Recommended Reading for Blended Learning?

Below appears to be the list of texts that the University of Winchester has in its library in relation to Blended (or E-) Learning, and I would be interested to know what more up-to-date texts you have found useful? I’ll be back with more links… Banks, S. Lally, V. & McConnell, D. (2002) Collaborative E-Learning […]

Letting Go of the Words

Full Title: Letting Go of the Words: Writing Web Content That Works Author: Janice (Ginny) Redish Publisher: Morgan Kaufman Date: 2007 “On the web, whether on the job or at home, we usually want to grab information and use it quickly. We go to the web to get answers to questions or to complete tasks […]

Writing for Multimedia and the Web

Full Title: Writing for Multimedia and the Web: A Practical Guide to Content Development for Interactive Media Author: Timothy Garrand Publisher: Focal Press Date: 2006 (3rd edition) “Learning how to write for just one type of interactive media, such as web sites or games, is not enough – to be truly successful as an interactive […]

Producing for the Web

Whittaker, Jason, Producing for the Web, 2000 Whittaker is a lecturer in journalism, media and English in the UK, specilising in international journalism, and the academic slant can be seen in the book, which is quite theoretical. He doesn’t want to get too technical, but feels a good understanding of the history, structure, workings and […]

The Non-Designer's Web Book

Williams, Robin & Tollett, John,┬áThe Non-Designer’s Web Book,┬áPeachpit, 2000 This book is now in its second edition, written by a pair from a graphic design background, who love to use Macintosh computers, and with a slightly wacky sense of fun. It is very good as a basic introduction to the Internet, how it works, and […]