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  • Alexander S (1995) 'Teaching and Learning on the World Wide Web' Institute for Interactive Media, University of Technology, Sydney http://ausweb.scu.edu.au/aw95/education2/alexander/, AusWeb95 Conference, 1995 - Last Accessed 24/01/13
  • Bostock S (1998) "Constructivism in Mass Higher Education: a Case Study", British Journal of Educational Technology, 29, 3, pp 225-240
  • Carwille J (2007) "A Constructivist Approach to Online Teaching and Learning", Inquiry, Volume 12, Number 1, Spring 2007, 68-73, available at http://www.vccaedu.org/inquiry/inquiry-spring-2007/i-12-carwile.html (Accessed 3 Mar 13)
  • Candler C, Blair R (1998) 'An Analysis of Web-Based Instruction in a Neurosciences Course', Medical Education online, Volume III, Issue III, Fall 1998 [http://www.med-ed-online.org/ - look under Articles.
  • Cook DA, Garside S, Levinson AJ, Dupras DM, Montori VM (2010) "What do we mean by web-based learning", Medical Education 2010: 44: 765–774
  • Chen, Sherry Yu-Hua & Ford, Nigel J. (1997)  "Towards adaptive information systems: individual differences and hypermedia"  Information Research, 3(2) Available at: http://informationr.net/ir/3-2/paper37.html [Last Accessed 2 Feb 13]
  • Day, J, Foley, J, Groeneweg, R and Van der Mast, C (2004) “Enhancing the classroom learning experience with web lectures”,  http://hdl.handle.net/1853/65 (last viewed: 14/02/2013)
  • Dexter H, Tim D, (2010) "Technology-enhanced learning - appraising the evidence", MEDICAL EDUCATION 2010; 44: 746–748 (available via module resources)
  • Lovell K, Vignare K (2009) "MSU Medical Colleges Blended Learning for First Year Science Courses: Uniting Pedagogy to Maximize Experience and Real World Limitations", Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, Volume 13: Issue 1, freely available from http://sloanconsortium.org/ 
  • Medical Education Online- various articles (look under Archives at http://www.med-ed-online.org/) [Last Accessed 26/02/13]
    • Doyle, D J (2002) "Simulation in Medical Education: Focus on Anesthesiology" Vol 7 with samples given such as the Mechanical Ventilation Simulator at http://www.med-ed-online.org/f0000053.htm
    • Euliano T Y, Lee, A I, Melker J, Schmalfuss IM (2003) "Development and Evaluation of an Internet-Based Airway Evaluation Tutorial", Vol 8. The tutorial is viewable at http://www.med-ed-online.org/t0000043.htm
    • Willcockson IU, Phelps C (2010) "Keeping learning central: a model for implementing emerging technologies", Vol 15, No 10
    • Malloy M H "Enhanced Web-Based Otitis Study Case vs Simple Paper-Case: Impact on Medical Student Objec-tive Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE) Performance "
  • Owston RD (1997) The World Wide Web: A Technology to Enhance Teaching and Learning?, EDUCATIONAL RESEARCHER, VOL 26, NO. 2, MARCH 1997, PP 27-33. http://www.jstor.org/stable/1176036 [Last Accessed 29/3/13]
  • Ryder M, Wilson B (1996) Affordances and Constraints of the Internet for Learning and Instruction, University of Colorado Scholarly Publications, Paper presented to Assoc for Educational Communications Technology, Available from http://carbon.ucdenver.edu/~mryder/aect_96.html. The paper takes an historical and 'post modern view of learnng and draws conclusions about learning on the 'Net. [Last accessed 29/1/13]
  • Tweddle S, Avis P, Wright J, Waller T (1998) "Towards Criteria for Evaluating Web Sites", British Journal of Educational Technology, July 1998, volume 29, issue 3 [ the criteria is pretty standard but there are useful medical references on the topic].
  • Wheeler D W, Whittlestone K D, Smith H L, Gupta A K, Menon  D K on behalf of the East Anglian Peri-operative Medicine Undergraduate Teaching Forum. (2003) A web-based system for teaching, assessment and examination of the undergraduate peri-operative medicine curriculum. Anaesthesia 58:11, 1079-1086 (Anaesthesia can be accessed by the e-journals part of QCAT)