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Nicol, D.J. and Macfarlane-Dick, D. (2006) Formative assessment and self‐regulated learning: a model and seven principles of good feedback practice. Studies in Higher Education 31(2): 2-19.
Theall, M. and Franklin J.L. (2010). Assessing Teaching Practices and Effectiveness for Formative Purposes. In: A Guide to Faculty Development. KJ Gillespie and DL Robertson (Eds). Jossey Bass: San Francisco, CA.
Trumbull, E., & Lash, A. (2013). Understanding formative assessment: Insights from learning theory and measurement theory. San Francisco: WestEd.
Effective Social Media Practices and Good Online Teaching (Joshua Kim, 2015. Inside Higher Ed .)
Effective Use of New Media Learning and Technology (Arnold, Guthrie, and Thill, 2012. Forum for the Future of Higher Education. 61-69.)
Head, Allison J. and Michael B. Eisenberg. (2009). Project Information Literacy Progress Report.
"How Would You Go About Converting a Face to Face Class to an E-Learning Format?" Author: Christopher Pappas
Kennedy, K., Nowak, S., Raghuraman, R., Thomas, J., and Davis, S. F. (2000). Academic dishonesty and distance learning: Student and faculty views. College Student Journal. 34(2): 309-314.
Man, Chuah Kee. (2014). Luring the Lurkers: Increasing Participations in the Online Discussions of a Blended Learning Course . International Journal on E-Learning Practices (IJELP). 1(1): 49-58.
McGee, Patricia. (2013) Supporting Academic Honesty in Online Courses . Journal of Educators Online. 10 (1).
Nine Ways to Reduce Cognitive Load in Multimedia Learning (Richard E. Mayer & Roxana Moreno, 2003. Educational Psychologist , 38(1), 43-52).
SBU’s Blackboard Help Site
Strategies for Managing Large Online Classes Authors: Elison-Bowers, P., Sand, J., Rose Barlow, M., & Wing, T. of Boise State University.
“Structured Design Approach for Converting Classroom Courses for Online Delivery Authors: M. L. Fletcher and A. W. Bjerkaas
Swan, K. (2003). Learning effectiveness: what the research tells us. In J. Bourne & J. C. Moore (Eds) Elements of Quality Online Education, Practice and Direction. Needham, MA: Sloan Center for Online Education, 13-45.
Time Management Strategies for Online Teachers from the University of Wisconsin.
Virtual Sections: A Creative Strategy for Managing Large Online Classes Author: Lisa Panagopoulos, Page 7 of the Faculty Focus Special Report: 11 Strategies for Managing Online Courses.
Sample Online Syllabi:
Sample Stony Brook Syllabi Exemplars with Measurable Learning Outcomes:
- BIO 205 Dr. Marvin O'Neal
- GEO 102 Dr. Hanna Nekvasil
- LIN 431 Dr. Robert Hoberman
- MAR 104 Dr. Kurt Bretsch
Clickers in the Large Classroom: Current Research and Best-Practice Tips (Caldwell - URL to Stony Brook libraries, link to full text, must login with NetID)