See also World Association for Online Education. Steve is the WAOE President since 1998.
NEW: “Online Education as a Discipline” [invited, multiple peer reviewed]. Academia Letters, Article 434, 1-6. San Francisco, CA: Academia.edu (2021).
Disruptive Technology and the Calling of Humanities and Social Sciences (Thailand, 2019) Slideshow in the last section below / Proceedings Article.
Web 2.0 Technologies for Research and Mobility (Nagoya, 2007) Proceedings Article / Slideshow in the last section below / Video of the author’s avatar presenting in a 3D virtual world while the author presented in the auditorium, using two computers and screens.
Whole Book Available
Implementing Mobile Language Learning Technologies in Japan (2017). McCarty, S., Obari, H., & Sato, T. Singapore: Springer (cite as a book though it includes case studies).
“Global Online Education” (McCarty, Ibrahim, Sedunov, & Sharma). The International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments. The Netherlands: Springer (2006).
“Theorizing and Realizing the Globalized Classroom” (2006). In A. Edmundson (Ed.), Globalized E-Learning Cultural Challenges. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. Scroll to pp. 90-115 in the whole book or see the publisher’s page for this chapter.
“Mailing Lists” (2009). In S. Mishra (Ed.), E-Learning. Staff Training and Research Institute of Distance Education (STRIDE). New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Open University.
“Making Mobile Phone Websites” and “Curtain CALL: Online Performances for Integrative Motivation” (2009). In M. Thomas (Ed.), New Frontiers in CALL: Negotiating Diversity.
“Social Networking Behind Student Lines in Japan” (2009). In M. Thomas (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Web 2.0 and Second Language Learning. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. See the chapter at Google Books or at the publisher’s page.
“Social Media to Motivate Language Learners from Before Admission to After Graduation” (2010). In W.M. Chan et al. (Eds.), Media in Foreign Language Teaching and Learning. National University of Singapore / Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton (republished in 2011).
“An Exploratory Study of Japanese EFL Learners’ Twitter Usage” (2013). McCarty, Acar, & Kimura. New Delhi: Access.
“25 Years of Online Academic Conferences” (2021). Education Jagat.
“Post-Pandemic Pedagogy” (2020). New York University: Journal of Online Education.
“How Asian Universities can Rise to the Current Challenge – Interview with World Association for Online Education President Steve McCarty in Japan” (July 2020). Education India Journal, 9 (2), 3-8.
“Enlivening Emergency Remote Teaching with Interesting Content and Qualitative Evaluation” (2020). Anecdotes of Academia.
“Thailand e-Learning and Mobile Language Learning Workshop Report” (2019). Asian Journal of Distance Education.
“Cultural Sensitivity in Voluntary Virtual Professional Development Communities” (2017). Bowskill, N., McCarty, S., Luke, R., Kinshuk, & Hand, K. Republished in a special issue of the Indian Journal of Open Learning. New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Open University.
“Vlogging Abroad: YouTube Reports from New Zealand to Japan” (2011). EduTech journal.
“Social Networking Behind Student Lines with Mixi” (2008). Proceedings of the Second International Wireless Ready Symposium: Interactivity, Collaboration and Feedback in Language Learning Technologies [can be used in lieu of the expanded book chapter above].
“Japanese Learning Styles in Cross-Cultural Online Education” (2007). CALL Review (UK).
“Applications of Mobile Research in Japan” (2007). Hirano, K., Nakatani, Y., McCarty, S., & Masuda, H. Ubiquity (New York: Association for Computing Machinery).
“Window into the Classroom: Podcasting an English for Professional Purposes Course” (2007). Osaka Jogakuin College Journal.
“Spoken Internet to go: Popularization through Podcasting” (2005). The JALT CALL Journal.
“Cultural, Disciplinary and Temporal Contexts of e-Learning and English as a Foreign Language” (2005). eLearn Magazine: Research Papers. New York: ACM.
“Global Communications in a Graduate Course on Online Education at the University of Tsukuba” (2005). GLOCOM Platform. Tokyo: Japanese Institute of Global Communications.
“A Picture of Online Education” (2004) / “Using English and the Internet could foster a Cultural Revolution in Japan” (2004) / “Voice Technologies help turn the Computer into a Communication Device” (2004) / “Correspondence Education in Japan Gradually Going Online” (2002) Updated Abstract (2020) / “Reforms in Computer Education that are Possible for Japan” (2000). Tokyo: Child Research Net.
Review of Digital Bridges: Developing Countries in the Knowledge Economy (2003). Journal of Educational Technology & Society. IEEE Learning Technology Task Force (New Zealand).
“What Online Education Is” (2001, published in the UK, updated in 2020).
“Japanese Culture Meets Online Education” (1999) Educom Review. Educause (U.S.).
“Cyberspace as an Academic Publishing Medium: Observations and Proposals” (1998). Journal of Online Education (New York University).
“The Internet for Educator Development” (1996). The Language Teacher.
Ten “Seminal Articles on e-Learning” published in Japan, the US, the UK, and Singapore from 1996 to 2008.
Selected Presentation Slideshows