Resources: Literature Review

Authors Title
Stevenson, Liz Personalised Learning in a Web 2.0 environment
Brixey J.J., Warren J.J., Creating experiential learning activities using Web 2.0 tools and technologies: A case study,
W. H. D. Huang;K. Nakazawa An empirical analysis on how learners interact in wiki in a graduate level online course
Lo, S.K.C.; Huan-Chao Keh; Yi-Hung Lin Embedded the mobile learning agent into intelligent system
Nursing and healthcare students’ experiences and use of e-learning in higher education
J. Van Niekerk Weblogs as an instrument for reflection in an e-learning environment-A case study in higher education
N. Arnold;T. Paulus Using a social networking site for experiential learning: Appropriating, lurking, modeling and community building
Shepherd, Craig E. Aagard, Steven Journal writing with Web 2.0 tools: A vision for older adults.
Belinda Tynan, Stephen Colbran Podcasting, student learning and expectations
Aitken, A.M. Managing Unstructured and Semi-Structured Information in Organisations
Sarrafzadeh M., Hazeri A., Alavi S., The status of Web 2.0 in Iran s LIS education
Yunpeng Xiao; Yang Tao; Wenji Li A Dynamic Web Page Adaptation for Mobile Device Based on Web2.0
E. Mazzoni;P. Gaffuri Monitoring Activity in e-Learning: a quantitative model based on web tracking and Social Network Analysis
Experience Management Wikis for Reflective Practice in Software Capstone Projects
J. R. Davies;G. Warfvinge Basic biology integration–the malmo model
Petra Schubert, Christine Legner B2B integration in global supply chains: An identification of technical integration scenarios
J. L. Rice;B. S. Rice The applicability of the SECI model to multi-organisational endeavours: an integrative review
L. Sherry;D. Gibson The path to teacher leadership in educational technology
Katrina A. Meyer Web 2.0 research: Introduction to the special issue
Dave Dai and John M. Dirkx An Evaluation Study of a Wiki Project at a Midwest Research University