Resources: Literature Review

Authors Title
D. Miller CAS E-Learning: a model how to connect experiences, informal learning and further education
Wong C., Vrijmoed L., Wong E., Learning environment for digital natives - Web 2.0 meets globalization
E. J. Stewart;D. Draper Reporting back research findings: a case study of community-based tourism research in northern Canada
J. Depauw Information Quality Assessment and Source Selection on the Internet for Competitive Intelligence: Fieldwork Research on 53 executives
H. Keser;H. Uzunboylu;F. Ozdamli The trends in technology supported collaborative learning studies in 21st century
L. Stillman;S. Kethers;R. French;D. Lombard Adapting corporate modelling for community informatics
J. P. Biddix;P. A. Somers;J. L. Polman Protest reconsidered: Identifying democratic and civic engagement learning outcomes
I. Karasavvidis Wiki uses in higher education: exploring barriers to successful implementation
Carr N., Wikis, knowledge building communities and authentic pedagogies in pre-service teacher education
B. T. Phillips A four-level learning organisation benchmark implementation model
A. J. O Sullivan;P. Harris;C. S. Hughes;S. M. Toohey;C. Balasooriya;G. Velan;R. K. Kumar;H. P. McNeil Linking assessment to undergraduate student capabilities through portfolio examination
Di Cerbo F., Succi G., A proposal for interactive-constructivistic teaching methods supported by Web 2.0 technologies and environments,
J. M. Williams The engineering portfolio: Communication, reflection, and student learning outcomes assessment
B. G. Garrido Organising electronic documents: the user perspective: a case study at the European Central Bank
D. Mackrell;D. Kerr;L. Von Hellens A qualitative case study of the adoption and use of an agricultural decision support system in the Australian cotton industry: The socio-technical view
A. Wade;P. Abrami;J. Sclater An electronic portfolio to support learning
E. M. Clafferty Facilitating social networking within the student experience
V. Lind e-Portfolios in music teacher education
Web 2.0 in teacher education: Two imperatives for action
B. Ryan Performance Monitoring and Evaluation: Rationality and Realism