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Dowling, C., Godfrey, J. M., & Gyles, N. (December 2003). Do hybrid flexible delivery teaching methods improve accounting students' learning outcomes? Accounting Education, 12 (4), 373-391. Retrieved April 27, 2005, from EBSCO Host database.
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Dziuban, C., Hartman, J., Cavanagh, T. Moskal, P., (in press). Blended Courses as Drivers of Institutional Transformation. A. Kitchenham, Ed. Blended Learning Across Disciplines: Models for Implementation, Hershey: PA: IGI Global.
Dziuban, C., Hartman, J., Juge, F., Moskal, P., & Sorg, S. (2005). Blended learning: Online learning enters the mainstream. In Bonk, C. J., & C. R. Graham, (Eds.), Handbook of blended learning: Global perspectives, local designs. San Francisco, CA: Pfeiffer Publishing.
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Dziuban, C., Hartman, J., Moskal, P., Sorg, S., & Truman, B. (2004). Three ALN modalities: An institutional perspective. In J. Bourne & J. C. Moore (Eds.), Elements of Quality Online Education: Into the Mainstream (pp. 127-148). Needham, MA: Sloan Center for Online Education.
Dziuban, C. D., & Moskal, P. D. (February 11, 2005). A look at online teaching and learning at UCF. Presentation at Course Development & Web Services for IDL6543 participants, Orlando, FL
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