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References and Further Resources


Chickering, A. and Ehrmann, S. (1995) Implementing the Seven Principles: Technology as Levers

Compton, Philip (1997) Evaluation: A practical guide to methods, Philip, in LTDI Implementing Learning Technology:

Ehrmann, Stephen C., (2000) Technology and Revolution in Education: Ending the Cycle of Failure, Liberal Education, Fall, pp. 40-49. Available on the web:

Gilb, T. and Finzi, S. (1988) Principles of Software Engineering, Addison Wesley.

Mason, R. (1998) Models for online courses. ALT Magazine online at:

Further resources

E-Tutoring: Teaching, Supporting, Managing and Assessing Students Online, LDC e-learning guide:

Biggs, J. (2002) Aligning the curriculum to promote good learning. LTSN Generic Centre paper from Constructive Alignment in Action Imaginative Curriculum Symposium Nov 2002. Available on the web at:

Collis, B. (1996). Tele-learning in a Digital World. Thomson Computer Press, London.

Petersen, R. (1992) Training needs analysis in the workplace, London: Kogan Page.Stoner, Greg (1996) A conceptual framework for the integration of learning technology, chapter 3 in Implementing Learning Technology, LTDI publication., pp. 6-8.