Resources: Literature Review

Authors Title
A. D. P. Papoiu;H. L. Tey;R. C. Coghill;H. Wang;G. Yosipovitch Cowhage-induced itch as an experimental model for pruritus. A comparative study with histamine-induced itch
Shen B., Research on double main body interactive teaching based on web 2.0 with scientific teaching materials
K. Chalkiti;M. Sigala ASYNCHRONOUS CONSTRUCTIONISM AND SOCIAL NETWORKING IN PEER TO PEER COMMUNITIES: THE CASE OF DIALOGOI
J. Salmons Case methods for online learning
P. J. Green;H. Skinner;H. Blackey E-Learning Support For Accredited Work-Based Learning
Senthilkumar L., SN as a learning tool in higher education
M. Dickey The impact of web-logs (blogs) on student perceptions of isolation and alienation in a web-based distance-learning environment
L. Rashman;J. Downe;J. Hartley Knowledge creation and transfer in the Beacon Scheme: improving services through sharing good practice
Takago D., Matsuishi M., Goto H., Sakamoto M., Requirements for a Web 2.0 course management system of engineering education
Feng Yu; Dequan Zheng; Tiejun Zhao; Xiao Cheng Structure and Content Based Blog Pages Identification
M. Rigby;J. Forsström;R. Roberts;J. Wyatt Verifying quality and safety in health informatics services
Making the case for space: Three years of empirical research on learning environments
Mitrpanont J.L., Fugkeaw S., Pachimkul T., Sawangphol W., Designing intelligent Web-based e-learning based on Web 2.0 and agents-based model,
Mustaro, P.N. Proposal of educational podcast for scientific literacy classes in engineering and computer science courses
S. H. Lee;J. M. Reeves;J. C. Wilson;D. E. Hunton;A. A. Viggiano;T. M. Miller;J. O. Ballenthin;L. R. Lait Particle formation by ion nucleation in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere
B. Mak;D. Coniam Using wikis to enhance and develop writing skills among secondary school students in Hong Kong
Knosel M., Jung K., Bleckmann A., YouTube, dentistry, and dental education
K. Strampel;R. Oliver We ve thrown away the pens, but are they learning? Using blogs in higher education
Using digital and paper diaries for learning and assessment purposes in higher education: A comparative study of feasibility and reliability
Leveraging a Wiki to EnhanceVirtual Collaboration in the Emergency Domain

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