The following list provides a wide range of overviews, reviews and case studies on the use of C&IT tools in teaching and learning. Their applicability in developing students' higher level learning (adaptive learning) can be evaluated using the TELRI course design guidelines. In this way, course tutors and developers can profile the purpose of the learning in a course and design appropriate assignments, looking to see where C&IT approaches and traditional methods can be best applied.
UK HE sources
- TALENT - Teaching and Learning on the Web
See sections for Web-based Discussion Tools and Virtual Learning Environments
- TALENT's list of web tools used in HE
- Guide to Network Resource Tools
Information on tools for email, web authoring, publishing and computer conferencing
- LDC E-Learning guides
The LDC series of E-Guides offer guidance across a range of e-learning topics including overviews and detailed guidance on choosing and using e-learning technologies.
- A Framework for Pedagogical Evaluation of Virtual Learning Environments - a JTAP report
Non-UK HE sources
"Choosing Web Conferencing Software" and related articles
web-based instructional tools - reviews, articles and links
An Overview of Online Educational Delivery Applications from the College of Education, University of Alabama