6.0 Bibliography

Armstrong C.J., Lonsdale R.E., Stoker D.A. and Urquhart C.J., 2000 'JUSTEIS - JISC usage surveys: trends in electronic information services'
Available: Accessed: 12 April 2002

Biggs, J., 1999 Teaching for Quality Learning at University. Buckingham.

Eiteljorg, H., 2000 'The compelling computer image - a double-edged sword', Internet Archaeology 8.

Haywood, J., Anderson, C., Coyle, H., Day, K., Haywood, D. and Macleod, H., 2000 'Learning technology in Scottish higher education - a summary of the views of senior management, academic staff and "experts"'. Association for Learning Technology Journal 8 No. 2, 5-17.

Heppell, S., 1999 'Student Revolution'. Available: Accessed: 16 February 2002.

ILT Application Guidance Notes Available: Accessed: 12 April 2002

JISC Regional Support Centres Scotland, 2001 'Scottish further education training needs analysis 2001'
Available: Accessed: 12 April 2002

Lave, J. and Wenger, E., 1991 Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation. Cambridge.

Laurillard, D., 1993 Rethinking University Teaching: a Framework for the Effective Use of Educational Technology. London.

Laurillard, D., 1995 'Multimedia and the changing experience of the learner', British Journal of Educational Technology 26 No. 3, 179-89.

Levin, J.R., 1989 'A transfer of appropriate processing perspective of pictures in prose', in Knowledge acquisition from text and pictures, H. Mandl and J. Levin (eds), Amsterdam, 83-100.

Littlejohn, A., Stefani, L. and Sclater, N., 1999 'Effective use of technology, the pedagogy and the practicalities: a case study', Active Learning 11, 27-30.

LTSN for History, Classics and Archaeology 2001 Newsletter 2. 1-2. Available: Accessed: 12 April 2002

Mayes, T., 1997 'Dialogue with a dumb terminal'. Available: Accessed: 16 February 2002.

Mithen, S., 2000 'Putting the 'e' into archaeology'. The Times Higher Education Supplement. Archive available Accessed: 16 February 2002.

Murray-Harvey, R., 1994 'Learning styles and approaches to learning: distinguishing between concepts and instruments', British Journal of Educational Psychology 64, 373-88.

Papert, S., 1993 The Children's Machine. London.

QAA - Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, 2000 Archaeology Subject Benchmark Statement
Available: Accessed 12 April 2002.

Rogers, C., 1980 A Way of Being. New York.

Spicer, J.I. and Stratford, J., 2001 'Student perceptions of a virtual field trip to replace a real field trip', Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 17 No. 4, 345-54.

TIRCs- Testing IMS in Real Contexts, 2001 'Implementing IMS specifications - implications and best practice', Available: Accessed: 12 April 2002

Twining, P., 2001 'ICT and the nature of learning: implications for the design of a distance education course', in Learning, Space and Identity, C. Paechter, R. Edwards, R. Harrison and P. Twining (eds). London, 102-20.


Last updated: Wed Aug 28 2002

© Author(s). Content published prior to 2013 is not covered by CC-BY licence and requests for reproduction should usually go to the copyright holder (in most cases, the author(s)). For citation / fair-dealing purposes, please attribute the author(s), the title of the work, the Internet Archaeology journal and the relevant URL/DOI.

University of York legal statements