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  • Author and Managing Editor, MyPoliSciLab (2004-present). MyPoliSciLab is the number one selling online supplement in Political Science offering streaming media, weekly news reviews, online polling, interactive activities and more. MPSL has been adopted by over 900 faculty members nation-wide and is used my more than 100,000 political science students each year. MyPoliSciLab is published by Pearson Education.
  • Lead Author, “Municipal eGovernment” (2008). The chapter discusses how local government uses technology to deliver services and support democracy. The book (Strategies for Local E-Government Adoption and Implementation: Comparative Studies) will be published by IGI Global (formerly Idea Group Inc.) and is edited by Christopher G. Reddick Ph.D., Associate Professor and Department Chair, Department of Public Administration, University of Texas at San Antonio.
  • Co-Author and Online Editor, MyVote08 (2007). MyVote08 is a brief book on the 2008 election. The book and the companion website were used in Intro to American Government courses throughout 2008. The book is published by Prentice Hall
  • Author, "E-Government Literature Review." (Spring 2006), Journal of E-Government. The Journal of E-Government is a peer review journal. The article reviews and summarizes over 120 articles and books dealing with the topic of e-government or e-democracy.
  • Coauthor, Introduction to Political Science Text (2002-2004). Professor Reece is the co-author of "American Democracy: Myth and Reality", McGraw-Hill publications. This innovative text was published as an interactive/multimedia text in collaboration with Thomas Patterson's national best seller, "We the People." The text established a new industry standard for interactive learning.
  • Author, Distance Education Study Guide (1996-1998). Professor Reece authored "Teleworkbook: Government by Consent", Western Custom Publishing. The text was a companion workbook for distance education students.
  • Coauthor, “Internet Usage by County Governments in California” (2000). The report assesses the state of e-government in California’s 52 counties including the “mega-counties” of Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego.
  • ​Coauthor, “City Government Websites in Southern California” (1999). This study presents results of an evaluation assessing Southern California's municipal websites, the purpose of which is to provide an accurate description of how cities are using their websites.​​