Heather’s research interests include educational technology, distance education and teaching development in higher education environments.
Kanuka, H., Jugdev, K., & Heller, B. (accepted, forthcoming). The Factor Structure of Faculty Development Needs for Net-based Distance Education-Practitioners. International Journal for Academic Development.
Kelland*, J., & Kanuka, H. (accepted, forthcoming). Using deliberative inquiry to seek consensus about impact of Internet communication technology on higher education. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology.
Kanuka, H., & Kelland*, J. (accepted, forthcoming). A Deliberative Inquiry with Experts in on e-Learning Technology: Contentions in Need of Further Research. Canadian Journal of Higher Education.
Kanuka, H., Heller, B., Jugdev, K., & West, D. (in press). The rise of the teleworker: False promises and responsive solutions. Higher Education. [Journal Citation Reports Ranking: 2004: 65/91; Education & Educational Research Impact Factor: 0.299]
Kanuka, H., & Rourke, L. (2008). Exploring the Non-Neutrality of e-Learning Technologies. Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 17(1), 5-16.
Kanuka, H., & Anderson, T. (2007). Ethical Issues in qualitative e-learning Research. International Journal of Qualitative Research, 6(2). [online]. Available: http://www.ualberta.ca/~iiqm/backissues/6_2/kanuka.pdf
Rourke, L., & Kanuka, H. (2007). Barriers to critical discourse. International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, 2(1), 105-126.
Kanuka, H., Rourke*, L., & Laflamme*, E. (2007). The Influence of Instructional Methods on the Quality of Online Discussion. British Journal of Educational Technology, 38(2), 260-271. [Journal Citation Reports Ranking: 2004: 57/91; Education & Educational Research Impact Factor: 0.380. Listed in top 20 most frequently downloaded papers]
Kreber, C., & Kanuka, H. (2007). The scholarship of teaching and learning and the online classroom. Canadian Journal of University and Continuing Education, 32(2), 109-131. [The CAUSE board members recognized this paper as a distinguished manuscript]
Kanuka, H. (2006). A review of e-learning in Canada: A commentary on a rough sketch of the evidence, gaps and promising directions. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 32(3), 85-100.
Kanuka, H. (2006). Instructional design and eLearning: A discussion of pedagogical content knowledge as a missing construct. The e-Journal of Instructional Science and Technology, 9(2). [online]. Available: http://www.usq.edu.au/electpub/e-
Kanuka, H. (invited, 2006). Has e-learning delivered on its promises? A Journal of Higher Education: Academic Matters. (Winter), 6-8.
Kanuka, H., & Jugdev, K. (2006). Distance Education MBA Students: An Investigation into the Use of an Orientation Course to Address Academic and Social Integration Issues. Open Learning, 21(2), 153-166.
Kanuka, H. (2005). An exploration into facilitating higher levels of learning in a text-based Internet learning environment using diverse instructional strategies. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 10(3). [online]. Available: http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol10/issue3/kanuka.html.
Kanuka, H. & Marini, A. (2005). Empowering untenured faculty through mosaic mentoring. Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education, 30(2), 11-38. [The CAUSE board members recognized this paper as a distinguished manuscript in their journal]
Garrison, D. R. & Kanuka, H. (2004). Blended Learning: Uncovering its Transformative Potential in Higher Education. The Internet and Higher Education, 7(2), 95-105.
Gram, N. P., Kanuka, H., &, Norris, S. P. (2004). Distance education environments, higher education, and the concern for community. PAACE Journal of Lifelong Learning, 13, 39-56.
Kanuka, H. & Garrison, D. R. (2004). Cognitive presence in online learning. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 15(2), 30-49.
Kanuka, H. & Conrad, D. (2003). The Name of the Game: Why “Distance Education” Says It All. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 4(4), 285-394.
Kanuka, H. & Nocente, N. (2003). Exploring the Effects of Personality Type on Perceived Satisfaction with Web-based Learning in Continuing Professional Development. Distance Education, 24(7), 227-245.
Kanuka, H. (2003). Towards Change: Continuing the Conversation on Electronic Publishing. Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education - Forum, 29(1), 65-71.
Kanuka, H. (2002). A principled approach to facilitating diverse strategies for web-based distance education. Journal of Distance Education, 17(2), 71-87.
Kanuka, H., Collett, D., & Caswell*, C. (2002). University instructor perceptions of the use of asynchronous text-based discussion in distance courses. The American Journal of Distance Education, 16(3), 151-167.
Kanuka, H. & Nocente, N. (2002). Professional development in the online classroom. The Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, 16(1), 34-55.
Kanuka, H. (2002). Guiding principles for facilitating higher levels of Web-based distance learning in post-secondary settings. Distance Education, 23(1),163-182.
Kanuka, H. (2001). Assessing higher levels of learning in web-based post-secondary education. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 5(4), 106-111.
Kanuka, H. (2001). University student perceptions of the use of the web in distance delivered programs. The Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 31(3), 49-71.
Kanuka, H. & Szabo, M. (1999). Conducting research on visual design and learning: Pitfalls and promises. Canadian Journal of Educational Communication, 27(2), 39-57.
Kanuka, H. & Anderson, T. (1999). Using constructivism in technology mediated learning: Constructing order out of the chaos in the literature. Radical Pedagogy, 1(2). [online]. Available: http://www.icaap.org/RadicalPedagogy/
Szabo, M. & Kanuka, H. (1999). Effects of violating screen design principles of balance, unity, and focus on recall learning, study time and completion rates. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 8(1), 23-42.
Kanuka, H. & Anderson, T. (1998). On-line social interchange, discord, and knowledge construction. Journal of Distance Education, 13(1), 57-74.
Anderson, T. & Kanuka, H. (1997). New platforms for professional development and group collaboration. Journal of Computer Mediated Conferencing, 3(3). [online]. Available: http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol3/issue3/anderson.html.
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