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Johnson, Judith L: Distance Education,1st ed,NY, Teachers

College Press, 2003,230p.
This book needs to be studied by policy makers
&educators who are attempting to grapple with the
realities of 21st century higher education it's a creative
architect's rendering of what the future structure of
higher education may look like ,& provides useful
examples of how to get there.
http://books.google.com/books?id=v81zK97iwgMC&print
sec=frontcover#PPT1,M1

Sharma, Ramesh C: Cases on Global E-learning Practices,
Successes and Pitfalls, Sanjaya Mishra, 1st ed,Idea Group
Inc,[s.b],2007,356p.
E-learning has assumed a significant role in the
educational sector in both face-to-face learning and
distance learning forms. Universities all over the globe
have adopted e-learning methodology, or are planning to
implement it in the near future. Cases on Global E-
Learning Practices: Successes and Pitfalls looks into
global practices of e-learning, examining the successes and
failures of e-learning professionals. It provides a judicious
mix of practical experiences and research in the form of
case studies. Written by experts from all over the globe,
this book shows how to design instructional strategies for
e-learning, illustrates the application of e-learning with
case studies, and reviews the potential of e-learning in
education and training. Cases on Global E-Learning
Practices: Successes and Pitfalls gives an understanding of
the practical implementation of e-learning technologies,
including what to do and what to avoid.
http://books.google.com/books?id=sF9Gje3jmRQC&print
sec=frontcover

Stephenson, John: Teaching & Learning Online,
Pedagogies for New Technologies,1st ed, Routledge,
London,2001,228p.
Over 10 million students now study online* Sets out the
theory and latest approaches to making sure online teaching is
effective* Includes material and case studies from the BBC,
BT, ICL and leading international academics There has been a
rapid expansion of online teaching and learning - over 10
million students now study online, and millions more use
educational multimedia products and services from
commercial and broadcasting organizations. However, in the
rush to get online teachers, educators and developers often
complain about the lack of solid theory underpinning the end
materials.This book is the first to present a wide range of
experience and research findings from leading practitioners
and organizations around the world and will be invaluable for
researchers, developers and teachers, as well as anyone with a
critical interest in developing successful online teaching and
learning.
http://books.google.com/books?id=VEk9AAAAIAAJ&pg=P
A143&dq=webct&lr=#PPA64,M1

Maxwell, Joseph Alex: Qualitative Research Design, An
Interactive Approach,2nd ed, sage,[London],2005,174p.
This book gives researchers and students a user-friendly, step-
by-step guide to planning qualitative research. Based on a
course that the author taught for 7 years at the Harvard
Graduate School of Education, it is written in an informal,
jargon-free style and incorporates many examples and hands-
on exercises. Rather than the rigid, linear approach to design
usually found in research methods textbooks, which is
particularly unsuited to qualitative research, the book presents
a flexible, systemic model of design. This model not only
better fits what experienced qualitative researchers actually
do, but provides a clear framework for designing a study and
developing a research proposal. This edition includes new or
substantially expanded discussions of research paradigms,
defining a research problem, site and participant selection,
relationships with research participants, data analysis, and
validity, as well as more examples and exercises.
http://books.google.com/books?id=XqaJP-
iehskC&pg=PA133&dq=webct&lr=#PPA156,M1

Lynch, Maggie McVay: Learning Online, A Guide to
Success in the Virtual Classroom,1st ed,
Routledge,London,2004,220p.
Whether taking classes in high school, college, or a
corporate training setting, most people will be expected to
do at least part of their studies via computer. This book
provides realistic guidelines to ensure success in the virtual
learning environment.
From detailing tools like WebCT and Blackboard, to
overcoming personal barriers to success, this handy text
deals with issues that readers of any age, stage, or
situation are likely to encounter.
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A65&dq=webct&lr=#PRA1-PT1,M1
Agosti, Maristella: Research and Advanced Technology for
Digital Libraries, 6th European Conference, ECDL 2002,
Rome, Italy, September 16-18, 2002 : Proceedings,1st ed,
Springer,[s.l],2002,664p.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th
European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology
for Digital Libraries, ECDL 2002, held in Rome, Italy, in
September 2002. The revised 42 full and 6 short papers
presented together with 6 posters and demo descriptions were
carefully reviewed and selected from 145 submissions. The
papers are organized in topical sections on web archiving, e-
book, collection building, web technologies, OAI approaches,
case studies, navigation and query language, audio/video
retrieval, architecture, information retrieval, evaluation,
multimedia and mixed media, preservation and classification,
user studies, humanities, and demos and posters.
http://books.google.com/books?id=-
fe26Zt42qQC&pg=PA197&dq=webct&lr=#PPP1,M1
Kwan, Reggie: Web-based Learning: Men & Machines,
Proceedings of the First International Conference on Web-
Based Learning in China, ICWL, 2002, Hong Kong, 17-19
August 2002, Jimmy Chan,…etal,1st ed, World
Scientific,[s.l],2002,225p.
This book provides an up-to-date study of technical,
pedagogical and managerial issues in Web-based learning.
The successful application of Web-based learning provides
enhancements in workforce performance, helps to lower costs,
and encourages innovation for Web-based and distance
learning.
It presents a selection of 20 refereed papers given at the First
International Conference on Web-Based Learning from over
70 submissions by academic researchers and industry
developers from 19 different countries. It provides an
excellent resource for students, researchers and practitioners
involved in Web-based learning.
http://books.google.com/books?id=OHn0T9BOWdMC&p
g=PA242&dq=webct&lr=#PPA4,M1
Cleverly, Dankay: Implementing Inquiry-Based Learning
in Nursing,1st ed, Routledge,London,New york,2003,176p.
If you want to introduce Inquiry-Based Learning (IBL) into
your curriculum but are not sure how to go about it, this book
will set you on the right track. In Implementing Inquiry-Based
Learning in Nursing the author shares the experience of
leading a project to integrate IBL across the pre-registration
curriculum and provides a blueprint for successful
implementation. Whether you are new to or already familiar
with Inquiry-Based Learning or simply need some practical
guidelines, this book will provide an indispensable source of
reference.
http://books.google.com/books?id=_b5LSjePyloC&pg=PA
111&dq=webct&lr=#PPT1,M1

Commonwealth Secretariat: Commonwealth Education
Partnerships, Stephen A. Matlin,1st ed,[s.l],
Commonwealth Secretariat,2004,374p.
An overview of education and research collaboration in
the Commonwealth, between member countries
themselves, and between the education, private and NGO
sectors. This publication includes: key-notes from leading
commentators and experts on issues such as Millennium
Development Goals, HIV/AIDS and Distance Learning,
directory of education and research resources in
Commonwealth countries.
http://books.google.com/books?id=Dm-
A5Ys17FYC&printsec=frontcover

Tsang, Philip: Enhancing Learning through Technology,1st
ed, Reggie Kwan, Robert Fox, Hong Kong, World
Scientific, 2007, 281p.
This volume provides an up-to-date study of theory and
practice on the importance of technology in teaching and
learning. The contributions are carefully peer-reviewed
from over 100 submissions to the International Conference
on Teaching and learning 2006, held in Hong Kong"-- P.
[4] of cover.
http://books.google.com/books?id=rcE1Ru46_pkC&pg=P
A219&dq=webct&lr=#PPA1,M1

Andersen, Deborah Lines: Digital Scholarship in the
Tenure, Promotion, and Review Process,1st ed,NY, M.E.
Sharpe, 2004,288p.
The emergence of digital scholarship has revolutionized the
college tenure, promotion, and review process as new
electronic media have enabled scholars to communicate
material in innovative formats such as websites, PowerPoint
presentations, CD-ROMs, and virtual reality "tours." This
collection of cutting edge articles marks the first effort to set
standards, define basic issues and concepts, and integrate
electronic scholarship into the tenure debate.
http://books.google.com/books?id=9cpB1BICwIIC&pg=P
A137&dq=webct&lr=#PPT1,M1
Centre for Educational Research and Innovation,
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and
Development: E-learning in Tertiary Education: Where
Do We Stand,[s.l], OECD Publishing, 2005,289p.
E-learning is becoming increasingly prominent in tertiary
education. Rationales for its growth are wide-ranging,
complex and contested, including widening access, on-
campus pedagogic innovation, enhancement of distance
learning, organisational change, knowledge-sharing and
revenue generation. This report looks at the practice in 19
tertiary education institutions and is designed to elucidate both
good practice and international trends. It is organised in three
sections: activities and strategies; pedagogy, technology and
Organisation cost efficiency and funding.
http://books.google.com/books?id=QfUzlxhP5N8C&pg=PA1
32&dq=webct&lr=#PPA15,M1

Felix, Uschi: Language learning online, 1st ed, [s.l],
Routledge, 2003, 214p.
This book help those people who work in the field of
learning technologies to feel a little impatient with the rate
of progress. This book collects experts from around the
world who are doing for language learning.
http://books.google.com/books?id=Fl11uAtL7HkC&pg=P
A49&dq=webct&lr=#PPR9,M1
Negash, Solomon: Handbook of Distance Learning for
Real-Time and Asynchronous, Michael E. Whitman, Amy
B. Woszczynski,1st ed,[s.l], Idea Group Inc (IGI),
2008.381p.
Handbook of Distance Learning for Real-Time and
Asynchronous Information Technology Education delves
deep into the construct of real-time, asynchronous
education through information technology, pooling
experiences from seasoned researchers and educators to
detail their past successes and failures, discussing their
techniques, hardships, and triumphs in the search for
innovative and effective distance learning education for IT
programs. This Premier Reference Source answers the
increasing demand for a fundamental, decisive source on
this cutting-edge issue.
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A7&dq=webct&lr=#PPP1,M1
McConnell, David: Implementing Computer Supported
Cooperative Learning,2nd ed,London, Routledge,
2000,265p.
his fully revised edition of a groundbreaking book, looking at
how computers facilitate learning among groups of
individuals, is written by a leading academic and practitioner
in this now established field. Taking account of the impact of
the Internet and web-based learning, and of new research, this
new edition will appeal to a wide audience in the open and
distance learning, education and training fields
http://books.google.com/books?id=t22GwVs_jEwC&pg=P
A56&dq=webct&lr=#PPP1,M1

Maddux, Cleborne D: Type II Uses of Technology in
Education,Projects, Case Studies, and Software
Applications, D. LaMont Johnson,1st ed.[s.l], Haworth
Press, 2006,207p.
Explores teaching methods that give students a creative
learning experience through the use of technology, illustrating
ways o generate classroom interest through case studies,
projects, and software applications.
http://books.google.com/books?id=_jF98bxA4
mgC&pg=PA49&dq=webct&lr=#PPP13,M1

Cohen, Eli: Issues in Informing Science and Information
Technology,2nd vol, California, Informing Science, 2005
,744p.
Over the past decade, the New Zealand government has
instituted radical changes to the tertiary sector financial
infrastructure .As their traditional benchmarks of student
ability and aptitude have been eroded ,the consequence for
employers and their recruiting practices have been largely
ignored .

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PA435&dq=webct&lr=#PPA1,M1

Babb, Danielle: Make Money Teaching Online, How to
Land Your First Academic Job, Build Credibility, and
Earn a Six-Figure Salary, Jim Mirabella,1st ed,[s.l], Wiley-
Interscience, 2007,288p.
Did you know you could teach from home and earn a six-
figure salary? Thousands of people make a great living
teaching online courses from home, and the more classes
they teach the more they earn! If you want into this
exciting profession, this guide will show you how to get
started, find great jobs, and earn more than you thought
possible.
http://books.google.com/books?id=gF8dlkN33C0C&pg=P
A161&dq=webct&lr=#PPT1,M1

M. Husain: Encyclopaedia of Non Formal Education,1st
ed,New Delhi, Anmol Publications PVT. LTD., 2004,
1130p.
This book include so many paragraphs about most
important fields in education like distance education,
videoconferencing, online learning, WebCT, e-learning
and more fields .It's also talk about The hi-tech computer
age.
http://books.google.com/books?id=918AtoBJ8iEC&pg=PA
26&dq=webct&lr=#PPA1,M1
Reisman, Sorel: Electronic Learning Communities, John
G. Flores, Denzil Edge,1st ed,[s.l], IAP, 2003,565p.
At this book the Author want to tell us that is E- learning
isn't new ,and the same thing at multimedia-enhanced
electronic learning .
At chapter 7 the author talking about the role of Mooney
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A272&dq=webct&lr=#PPR5,M1
Dunlop, Judith M: Information Technology and Evidence-
based Social Work, Michael J. Holosko,vol3,NY, Haworth
Press, 2007,242p.
Chapters include questions for practitioners and for
clients to illuminate the current and future issues
surrounding technology and evidence-based practice. The
text also includes extensive references, and useful tables
and figures. Topics in Information Technology and
Evidence-Based Social Work include: the impact of
technology on social work computer-assisted evidence-
based practice customized web-based technology and its
use in clinical supervision enhanced technology-based
evidence-based practice model and its applicability to
large human service organizations.
http://books.google.com/books?id=JstZN3a8io4C&pg=PA
188&dq=webct&lr=&as_brr=0&ei=PuwRScbwB4u8tAO
L_fidCg#PPP1,M1
Mann, Bruce Leslie: Selected Styles in Web-based
Educational Research,1st ed,[s.l], Idea Group Inc (IGI),
2006,490p.
This book is intended for prospective web teachers and
trainers interested in conducting Web-based educational
research.
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A287&dq=webct&lr=&as_brr=0&ei=bu0RSfzbJJnqtgPm
v4yeBw#PPR10,M1

Howell, Scott L: Online Assessment and Measurement,
Mary Hricko,1st ed,[s.l], Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2006,280p.
This book features case studies detailing online
applications and uses of assessment and measurement
methodologies, systems, and practices across three broad
educational or training areas.
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PA22&dq=webct&lr=&as_brr=0&ei=KvMRSbCnFI2EtA
OBwujpBQ#PPA8,M1
Iyer, Hemalata: Distance Learning,1st ed,NY, Haworth
Press,[2002],151p.
This volume centers broadly on information support
services for distance education. As educators ,librarian are
faced with the challenge of providing web-based .
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pg=PA103&dq=webct&lr=&as_brr=0&ei=KvMRSbCnFI
2EtAOBwujpBQ#PPA1,M1

Petrides, Lisa Ann: Case Studies on Information
Technology in Higher Education, Implications for Policy
and Practice,1st ed ,[s.l], Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2000,257p.
Case Studies on Information Technology in Higher
Education: Implications for Policy and Practice is a
collection of cases by researchers and practitioners that
investigates examples of integrating IT in higher
education, examining both successes and failures in college
and university settings.
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PA70&dq=webct&lr=&as_brr=0&ei=JPQRSb_wH5CEsw
O8yKC_CQ#PPT1,M1
Lloyd, R. M: Civil Engineering Learning Technology,
Carolynne Moore, Association of European Civil
Engineering Faculties,1st ed,[s.l], Thomas Telford, 1999,
264p.
http://books.google.com/books?id=w8lujdHosO4C&pg=P
A63&dq=webct&lr=&as_brr=0&ei=JPQRSb_wH5CEsw
O8yKC_CQ#PPA7,M1

Shelton, Virginia Kaye: An Administrator's Guide to
Online Education,1st ed,[s.l], IAP, 2005,195p.
Unlike most books regarding online education, this book is not about
teaching; it is about effectively administering an online education
program. Throughout the text, we provide case studies, examples,
policies, and resources from actual institutions, which further
enhance the value of this text. This book encompasses the issues and
provides information on how to accomplish one specific task:
successful online educational administration.
http://books.google.com/books?id=RjWvxI3FiJoC&pg=PA124&dq=
WebCT&lr=#PPA124,M1

Yates, Jan M: Interactive Distance Learning in PreK-
12 SettingsA Handbook of Possibilities, 1st ed, [s.l],
Libraries Unlimited, 2003,281p.
The wide array of possibilities for interactive distance
learning in today's schools can be daunting. This
book will help educators make the transition from
technology-based learning modalities and integrate
elements of distance learning into the curriculum.
With emphasis on Internet-based delivery formats,
author Jan M. Yates presents the latest research and
proven techniques for creating effective distance-
learning opportunities that enhance student
achievement.
http://books.google.com/books?id=bB6sEBQ4MJ4C
&pg=PA80&dq=WebCT&lr=#PPA80,M1

Farkas, Meredith G: Social Software in Libraries,
uilding Collaboration, Communication, and
Community Online, 1st ed, [s.l], Information Today,
Inc., 2007,320p.
Here is the first book to explore the growing
phenomenon of social software and how these
technologies can be applied in libraries. Social
software lets libraries show a human face online,
helping them communicate, educate, and interact
with their communities. This nuts-and-bolts guide
provides librarians with the information and skills
necessary to implement the most popular and
effective social software technologies: blogs, RSS,
wikis, social networking software, screencasting,
photo-sharing, podcasting, instant messaging,
gaming, and more. Success stories and interviews
highlight these tools ease-of-useand tremendous
impact.
http://books.google.com/books?id=AlARogbZHqcC&
pg=PA54&dq=WebCT&lr=

Thirunarayanan, M. O.: Integrating Technology in
Higher Education, Aixa Pérez-Prado,1st ed,[s.l],
University Press of America, 2005,394p.
Integrating Technology in Higher Education contains 20
chapters that provide technology integration experiences of
authors from four continents and a diversity of disciplines in
higher education settings. The utilization of various hardware
and software tools to facilitate teaching and learning is
discussed in the chapters of this edited book.

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