Resources: Literature Review

Authors Title
The e-portfolio continuum: Discovering variables for e-portfolio adoption within music education
B. Hughes;I. Joshi;J. Wareham Health 2.0 and Medicine 2.0: tensions and controversies in the field
Supporting small-group learning using multiple Web 2.0 tools: A case study in the higher education context
Y. Zuo;W. Hu;T. O Keefe Trust computing for social networking
Hamburg I., Engert S., Anke P., Marin M., Improving e-learning 2.0-based training strategies of SMEs through communities of practice
B. B. Ray;M. M. Hocutt Teacher-created, teacher-centered weblogs: Perceptions and practices
Benchmarking e-learning: trialling the “MIT90s” framework
Soumplis A., Koulocheri E., Kostaras N., Karousos N., Xenos M., Learning management systems and learning 2.0
C. Eaton;A. M. Memon An empirical approach to evaluating web application compliance across diverse client platform configurations
Knosel M., Engelke W., Helms H.-J., Bleckmann A., An appraisal of the current and potential value of Web 2.0 contributions to continuing education in oral implantology
Wang T.-H., Yen N.Y., Du Y.-L., Shih T.K A courseware authoring tool for achieving interoperability among various e-learning specifications based on Web 2.0 technologies
R. Kern;P. Ware;M. Warschauer Network-based language teaching
R. Sullivan Entrepreneurial learning and mentoring
Using social networking technology to enhance learning in higher education: A case study using facebook
Jones The dilemma of engagement and ownership in a portfolio for sustainability
N. T. Korfiatis;M. Poulos;G. Bokos Evaluating authoritative sources using social networks: an insight from Wikipedia
Saeed N., Sinnappan S., Adoption of Twitter in higher education - A pilot study
Burden K., Atkinson S. Evaluating pedagogical affordances of media sharing Web 2.0 technologies: A case study
K. Makri;C. Kynigos The role of blogs in studying the discourse and social practices of mathematics teachers
A. D. P. Papoiu;H. L. Tey;R. C. Coghill;H. Wang;G. Yosipovitch Cowhage-induced itch as an experimental model for pruritus. A comparative study with histamine-induced itch