Resources: Literature Review

Authors Title
Ras, E. Investigating Wikis for software engineering - Results of two case studies
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
Luya Wang Based on K-Blog College Ideological and Political Education Mode Research
Holland J., Selecting Web 2.0 tools for e-learning
Zhu Mingyu; Wang Qi; Zhao Ying "Applications in ""Fundamentals of Computers"" Course Based on Web2.0 Computer-Supported Collaborative Teaching"
M. P. Gagnon;M. Desmartis;D. Lepage-Savary;J. Gagnon;M. St-Pierre;M. Rhainds;R. Lemieux;F. P. Gauvin;H. Pollender;F. L?? gar Introducing patients and the public s perspectives to health technology assessment: A systematic review of international experiences
T. Watson Public relations research priorities: a Delphi study
K. Makri;C. Kynigos The role of blogs in studying the discourse and social practices of mathematics teachers
J. E. Mackintosh;M. J. Murtagh;H. Rodgers;R. G. Thomson;G. A. Ford;M. White Why People Do, or Do Not, Immediately Contact Emergency Medical Services following the Onset of Acute Stroke: Qualitative Interview Study
Weblogs and internal communication in a corporate environment: a case from the ICT industry
K. Gardner;A. Chapple;J. Green Barriers to referral in patients with angina: qualitative studyCommentary: Generalisability and validity in qualitative research
Integrated residential gateway: easy IA management with P2P community using RFID
Using the e-Portfolio to Document and Evaluate Growth in Reflective Practice: The Development and Application of a Conceptual Framework