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Tarlow, Mikela. 2002. Digital Aboriginal—The Direction of Business Now: Instinctive, Nomadic, and Ever-Changing. New York: Warner Books.

Taylor, James C. 2001. Fifth Generation Distance Education. Australian Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, Higher Education Division, Higher Education Series, Report No. 40, June.

Treacy, Michael, and Fred Wiersema. 1997. The Discipline of Market Leaders. Cambridge: Perseus Publishing.

Twigg, Carol. 2001. Innovations in Online Learning: Moving Beyond No Significant Difference. Pew Learning and Technology Program.

UNESCO. Education For All — Grassroots Stories. know_sharing/grassroots_stories/

United States Department of Commerce. 2002. Visions 2020: Transforming Education and Training Through Advanced Technologies. Washington DC, September 17.



Weigel, Van B. 2001. Deep Learning for a Digital Age: Technology’s Untapped Potential to Enrich Higher Education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Wenger, Etienne, William N. Snyder, and Richard A. McDermott. 2002. Cultivating Communities of Practice: A Guide for Managing Knowledge. Cambridge: Harvard Business School Publishing.

Wenger, Etienne. 1999. Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning, and Identity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Woelk, Darrell and Shailesh Agarwal. 2002. Integration of E-Learning and Knowledge Management. Proceedings of E-Learn 2002. (World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education, Montreal), Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Norfolk, VA.

Young, Jeffrey R. 2002. Superarchives Could Hold All Scholarly Output. Chronicle of Higher Education, July 5.

Web-based Resources
A toolkit of Web-based resources may be found at These resources will be regularly updated and refreshed and they can be used in tandem with reading the book, providing additional perspective. Transforming e-Knowledge is a manifesto, a resource, and a guide to a wide range of issues relating to the strategic use of knowledge. Select resources as your interests dictate.

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