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Coaldrake, Peter, Cunningham, Stuart D., Stedman, Lawrence R., Ryan, Yoni, Tapsall, Suellen, Bagdon, Kerry, et al. (2000) The Business of borderless education. Evaluations and Investigations Programme, Higher Education Division, Dept. of Education , Training and Youth Affairs, Canberra.
Ryan, Yoni, Tynan, Belinda, & Lamont-Mills, Andrea (2014) Out of Hours : Online and Blended Learning Workload in Australian Universities. In Picciano, Anthony G., Dziuban, Charles D., & Graham, Charles R. (Eds.) Blended Learning : Research Perspectives, Volume 2. Routledge, New York, pp. 268-283.
Latchem, Colin & Ryan, Yoni (2013) Transnational distance education : cultural and quality considerations. In Willems, J., Tynan, B., & James, R. (Eds.) Global Challenges and Perspectives in Blended and Distance Learning. Information Science Reference, Hershey, PA, pp. 55-72.
Tynan, Belinda, Ryan, Yoni, & Lamont-Mills, Andrea (2015) Examining workload models in online and blended teaching. British Journal Of Educational Technology, 46(1), pp. 5-15.
Fraser, Kym & Ryan, Yoni (2013) Could MOOCs answer the problems of teaching AQF required skills in Australian tertiary programmes? Australian Universities' Review, 55(2), pp. 93-98.
Lefoe, Geraldine E, Parrish, Dominique Rene, Keevers, Lynne Maree, Ryan, Yoni, & McKenzie, Joe (2013) A CLASS act : the teaching team approach to subject coordination. Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 10(3).
Ryan, Yoni (2001) Higher Education as a business:lessons from the corporate world. Minerva, pp. 115-135.
Fitzgerald, Robert, Barrass, Stephen, Campbell, John, Hinton, Sam, Ryan, Yoni, Whitelaw, Mitchell, et al. (2009) Digital learning communities (DLC) : investigating the application of social software to support networked learning (CG6-36).
Watters, James J., Christensen, Clare K., Ryan, Yoni, Weeks, Patricia, & Arcodia, Charles (1996) Petpar project: Part-time teachers improving the effectiveness of teaching and learning through participatory action research. (Unpublished)