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Acikalin, M. (2009). Pre-service elementary teachers' beliefs about use of the Internet in the social studies classroom. European Journal of Teacher Education, 32, 305-320.

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Ben-Peretz, M., & Kupferberg, I. (2007). Does teachers’ negotiation of personal cases in an interactive cyber forum contribute to their professional learning? Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 13, 125-143.

Bentley, J. P. H., Tinney, M. V., & Chia, B. H. (2006). Intercultural Internet-based learning: Know your audience and what it values. Educational Technology Research and Development, 53, 117-127.

Berge, O., & Fjuk, A. (2006). Understanding the roles of online meetings in a Net-based course. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 22, 13-23.

Berge, Z. L. (2002). Obstacles to distance training and education in corporate organizations. Journal of Workplace Learning, 14, 182-189.

Bernard, R. M., Abrami, P. C., Lou, Y., Borokhovski, E., Wade, A., Wozney, L., Wallet, P. A., Fiset, M., & Huang, B. (2004). How does distance education compare with classroom instruction? A meta-analysis of the empirical literature. Review of Educational Research, 74, 379-439.

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Bickle, M. C., & Carroll, J. C. (2003). Checklist for quality Online instruction: Outcomes for learners, the professor and the institution. College Student Journal, 37, 208-218.

Bishop, C., & Foster, C. (2011). Thinking styles: Maximizing online supported learning. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 44, 121-139.

Bishop-Clark, C., Dietz-Uhler, B., & Fisher, A. (2006-2007). The effects of personality type on Web-based distance learning. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 35, 491-506.

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Bodemer, D., & Dehler, J. (2011). Group awareness in CSCL environments. Computers in Human Behavior, 27, 1043-1045.

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Bos, N., & Shami, S. N. (2006). Adapting a face-to-face role-playing simulation for online play. Educational Technology Research and Development, 54, 493-521.

Bosley, S., & Young, D. (2006). Online learning dialogues in learning through work. Journal of Workplace Learning, 18, 355-366.

Boulos, M. N. K., Maramba, I., & Wheeler, S. (2006). Wikis, blogs and podcasts: A new generation of Web-based tools for virtual collaborative clinical practice and education. BMC Medical Education, 6, 1-8.

Bowman, L. L., Levine, L. E., Waite, B. M., & Gendron, M. (2010). Can students really multitask? An experimental study of instant messaging while reading. Computers & Education, 54, 927-931.

Brahler, C. J., Quitadamo, I. J., & Johnson, E. C. (2002). Student critical thinking is enhanced by developing exercise prescriptions using online learning modules. Advances in Physiology Education, 26, 210-221.

Brand-Gruwel, S., Wopereis, I., & Walraven, A. (2009). A descriptive model of information problem solving while using Internet. Computers & Education, 53, 1207-1217.

Brảten, I., & Strømsø, H. I. (2006). Epistemological beliefs, interest, and gender as predictors of Internet-based learning activities. Computers in Human Behavior 22, 1027–1042.

Bray, M., Flowers, C., Gibson, P. (2003). Accessibility of school districts' Web sites: A descriptive study. Information Technology in Childhood Education Annual, 15, 209-221.

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Brinkerhoff, J., & Koroghlanian, C. M. (2005). Student computer skills and attitudes toward Internet-delivered instruction: An assessment of stability over time and place. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 32, 27-56.

Brinkerhoff, J., & Koroghlanian, C. M. (2007). Online students' expectations: Enhancing the fit between online students and course design. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 36, 383-393.

Brothen, T., & Wambach, C. (2004). The value of time limits on Internet quizzes. Teaching of Psychology, 31, 62-64.

Brown, K. G. (2001). Using computer to deliver training: Which employees learn and why? Personnel Psychology, 54, 271-296.

Browne, M. N., Freeman, K. E., & Williamson, C. L. (2000). The importance of critical thinking for student use of the Internet. College Student Journal, 34, 391-398.

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Buchanan, T., Sainter, P., & Saunders, G. (2013). Factors affecting faculty use of learning technologies: Implications for models of technology adoption. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 25, 1-11.

Buder, J. (2011). Group awareness tools for learning: Current and future directions. Computers in Human Behavior, 27, 1114-1117.

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Burgos, D., Tattersall, C., & Koper, R. (2007). Re-purposing existing generic games and simulations for e-learning. Computers in Human Behavior, 23, p.2656-p.2667.

Buzhardt, J., & Semb, G. (2005). Integrating online instruction in a college classroom to improve cost effectiveness. Teaching of Psychology, 32, 63-66.

Caballé, S., Daradoumis, T., Xhafa, F., & Juan, A. (2011). Providing effective feedback, monitoring and evaluation to on-line collaborative learning discussions. Computers in Human Behavior, 27, 1372-1381.

Cakir, H. (2013). Use of blogs in pre-service teacher education to improve student engagement. Computers & Education, 68, 244-252.

Calandra, B., Barron, A. E. (2005). A Preliminary investigation of advance organizers for a complex educational Website. Journal of Educational Multimedia & Hypermedia, 14, 5-23.

Calandra, B., Barron, A. E., & Thompson-Sellers, I. (2008). Audio use in e-learning: What, why, when, and how? International Journal on eLearning, 7, 589-601.

Callaghan, N., & Bower, M. (2012). Learning through social networking sites – The critical role of the teacher. Educational Media International, 49, 1-17.

Campbell, C. (2006). Student use of information and communication technology: Does it foster a deep approach to learning? Psychology Learning & Teaching, 5, 67-69.

Carroll-Barefield, A., & Murdoch, C. (2004). Using online learning to enhance interdisciplinary education. Journal of Allied Health, 33, 78-81.

Carswell, A. D., & Venkatesh, V. (2002). Learner outcomes in an asynchronous distance education environment. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 56, 475-494.

Caspi, A., & Blau, I. (2008). Social presence in online discussion groups: Testing three conceptions and their relations to perceived learning. Social Psychology of Education, 11, 323-346.

Caspi, A., Chajut, E., & Saporta, K. (2008). Participation in class and in online discussions: Gender differences. Computers & Education, 50, 718-724.

Cassidy, E. D., Britsch, J., Griffin, G., Manolovitz, T., Shen, L., & Turney, L. (2011). Higher education and emerging technologies: Student usage, preferences, and lessons for library services. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 50, 380-391.

Castaño-Muñoz, J., Duart, J. M., & Sancho-Vinuesa, T. (2014). The Internet in face-to-face higher education: Can interactive learning improve academic achievement? British Journal of Educational Technology, 45, 149-159.

Castillo-Merino, D., & Serradell-Lopez, E. (2014). An analysis of the determinants of students’ performance in e-learning. Computers in Human Behavior, 30, 476-484.

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Celik, V., & Yesilyurt, E. (2013). Attitudes to technology, perceived computer self-efficacy and computer anxiety as predictors of computer supported education. Computers & Education, 60, 148-158.

Chai, C. S., & Lim, C. P. (2011). The Internet and teacher education: Traversing between the digitized world and schools. Internet and Higher Education, 14, 3-9.

Chan, C. K. K., & Chan, Y.-Y. (2011). Students’ views of collaboration and online participation in knowledge forum. Computers & Education, 57, 1445-1457.

Chan, J. C. C., Hew, K. F., & Cheung, W. S. (2009). Asynchronous online discussion thread development: Examining growth patterns and peer-facilitation techniques. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 25, 438-452.

Chandra, V., & Fisher, D. L. (2009). Students’ perceptions of a blended web-based learning environment. Learning Environment Research, 12, 31-44.

Chang, C.-S., Chen, T-S., & Hsu, W-H. (2011). The study on integrating WebQuest with mobile learning for environmental education. Computers & Education, 57, 1228-1239.

Chang, C.-S., Liu, E. Z.-F., Sung, H.-Y., Lin, C.-H., Chen, N.-S., & Cheng, S.-S. (2014). Effects of online college student’s Internet self-efficacy on learning motivation and performance. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 51, 366-377.

Chang, M. (2005). Applying self-regulated learning strategies in a Web-based instruction: An investigation of motivation perception. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 18, 217-230.

Chang, C. K., Chen, G. D., & Li, L. Y. (2008). Constructing a community of practice to improve coursework activity. Computers & Education, 50, 235-247.

Chen, C. C., Ryan, T., & Olfrnan, L. (2006). Online behavior modeling: An effective and affordable software training method. International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies, 1, 36-53.

Chen, C.-M. (2009). Personalized E-learning system with self-regulated learning assisted mechanisms for promoting learning performance. Expert Systems with Applications, 36, p.8816-p.8829.

Chen, C.-M., & Lee, T.-H. (2011). Emotion recognition and communication for reducing second-language speaking anxiety in a web-based one-to-one synchronous learning environment. British Journal of Educational Technology, 42, 417-440.

Chen, D. T., & Hung, D. (2002). Personilised knowledge representations: The missing half of online discussions. British Journal of Educational Technology, 33, 279-290.

Chen, H.-R., & Tseng, H.-F. (2012). Factors that influence acceptance of web-based e-learning systems for the in-service education of junior high school teachers in Taiwan. Evaluation and Program Planning, 35, 398-406.

Chen, L.-Y., Hsiao, B., Chern, C.-C., & Chen, H.-G. (2014). Affective mechanisms linking Internet use to learning performance in high school students: A moderated mediation study. Computers in Human Behavior, 35, 431-443.

Chen, P.-S. D., Lambert, A. D., & Guidry, K. R. (2010). Engaging online learners: The impact of web-based learning technology on college student engagement. Computers & Education, 54, 1222-1232.

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Chen, S. Y., & Macredie, R. D. (2004). Cognitive modeling of student learning in Web-based instructional programs. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 17, 375-402.

Chen, Y., Chen, N.-S., & Tsai, C.-C. (2009). The use of online synchronous discussion for web-based professional development for teachers. Computers & Education, 53, 1155-1166.

Chen, Y.-H., & Jang, S.-J. (2014). Interrelationship between stages of concern and technological, pedagogical, and content knowledge: A study on Taiwanese senior high school in-service teachers. Computers in Human Behavior, 32, 79-91.

Cheung, W. S., & Hew, K. F. (2010). Examining facilitators’ habits of mind in an asynchronous online discussion environment: A two cases study. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 26, 123-132.

Cheung, W. S., Hew, K. F., & Ng, C. S. L. (2008). Toward an understanding of why students contribute in asynchronous online discussions. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 38, 29-50.

Chiu, Y.-L., Liang, J.-C., & Tsai, C.-C. (2013). Internet-specific epistemic beliefs and self-regulated learning in online academic information searching. Metacognition and Learning, 8, 235-260.

Chou, C., & Peng, H. (2011). Promoting awareness of Internet safety in Taiwan in-service teacher education: A ten-year experience. Internet and Higher Education, 14, 44-53.

Chou, C.-M. (2011). Student teachers socialization development by teaching blog: Reflections and socialization strategies. Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, 10, 190-201.

Chou, C. C. (2001). Formative evaluation of synchronous CMC system for learner-centered online course. Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 12, 173-192.

Chou, S., & Liu, C. (2005). Learning effectiveness in a Wab-based virtual learning enviroment: A learner control prespective. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 21, 65-76.

Chu, R. J.-C. (2010). How family support and Internet self-efficacy influence the effects of e-learning among higher aged adults – Analyses of gender and age differences. Computers & Education, 55, 255-264.

Chu, R. J., & Chu, A. Z. (2010). Multi-level analysis of peer support, Internet self-efficacy and e-learning outcomes – The contextual effects of collectivism and group potency. Computers & Education, 55, 145-154.

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Chuang, S., & Tsai, C. (2005). Preferences toward the constructivist Internet-based learning environments among high school students in Taiwan. Computers in Human Behavior, 21, 255-272.

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Cheung, W., & Huang, W. (2005). Proposing a framework to assess Internet usage in university education: An empirical investigation from a student's perspective. British Journal of Educational Technology, 36, 237-253.

Ching, C. C., & Hursh, A. W. (2010). 'This site is blocked': K-12 teachers and the challenge of accessing peer-to-peer networks for education. E-Learning and Digital Media, 7, 338-345.

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Cho, Y. H., & Huang, Y. (2014). Exploring the links between pre-service teachers’ beliefs and video-based reflection in wikis. Computers in Human Behavior, 35, 39-53.

Chow, M., Herold, D. K., Choo, T.-M., & Chan, K. (2012). Extending the technology acceptance model to explore the intention to use Second Life for enhancing healthcare education. Computers & Education, 59, 1136-1144.

Chu, H.-C., Hwang, G .-J., Tsai, C.-C., & Chen, N.-S. (2009). An innovative approach for promoting information exchanges and sharing in a web 2.0-based learning environment. Interactive Learning Environments, 17, 311- 323.

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Chuang, W. H. (2002). An innovative teacher training approach: Combine live instruction with a Web-based reflection system. British Journal of Educational Technology, 33, 229-232.

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Cilesiz, S. (2011). A phenomenological approach to experiences with technology: Current state, promise, and future directions for research. Educational Technology Research and Development, 59, 487-510.

Clarebout, G., & Elen, J. (2006). Tool use in computer-based learning environments: Towards a research framework. Computers in Human Behavior, 22, 389–411.

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Clark, D. (2002). Psychological myths in e-learning. Medical Teacher, 24, 598-604.

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Collins, S., & Jerry, P. (2005). The campus Alberta applied psychology counselling initiative: Web-based delivery of a graduate professional training program. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 23, 99-119.

Collis, B., De Boer, W., & Slotman, K. (2001). Feedback for web-based assignments. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 17, 306-313.

Collis, B., Peters, O., & Pals, N. (2009). A model for predicting the educational use of information and communication technologies. Instructional Science, 29, 95-125.

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Concannon, F., Flynn, A., & Campbell, M. (2005). What campus-based students think about the quality and benefits of e-learning. British Journal of Educational Technology, 36, 501-512.

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Conole, G. (2010). Facilitating new forms of discourse for learning and teaching: Harnessing the power of web 2.0 practices. Open Learning: The Journal of Open and Distance Learning, 25, 141-151.

Coogan, J., Dancey, C. P., & Attree, E. A. (2005). WebCT: A useful support tool for psychology undergraduates - a Q methodological study. Psychology Learning & Teaching, 5, 61-66.

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