Shah-Nelson, C. (2013). Synchronous tools in support of teaching and learning. In Y. Kats (Eds.), Learning management systems and instructional design: Best practices in online education (pp. 172-191). IGI Global. Chapter 9 looks at various tools to facilitate synchronous learning, such as online chat, videoconferencing, white boards, and screen sharing.
Anderson, R. S., Goode, G. S., Mitchell, J. S., & Thompson, R. F. (2013). Using digital tools to teach writing in K-12 classrooms. In J. Whittingham, S. Huffman, W. Rickman, & C. Wiedmaier (Eds.), Technological tools for the literacy classroom (pp. 10-26). IGI Global. Chapter 2 describes various tools and case studies that use specific instructional technologies for teaching writing.
Cross, T., & Polk, L. (2018). Burn bright, not out: Tips for managing online teaching. Journal of Educators Online, 15(3), 1–6. An article that provides helpful suggestions on the types of technologies to use in an online environment.
Stanley, D., & Zhang, Y. (2018). Student-produced videos can enhance engagement and learning in the online environment. Online Learning, 22(2), 5–26. This article stresses how student-produced videos can improve the quality of an online course.