Moore, M. G., & Diehl, W. C. (Eds.). (In press). Handbook of Distance Education, 4th Edition. New York, NY: Routledge.
Diehl, W.C. & Cano, L. (in press). 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). Encyclopedia 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.
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.
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.
Journal Articles and Research Reports
Diehl, W. C. (2016). Online instructor and teaching competencies: Literature review for Quality Matters. Quality Matters, Maryland Online.
Shattuck, K. & Diehl, W. C. (2011). Scholarly research that supported the development of the 2011-2013
Quality Matters Higher Education Rubric ™. Quality Matters, MarylandOnline.
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.
Diehl, W.C. (2011). Learning at the Back Door: Charles A. Wedemeyer and the Evolution of Open and Distance Education. Ph.D. dissertation, The Pennsylvania State University.
Diehl, W.C. (2008). Formal and Informal Learning Experiences in Second Life: An Overview. In Lundry, S. & Isaac, E. (Eds.). Gateway to the Future of Learning. (pp. 90-95). University of Missouri, St. Louis, Missouri: AERC.
Diehl, W.C. (2007). The new social networking technologies: Educators get a Second Life. In Tait, A., Gaskell, A. & Mills, R. (Eds.) What do we know about using new technologies for learning and teaching? A Ten Year Perspective. (pp.76-83). 12th Cambridge International Conference on Open and Distance Learning, New Hall, Cambridge, UK.
Diehl, W.C. (2007). Research Process in Second Life. In Kemp, J. & Livingstone, D. (Eds.) Conference proceedings of the 2007 Second Life Community Convention. Chicago: New Media Consortium.
Diehl, W.C., Gnanadass, E., Gungor, R., Long, E., Crandall, J., Park, H. & Schied, F. (2007). Knowledge Construction In The Early Years: A Content Analysis Of The Three Adult Education Journals, 1929-1955. In Young, J. (Ed.) The 26th Annual Midwest Research-to-Practice in Adult, Continuing, Community and Extension Education. Muncie: Ball State University.
Diehl, W. C. & Batson, P. (2008). Adult Education has Presence in Second Life. Adult Education Connections. University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Department of Education.
Diehl, W. C. (2006). Elluminate Live! Adult Education Connections. University Park: The Pennsylvania State Adult Department of Education.
Diehl, W. C. (2005). Student Finds Freedom and Flexibility in Online Program. Adult Education Connections. University Park: The Pennsylvania State Adult Department of Education.