Course components and relevant research

References

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Bull, K., Shuler, P., Overton, R., Kimball, S., Boykin, C., & Griffin, J. (1999). Processes for developing scaffolding in a computer mediated learning environment. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 429 765). Retrieved March 11, 2003.  Rural Special Education for the New Millennium. Conference Proceedings of the American Council on Rural Special Education (ACRES) (19th, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 25-27, 1999)

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Fisher, M. (2000-2001). “Design guidelines for optimum teaching and learning on the web.” Journal of Educational Technology Systems, (29)2, 107-118.

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Parkes, J., & Harris, M. (2002). “The purpose of a syllabus.” College Teaching, 50(2), 55-61.

Sherer, P., & Shea, T. (Winter 2002). “Designing courses outside the classroom: New opportunities with the electronic delivery toolkit.” College Teaching, 50(1), 15-20.

Shulman, L. (November/December 2002). “Making differences: A table of learning.” Change, 34(6), 36-44. Available online at http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/elibrary/docs/making_differences.htm.

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