UD Contributions to PBL2000: Promises, Breakthroughs, and Lessons, an international conference in Birmingham, AL in Oct. 2000, hosted by Samford University.
Using Technology to Promote Success in PBL Courses, G. H. Watson, The Technology Source May/June 2002.
University of Delaware's Faculty-IT Partnership: Educational Transformation through Teamwork, Janet de Vry and G. H. Watson, The Technology Source, May/June 2003.
Scaling Up Research-Based Education for Undergraduates: Problem-Based Learning, D. E. Allen, B. J. Duch, S. E. Groh, G. H. Watson, and H. B. White,
Institutional Change in Science Education: A Case Study, Susan E. Groh, Barbara A. Williams, Deborah E. Allen, Barbara J. Duch, Sheella Mierson, and Harold B. White, III
Bringing Problem-Based Learning to the Introductory Biology Classroom, Deborah E. Allen
Cooperative Problem-Based Learning in an Undergraduate Physics Classroom, Barbara A. Williams and Barbara J. Duch
Problem-Based Learning: A Note From the Editor
Teaching with Tutors, Deborah Allen
But I Teach a Large Class..., Linda Dion
Introducing Art History through PBL, Mark Miller
PBL in a Large Introductory Geology Class, Allan Thompson A Comparative Study of Learning in Lecture vs. Problem-Based Format, Elizabeth Lieux
Problems: A Key Factor in PBL, Barbara Duch
From the Students' Point of View (student comments)
From the Tutors' Point of View (tutor comments)
The Power of PBL: From the editor
What is Problem-Based Learning?
"Creating Problems" for PBL, Hal White
A Student-Centered Model of PBL, Sheella Mierson
PBL in Physics -- The Power of Students Teaching Students, Barbara Duch
PBL and the Lively Classroom, Kurt Burch