A System for the Evaluation of ESL Web Sites  A thesis by Jeffrey T. Nelson, September 1997

A Web-Integrated Course: A Shared Perception? By Katharine Isbell & Jon Reinhardt, The Language Teacher Online, Dec. 1999

An Account of a Pilot Key Pal Project for Korean Children  By Jaehee Choi and Hilary Nesi

An Introduction to the World Wide Web (with Steve McGuire). The Language Teacher. Vol. 21. No. 1. Jan. 1997. (p. 32 - 34).

Classroom Perspectives on the Internet The Language Teacher. Vol. 21. No. 5. May 1997. (p. 42 - 49).

Copyright Issues on the Web  By Kristina Pfaff-Harris

Demystifying the digital divide. Warschauer, M. (2003, August). Scientific American 289(2), 42-47.

Developing Intercultural Awareness and Writing Skills Through Email Exchange  By Caroline Mei Lin Ho

Dissecting the "digital divide": A case study in Egypt. Warschauer, M. (2003). The Information Society, 19(4), 297-304.

Does the Internet bring freedom? Warschauer, M. (2001). Information technology, education and society. 1(2), 93-201

E-mail Activities in the ESL Writing Class  Ron Belisle

E-mail in the Virtual ESL/EFL Classroom  By Pieter S. Nagel

E-mailing to Improve EFL Learners' Reading and Writing Abilities: Taiwan Experience  By Chao-chih Liao

Energizing the ESL/EFL Classroom through Internet Activities  By Kuang-wu Lee

ESOL Resources on the World Wide Web for Children Teaching Children. Vol. 1. No. 2. Jul. 1996. (p. 4 - 5)

Evaluation Considerations for On-line ESL Courses  By Shawn Moote

Focus Discipline Research and the Internet: Literacy for College ESL Students  By Loretta F. Kasper

Gender Differences in E-mail Communication  By Paolo Rossetti

Guidelines for Designing a Good Web Site for ESL Students  By Charles Kelly

How to Make a Successful ESL/EFL Teacher's Web Page  By Charles Kelly

Issues Affecting On-line ESL Learning: A Singapore Case Study  By Jaya Kannan and Cynthia Macknish

Online Quizzes - Are they Worthwhile?  By Vera Mello

Online Resources for Language Teachers Tokai University Foreign Language Education Center Journal. Vol. 15. Oct. 1995. (p. 53 - 88).

Online Strategic Interaction: ESL Role-Playing via IRC By Christopher M. Colburn

Real Linguistic Experiences using Chat Sessions or Videoconferencing  By Josu Sierra

Reconceptualizing the digital divide. Warschauer, M. (2002).

Review of The information age: Economy, society, and culture,by Manuel Castells. Warschauer, M. (1998). Computers & Composition, 15, 265-267.

Singapore's dilemma: Control vs. autonomy in IT-led development. The Information Society. Warschauer, M. (2001). 17(4), 305-311.

Social Capital and access. Warschauer, M. (2003).

The allures and illusions of modernity: Technology and educational reform in Egypt. Warschauer, M. (2003).

The Design and Utilisation of an Internet Resource for Business English Learners  By Michael Vallance

The First Steps to Internet Connectivity The Language Teacher. Vol. 20. No. 10. Oct. 1996. (p. 40 - 44)

The Internet and Foreign Language Education: Benefits and Challenges  By Meena Singhal

The Internet and Foreign Language Instruction: Practice and Discussion  By David A. Trokeloshvili and Neal H. Jost

The Internet for English Teaching: Guidelines for Teachers  By Mark Warschauer & P. Fawn Whittaker

The Internet: Making it Work in the ESL Classroom  By Gerald Fox

The rhetoric and reality of aid: A critical look at shared responsibility. Warschauer, M. (2003, April).

Thriving on Screen: Web-Authoring for L2 Instruction  By Jack Kimball

Virtual Realia  By Bryan Smith

What Do EFL Students See in Introductory Sequences of Movies  By Gordon B. Liversidge

Words as Big as the Screen: Native American Languages and the Internet by Tracey McHenry