C.J. (with help from Maher, E.) (2001) Online teaching in an online world.  ( )


Bonk, C. J., Hansen, E. J., Grabner, M. M., Lazar, S., & Mirabelli, C. (1998). Chapter 12: Time to "Connect": Synchronous and asynchronous case- based dialogue among preservice teachers. In C. J. Bonk, & K. S. King (Eds.), Electronic collaborators: Learner-centred technologies for literacy, apprenticeship, and discourse pp. 289-314. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.


Bothams, J. & Fordyce, L. (2002) Barriers to online learning – the experience of the Scottish Executive Business Development Unit. Networked Learning 2002, a research based conference on e-learning in Higher Education and Lifelong Learning.  Sheffield and Lancaster, Lancaster University and University of Sheffield, pp. 329 – 334


Breen, R. (2002) Student attitudes towards the use of WebCT in teaching and learning. Unpublished evaluation report, Oxford Brookes University.


Britain, S. & Liber, O. (1999) A Framework for Pedagogical Evaluation of Virtual Learning Environments  available from:

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Broumley L & Weedon E (2001) Evaluation of the LINC Project: Learning in Networked Communities, UHI, Inverness, available at: <> access 01 July 2004


Brown, T. & Jenkins, M (2003) VLE Surveys: A longitudinal perspective between March 2001 and March 2003 for Higher Education in the United Kingdom.  A UCISA funded survey, available at: 

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Cantu, C. (1997) Virtual teams.  Working Paper.  Center for the Study of Work Teams, University of North Texas


Carr-Chellman, A. & Duchastel, P.(2000) The ideal online course.  British Journal of Educational Technology, 31, 3, pp. 229-241

Chappel H, MacAteer E, Harris R, Marsden S (2002) ‘Fast coding of online behaviours using an ‘Elements’ approach’, Networked Learning 2002, a research based conference on e-learning in Higher Education and Lifelong Learning.  Sheffield and Lancaster, Lancaster University and University of Sheffield, p55-62


Conger, S. and Loch, K. D. (Eds.) (1995) Ethics and computer use. Communications of the ACM, 38, 12 (entire issue).


Cook, J. Timmis, S. (2002) Towards a theory of student motivation in virtual learning.  Proceedings of ALTC 2002 Conference, Sunderland.  Association of Learning Technology


CurriculumOnline, available from: <>

Curry, DB (2001) Collaborative, connected and experiential Learning: Reflections of an online learner. Available from: <> last accessed 05 March 2004

Curtis, S. & Shani, N.  (2002) The effect of taking paid employment during term-time on students’ academic achievement.  Journal of Further and Higher Education, 26, 2, pp. 129-139


de la Harpe, B.and Radloff A.001) The importance of lecturer conceptions of teaching and learning for facilitating student learning online: changes in conceptions following an online course about developing courses online. A research paper presented at the 9th International OCSLD Improving Student Learning Symposium (ISL), at Herriot-Watt University, Edinburgh 9 - 11 September 2001


Draper,S.W., Brown,M.I., Edgerton,E., Henderson,F.P., McAteer,E., Smith,E.D., & Watt,H.D. (1994) Observing and measuring the performance of educational technology TILT project report no.1, Robert Clark Centre, University of Glasgow ISBN 085261 521 3


Draper, S.W., Brown, M.I., Henderson, F.P., & McAteer, E. (1996) Integrative evaluation: an emerging role for classroom studies of CAL. Computers and Education. 26 (1-3): pp17-32



Fairclough, N.  (1992) Discourse and text: linguistic and intertextual analysis within discourse analysis.  Discourse and Society, 3, 193-217


Fairclough, N.  (2003) Analysing discourse: textual analysis for social research.  London: Routledge.


Flanagan, J. C. (1954). The Critical Incident Technique. Psychological Bulletin 51(4):  pp327-358.

Frenkel, K. A., (1990) ‘Women and Computing’, Communications of the ACM Vol. 33 No.11,


Garrison, D.R., Anderson, T. & Archer, W (2000) ‘Critical inquiry in a text –based Environment: Computer Conferencing in Higher Education’. The Internet and Higher Education, 2(2-3), 87-105.

Gilbert, N. and Lockwood, A. (1999) Critical Incident Technique. In: Handbook of Contemporary Hospitality Management Research. Edited by B. Brotherton. Weimar, Texas: Culinary and Hospitality Industry Publications Services

Goodyear, P., (2001), Effective networked learning in higher education: notes and guidelines, available from: < > last accessed 31 August 2004

Guba, E. G., & Lincoln, Y. S. (1989). Fourth Generation Evaluation. Newbury Park, CA: SAGE Publications.

Hara,N. & Kling,R. (2000) Students’ distress with a web-based distance education course. Information, Communication & Society 3(4) 557-579


Hillman D.C.A. (1999) A new method for analyzing patterns of interaction, The American Journal of Distance Education, 13, 2, 37-47


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Jones, C. (1999) "From the sage on the stage to what exactly? Description and the place of the moderator in co-operative and collaborative learning.".  ALT-J, The Association for Learning Technology Journal. 1999. Vol. 7 (2)  27 – 36

Land,S. & Hannafin, M. (2000) ‘Student-centered learning environments’ in Jonassen, D.H. & Land, S.M (eds) (2000) Theoretical Foundations of Learning Environments. Lawrence Erlbaum, Mahwah, New Jersey

Laurillard, D. (1993) Rethinking University Teaching. Routledge, London.

Laurillard, D. (2002) Rethinking University Teaching.  A conversational framework for the effective use of learning technologies. 2nd edition. Routledge Falmer, London

Lingard, L., Schryer, C., Garwood, K.  and Spafford, M.  (2003) ‘Talking the talk’: school and workplace genre tension in clerkship case presentations.  Medical Education 37 (7), 612.


Mackay, W. E. (1995) Ethics, lies and videotape. Proceedings of CHI '95 (Denver, CO, May 1995), ACM Press, 138-145.


MacKenzie, N. (2001) Problems at Crumpton: case study.  Improving student learning, Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium, The Oxford Brookes Centre for Staff and Learning Development.


Marton, F., Hounsell, D. & Entwistle, N. (1984). The Experience of Learning. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press.


Marton, F., Hounsell, D. & Entwistle, N. (1996). The Experience of Learning: Implications for Teaching and Studying in Higher Education . Second Edition. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press.


Mayes T, (2000) Pedagogy, Lifelong Learning and ICT, Scottish Forum on Lifelong Learning Report No. 1, Glasgow


Monteith, M. & Smith, J. (2001) Learning in a virtual campus: the pedagogical implications of students’ experiences. Innovation in Education and Teaching International, 38(2) pp. 119 - 132


Oliver,M & Conole,G.C (1998) The Evaluation of Learning Technology: an Overview, in Innovation in the Evaluation of Learning Technology, ed. Oliver, M, p1 -12, University of North London Press,

Parlett, M. & Hamilton, D (1977) Evaluation as Illumination, in Parlett, M. & Dearden, G. (eds)(1977) Introduction to Illuminative Evaluation: Studies in Higher Education Pacific Soundings Press, Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California

Patton, M. Q. (1990). Qualitative Evaluation and Research Methods. (2nd ed.). Newbury Park, CA: SAGE


HEFCE (2002) Performance Indicators in higher education, available from:    ( last accessed 02 July 2004


Perold J. and Maree D (2003) ‘Description of novelty, novelty of description: a dialectic analysis of a Web-based course’ Computers & Education, Vol.41(3) 225-248  November 2003


Phillips R. (ed), Bain J., McNaught C., Rice M., Tripp D.( 2000 ) Handbook for learner-centered evaluation of computer facilitated learning projects in higher education. Murdoch University, Australia, available from:  <> last accessed 01 July 2004

Pilkington, R. M. and Bennett, C.L. (2000). Evaluating CHAT seminars within a WebCT Networked Learning Environment. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Networked Learning 2000 Lancaster 17th-19th April. M. Asensio, J. Foster, V. Hodgson and M. McConnell, Lancaster University and Sheffield University: pp 28-37.

Potter, J.  (1996) Representing reality.  London: Sage.


Prosser, M. & Trigwell, K.(1999) ‘Understanding Learning and Teaching: The Experience in Higher Education’. Buckingham: Society for Research in Higher Education and Open University Press.


Robertson, S.  (forthcoming) ICT in the classroom: the pedagogical challenge of respatialisation and reregulation.  In: M.  Olssen (ed) Culture and Learning: Access and opportunity in the curriculum.  Wesport, Conneticut: The Greenwood Press.


Sacks, H., Schegloff, E.  and Jefferson, G.  (1974) A simplest systematics for the organization  of turn-taking for conversation.  Language, 50(4), 696-735.


Schon,D. (1998) Educating the reflective practitioner. San Francisco, Jossey Bass


Schwartz, M. and Task Force on Bias-Free Language (1995) Guidelines for Bias-Free Writing. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN.

Skrla, L., Scheurich, J.  J., Johnson, Jr., J.  F., and Koschoreck, J.  W.  (2001).  Accountability for equity: Can state policy leverage social justice?  International Journal of Leadership in Education, 4, 237-260.


Stiles, M. (2002) Staying on track: why are we using technology in teaching? JISC Inform 1, Spring 2002.


Students in Higher Education Institutions 2000/2001 (online) available from: <>


Sugar B, Bonk CJ (1998) Student Role Play in the World Forum: Analyses of an Arctic Adventure Learning Apprenticeship, in Bonk CH, King KS, Electronic Collaborators, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, New Jersey


Wenger, E (1998) Communities of practice: learning, meaning, identity. Cambridge, CUP.


Teacher Training Agency website, 2002,  available from:  <>


Ting-Toomey, S. (1999) Communicating across Cultures. Guilford Press: London


Traxler, J. (2002) Factors that influence take up of an institutional VLE by individual lecturers – preliminary findings.  Networked Learning 2002, a research based conference on e-learning in Higher Education and Lifelong Learning.  Sheffield, Lancaster University and University of Sheffield.  Available at:


University of the Highlands and Islands project (1999) Towards a learning strategy for the university of the Highlands and Islands, UHI Millennium Institute, Inverness

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Zenios, M., Banks, F. & Moon, B. (2002) The potential for the use of computer-mediated communication (CMC) in teacher professional development. Networked Learning 2002, a research based conference on e-learning in Higher Education and Lifelong Learning.  Sheffield, Lancaster University and University of Sheffield. Available at: <> Last accessed 02 July 2004


Virtual Learning Environment Activity in Further Education in the UK (2003) available from: <>


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