This page contains a list of bibliographic resources on e-learning. It will be continuously updated throughout the duration of the project. The list has been produced using Endnote.

Allen, J. (2010). Depth-charge in the archive: the documentation of performance revisited in the digital age. Research in Dance Education, 11(1), 61-70.

Andrews, B., & Thoms, V. (2008). Using a virtual learning environment to develop academic writing with first year dance students: facing the challenge of writing through digital images. Research in Dance Education, 9(3), 277-292.

Bailey, H., Bachler, M., Buckingham Shum, S., Le Blanc, A., Popat, S., Rowley, A., & Turner, M. (2009). Dancing on the grid: using e-science tools to extend choreographic research. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 367(1898), 2793-2806.

Cherry, G., Fournier, J., & Stevens, R. (2003). Using a digital video annotation tool to teach dance composition. Interactive Multimiedia Electronic Journal of Computer-Enhanced Learning.

Doughty, S., Francksen, K., Huxley, M., & Leach, M. (2008). Technological enhancements in the teaching and learning of reflective and creative practice in dance. Research in Dance Education, 9(2), 129-146.

Hague, C. and Payton, S. (2010) Digital literacy across the curriculum. A Futurelab handbook. Available at:

Kearns, L. W. (2011). I live here: a multimedia performance and educational project. Journal of Dance Education, 11(4), 149-151.

Kennedy, M. (2009). An examination of critical approaches to interdisciplinary dance performance. Research in Dance Education, 10(1), 63-74.

Phillips, M. (2009). Artists, creativity and knowledge: a challenge for doctoral change. Research in Dance Education, 10(3), 219-230.

Powazek, D. M. (2002). Design for community: the art of connecting real people in virtual places. Indianapolis: New Riders.

Risner, D., & Anderson, J. (2008). Digital Dance Literacy: an integrated dance technology curriculum pilot project 1. Research in Dance Education, 9(2), 113-128.

Smith-Autard, J. (2003). The Essential Relationship Between Pedagogy and Technology in Enhancing the Teaching of Dance Form. Research in Dance Education, 4(2), 151-169.

The Open University Library Services (2010) Integrating information literacy into the curriculum, COBE.

Tomczak, K. (2011). Using interactive media in dance education. Journal of Dance Education, 11(4), 137-139.

Wilson, D., Andrews, B., & Dale, C. (2009). Choreo:pod. International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning, 1(1).

Wilson, D., Andrews, B., & Dale, C. (2011). iPod technologies: advancing dance and digital performance. In D. Parsons (Ed.), Combining e-learning and m-learning: new applications of blended educational resources (pp. 252-265). Hershey: Information Science Reference.


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