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Instructional Design Bibliography

Posted by Hugh on November 25, 2013 in Instructional Design and eAuthoring, References |

Here I will try to keep a list of the research material I have accessed for this module:

(Click here for annotated list)

 

Allen M. (2007), Designing Successful e-Learning: Forget What You Know About Instructional Design and Do Something Interesting, Pfeiffer, San Franciso.

Bentosela M., Barrera G., Jakovcevic A, Elgier A.M., Mustaca A.E. (2008), Effect of reinforcement, reinforcer omission and extinction on a communicative response in domestic dogs (Canis familiaris), Behavioural Processes, Volume 78, Issue 3, July 2008, Pages 464-469.

Beetham H., Sharpe R. (2007), Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital age Designing and Delivering E-Learning  2007, Routledge, Oxan UK.

Braem M.D., Mills D.S. (2010), Factors affecting response of dogs to obedience instruction: A field and experimental study, Applied Animal Behaviour Science 125, Pages 47–55.

Bush K. (2010), The Dog Expert, Expert Books, London.

Conrad K. (2000), Instructional Design for Web-Based Training, HRD Press, Amherst, MA.

dogscholar.com (2009), Choosing the Right Dog Trainer, http://dogscholar.com/choosing-the-right-dog-trainer/, accessed 7 November 2013.

dogscholar.com (2009), How to Potty Train a Puppy http://dogscholar.com/how-to-potty-train-a-puppy/, accessed 25 November 2013.

dogscholar.com (2010), Rubbing Your Dog’s Nose in Its Mess Is a Waste of Time for Both Owner and Pet, http://dogscholar.com/rubbing-your-dogs-nose-in-its-mess-is-a-waste-of-time-for-both-owner-and-pet/, accessed 7 November 2013.

Herron M.E., Shofer F.S., Reisner I.R. (2009), Survey of the use and outcome of confrontational and non-confrontational training methods in client-owned dogs showing undesired behaviors, Applied Animal Behavior Science, 117, 47-54.

Tapscott D., Williams A.D. (2008), Wikinomics How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything, Penguin Group, New York.

Yamamoto M. , Kikusui T., Ohta M. (2009), Influence of delayed timing of owners’ actions on the behaviors of their dogs, Canis familiaris, Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research Volume 4, Issue 1 , Pages 11-18.

 

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