Books and Publications

Books 

Moore, M. G., & Diehl, W. C. (Eds.). (2019). Handbook of Distance Education, 4th Edition. New York, NY: Routledge. 

Book Contributions 

Diehl, W.C. (2020). Online Learning. In Amey, M. & David, M. (Ed.) The SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. 

Diehl, W.C. & Cano, L. (2019). Charles A. Wedemeyer and the first theorists. In Moore, M. G. & Diehl, W.C. (Ed.) Handbook of Distance Education, 4th Edition. (Chapter 3). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 

Diehl, W. C. & Shattuck, K. (2016). Michael Grahame Moore: Pioneer in distance education. In Palmercooper, J. (Editor). Routledge Encyclopaedia of Educational Thinkers. Oxford: Routledge. 

Diehl, W. C. (2013). mLearning as a sub-field of open and distance education. In Berge, Z. & Muilenburg, L. (Editors). Handbook of mLearning. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. (Awarded the “2014 Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Division of Distance Learning (DDL) Distance Education Book Award") 

Diehl, W. C. (2012). Charles A. Wedemeyer and the early theorists. In Moore, M. G. (Ed.) Handbook of Distance Education, Third Edition. (Chapter 2). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 

Diehl, W. C. (2011). The International Museum of Distance Education and Technology: A virtual project. In Moore, M. G. and Kearsley, G. (Ed.) Distance Education: A Systems View, Third Edition. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 

Daniel, J., Mackintosh, W. & Diehl, W. C. (2007). The mega-university response to the moral challenge of our age. In Moore, M. G. (Ed.) Handbook of Distance Education, Second Edition. (pp. 609-620). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 

Peer Review Journal Articles, Journal Editorials, and Reports 

Wang, N., Yeh, K.-C., Diehl, W.C., Heiser, R., Gregg, A., Tran, L., & Zhu, C. (2021). Learning from Doing: Lessons Learned from Designing and Developing an Educational Software within A Heterogeneous Group. International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies 

Wang, N., Gregg, A., Yeh, M., Heiser, R., Diehl, W.C. (2019). Pet avatars, performance visualization, and social presence. International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning. 

Diehl, W. C. (2019).  Debate, confusion, and cohesion in distance education. The American Journal of Distance Education, 33(4). (Editorial) 

Diehl, W. C. (2019). The American Center for the Study of Distance Education reestablished. The American Journal of Distance Education, 33(2). (Editorial) 

Diehl, W. C. (2018). Online instructor and teaching competencies: Part two. Literature review for Quality Matters. Annapolis: Quality Matters. (Report) 

Diehl, W. C. (2018). Closing the Year with Appreciation to Our Peer Reviewers. The American Journal of Distance Education, 32(4), 221-222.  (Editorial) 

Diehl, W. C. (2018). Complex Systems, Transitions, and Taking a Moment. The American Journal of Distance Education, 32(2), 1. (Editorial) 

Diehl, W. C. (2017). Editorial. The American Journal of Distance Education, 31(4), 1. (Editorial) 

Diehl, W. C. (2016). Wedemeyer Award and Research Symposium Report. The American Journal of Distance Education, 31(1), 4. (Editorial) 

Diehl, W. C. (2016). Online instructor and teaching competencies: Literature review for Quality Matters. Annapolis:            Quality Matters, MarylandOnline. (Report) 

Shattuck, K. & Diehl, W. C. (2011). Scholarly research that supported the development of the 2011-2013 Quality Matters Higher Education Rubric ™. Quality Matters, MarylandOnline. (Report) 

Diehl, W. C. (2011). Speaking Personally—With Börje Holmberg. American Journal of Distance Education, 25(1). 

Diehl, W. C., Head-Dylla, C., Nehme, M., Sun, J., & Zegers, J. (2009). Michael Apted's Up! series as a teaching prompt for understanding, collaboration, and new learning in a Sociology Course Setting. Teaching Sociology, 37(4). 

Diehl, W. C., & Prins, E. (2008). Unintended outcomes in Second Life: Intercultural literacy and cultural identity in a virtual world. Language and Intercultural Communication, 8(2), 101-118. 

Dissertation 

Learning at the Back Door: Charles A. Wedemeyer and the Evolution of Open and Distance Education. Ph.D. dissertation, The Pennsylvania State University.