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Web Projects: SELECTED REFERENCES AND ADDITIONAL RESOURCES


SELECTED REFERENCES AND ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

The Children's Partnership. Online Content for Low-Income and Underserved Americans: The Digital Divide's New Frontier. Santa Monica, CA: The Children's Partnership, 2000.

The Children's Partnership. Online Content for Low-Income and Underserved Americans: An Issue Brief by the Children's Partnership. Santa Monica, CA: The Children's Partnership, 2002.

Cromley, Jennifer. "Learning with Computers: The Theory Behind the Practice." Focus on Basics December, 2000: 6-11.

Dimock, Victoria. Applying Technology to Restructuring and Learning. Austin, TX: Southwest Educational Development Laboratory, 2000.

Donnelly, Maura. "Building a Web Site in an ABE Class." Focus on Basics December, 2000: 20-24.

Gaer, Susan. "Less Teaching and More Learning." Focus on Basics December, 1998: 9-12.

Hacker, Emily and Mary Ann CapeHart. Surfing for Substance: a Professional Development Guide to Integrating the World Wide Web into Adult Literacy Instruction. New York: The Literacy Assistance Center, 1999.

Knowles, Malcolm. The Adult Learner: A Neglected Species (4th edition). Houston: Gulf Publishing, 1990.

Wrigley, Heide S. "Knowledge in Action: The Promise of Project-Based Learning." Focus on Basics December, 1998: 13-18.

The World Wide Web Consortium. [Online] Available at: http://www.w3.org.

WebTeacher. [Online] Available at: http://www.techcorps.org/webteacher.

Zarcadoolas Christina, Mercedes Blanco, and John F. Boyer. "Unweaving the Web: an Exploratory Study of Low-Literate Adults' Navigation Skills on the World Wide Web." Journal of Health Communication, 7 (2002): 309­324.

Last Updated October 23, 2003