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15 August 1996

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Electronic References

WWW Papers and Documents Relating to the Math Forum

Cyberspace Innkeeping: Building Online Community. Coate, J. (1992)

The Electronic Emissary: Bringing Together Students, Teachers, and Subject Matter Experts. Harris, J. August/September 1994 "Mining the Internet" column, The Computing Teacher.

Conceptual frameworks for network learning environments: Constructing personal and shared knowledge spaces. Jacobson, M. J. & Levin, J. A. (in press). International Journal of Educational Telecommunications.

Learning Circles: Virtual Communities for Elementary and Secondary Schools. Riel, Margaret.

Managing the Virtual Commons: Cooperation and Conflict in Computer Communities. Computer-Mediated Communication, Kollock, Peter and Marc Smith (in press)., Herring, S.(Ed.) Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Organizing and Facilitating Telecollaborative Projects. Harris, J. February 1995 "Mining the Internet" column, The Computing Teacher, Volume 22 Number 5, pp. 66-69.

Organizing educational network interactions: Steps towards a theory of network-based learning environments. Levin, J. (1995). AERA '95

Organizing Electronic Network-Based Instructional Interactions: Successful Strategies and Tactics. Waugh, M. L., Levin, J. A., & Smith, K. (1994). A two-part article inThe Computing Teacher, 21(5), 21-22; 21(6), 48-50.

Teaching Teleapprenticeships in a Freshman Biology Course. Levin, S., Levin, J., & Boehmer, R. (1994). Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans LA, April 1994.

Voices from the WELL: The logic of the virtual commons. Smith, M. A. (1992).

Constructing Good Web Sites for Education

WebCraft, a book on web site design by Alan Eyzaguirre

WWW Constructivist Project Design Guide for Educators: A guide to initiate experienced educators into designing constructivist, cooperative learning projects around the World Wide Web.

WWW Style Guide, Center for Advanced Instructional Media (Yale)

World Wide Web Technologies

GroupLens: An Open Architecture for Collaborative Filtering. The GroupLens project seeks to alleviate the problem of information overload by applying collaborative filtering techniques to Usenet news and other Internet resources.

Information Filtering Resources (Information Filtering Project, Univ. of Maryland). Attempts to list all known Internet-accessible information filtering resources.

WWW Collaboration Projects - Daniel LaLiberte. A list of resources about collaboration technologies and WWW projects that support collaboration by participants.

Hypermedia and Pedagogy

Andy Carvin's HTML Crash Course for Educators - a tutorial that provides an introduction to the basics of HTML design and style.

Constructivism, Technology, and the Future of Classroom Learning (ILT, Columbia University) (1992). Erik F. Strommen, Children's Television Workshop & Bruce Lincoln, Bank Street College of Education.

Courseware for Higher Education on the World-Wide Web. (Revised 1996). Kim Amato, Sharon Fitzgerald.

Electronic Networks in Educational Settings: In Pursuit of Community. Tom Keating: Qualifying Paper, Curriculum and Teacher Education, November, 1994.

The Epistemology and Learning Group (MIT) - papers that explore how new technologies can enable new ways of thinking, learning, and designing. The group creates new "tools to think with" and explores how these tools can help bring about change in real-world settings, such as schools, museums, and under-served communities.

Fostering Reflective Dialogues for Teacher Professional Development. William Spitzer, Kelly Wedding, Vanessa DiMauro. TERC, 1994.

Globewide Network Academy: an educational and research organization dedicated to creating a central listing of online courses and degree programs worldwide.

Guidelines for Educational Use of Networks (Learning Resource Server, College of Education, University of Illinois) (UIUC).

Institute for Learning Technology, Columbia University (Documents and Papers). Founded in 1986 at Teachers College, Columbia University, the Institute works to advance the role of computers and other information technologies in education and society.

Judi Harris' Mining the Internet columns from The Computing Teacher/Learning and Leading with Technology (ISTE). Articles designed to show educators how to design educational online activities.

The Sociology of Hyperspace (Soc. 391, Spring 1995, Bradley University, Peoria, IL). A collaborative project with coordinating professors from a variety of disciplines including sociology, physics, philosophy, business, art, English, women's studies, and computer science that examines the contemporary revolution in human interaction via computer.

Technology and Education: New Wine in New Bottles (ILT Pedagogy). Luyen Chou, Robert McClintock, Frank Moretti, & Don H. Nix. New York: New Lab for Teaching and Learning, 1993.

UIUC Learning Resource Server (College of Education, Univ. of Illinois). The LRS is designed to provide access to real projects of teachers and students and the work of researchers who are articulating new visions of what learning can be, and to aid in creating new knowledge.

The Use of Participatory Design in the Implementation of Internet-based Collaborative Learning Activities in K12 Classrooms. From Interpersonal Computing and Technology: An Electronic Journal for the 21st Century, Vol 2,No 3, July, 1994.

The World Lecture Hall: University Classes Using the Web (University of Texas, Austin).

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