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  1. 1. 1 References Journals and Books
  2. 2. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 2 International Journal of Distance Education Technologies  Communication Technologies • include new network infrastructures, real-time protocols, broadband and wireless communication tools, Quality-of-Services issues, multimedia streaming technology, distributed systems, mobile systems, multimedia synchronization controls, and other technologies of distance education.  Intelligent Technologies • include intelligent tutoring, individualized distance learning, neural network or statistical approaches to behavior analysis, automatic FAQ reply methods, copyright protection and authentication mechanisms, soft computing, visual computing, and other technologies of distance education.  Educational Technologies • include practical and new learning models, automatic assessment methods, effective and efficient authoring systems, and other issues of distance education. Co-Editors-in-Chief Shi-Kuo Chang, University of Pittsburgh, USA Timothy K. Shih, Tamkang University, Taiwan http://www.mine.tku.edu.tw/JDET/
  3. 3. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 3  IEEE Transactions on Education (http://www.ewh.ieee.org/soc/es/TransEducWebPosting. htm)  The IEEE Transactions on Education is an archival journal sponsored by the IEEE Education Society. Topics of the journal include Educational Methods, Educational Technology, Instructional Materials, History of Science and Technology, and Educational and Professional Development Programs within Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, and allied disciplines.
  4. 4. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 4  The American Journal of Distance Education (http://www.ed.psu.edu/acsde/ajde/jour.asp)  The AJDE is an international journal for distance learning from the perspective of educational theory. Focuses of the journal include the strategies of designing effective programs, selecting appropriate media for presentation, and ensuring students’ achievement and satisfaction. The change of roles of instructor and students, as well as the administrative and policy issues are also considered. The journal was established in 1987, with three issues per year. Distance Education Journals
  5. 5. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 5  Australian Journal of Educational Technology (http://cleo.murdoch.edu.au/ajet/about/ajet-arcs-a.html)  AJET publishes three issues per year. Articles are also on-line. Focuses of the journal include educational technology, instructional design, educational applications of computer technologies, and educational telecommunications. Started in 1985, the journal covers strategies, experiences, and case studies of distance education. Distance Education Journals
  6. 6. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 6  Virtual University Journal (http://www.openhouse.org.uk/virtual-university- press/vuj/welcome.htm)  VUJ is an on-line and printed journal since 1998. It aims to cover current and relevant issues of academic learning using communications technologies. The journal discusses policy issues, methodologies, experiences, and survey of distance learning programs. Distance Education Journals
  7. 7. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 7  Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks (http://www.aln.org/alnweb/journal/jaln.htm)  Since 1997, the JALN is published on-line by SCOLE at Olin and Babson Colleges for the Asynchronous Learning Networks (ALN) Web site. The journal encourages authors to publish experiences, with quantitative data, in Asynchronous Learning Networks. Less- research-oriented articles are also acceptable. The strengths of this journal are in the field experience of asynchronous distance learning. The journal also serves as an experience exchange resource of education professionals. Distance Education Journals
  8. 8. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 8  Distance Learning Resource Network Elec. Journal (http://www.dlrn.org/library/archives/dlrnj.html)  DLRN-J is an electronic journal provided by the Distance Learning Resource Network (DRLN) since 1996. The journal contains newsletters for experience exchange, activity announcement, and surveys of distance learning status. Instead of research- oriented articles, the on-line newsletters allow users to share timely information. Distance Education Journals
  9. 9. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 9  Distance Education Report (http://www.distance-educator.com/index.html)  Distance Education Report is an on-line newsletter, which summarizes current trend and news of distance education. Suggestions to develop successful distance education programs are included. Distance Education Journals
  10. 10. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 10  European Journal of Open and Distance Learning (http://www1.nks.no/eurodl/eurodlen/index.html)  EURODL is an on-line journal, which covers the discussion of open and distance learning experiences at all educational levels. The Web site also serves as a forum for exchanging idea on cross-cultural collaboration and knowledge transfer. And, the Web site allows users to connect to other fora and resources of distance education. The strengths of this electronic journal are the collection of ODL experiences. Distance Education Journals
  11. 11. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 11  International Journal of Educational Technology (http://www.outreach.uiuc.edu/ijet/index.html)  IJET is an international refereed electronic journal in the field of educational technology, sponsored by two graduate schools of education. IJET publishes on-line articles twice per year. The first issue was published in July 1999. The journal covers educational theory. Distance Education Journals
  12. 12. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 12  International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning (http://www.irrodl.org/)  IRRODL is a refereed, interactive on-line journal since July 2000, published by Athabasca University, Canada. The journal covers theory, research, and best practice in open and distance learning. Two sections are presented. The Main section consists of refereed, scholarly articles, featuring theory, research and/or best practice in open and distance learning. The Notes section consists of book reviews and shorter articles or abstracts which are not refereed. Distance Education Journals
  13. 13. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 13  Journal of Distance Education (http://cade.athabascau.ca/)  The purpose of Journal of Distance Education is to promote and encourage scholarly work of an empirical and theoretical nature that relates to distance education in Canada. The on-line journal is published in English or French twice per year since 1986. JDE covers a very wide spectrum, from educational theory, field practice experience, survey, distance learning projects, distance learning management, to short notes and newsletters. Distance Education Journals
  14. 14. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 14  Journal of Distance Learning Administration (http://www.westga.edu/~distance/jmain11.html)  The focus of this journal is on the management issue of distance education programs. As a peer- reviewed electronic journal, JDLA publishes four issues on-line each year since 1998, by the State University of West Georgia. The journal is unique in its focus on administration in different levels of distance education programs. Distance Education Journals
  15. 15. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 15  William W. Lee, Diana L. Owens, Multimedia-Based Instructional Design: Computer-Based Training, Web-Based Training, and Distance Learning, April 2000  Rena M. Palloff, Keith Pratt, Building Learning Communities in Cyberspace: Effective Strategies for the Online Classroom (The Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education Series), April 1999  Rena M. Palloff, Keith Pratt, Lessons from the Cyberspace Classroom: The Realities of Online Teaching (Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education Series), March 2001  Donald E. Hanna, 147 Practical Tips for Teaching Online Groups: Essentials of Web-Based Education, Textbook Binding, August 2000  Karen Mantyla, Interactive Distance Learning Exercises that Really Work!  Karen Mantyla, The 2000/2001 ASTD Distance Learning Yearbook: The Newest Trends and Technologies, 2001  Darin E. Hartley, On-Demand Learning: Training in the New Millennium  Jack J. Phillips, In Action: Implementing E-Learning Solutions  France Belanger, Evaluation and Implementation of Distance Learning: Technologies, Tools and Techniques, July 2000  Peterson, Guide to Distance Learning Programs 2001 (Peterson's Guide to Distance Learning Programs, 5th Ed), October 2000  Chere C. Gibson, Distance Learners in Higher Education: Institutional Responses for Quality Outcomes (Diversity Series No. 1), March 1998
  16. 16. ACM Multimedia 2002 Tutorial 16  Thomas E. Cyrs, Teaching and Learning at a Distance: What It Takes to Effectively Design, Deliver, and Evaluate Programs (New Directions for Teaching and Learning, September 1997  Lynnette R. Porter, Creating the Virtual Classroom: Distance Learning with the Internet  William B. Sanders, Creating Learning-Centered Courses for the World Wide Web  Betty Collis, Jef Moonen, Flexible Learning in a Digital World : Experiences and Expectations (Open and Distance Learning Series)  Marc Eisenstadt, Tom Vincent, The Knowledge Web: Learning and Collaborating on the Net (Open and Distance Learning Series)  Gilly Salmon, E-Moderating: The Key to Teaching and Learning Online (Open and Distance Learning Series), October 1997  Robert A. Cole, Issues in Web-Based Pedagogy: A Critical Primer (The Greenwood Educators' Reference Collection), June 2000  Marvin Evans, The internet and undergraduate distance education: status of major public universities, 2001  Rosenberg, Marc Jeffrey, E-learning: strategies for delivering knowledge in the digital age, New York:McGraw-Hill, 2001  Willis, Barry Donald, Distance education: tools and strategies; Distance education: strategies and tools, Washington, DC: AECT, 1994  George P. Connick, The distance learner's guide, Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunications, 1999  Linda K. Lau, Distance learning technologies: issues, trends and opportunities, Hershey, PA: Idea Group Pub., 2000  Williams, Marcia L., Distance learning: the essential guide, Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 1999 Distance Education Books