Much of the following bibliography is from the references I used in my PhD dissertation:

Pérez Torres, M. I. 2005. Diseño de Webquests para la Enseñanza/Aprendizaje del Inglés como Lengua Extranjera: Aplicaciones en la Adquisición de Vocabulario y la Destreza Lectora. Granada: Servicios Editoriales de la Universidad de Granada. [CD-ROM].

(to see the complete list of references of my dissertation click on here), but I am adding new articles as they appear.

If you know any other references that are not listed here, please send them to me and I will be happy to add them, too. (webmaster@isabelperez.com)

WEBQUEST BIBLIOGRAPHY (also some Instructional Design articles that can be related to WebQuests)

Adell, J. 2004. “Internet en el aula: las WebQuest”. Edutec. Revista Electrónica de Tecnología Educativa, 17.<http://www.uib.es/depart/gte/edutec-e/revelec17/adell_16a.htm>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Area Moreira, M. 2004. “WebQuest. Una estrategia de aprendizaje por descubrimiento basada en el uso de Internet”. Quaderns Digitals, 33 <http://webpages.ull.es/users/manarea/webquest/webquest.pdf>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Barba, C. 2002. “La investigación en Internet con las WebQuest”. Comunicación y Pedagogía, 185: 62-66.

Barba, C. 2003. “WebQuest. Una investigación guiada con recursos Internet”. Comunicación presentada en el III Congreso Internacional Virtual de Educación CIVE 2003, Universidad de las Islas Baleares, 1-11 de abril de 2003.

Benz, P. 2000. “What is a WebQuests?”. <http://www.ardecol.ac-grenoble.fr/english/tice/oldtice/entice6a.htm>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Benz, P. 2001 “WebQuests for Language Learning” <http://www.ardecol.ac-grenoble.fr/english/tice/enwebquest2.htm>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Blanco Suárez, S. 2001 “Estudio de caso: uso de WebQuest en educación secundaria”. En La novedad pedagógica de Internet. I Congreso Internacional de Educared, Madrid, 18-20 de enero de 2001. [CD ROM].

Blasszauer, J. 2003. "WebQuests: blending learning philosophy and practise". Novelty -A journal of English Language Teaching and Cultural Studies in Hungary, 10, 1: 1-12.

Brabbs, P. 2002. “WebQuests”. English Teaching Professional, 24: 39-41. <http://www.volny.cz/brabbs/webquests.htm>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Brucklacher, B., y Gimbert, B. 1999. “Role-playing software and WebQuests—-What's possible with cooperative learning and computers”. Computers in the Schools, 15, 2: 37-48.

Castronova, J. 2002. “Discovery learning for the 21st Century: article manuscript”. Action Research Exchange, 1, 1. <http://chiron.valdosta.edu/are/Artmanscrpt/vol1no1/castronova_am.pdf>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Cooper, R. A. y Smarkola, C. 2002. “WebQuests: online inquiry instructional activities for teachers”. <http://www.temple.edu/martec/technobrief/tbrief17.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Coquard, N. 1998. “WebQuests and second language learning”. <http://rkenner.concordia.ca/Teslpapers/N_Coquard/index555.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 1995a. “Some thoughts about WebQuests”. <http://edweb.sdsu.edu/courses/edtec596/about_webquests.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 1995. “WebQuests: a technique for Internet-based learning”. Distance Educator, 1, 2: 10-13.

Dodge, B. 1996. “Active learning on the Web”. <http://edweb.sdsu.edu/people/bdodge/Active/ActiveLearning.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 1996. “Distance learning on the World Wide Web. Computer trainer's personal trainer's guide. En B. Brandon et al. (ed.). Que Education and Training. Indianapolis. <http://edweb.sdsu.edu/EdWeb_Folder/People/BDodge/CTPTG/ctptg.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 1998. “WebQuests: a strategy for scaffolding higher level learning”. Comunicación presentada en National Educational Computing Conference, San Diego, 22-24 de junio de 1998. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/necc98.htm>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 1998. “Building blocks of a WebQuest”. <http://projects.edtech.sandi.net/staffdev/buildingblocks/p-index.htm>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 1998. “Schools, skills and scaffolding on the Web”. <http://edweb.sdsu.edu/people/bdodge/scaffolding.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 1999. “WebQuest task design worksheet”. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/task-design-worksheet.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 1999. “Selecting a WebQuest project”. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/project-selection.html>[Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 1999. “Process checklist”. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/processchecker.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 1999. “Fine points. Little things that make a big difference”. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/finepoints/>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 2001a. "FOCUS: Five rules for writing a great WebQuest." Learning & Leading with Technology, 28, 8: 6-9. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/documents/focus.pdf>. [Consulta 01/09/2007].

Dodge, B. 2001b. “Creating a rubric for a given task”. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/rubrics/rubrics.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 2002. “WebQuest design process”. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/designsteps/index.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 2002. “WebQuest taskonomy: a taxonomy of tasks”. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/taskonomy.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 2002. “Adapting and enhancing existing WebQuests”. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/adapting/index.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B 2003. “Specialized search engines and directories”. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/searching/specialized.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. 2004. “Four NETS for better searching”. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/searching/fournets.htm>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B., Bellofatto, L., Bohl, N. Casey, M. y Krill M. 2001. “A rubric for evaluating WebQuests”. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/webquestrubric.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. J. y Muñoz, G. 1997. “Lessons learned from the San Diego Microworlds Project”. Comunicación presentada en The Sixth Annual German-American Dialog on Integrating Technology into Schools. Gutersloh, Alemania, 28 de abril de 1997. <http://edweb.sdsu.edu/people/bdodge/Bertelsmann.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dodge, B. y Pickett, N. 2001. “Rubrics for lessons”. <http://webquest.sdsu.edu/rubrics/weblessons.htm>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dudeney, G. 2003. "The Quest for practical web usage." TESL-EJ, 6, 4. <http://www.kyoto-su.ac.jp/information/tesl-ej/ej01/a.2.html>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

Dunnagan, E., Hifner, G., Miller, R. y Wheeler, C. 2002. “Action research: WebQuests and their effectiveness in the classroom”. <http://imet.csus.edu/imet2/hifnerg/E-Portfolio/actionresearch.pdf>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

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González-Serna Sánchez, J. M. 2003. “Una introducción en el modelo”. Revista de Aula de Letras WebQuest, 3: 38-45. <http://www.auladeletras.net/revista/Reval03.doc.pdf>. [Consulta 05/06/2004].

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