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SITE 1999--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

1999

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J.D. Price; J Willis; Dee Anna Willis; M Jost; S Boger-Mehall

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Number of papers: 414

  1. Preparing Preservice Teachers for Testing: Pilot Study on the LAN

    Ruth Robbins & Linlin Irene Chen, University of Houston Downtown, United States

    This paper will describe the process that was followed and the outcome of initiating an online instruction and testing environment which was setup on a LAN network at University of Houston Downtown... More

    pp. 98-101

  2. Bells and Whistles or Effective Instructional Presentations

    Karen Smith-Gratto & Dorothy Leflore, North Carolina A & T State University, United States

    An increasing number of instructors at all levels of education are using presentation software to accompany lectures. These presentations can include graphics, photographs, animation, video, music... More

    pp. 102-105

  3. Decision Making in Editing Interactive Video: What is the Case?

    Kitty van der Gijp & Ellen van den Berg, University of Twente

    This paper is about dilemmas in editing video for interactive use in multimedia productions. It contains a reconstruction of the decisions made before and during the editing process. Subsequently... More

    pp. 106-110

  4. Charting Our Progress: The Evolution of a Master's Degree in Educational Technology

    Elizabeth M. Willis, Northern Arizona University, United States

    p. 111

  5. Instruction Delivery Systems for 21 st Century Graduate Teacher Education

    Gertrude (Trudy) W. Abramson, Nova Southeastern University, United States

    This special interest group (SIG) discussion will provide an opportunity for teacher educators to share their expertise, questions, thoughts and hopes about the ways graduate teacher education... More

    p. 113

  6. Human Interaction During Teacher Training Courses Delivered Via The Internet

    Kathrine Box, University of North Texas, United States

    As teachers return for advanced degrees and universities explore alternative delivery methods involving the Internet, learning needs of professional educators must be considered. Interaction... More

    pp. 114-119

  7. Adding Interactivity to Web Based Distance Learning

    Ralph Cafolla & Richard Knee, Florida Atlantic University, United States

    Web Based Distance Learning (WBDL) is a form of distance learning based on providing instruction mainly on the World Wide Web. In developing several WBDL courses, the authors have learned much... More

    pp. 120-125

  8. Developing Online Courses: A Comparison of Web-based Instruction with Traditional Instruction

    Mike Odell, Jason Abbitt, John Davis & Doug Amos, University of Idaho, United States

    The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of an online course as compared to its "traditional" counterpart and to an "integrated" course using traditional and online... More

    pp. 126-130

  9. Technology Is The Tool, Teaching Is The Task: Student Satisfaction In Distance Learning

    Gregory A. DeBourgh, University of San Francisco, United States

    A study was conducted to determine predictors of student satisfaction in a graduate nursing program taught via fully interactive, multipoint real-time video teleconferencing and World Wide Web... More

    pp. 131-137

  10. Students In Cyerspace: Tips For Successfully Navigating Your First Web-Based Course

    Mary I. Dereshiwsky, Northern Arizona University, United States

    This proposal is intended to present students with some tips for dispelling the understandable fears associated with research and statistics coursework undertaken via Internet. This proposal is... More

    pp. 138-142

  11. Training Mathematics and Physical Science Teachers via Interactive TV Transmissions and Computer Based Tutorials

    S. A. du Plessis & J. H. Smit, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

    In 1998 the University of Stellenbosch started to experiment with interactive TV transmissions – with direct audio feedback – as an exciting new medium of instruction. Transmissions to ten... More

    pp. 143-146

  12. A Modular Approach to Education – Its Application to the Global Campus

    Bruce Elson & Alan Phelan, University of Central England

    A range of pedagogic, administrative, socio-economic, structural and resource issues surround the establishment of a global campus. This paper identifies and discusses such issues, and suggests... More

    pp. 147-151

  13. Tutoring Group Learning at a Distance

    Eva R Fåhræus, Stockholm University, Sweden

    Experiences from a distance course conducted during 1996-97 and reports from other experiments have yielded the conclusion that collaborating via electronic conferencing systems demands new... More

    pp. 152-157

  14. Science: Out of This World Goes Online

    Bob Gillan & Mike Hawkins, Northwestern State University (LA), United States

    Science: Out of this World, an awarding winning middle school science TV series gets a World Wide Web makeover and new directions. This paper discusses the conversion of a science video course ... More

    pp. 158-161

  15. Approaching Distance Learning to Classroom Activities. A Faculty Updating Program to Meet this Goal

    Marilene Garcia & Carmen Maia, Universidade Anhembi-Morumbi, Brazil

    This paper reports the experience of constructing university teachers updating programs, generated by the needs of renewing educational strategies. Such updating programs aim at conjugating... More

    pp. 162-166

  16. The Perplexing Problem of Teaching a Graduate Education Course via the Internet

    Lorna J. Gifford, Northwestern State University (LA), United States

    The purpose of this study was to identify the perceptions of a college instructor redesigning a graduate course in educational philosophy for distance learning. Since the traditional class was ... More

    pp. 167-170

  17. Information Technology and Teacher Education: The Missing Link

    Yehoshafat Shafee Give'on, Beit Berl College, Israel

    A general methodology, by means of which teachers can learn and know how to analyze a broad class of didactical processes and to design ways of incorporating information technology into the... More

    pp. 171-175

  18. Online Teaching and Learning and Learner-centred Pedagogy

    Heather Hemming, Acadia University, Canada

    The purpose of this paper is to document the process of developing an online graduate course in Education within a learner-centred curricular framework. Current and future computer technology has... More

    pp. 176-179

  19. Growth Management in Distance Education: How to Expand Your Distance Offerings

    Melanie Hill & Matthew Clay, State University of West Georgia, United States

    As distance learning has proven to be a viable and effective means of delivering instruction, the focus for many institutions has shifted from program establishment to program growth. The... More

    pp. 180-181

  20. Conducting Education Methods On-Line to Teachers on Emergency Certification

    Robin McGrew-Zoubi, Hollis Lowery-Moore & Jeannine S. Hirtle, Sam Houston State University, United States

    This paper is a mid-project report of a study being conducted of a block of education methods courses for post-baccalaureate students teaching on emergency certification. Qualitative analysis... More

    pp. 182-187