Guidelines for Educational Uses of Networks
We are collecting here a rich variety of guidelines of how to use networks in
powerful ways for education. Here is our current set, in chronological
- Levin, Rogers, Waugh, & Smith's "Observations on Educational Electronic Networks:
The Importance of Appropriate Activities for Learning"
- Rogers, Andres, Jacks & Clauset's
"Telecommunications in the Classroom: Keys to Successful Telecomputing"
- Margaret Riel's "Learning Circles: Virtual Communities for Elementary and Secondary Schools"
- Al Rogers' "Keys to Successful Projects"
- Waugh, Levin, & Smith's "Organizing Electronic Network-Based Instructional Interactions: Successful Strategies and Tactics"
- Spitzer, Wedding, & DiMauro's "Fostering
Reflective Dialogues for Teacher Professional Development"
- Judi Harris' "Organizing and Facilitating Telecollaborative Projects"
- Al Rogers' "Global Literacy in a Gutenberg Culture"
- Armadillo's Collection of
Acceptable Use Policies
- Center for Children and Technology's
"On-line learning, on-line communities"
- Jim Levin's AERA '95 paper "Organizing educational network interactions:
Steps towards a theory of network-based learning environments"
- Marc Siegel & Steven Hodas'
"Lessons Learned During the 1994 Sharing NASA Program"
- Lynn Schrum's "Ethical Electronic Research Guidelines"
- Jim Levin & Michael Waugh's "Educational Network Project Planning Guide"
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