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Winn, W.D. (in press). Designs for researching complex events. In Elen, J. and Clark, R. (Eds.) Handling complexity in learning environments: Research and theory: Elsevier.
Winn, W.D., Stahr, F., Sarason, C., Fruland, R., Oppenheimer, P. and Lee, Y-L. (2006). Learning oceanography from a computer simulation compared with direct experience at sea. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 43(1), 25-42.
Winn, W.D. (2005). What We Have Learned About VR and Learning and What We Still Need to Study. In Proceedings of Laval Virtual 2005.
Winn, W.D., Stahr, F., Sarason, C., Fruland, R., Oppenheimer, P. and Lee, Y-L. (2003). Learning about Puget Sound using virtual reality technology. Presented at the 17th Biennial Conference of the Estuarine Research Federation, September 2003, Seattle, WA.
Stahr, F., Fruland, R., Winn, W.D., Viers, S. and Sarason, C. (2003). Virtual versus real: How do students best learn about estuarine circulation. Presented at the annual meeting of the Geophysical Society of America, November 2003, Seattle, WA.
Winn, W.D. (2003). What constructivism has contributed to the study & use of educational technology & what we need to do next. Keynote Address. International Educational Technology Conference, Eastern Mediterranean University, May 2003, Famagusta, Cyprus.
Fruland, R.M., Lei, L. and and Winn, W.D. (2003). Evidence for conceptual change in students learning oceanography in a virtual environment. Presented at the annual meeting of AERA, April 2003, Chicago, IL.
Winn, W.D. (2003). Learning in artificial environments: Embodiment, embeddedness and dynamic adaptation. Technology, Instruction, Cognition and Learning, 1, 87-114.
Winn, W.D. (2003). Technology supported learning environments. Technology, Instruction, Cognition and Learning, 1, 147-151.
Winn, W.D., Windschitl, M., Fruland, R. and Lee, Y.L. (2002). When does immersion in a virtual environment help students construct understanding? In Proceedings of International Conference of the Learning Societies, Seattle, WA.
Fruland, R., Winn, W.D., Oppenheimer, P., Stahr, F. and Sarason, C. (2002). Science Education Using a Computer Model-Virtual Puget Sound. Presented at the National Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, November 2002, San Francisco, CA.
Winn, W.D. (2002). Keynote Address: What can students learn in virtual environments that they cannot learn in class? Presented at First International Sy mposium, Open Education Faculty, May 2002, Anadolu Unversity, Turkey.
Winn, W.D. and Windschitl, M. (2002). Strategies used by university students to learn aspects of physical oceanography in a virtual environment. Presented at Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 2002, New Orleans, LA, USA.
Winn, W.D. (2002). Current trends in educational technology research: The study of learning environments. Educational Psychology Review, 14(3), 331-351.
Winn, W.D. (2001). Keynote Address: Learning in artificial environments. Presented at Annual Meeting of the International Council on Educational Media, November 2001, Taipei, Taiwan.
Winn, W., Windschitl, M. and Hedley, N.R. (2001). Using immersive visualizations to promote the understanding of complex natural systems: Learning inside virtual Puget Sound. Presented at Annual meeting of the National Association for Research on Science Teaching (NARST), March 2001, St. Louis, MO.
Winn, W.D. and Windschitl, M. (2001). Learning in artificial environments. Cybernetics and Human Knowing, 8(4), 5-23.
Winn, W.D., and Windschitl, M. (2001). Learning science in virtual environments: The interplay of theory and experience. Themes in Education, 1(4), 373-389.
Windschitl, M. and Winn, W.D. (2000). A virtual environment designed to help students learn science. In Proceedings of the International Conference of the Learning Sciences, June 2000, Ann Arbor, MI.