References

Planning References

  • [1] - I.E. Allen and J. Seaman, Making the Grade: Online Education in the United States, Needham, Mass.: The Sloan Consortium, 2006.
  • [2] - Ibid.
  • [3] - Ibid.
  • [4] - Online university enrollment soars by Daniel Golden, The Wall Street Journal, May 09, 2006
  • [5] - E. I. Allen and J. Seaman, Entering the Mainstream: The Quality and Extent of Online Education in the United States, 2003 and 2004. Needham, Mass.: The Sloan Consortium, 2004.
  • [6] - I.E. Allen and J. Seaman, Making the Grade: Online Education in the United States, Needham, Mass.: The Sloan Consortium, 2006.
  • [7] Trends in e-learning: Tracking the Impact of e-learning in Higher Education, Distance Education Survey Results, published by Instructional Technology Council, 2006.
  • [8] Croft, M. (1992) Single or Dual Mode: Challenges and Choices for the Future of Education. In I. Mugridge. (Ed.) Perspective on Distance Education in Single And Dual Mode Universities. 49-62.
  • [9] Trends in e-learning: Tracking the Impact of e-learning in Higher Education, Distance Education Survey Results, published by Instructional Technology Council, 2006.
  • [10] University of Wisconsin Extension – Learning Innovations (2005). [Online faculty survey]. Unpublished raw data.
  • [11] “I’m Considering Teaching Online; What Questions Should I Ask?”, by Carol Bormann Young, Metropolitan State University; Nancy Johnson, Capella University; and Ken Hess, Metropolitan State University.
  • [12] “How Much Does it Cost to Develop a Distance Learning Course? It All Depends…” by Dr. Judith Boettcher (desigingforlearning.info) January 2006.
  • [13] University of Wisconsin Extension – Learning Innovations (2005). [Online faculty survey]. Unpublished raw data.
  • [14] - I.E. Allen and J. Seaman, Making the Grade: Online Education in the United States, Needham, Mass.: The Sloan Consortium, 2006.
  • [15] 2006 National Survey of Student Engagement, Indiana University
  • [16] University of Wisconsin Extension – Learning Innovations (2005). [Online student survey]. Unpublished raw data.

Designing References

  • [1] "Foundations of Educational Theory for Online Learning" Theory and Practice, ch. 1, Mohamed Ally
  • [2] Mind over Matter: Transforming Course Management Systems into Effective Learning Environments, Educause Review, 37 (6 ), Carmean, C. and Haefner, J. (2002)

Communcation References

Evaluation References

  • [1] Agelo, T.A. Definition of assessment. AAHE Bulletin, Nov 7, 1995.
  • [2] Palloff, R.M., & Pratt, P. (1999). Building learning communities in cyberspace: Effective strategies for the online classroom. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  • [3] Pelz, W. (My) Three principles of effective online pedagogy. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks 8(3): 33-46, 2004.
  • [4] Grice, H.P. Studies in the way of words. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989.
  • [5] Swan, K., Shen, J., & Starr, R.H. (2005). Assessment and collaboration in online learning. Retrieved from NJPIT (New Jersey Center for Pervasive Information Technology).
  • [6] Shank, P. (2007, February). Activites 101: Self-check exercises. Online Classroom, Magna Publications Inc.
  • [7] Fry, V. (2007, May). Three key student satisfaction factors. Online Classroom, Magna Publications Inc.
  • [8] Owens, D. (2005, October). Ongoing student evaluations essential to course improvement. Online Classroom, Magna Publications Inc.