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Abbot, L., Dallat, J., Livingston, R. & Robinson, A. (1993) Video Conferencing and Distance Learning. University of Ulster.

Acker, S.R. (1987) Designing videoconference facilities for improving eye contact. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 31 (2) pages 181-191.

Andres, Y.M. (1993) Global Schoolhouse: pilot Phase. In Tel•Ed ‘93: Global Connections., Foster, D. and Jolly, D.V. (eds) (1993) Proceedings of The 2nd International Symposium on Educational Telecommunications, Southwest Educatonal Development Lab: Texas.

Bates, A.W. et al (1992) Video-Conferencing in Open and Distance Learning: A guide to current developments. An Open Learning Agency Report. British Columbia: Canada.

Bates, A.W. (1991) Third generation Distance Education: The challenge of New technology. Research in Distance Education, 3,(2) pages 10-15.

Bauer, J.W. & Rezabek,L.L. (1992) The effects of two-way visual contact on student verbal interactions during teleconferenced instruction. Proceedings of Selected Research and Development Presentations at the Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Iowa:USA.

Boyle, E.A., Anderson, A.H. & Newlands, A. (1994) The effects of visibility on dialogue performance in a co-operative problem solving task. Language and Speech, 37 (1) 1-20.

Bruce, M.A. & Shade, R.A. (1994) Teaching via compressed video: Promising practices and potential pitfalls. DEOSNEWS, 4 (8).

Bruce, V. (1994) The role of the face in face-to-face communication: Implications for videophone design. In S. Emmott & D. Travis (eds) Proceedings of the International Symposium on POTS to PANS: User issues in the multimedia revolution from Plain Old Telephony Services to Pictures and Network Services. British Telecom: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk.

Burge, E.J. & Roberts, J.M. (1993) Classrooms with a Difference: A Practical Guide to the Use of Conferencing Technologies. The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.

Burnet,G. (1990) Using Videoconferences to augment classroom instruction, in Engineering Instruction, 80 (4), pages 463-465.

Carl, D.R. (1986) Developing faculty to use teleconferencing to deliver university credit courses over cable and satellite, Canadian Journal of Educational Communication, 15 (4), pages 235-250.

Chute, A.G., Balthazar, L.B. & Poston, C.O. (1990) Learning from teletraining: What AT&T research says. In Moore, M.G. (ed) Contemporary issues in American distance education, Pergamon Press: Oxford.

Damon, W. (1984) Peer education: The untapped potential. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 5, pages 331-343.

Dede, C.J. (1990) The evolution of distance learning: Technology-mediated interactive learning. Journal of Research on Computers in Education, 22, pages 247-264.

Duning, B. (1990) The coming of the new distance educators in the United States: teh telecommunications generation taskes off, Distance Education, 11 (1), pages 24-49.

Edigo, C. (1988) Video Conferencing as a technology to support group work: A review of its failure. Proceedings of CSCW ‘88. pages 13-24.

Epps, R.A.(1993) Introducing phonetics and basic pronounciation to beginning students in french, through videoconference. In Meredith, S (ed)Video Conferencing in Education and Business. The University of New England: New Zealand, pages 109-116.

Hansford, B.C. (1991) Education, Training and Telecommunications as a Social Activity, Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 41 (3) pages 26-31.

Hansford, B.C. & Baker, R.A. (1990) Evaluation of a cross-campus interactive video teaching trial. Distance Education, 11 (2), pages 287-307.

Kendall, J.R. and Oaks,M. (1992) Evaluation of perceived teaching effectiveness: course delivery via interactive video technology versus tradition classroom methods. Deosnews, 2 (5).

Latcham, C., Mitchell,J. & Atkinson, R. (1993) Videoconferencing Networks and Applications in Higher Education. IFIP International Teleteaching Conference, Norway, August.

Liertz,C. (1993) Three videoconference sessions for presenting and recieving masterclasses in music. In Meredith, S (ed) (1993) Video Conferencing in Higher Education and Business. University of New England:New Zealand, pages 131-137.

Mayes, T. Coventry, L. Thompson, A. & Mason, R. (1994) Learning through Telematics: A Learning Framework for Telecommunication Applications in Higher Education. British Telecom: Martlesham Heath.

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Mason, R. and Bacsich, P. (eds) (1994) ISDN in education and training. IEE London.

Medland, J. (1993) Case Study One: Teaching Counselling Skills by video conference. In Meredith, S (ed) (1993) Video Conferencing in Higher Education and Business. University of New England:New Zealand, pages 101-108.

Meredith, S (ed) (1993) Video Conferencing in Higher Education and Business. University of New England:New Zealand

Moore, M.G. (1990) Contemporary Issues in American Distance Education. Pergamon Press.

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Patterson, G. (1993) The Tokyo project - An experiment in teaching english as a foreign language to university of the air students. In Meredith, S (ed) (1993) Video Conferencing in Higher Education and Business. University of New England:New Zealand, pages 117-130.

Pelton, J.N. (1991) Technology and education: friend or foe? research in Distance Education 3 (2) pages 2-9.

Phillips, D.L. (1987) Videoconferencing at Penn State in Technological Horizons in Education, 14 (8) pages 52-54.

Pugh, H.L., Parchman, S.W. & Simpson, H. (1992) Video telecommunications for distance education: a field survey of systems in US public education, industry and military, Distance Education, 13 (1), pages 46-64.

Reinhardt, A. (1993) Video conquers the desktop. Byte, September.

Ritchie, H. & Newby, T.J. (1989) Classroom lecture discussion vs. live televised instruction: A comparison of effects on student performance, attitude and interaction. The American Journal of Distance Education, 2, pages 36-43.

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Schiller, J. & Mitchell, J. (1992) Interacting at a distance: Staff and Student Perceptions of Teaching and Learning via Videoconferencing. AARE/NZARE Joint Conference Educational Research: Discipline and Diversity, Deakin University, Geelong, Victoria.

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