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British Columbia Teachers' Federation. (2007). Distributed Learning in British Columbia Schools, 2006-2007. Retrieved from http://bctf.ca/publications/ResearchReports.aspx?id=9248


Canadian Council on Learning (2009). State of E-Learning in Canada. Retrieved from http://www.ccl cca.ca/CCL/Reports/StateELearning.html

 

Kuehne, L. (2010). DL Working Conditions (2010 Survey): Distributed Learning Action Research Project. Retrieved from http://bctf.ca/uploadedFiles/Public/Issues/Technology/DL WorkingConditionsOct2010.pdf

 

Nielsen, S. M. (2008). “Half bricks and half clicks”: Is blended onsite and online teaching and learning the best of both worlds? In M. S. Plakhotnik & S. M. Nielsen (Eds.), Proceedings of the Seventh Annual College of Education Research Conference: Urban and International Education Section. 105-110. Miami: Florida International University. Retrieved from http://coeweb.fiu.edu/research_conference/

 

North Carolina Community College System (2010). Open Source Collaborative: Moodle Assessment Report. Retrieved from http://oscmoodlereport.wordpress.com/

 

Rovai, A.P & Jordan, H.M., (2004). Blended Learning and sense of community: a comparative analysis with traditional and fully online graduate courses. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning. Aug. 2004. Retrieved from http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/192/795

 

Winkelmans, T. (2010). British Columbia Ministry of Education E-Learning Update 2010. Retrieved from http://cuebc.ca/cue/cuebc-conference/conference-2010/

 

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