CMS     Innovation     T&L-General     T&L w/Technology

Innovation Adoption and Diffusion/Change

Agarwal, Ritu and Karahanna, Elena. On the Multi-Dimensional Nature of Compatibility Beliefs in Technology Acceptance.

Ash, J. S. Factors Affecting the Diffusion of Online End User Literature Searching. Bull Med Libr Assoc. 1999 January; 87 (1): 5866.

Ash, Joan S. Factors Affecting the Diffusion of the Computer-Based Patient Record.

Bibliography of Innovation Diffusion Dissertation Abstracts from 1950 to 2001.

Carr, Jr. V. H. Technology Adoption and Diffusion.

Couros, Alec for Kesten, Cyril. Innovation, Change Theory and the Acceptance of New Technologies: A Lit Review. November 2003.

Daugherty, Terry and Reece, Bonnie B. The Adoption of Persuasive Internet Communication in Advertising and Public Relations Curricula. Journal of Interactive Advertising, Volume 3, Number 1, Fall 2002.

Diffusion of Innovation Theory.

Diffusion of Innovations Useful Web Links.

Dooley, Kim E. Towards a Holistic Model for the Diffusion of Educational Technologies: An Integrative Review of Educational Innovation Studies. Educational Technology & Society 2(4) 1999 ISSN 1436-4522.

Educational Change Models - Steven McGriff - PSU -

Elaboration Theory (C. Reigeluth).

Ellsworth, James B.

Ellsworth, James B. Technology and Change for the Information Age. The Technology Source, October 1997.

Ensminger, David C. and Surry, Daniel W. Faculty Perceptions of Factors that Facilitate the Implementation of Online Programs.

Grunwald, Heidi. 2001. Factors affecting faculty adoption and sustained use of instructional technology in traditional classrooms.

Innovation & Diffusion.

Jebeile, Sam and Reeve, Robert. The Diffusion of E-Learning Innovations in an Australian Secondary College: Strategies and Tactics for Educational Leaders. The Innovation Journal, Vol. 8 (4), 2003.

Learning, Technology and Educational Transformation - Examining the Ed. Tech. Metamorphosis: Emerging Butterfly or Deleterious Root Worm? Adoption and diffusion of innovations; Adoption of technological innovations.

Mattila, Minna. Factors Affecting The Adoption Of Mobile Banking Services. JIBC.

Prescott, Mary B. and Conger, Sue A. Information technology innovations: a classification by IT locus of impact and research approach. DATA BASE Advances, May/August 1995, Vol. 26, Nos. 2 & 3.

Schaffer, Scott P. and Keller, John. Measuring the Results of Performance Improvement Interventions. (Pre-publication draft to appear in Performance Improvement Quarterly, 16.1 or 16.2, 2003)

Schubart, Jane R. and Einbinder, Jonathan S. Evaluation of a Data Warehouse in an Academic Health Sciences Center.

Sherry, Lorraine. An Integrated Technology Adoption and Diffusion Model.

Sherry, Lorraine. Public Information Writing - links to her publications.

Sherry, Lorraine. Technology Adoption and Integration: Adoption and diffusion of interactive technologies into the curriculum (meta-index).

Sherry, Lorraine; Billig, Shelley; Tavalin, Fern; and Gibson, David. New Insights on Technology Adoption in Schools. THE Journal, February 2000.

Sonnenwald, Diane H.; Maglaughlin, Kelly L.; Whitton, Mary C. Using Innovation Diffusion Theory to Guide Collaboration Technology Evaluation: Work in Progress. Survey Instrument

Surry, Daniel W. A Model for Integrating Instructional Technology into Higher Education.

Surry, Daniel W. Diffusion Theory and Instructional Technology.

Surry, Daniel W. and Ely, Donald P. Adoption, Diffusion, Implementation, and Institutionalization of Educational Technology.

Surry, Daniel W., Ensminger, David C., Jones, Melissa. A Model for Integrating Instructional Technology into Higher Education.

Surry, Daniel W. and Farquhar, John D. Diffusion Theory and Instructional Technology. Journal of Instructional Science and Technology, vol. 2, no. 1, May 1997.

Surry, D.W. & Farquhar, J. D. (1996). Incorporating social factors into instructional design theory. In M. Bailey, & M. Jones, (Eds.) Work, Education, and Technology (pp. 6.1-6.8). DeKalb, IL: LEPS Press.

Systems Theory.

Tan, Margaret and Teo, Thompson S. H. Factors Influencing the Adoption of Internet Banking. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Vol. 1, Article 5, July 2000. Survey Instrument.

Tsang-Kosma, Winnie. Rogers' Diffusion and Adoption Research: What does it have to do with Instructional Technology?'.htm

Wilson, Brent. Links to his papers on ID, IT, Adoption and use of learning resources, etc.

Wilson, B., Sherry, L., Dobrovolny, J., Batty, M., & Ryder, M. (forthcoming). Adoption of learning technologies in schools and universities. In H. H. Adelsberger, B. Collis, & J. M. Pawlowski (Eds.), Handbook on information technologies for education & training. New York: Springer-Verlag.


Course Management Systems

Bailin, A. (2002). Blackboard and Beyond. World Conference on E-Learning in Corp., Govt., Health., & Higher Ed. 2002(1), 1159-1162. [Online]. Available:

Bao, J. (2000). Using TopClass to Facilitate Regular Educational Research Course. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2000(1), 1645-1648. [Online]. Available:

Boettcher, Judith V. Course management systems and learning principles: Getting to know each other. Syllabus, 7/1/03.

CMS Project Links from Brandeis University (including faculty survey).

Dabbagh, Nada. Using a web-based course management tool to support face-to-face instruction. The Technology Source, March/April 2002.

Dabbagh, N., Bannan-Ritland, B., & Silc, K. (1999). Web-Based Course Authoring Tools: Pedagogical Implications. World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 1999(1), 248-253. [Online]. Available:

Dean, D. (2003). The First Three Years of Blackboard At Eastern Washington University: Valuable Lessons from a Highly Successful Project. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2003(1), 895-901. [Online]. Available:

DeBourgh, Gregory A. Simple Elegance: Course Management Systems as Pedagogical Infrastructure to Enhance Science Learning. The Technology Source, May/June 2002.

EDUCAUSE Resource Library - CMS titles.

EDUCAUSE Resource Library - CMS titles.

Ehrman, Stephen C. and Gilbert, Steven W. Better off with or without your CMS? 5 kinds of assessment that can really help. Syllabus, 7/1/2003.

Frey, Barbara A. and Nicoll, Joanne M. The Hybrid Classroom: Using Course Management Software to Enhance Learning.

Goldberg, Murray W. Communication and Collaboration Tools in WebCT.

Gonzales, C., Parra, J., Bovard, B., & Holsombach-Ebner, C. (2003). Facilitating Online Teaching and Learning using Centra and WebCT. World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2003(1), 761-763. [Online]. Available:

Mackie, B., & Ziemer, N. (2003). A Course/Group Management System that fosters Community-CAMS. World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2003(1), 1596-1597. [Online]. Available:

Mann, Bruce L. (Perspectives in Web Course Management) Publications.

Mann, Bruce L. Phase Theory: A Taxonomy of Web Course Management.

Mann, Bruce L. Phase Theory: A Teleological Taxonomy of Web Course Management for Distance Education.

Mann, Bruce L. Web course management in higher education. Australian Education Computing, Vol. 14, No. 1, August 1999.

McKnight, R., & Demers, N. (2003). Evaluating Course Website Utilization By Students Using Web Tracking Software: A Constructivist Approach. International Journal on E-Learning 2(3), 13-17. [Online]. Available:

McKnight, Roberta; Glacken, Joan; Bohannon, Harriett; Rademacher, Craig; Bradley, Peggy; Edwards, Nancy. Principles of Online Design.

McMahon, M., & Luca, J. (2000). Courseware Management Tools and Customised Web Pages: Rationale, Comparisons and Evaluation. World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2000(1), 687-692. [Online]. Available:

McMillan, T., & LeGrand, D. (2003). Using Video Lectures and Course Management Software to Supplement a Traditional Classroom-based Course. World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2003(1), 396-397. [Online]. Available:

Mioduser, David; Nachmias, Rafi; Lahav, Orly and Oren, Avigail. Web-Based Learning Environments: Current Pedagogical and Technological State. JRCE, Volume 33, Number 1, Fall 2000.

Morihara, Bonnie. Practice and Pedagogy in University Web Teaching.

Musgrove, A., Knee, R., Rodney, D., & Musgrove, G. (2001). Using WebCT 3 to Create Web-based Learning for Multiple Learning Styles. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2001(1), 1455-1459. [Online]. Available:

MyGateway User Survey.

Nicoll, Joanne M. and Laudato, Nicholas C. Assessing the Impact on Students of Online Materials in University Courses. Fall 1999.

Oliver, R., & McLoughlin, C. (1999). Curriculum and Learning-Resources Issues Arising From the Use of Web-Based Course Support Systems. International Journal of Educational Telecommunications 5(4), 419-435. [Online]. Available:

O'Sullivan, Mary F. What Belongs on an Instructional Website: A Discussion and Checklist.

Park-Kim, Kwi. Improving interactivity in online courses.

Piguet, Allison and Peraya, Daniel. Creating web-integrated learning environments: An analysis of WebCT authoring tools in respect to usability. Australian Journal of Educational Technology 2000, 16(3), 302-314.

Pringle, R. (2001). Extending the Learning Environment: Potentials and Possibilities in a Web Mediated Course. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2001(1), 1179-1181. [Online]. Available:

Sankar, C., Raju, P., & Marghitu, D. (2003). Use of Web tools to Enhance Student-Instructor Interactions: Experiences with WebCT and FrontPage. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2003(1), 1017-1020. [Online]. Available:

Shino, K., Bhattacharya, M., & Narita, S. (2003). Students' Reactions and Evaluation of Course Management Tool, GETA. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2003(1), 462-464. [Online]. Available:

Smyth, Thomas J. C. Promoting Generative Learning in an Online Course.


Teaching and Learning - General

Constructivist Theory (J. Bruner).

Constructivist Tools for Learning.

Entwistle, Noel. The use of research on student learning in quality assessment.

Fink, L. Dee. Active Learning.

Learner-Centered Principles, Design & Practices (NLII Key Theme).

Mapping the learning space: Learner-Centered Principles for Higher Education. NLII research project.

Marchese, Theodore J. The New Conversations About Learning: Insights From Neuroscience and Anthropology, Cognitive Science and Work-Place Studies.

Merrill, M. David. First Principles of Instruction.

Reigeluth, Charles M. (Editor). Instructional-Design Theories and Models, Volume II. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999.

Reigeluth, Charles M. What is the New Paradigm of Instructional Theory.

RITE - Research Initiative for  Teaching Effectiveness at UCF.


Teaching and Learning with Technology

ADEC - Guiding Prinicples for Distance Learning.

American Center for the Study of Distance Education (Penn State).

Anderson, N. (2000). Web-Based: Instructional Effectiveness. World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2000(1), 1583-1585. [Online]. Available:

Aston, Philip W. Task Design and the Interweaving of Synchrony and Asynchrony.

Bonk, Curtis Jay. Articles and presentations.

Bonk, Curtis J. Just a lot of Bonk.

Bonk, Curtis Jay; Cummings, Jack A.; Hara, Noriko; Fischler, Robert B.; Myung Lee, Sun. A Ten Level Web Integration Continuum for Higher Education: New Resources, Partners, Courses, and Markets.

Broida, John. Using the Web to Quiz Students Before Class Improves Grades and More.

Brown, David G. Hybrid Courses are Best. Syllabus, 8/1/01.

Brown, John Seely. Growing up digital: How the web changes work, education, and the ways people learn.

Brown, N., Johnson, M., & Coe, J. (1999). The "Virtual Classroom": Perspectives From Educators And Students On Computer-Supported Instruction In Higher Education. World Conference on the WWW and Internet 1999(1), 1679-1679. [Online]. Available:

Butler, Susan M. Creating a constructivist on-line learning environment.

Butler, Susan M. Utilizing on-line discussions to maximize learning of pre-service science interns during the clinical experience.

Campus Computing Project, The.

Carvalho, C., & Machado, A. (2000). Upgrading Face to Face Higher Education Learning Using a Web Based Environment. World Conference on the WWW and Internet 2000(1), 955-956. [Online]. Available:

Center for Academic Transformation Articles (RPI).

Chickering, Arthur W. and Ehrmann, Stephen C. Implementing the seven principles: Technology as lever.

Cooper, Linda W. Online and Traditional Computer Applications Classes. THE Journal, March 2001.

CRITO - The Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations at the University of California, Irvine.

Cross, Rob. Introduction to Organizational Network Analysis.

Dalgarno, Barney. Choosing Learner Activities for Specific Learning Outcomes: A Tool for Constructivist Computer Assisted Learning Design.

Dennen, Vanessa. The Art & Science of Developing an Asynchronous Discussion Topic.

Driscoll, M. Ten Things We Know About Teaching Online.

EDUCAUSE Resource Library - Hybrid Courses titles.

EDUCAUSE Resource Library - Learning Environments titles.

Edwards, Clark and Fritz, Janie Harden. Evaluation of three educational online delivery approaches.

Frank, A. J. Professors utilize more technology: University professors, students see increasing dependence on Internet, media in teaching. The Cavalier Daily Online, 3/02/04.

Franklin, Sue and Peat, Mary. Managing change: The use of mixed delivery modes to increase learning opportunities. Australian Journal of Educational Technology 2001, 17(1), 37-49.

Freeman, Mark A. Flexibility in access, interaction and assessment: The case for web-based teaching programs. Australian Journal of Educational Technology 1997, 13(1), 23-39.

Freeman, Mark A. and Capper, John M. Exploiting the web for education: An anonymous asynchronous role simulation. Australian Journal of Educational Technology 1999, 15(1), 95-116.

Fulkerth, Robert. Finessing the online teaching/learning environment: Structuring and evaluating group work, reshaping the research project, and managing plagiarism.

Graham, Charles; Cagiltay, Kursat; Lim, Byung-Ro; Craner, Joni; Duffy, Thomas M. Seven Principles of Effective Teaching: A Practical Lens for Evaluating Online Courses. The Technology Source, March/April 2001.

Gracie, Cheryl Davisson. Using On-line Technologies to Increase Student Accountability for the Learning Experience: (Avoiding the "Hybrid" Classroom Model).

Greening, Tony. WWW Support of Student Learning: A case study. Australian Journal of Educational Technology
1998, 14(1), 49-59.

Gross, Daniel D.; Burford, Vicki N.; Lacy, Kirk P. Online and Traditional Course Preparation, Delivery and Assessment: A Comparative Study.

Hara, Noriko and Kling, Rob. Students' Frustrations with a Web-Based Distance Education Course. First Monday.

Harkness, William L.; Lane, Jill L.; Harwood, John D. A Cost-Effective Model for Teaching Elementary Statistics with Improved Student Performance. JALN, Vol. 7, Issue 2, July 2003.

Hiltz, Starr Roxanne. Collaborative Learning in Asynchronous Learning Networks: Building Learning Communities.

Ho, Curtis P. and Tabata, Lynn N. Strategies for Designing Online Courses to Engage Student Learning.

Housego, Simon and Freeman, Mark. Case studies: integrating the use of web based learning systems into student learning. Australian Journal of Educational Technology 2000, 16(3), 258-282.

Hu, S. and Kuh, G.D. (2001, November 24). Computing Experience and Good Practices in Undergraduate Education: Does the Degree of Campus "Wiredness" Matter?, Education Policy Analysis Archives, 9(49). Retrieved [date] from

Hybrid Pedagogy.

Ikpa, Vivian W. Creating on-line courses or higher education students.

Institute for Learning Technologies - Pedagogy links.

Instruments and findings related to the impact of information technology on teaching and learning.

Joy II, Ernest H.and Garcia, Federico C. Measuring learning effectiveness: A new look at no-significant-difference findings. JALN Vol. 4, Issue 1, June 2000.

Joyes, Gordon. An evaluation model for supporting higher education lecturers in the integration of new learning technologies. Educational Technology & Society 3(4) 2000.

Karsten, Selia. Starting Simply: Mixed Mode Course Delivery.

Kearsley, Greg and Shneiderman, Ben. Engagement theory: A framework for technology-based teaching and learning.

Kelleher, Tom. IMHO: Supporting course objectives by getting students to engage in an online class discussion forum.

Koorey, Mary Ann. Differences in learning outcomes for the online and F2F versions of "An Introduction to Shakespeare". JALN, Volume 7, Issue 2 - July 2003.

Kuriloff, Peshe C. One Size Will Not Fit All. The Technology Source, July/August 2001.

Landry, Brett Jean-Louis. Student reactions to Web-enhanced instructional elements.

Leadership and the New Technologies.

Lefoe, Geraldine; Gunn, Cathy; Hedberg, John. Recommendations for teaching in a distributed learning environment: The students' perspective. Australian Journal of Educational Technology 2002, 18(1), 40-56.

Malone, P., Schryer, C., & Rossner-Merrill, V. (2000). Combining Instructional Models and Enabling Technologies to Embed Best Practices in Course Instructional Design. World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2000(1), 1685-1686. [Online]. Available:

Massy, William F. and Zemsky, Robert. Using Information Technology to Enhance Academic Productivity.

Mastery Quizzes. The Learning Marketspace, July 2003.

McCombs, Barbara L. U.S. Department of Education - The Secretary's Conference on Educational Technology 2000 - Assessing the Role of Educational Technology in the Teaching and Learning Process: A Learner-Centered Perspective.

McNett, Michael. Virtual Guest Lecturers: Bringing a World of Experts to Your Students.

Meyer, Katrina A. The Web's Impact on Student Learning. THE Journal, May 2003.

Miller, Brian. Technology in the Undergraduate Classroom: A Comparison of its Effect on Student Learning.

Morrison, James L. (Editor). Technology Tools for Today's Campuses.

National Center for Education Statistics. Computer and Internet Use by Children and Adolescents in 2001.

National Survey of Student Engagement 2002. From Promise to Progress: How Colleges and Universities are Using Student Engagement Results to Improve Collegiate Quality - 2002 Annual Report.

National Survey of Student Engagement 2003. Converting Data into Action: Expanding the Boundaries of Institutional Improvement - 2003 Annual Report.

Paulsen, Morten Flate. The Online Report on Pedagogical Techniques for Computer-Mediated Communication.

Poole, Bernard John. On-line and Traditional Course Preparation and Delivery: What a Difference the Web Makes!

Poole, Bernard John and Axmann, Mandi. Education Fact or Fiction: Exploring the Myths of Online Learning.

Power of the Internet for Learning: Moving from Promise to Practice. Web-based Education Commission Report.

Preparing Scholarly Reviews of the Literature: A Webtorial.

Presentations and publications related to Distributed Learning from UCF.

Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE)..

Reeves, Tom. Evaluating what really matters in computer-based education.

Seven Principles for Good Practice Resource Page.

Shachar, Mickey and Neumann, Yoram. Differences between traditional and distance education academic performances: A meta-analytic approach. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning (October 2003).

Shearer, Rick. No Significant Difference and Distance Education.

Smith, Glenn Gordon; Ferguson, David; Caris, Mieke. Teaching College Courses Online vs Face-to-Face. THE Journal, April 2001.

Surveying the Digital Future - Year 3 Report.

Teaching and Learning Styles that Facilitate Online Learning - Australian National Training Authority. .

Teaching at an Internet Distance: the Pedagogy of Online Teaching and Learning, The Report of a 1998-1999 University of Illinois Faculty Seminar.

Teachopolis - Distance Ed University - summaries of seminal research studies.

TeleLearning Experience - research projects.

Teles, Lucio. The Use of Web Instructional Tools by Online Instructors. The Technology Source, May/June 2002.

Texas Center for Educational Technology.

Twigg, Carol A. Improving learning and reducing costs: Lessons Learned from Round 1 of the Pew Grant Program in Course Redesign.

Twigg, Carol A. Innovations in Online Learning: Moving Beyond No Significant Difference.

Twigg, Carol A. Mastery Quizzes. The Learning Marketspace, July 2003.

Twigg, Carol A. Distance Education: An Oxymoron? The Learning Marketspace, July 2000.

Visions 2020: Transforming Education and Training Through Advanced Technologies.

Walker, Rhea; Sadera, Bill; Howard, Marv; Hall, Sara. Implementing a Collaborative and Networking Technology Group: The Early Adopters.

Walker, Scott L. Online Learning Environments Research.

Watson, R., & Boggs, C. (2003). Warming up the Chill: Integrating Technology into a General Chemistry Course. World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2003(1), 1881-1882. [Online]. Available:

What do you want to use technology for? Teaching/Learning Activities from UMUC.

What's the Difference? A Review of Contemporary Research on the Effectiveness of Distance Learning in Higher Education. The Institute for Higher Education Policy.

White, Noel; Ringstaff, Cathy; Kelley, Loretta. Getting the most from technology in schools. 

Young, Jeffrey R. 'Hybrid' teaching seeks to end the divide between traditional and online instruction. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 3/22/02.


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