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Unformatted Document Text:  Pollock, Philip H. and Bruce M. Wilson. 2002. “Evaluating the Impact of Internet Teaching: Preliminary Evidence from American National Government Classes.” PS: Political Science & Politics 35(3): 561-566. Postmes, Tom and Russell Spears. 2002. “Behavior Online: Does Anonymous Computer Communication Reduce Gender Inequality?” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28(8): 1073-1083. Richardson, Jennifer C. and Tim Newby. 2006. “The Role of Students’ Cognitive Engagement in Online Learning.” The American Journal of Distance Education 20(1): 23-37. Schrire, Sarah. 2006. “Knowledge Building in Asynchronous Discussion Groups: Going Beyond Quantitative Analysis.” Computers & Education 46:49-70. Selfe, Cynthia L. and Paul R. Meyer. 1991. “Testing Claims for On-Line Conferences.” Written Communication 8(2): 163-192. Spiceland, J. David and Charlene P. Hawkins. 2002. “The Impact on Learning of an Asychronous Active Learning Course Format.” Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks 6(1): 68-75. 20

Authors: Hamann, Kerstin., Pollock, Philip. and Wilson, Bruce.
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Pollock, Philip H. and Bruce M. Wilson. 2002. “Evaluating the Impact of Internet
Teaching: Preliminary Evidence from American National Government Classes.”
PS: Political Science & Politics 35(3): 561-566.
Postmes, Tom and Russell Spears. 2002. “Behavior Online: Does Anonymous Computer
Communication Reduce Gender Inequality?” Personality and Social Psychology
Bulletin 28(8): 1073-1083.
Richardson, Jennifer C. and Tim Newby. 2006. “The Role of Students’ Cognitive
Engagement in Online Learning.” The American Journal of Distance Education
20(1): 23-37.
Schrire, Sarah. 2006. “Knowledge Building in Asynchronous Discussion Groups: Going
Beyond Quantitative Analysis.” Computers & Education 46:49-70.
Selfe, Cynthia L. and Paul R. Meyer. 1991. “Testing Claims for On-Line Conferences.”
Written Communication 8(2): 163-192.
Spiceland, J. David and Charlene P. Hawkins. 2002. “The Impact on Learning of an
Asychronous Active Learning Course Format.” Journal of Asynchronous
Learning Networks 6(1): 68-75.
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