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Books and Book Chapters

Steve Wheeler

Books

[1] Wheeler S (2015) Learning with ‘e’s: Educational Theory and Practice in the Digital Age. London: Crown House Publishing.

[2] Wheeler S (Ed. 2009) Connected Minds, Emerging Cultures. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

[3] John P D and Wheeler S (2008) The Digital Classroom: Harnessing the power of technology for the future of learning and teaching. London: Routledge/David Falmer.

[4] Wheeler S (Ed. 2005) Transforming Primary ICT. Exeter: Learning Matters Ltd.

[5] Nistor N, English S, Wheeler S and Jalobeanu M (Eds. 2003) Towards the Virtual University: International Online Perspectives. Greenwich, CT: Information Age.

Book Chapters

[32] Wheeler S (2017 forthcoming) Social media engagement for education Research. In O. Quinlan and N. Kucirkova (Eds.) The Digitally Agile Researcher. London: Open International Publishing.

[31] Wheeler S (2017) Emergency rations. In D Hopkins (Ed.) EdTech Rations. David Hopkins Publisher.

[30] Wheeler S (2014) ICT or Learning Technologies? In P. Finnegan et al (Eds.) Information Technology and Systems for the Curious. Curious Academic Publishing.

[29] Wheeler S (2014) Technologies to promote creative learning. In R. Jones (Ed.) Don’t Change the Lightbulbs. London: Crown House.

[28] Wheeler S (2013) Is technology making us smarter? In Focused Inquiry: Evolving Ideas. Plymouth, ML: Hayden McNeil.

[27] Wheeler S (2011) Teacher resistance to new technologies: How barriers to Web Enhanced Learning can be overcome. In G. Trentin and M. Repetto (Eds) Faculty Training for Web Enhanced Learning. New York, NY: Nova Science.

[26] Rheinhardt W, Wheeler S and Ebner M (2010) All I need to know about Twitter in education I learned in kindergarten. In N Reynolds and M Turcsanyi-Szabo (Eds.) Key Competencies in the Knowledge Society. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. pp 322-332.

[25] Wheeler S (2010) On using wiki as a tool for collaborative online blended learning. In K Klinger (Ed.) Web-Based Education: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

[24] Ebner M, Muhlburger H, Schaffert S, Schiefner M, Reinhardt W and Wheeler S (2010) Getting granular on Twitter: Tweets from a conference and their limited usefulness for participants. In N Reynolds and M Turcsanyi-Szabo (Eds.) Key Competencies in the Knowledge Society. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. pp 102-113.

[23] Wheeler S (2010) Open Content, Open Learning 2.0: Using wikis and blogs in higher education. In U Ehlers and D Schneckenberg (Eds.) Changing Cultures in Higher Education: Moving ahead to future learning. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. pp 103-114.

[22] Wheeler S (2010) Using Wikis in Teacher Education: Student generated content as support in professional learning. In M J W Lee and C McLoughlin (Eds.) Web 2. 0-Based E-Learning: Applying Social Informatics for Tertiary Teaching. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Press.

[21] Wheeler S (2009) Learner support needs in online problem based learning. In A Orellana, T L Hudgins and M Simonson (Eds.) The Perfect Online Course: Best Practices for Design and Teaching. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers. pp 475-486.

[20] Wheeler S (2009) Destruction and Creativity on the Social Web: Learning with wikis in higher education. In S Hatzipanagos and S Warburton (Eds.) Social Software & Developing Community Ontologies. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Press.

[19] Wheeler S (2009) Student perceptions of immediacy and social presence in distance education. In A Szucs, A Tait, U Bernath and M. Vidal (Eds.) Distance Education and e-Learning in Transition. London: Wiley.

[18] Wheeler S (2009) ‘E’s of Access: e-Learning and widening participation in education. In S Gibson and J Haynes (Eds.) Engaging Education: Perspectives on Participation and Incusion. London: Continuum Press.

[17] Wheeler S (2009) Destruction and Creativity on the Social Web: Learning with Wikis in Higher Education. In N Kock (Ed.) E-Collaboration: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

[16] Trentin G and Wheeler S (2009) A Critical Review of Blended Learning in the UK. In E Stacey and P Gerbic (Eds.) Effective Blended Learning Practices: Evidence Based Learning Perspectives in ICT Facilitated Education. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

[15] Wheeler S (2009) Exploring the Wiki as a collaborative online blended learning tool. In S. Murugesan (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Web 2.0, 3.0, and X.0: Technologies, Business, and Social Applications. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Press.

[14] Wheeler S (2008) Learning in collaborative spaces: Encouraging a culture of sharing (Chapter 1). In S Wheeler (Ed.) Connected Minds, Emerging Cultures. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

[13] Wheeler S (2008) Digital Tribes, Virtual Clans (Chapter 6). In S Wheeler (Ed.) Connected Minds, Emerging Cultures. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

[12] Wheeler S and Keegan H (2008) Imagined Worlds, Emerging Cultures (Chapter 17). In S Wheeler (Ed.) Connected Minds, Emerging Cultures. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

[11] John P D and Wheeler S (2007) The Digital Classroom: Harnessing the power of technology for the future of learning and teaching. London: Routledge/David Falmer.

[10] Kamel Boulos MN, Maramba I and Wheeler S (2007) Wikis, Blogs and Podcasts (Chapter 11). In Ravi Kumar Jain B (Ed.) Web 2.0 – An Introduction. Hyderabad, India: The Icfai University Press,  pp. 125-142 (ISBN: 81-314-0823-X).

[9] Wheeler S and Winter A (2005) Winning Hearts and Minds. In S Wheeler (Ed) Transforming Primary ICT. Exeter: Learning Matters Ltd.

[8] Wheeler S (2005) ICT and Creativity . In S Wheeler (Ed) Transforming Primary ICT. Exeter: Learning Matters Ltd.

[7] Wheeler S (2005) Surviving the Internet: Issues of Use and Abuse. In S Wheeler (Ed) Transforming Primary ICT. Exeter: Learning Matters Ltd.

[6] Wheeler S (2005) British Distance Education: A Proud Tradition. In Y. Visser, L. Visser and M. Simonson (Eds.) Trends and Issues in Distance Education: An International Perspective. Greenwich, Connecticut, USA: Information Age Publishers.

[5] Nistor N, English S, Wheeler S and Jalobeanu M (Eds. 2003) Towards the Virtual University: International Online Perspectives. Edited Volume published by Information Age Publishers, Greenwich, Connecticut.

[4] Wheeler S (2003) Web Based Learning and Transactional Distance Theory. In N Nistor, S English, S Wheeler and M Jalobeanu (Eds.) Towards the Virtual University: International Online Perspectives Greenwich, Connecticut, USA: Information Age Publishers.

[3] Wheeler S and Nistor N (2003) Human Behaviour in the Online Sub Culture. In N Nistor, S English, S Wheeler and M Jalobeanu (Eds.) Towards the Virtual University: International Online Perspectives Greenwich, Connecticut, USA: Information Age Publishers.

[2] Serdiukov P and Wheeler S (2002) A Cyclical Model of Distance Education. In D Passey and M Kendall (Eds.) TelE-Learning: The Challenge for the Third Millenium. London: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

[1] Wheeler S (2002) Multimodal Problem Based Learning and Web Technology in Distributed Education. In M F Tolba and A B M Salem (Eds.) Intelligent Computing and Information Systems. Cairo: Ain Shams University Press.

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