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Books, Refereed Research Papers and Proceedings

Talab, R., & Botterbusch, H. (2010).  Ethical and legal dimensions constructivist/constructionist teaching in virtual worlds: A review of the literature. In Virtual immersive and 3D learning spaces: Emerging technologies and trends, S. Hai-Jew. (ed). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Talab, Rosemary and Hope Botterbusch. (2009)  Ethical and Legal Issues in Teaching a Graduate Course in a Virtual Environment, Chapter 14.  Virtual Learning Environments: Processes and Interactions, edited by Donna Russell.

“Ethical and Legal Issues in Teaching in a Graduate online Course: Second Life, Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), October 2009.

---  Copyright in the Age of New Technology.   Phi Delta Kappa Fastback Series.  Bloomington, IN., .   Phi Delta Kappa. 1996.

----.  “Association for Educational Communications and Technology Perspective.”  Educational Fair Access and the New Media National Conference  Proceedings  (Washington, DC:  CCUMC/AIT, June 1994),  35-37.

Botterbusch, Hope R.  "Ideas for Library Media Centers,"  edited by Blanche Woolls, Ideas for School Library Media Center.  Fayetteville, Arkansas:  Hi-Willow, 1978, pp: 12, 80, 85-86, 95-95.

International Publications

Talab, R. & Botterbusch, H. (Jan-Mar 2011) Constructivist and Constructionist Approaches to Graduate Teaching in Second Life: Ethical considerations and legal implications. International Journal of Cyber Ethics in Education. 1(1) 36-57.

National Publications

Talab, Rosemary and Hope Botterbusch (Jan 2009) Ethical Issues in Second Life.  Tech Trends,  53:1, 9-12.

Botterbusch, Hope and Preston (Jan 2008)  Copyright and Collaborative Spaces: Open Licensing and Wikis.  Tech Trends, 51:1, 7-9.

Carter, Jeff.  "Copyright Strategies" Cable in the Classroom.   (July/August, 1999):  8 -10.

Interview with Hope Botterbusch and other copyright specialists.

---  “Multimedia Fair Use Guidelines.”  Multimedia and Technology Licensing Law  Report.  (May, 1997):  4-6.

--- and Sharon Gray.  “Copyright Resources on the Web.”  Tech Trends  (March, 1997):  9-10.

---  “Scènes à faire.”  Tech Trends  (Jan/Feb 1996):   9-10.

---.  “Copyright Activities at InCite ‘95.”  Tech Trends.  (April/May, 1995):  8-9.

---  “Educational Fair Access and the New Media National Conference:  A Presenter’s Perspective.”  Tech Trends   (September, 1994):  13-14.

---  "Copyright in the Corporate Climate."  Tech Trends  (Nov./Dec., 1993):  15-16.

---"Copyright Survey Results."  Tech Trends 37, no. 5, (1992):  8-10.

---. "Tune In and Turn On! Videos in the Classroom."  Tech Trends, (September, 1991):  22-24; and quoted in Inside PR Magazine  (May, 1991:  24-25.

Regional, State, and Local Publications

Botterbusch, Hope.  "Tampa Bay Beach Buddies:  A Shoreline Cleanup Program".  University of South Florida, Department of Marine Science,   (1999)

http://www.marine.usf.edu/beachbuddies

Hoffman, Carlton E. and Hope R. Botterbusch, "Managing Media:  Pinellas County's Library Media Microcomputer Pilot Project."  Florida Media Quarterly , Fall, 1983,  pp. 21-22.

 

 

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