From Researching Virtual Initiatives in Education
This is to be a Glossary of all terms used in Re.ViCa.
The main "official" UK glossaries with coverage relevant to this report are:
In addition, several UK universities and related agencies have set up their own glossa-ries, presumably reflecting the lack of a clear model for the sector. Most of these are rather short; some of the best of these are at:
Outside the UK academic and governmental sector, there are a number of glossaries of some use, though none are comprehensive and most have very brief entries. Look in particular at:
Those unsatisfied with these lists can find many more on the Internet. A meta-glossary (list of glossaries) is at http://www.uwex.edu/disted/glossary.html – and there is a marvellous multilingual glossary of “open and distance learning” terms at http://stoner.phys.uaic.ro/idesc/glossary/.
SAGE has a comprehensive list of glossaries and encyclopedias under development, several of which are of relevance to our glossary work. See in particular 21st Century Education: A Reference Handbook by Thomas L. Good and the SAGE Glossary of the Social and Behavioral Sciences edited by Larry E. Sullivan (use the link given earlier in the paragraph).