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The following link takes you to CITES, a list of current citations from a site on new technologies from the library at UC-Berkeley ( It is only available online. Current Cites

(items in bold indicate special features)

Arbaugh, J. B. (2000). "Virtual Classroom Characteristics and Student Satisfaction with Internet-Based MBA Courses." Journal of Management Education, 24, 1: 32-54.

Arbaugh, J. B. (2000). "Virtual Classroom Versus Physical Classroom: An Exploratory Study of Class Discussion Patterns and Student Learning in an Asynchronous Internet-Based MBA Course." Journal of Management Education, 2: 213 - 233.

Carnevale, Dean, (2001). "Teachers Union urges colleges to adopt its distance-education standards". The Chronicle of Higher Education, (January 17).

Carswell, Alan and Viswanath Venkatesh (2002). "Learner Outcomes in an Asynchronous Distance Education Environment." International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 56: 475-494.

Chickering, Arthur W., and Stephen C. Ehrmann (1996). "Implementing the seven principles: technology as lever". American Association for Higher Education Bulletin: 3-6.

Cooper, Linda, (1999). "Anatomy of online course". T H E Journal, (February), v26, i7, p49-51.

Cooper, Linda, (2000). "Online Courses". T H E Journal, (March), v27, i8, p86-92.

Ehrmann, Stephen C. (date not listed) "Asking the Right Questions: What Does Research Tell Us About Technology and Higher Learning?" Annenberg/CPB

Graham, C., Cagiltay, K. , Lim, B., Craner, J. and Duffy, T. (2001). Seven Principles of Effective Teaching:A Practical Lens for Evaluating Online Courses, The Technology Source, March/April, 2001.

M.A.M., (2000). "Online learners share their thoughts". Technology & Learning (January), v20, i6, p20.

Muse, Herbert E. Jr. (2003). "The Web-based Community College Student: An Examination of Factors that Lead to Success and Risk." The Internet and Higher Education, 6: 241-261.

Phipps, Ronald, J. Merisotis, et al (April, 2000). "Benchmarks for Success in Internet-Based Distance Education." Prepared by The Institute for Higher Education Policy for Blackboard and the National Education Association.

Seiler, Vicky and Michael Seiler (Spring 2002). Professors Who Make The Grade." Review of Business, 23, 2: 39-44

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