Sunday, September 27, 2009

Consolidating References

I am consolidating references from previous assignments created during my last few classes. NCU will switch from APA version 5 to APA version 6 in January 2010, so the references are listed in a text format. Web sites, books, and articles are consolidated and this blog post will be used as I progress through the disseration phase. Any of the research/scholarly articles were found in many of the databases through NCU's library and referenced in the Research Strategies blog post and making connections through Twitter.

This list is not all inclusive, simply a blog post with many references which may or may not be used in future assignments. Any of the books listed are also linked in my Google Books library if they are available in Google Books. Please feel free to comment and provide recommendations or improvements as you read through the post.
How cool would this be if I could have everything I have ever read in my ePortfolio? Another great reason that students should be creating one...if for nothing else a collection of references for reflection.

Adams, D. (2008). Gaga for Google in the twenty-first century advanced placement language classroom. Clearing House, 82(2), 96-100. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

Badke, W. (2009). Google scholar and the researcher. Online (Weston, Conn). 33(3), 47-9.

Barrett, H. (2009). Google apps ePortfolios. Retrieved from:

Blachman, N. (2009). Google guide. Retrieved from:

Bodzin, A. M., & Cirucci, L. (2009). A land-use-planning simulation using Google earth. Science Scope. 32(7), 30-38.

Braender, L., Kapp, C., & Yeras, J. (2009). Using web technology to teach students about their digital world. Journal of Information Systems Education, 20(2), 145-153. Retrieved from ABI/INFORM Global. (Document ID: 1755224741).

Braender, L., Kapp, C., & Yeras, J. (2009). Students meet and create knowledge (SMACK). Retrieved from:

Branzburg, J. (2006). Use Google maps mashups in K-12 education. Technology & Learning. 26(10), 32.

Brown, J. S. & Adler, R. P. (2008). Minds on fire: Open education, the long tail and learning 2.0. EDUCAUSE Review, 43(1), 16–32. Retrieved from:

Buske, C., Dingman, J., McNally, D., Phil, J., & Wallace, B. (2009). Google tutor. – Tutorials, tips, and advice for Google users. Retrieved from:

Chillarege, K., Nordstrom, C. Williams, K. (2003). Learning from Our Mistakes: Error Management Training for Mature Learners. Journal of Business and Psychology. Vol 17, Iss 3.

Couros, A. (2006). Examining the open movement: Possibilities and implications for education. Campus-Wide Information Systems. Retrieved from:

Duffy, P. (2008). Engaging the YouTube Google-eyed generation: Strategies for using Web 2.0 in teaching and learning. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 6(2), 119-129. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

Fisch, K. & McLeod, S. (2009). Shift Happens. Retrieved from:

Goodstein, A. (2007). Totally wired what teens and tweens are really doing online. New York, NY: St. Martin's Press.

Google Apps. (2009). Go Google. Retrieved from:

Google Books. (2009). Retrieved from:

Google For Educators. (2009). Google web search - classroom lessons and resources. Retrieved from:

Google Scholar. (2009). About Google scholar. Retrieved from:

Google Teacher Academy. (2009). Resources - tools. Retrieved from:

Hargis, J., & Wilcox, S. (2008). Ubiquitous, free, and efficient online collaboration tools for teaching and learning. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education (TOJDE), 9(4), 9-17. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

Harzing, A. (2008). Google scholar - a new data source for citation analysis. Retrieved from:

Holland, J., & Anderson, S. (2008). Google earth and GPS activities for U.S. history & geography, grades 5-8. Eugene, OR: Visions Technology.

Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2007). Google Scholar citations and Google web/URL citations: A multi-discipline exploratory analysis. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58(7), 1055. Retrieved from ABI/INFORM Global.

Petra, T. (2009). Using Google earth in the math curriculum. Retrieved from:

Pletka, B. (2007). Educating the net generation: How to engage students in the 21st century. Santa Monica, CA: Santa Monica Press.

Rienzo, T., & Han, B. (2009). Microsoft or Google web 2.0 tools for course management. Journal of Information Systems Education. 20(2), 123-127.

Stephens, K., Houser, M., & Cowan, R. (2009). R U Able to meat me: The impact of students' overly casual email messages to instructors. Communication Education, 58(3), 303. Retrieved from ProQuest Education Journals.

Vogel, C. (2009). A call for collaboration. District Administration, 45(5), 22-25. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

Weinberger, D. (2007). Everything is miscellaneous: The power of the new digital disorder. New York: Times Books.

Windham, C. (2005). Father Google & Mother IM: Confessions of a net gen learner. EDUCAUSE Review, 40(5), 42-58. Retrieved from ABI/INFORM Global.

Yenerall, J. D. (2003). Educating An Aging Society: The University of the Third Age in Finland. Educational Gerontology. 29(8).

As always, comments are appreciated.

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