Note: most of these papers have been published somewhere. If you want to quote from them, please contact me (jason @ jasonnolan.net), and I'll get you the proper reference. My full curriculum vitae is also available as a MSword file.
The Influence of ASCII on the Construction of Internet-based Knowledge. (pdf) (This is a short version of The Technology of Difference below)
Early British Vampire Fragments: Walter Map's De Nugis Curialium and William of Newburg's Historia Rerum Anglicarum (rtf). This is a DRAFT of a paper I'm presenting at the Third World Dracula Conference in Sighaswara, Romania mid May. It is the next stage in an ongoing project.
In the First Person: remembering Lucy Maud Montgomery. (2003) The Journal of Canadian Children's Literature/Littérature Canadienne Pour La Jeuness. (html)
Learning Cyberspace: An Educational View of Virtual Community. (2002) ( html )
The Net, Ethnicity and Difference: the Serbian Community During the Kosovo Crisis (Forthcoming 2004) (with Joel Weiss and Vera Nincic) (html)
The Technology of Difference: ASCII, Hegemony and the Internet (html) (Forthcoming, 2004)
Internet Literate: The A report on Future Trends for Online Learning Environments in North America. A commissioned report. (With Emma Jane Hogbin)(2001)(html)
Dissertation: The Techneducator Effect: Colliding Education and Technology in the Creation of Virtual Learning Environments (2001) (pdf)
Unpacking Transnational Policy: Learning to Bridge the Digitial Divide. In Educational Technology & Society (2001)( HTML, PDF )
V.A.S.E. The Virtual Assignment Server Environment (2000) (html)
Doing Learning: Building Constructionist Skills for Educators (1999) (with Lynn Davie)(html)
Montgomery's Islands on the Net: Metaphor and Community on the Kindred Spirits E-mail List (1998) (with Yuka Kajihara and Jeff)(html)
Universities, Communities, and Site Building: Exploring Three Online Learning Systems Virtual University, WebCSILE & MOOkti (1998) (html)
Over Schooled and Under Educated: Internet as Curriculum Community (1995) (html)
Transformative and Holistic Learning: A Chaotic Description of Curriculum as a Synthetic Eclectic (1995) (html)
Research into Educational Computer Mediated Communication (1995) (html)
Gowan's Vee: An application of Gowin's Vee Heuristic Model to Educational Research into Multi User Simulated Environmen ts as a Mechanism for Applying the Story Model to Transformative and Holistic Learning Situations (1995) (html)
Lust for Life: A discussion which considers the possibility of applying ideas of Integrated Curriculum development with MOOs. (1995)(html)
These are rough position papers on Thomas Berry from the early 1990s:
Old papers from the late 80s, of dubious quality.
Atmosphere, Architecture, and Alienation: Towards an Aesthetic of the The Palace of ArtArchitecture and Feminism: woolf and hitchcock