- Cavender, Amy. “Integrating a Digital Project Into a Class: Deciding on a Project,” Chronicle of Higher Education (August 24, 2011), http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/integrating-a-digital-project-into-a-class-deciding-on-a-project/35475.
- “Choosing or Writing Good Case Studies,” and “Facilitating Case Discussions,” Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Texas at Austin
- Lumsdaine, E., Loukus, J. et al. (June, 2009). “Forming and Managing Project Teams in Large Capstone Design Courses,” ASEE Annual Conference, Austin, Texas. http://www.innovationtoday.biz/pubs/ASEE_2009-6391.pdf.
- Stevens, D.D. and Levi, A. (2005). Introduction to Rubrics: An Assessment Tool to Save Grading Time, Convey Effective Feedback, and Promote Student Learning. Sterling, VA: Stylus.
- Professor G. Dirk Mateer’s students in a large-enrollment introductory economics course at Penn State (1200+) split into teams of four for 6 weeks to create “their own fun, but educational video demonstrating an economics concept learned in the course.” See more at the ECON 2 media spotlight page in Media Commons at Penn State.
- Jeffrey McClurken, “Student Contracts for Digital Projects,” Chronicle for Higher Education (March 2, 2010), http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/student-contracts-for-digital-projects/23011
- Rubric Machine [free online tool for building rubrics]: http://www.thinkinggear.com/tools/rubrics.cfm
- Undergraduate Capstone Open Source Projects (UCOSP), collaborative for the development of open source software projects