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SITE 2003--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference



Caroline Crawford; Niki Davis; Jerry Price; Roberta Weber; Dee Anna Willis

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This conference has 17 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 1052

  1. Analysing the Structure of the Hypermedia Information

    Jose Maria Monguet, Roberto Rodriguez & Pilar Acosta, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain

    The research works carried out at the Multimedia Laboratory of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya are directed to the improvement of the performance of the products, they have concentrated... More

    pp. 226-229

  2. Add Interactivity to Your Online Courses and Projects: a guide to free Web resources to composing discussion forums, quizzes, surveys, forms

    Pavlo Antonenko, CTLT, Iowa State University, United States; Victor Udin, Educational Leadership/Policy Studies, Iowa State University, United States

    The paper presents an overview of free online services that are designed to assist education and businesses in the creation of interactive components: discussion forums, quizzes, surveys,... More

    pp. 230-232

  3. Faculty and Student Perspectives on Educational Technology and Online Learning

    Jason Baker, Regent University, United States

    Regent University offers graduate degree programs through on-campus and online delivery with many programs available in either format. Accordingly, our faculty and students are expected to move... More

    pp. 233-236

  4. Organizing and Reorganizing a Distance Education Consortium

    Elaine McIntyre & William Barber, Appalachian State University, United States; Laurie Cochenour, University of North Carolina, United States; Heather Clark, Appalachian State University, United States

    The North Carolina Consortium for Distance Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders will soon complete a highly successful masters degree program. The Consortium is now planning a... More

    pp. 237-240

  5. Transitioning Learning to a Global Environment

    Julie Bath, Wichita State University, United States

    Transforming to a global learning environment provides challenges for those faculty, who are strongly attached to a lecture environment. In order for teaching to be effective in a global... More

    pp. 241-243

  6. FOR-PD: Florida Online Reading Professional Development

    Donna Baumbach, Vasilliki Zygouris-Coe & Georgina Long, University of Central Florida, United States

    How do you help 50,000 teachers help their students become better readers? This paper and presentation describe the purpose, methods, content, delivery system, impact, and research opportunities... More

    pp. 244-247

  7. Redesigning College Algebra Delivery from Direct Instruction to a Computer Environment - If at First You Don't Succeed...

    Brian Beaudrie, Northern Arizona University, United States

    In 2001, the Department of Mathematics at NAU received a grant from the PEW foundation to redesign the delivery of College Algebra to one that would be web-based. During the fall of 2001, the... More

    pp. 248-251

  8. Reflection on Six Years of University-Level Online Teaching

    Anne Bednar, Eastern Michigan University, United States

    Qualitative analysis of a journal of six years of teaching the same university level course both online and in the classroom, forms the basis of this presentation. Moving beyond the foci of... More

    pp. 252-253

  9. Defining and Measuring Quality in On-line Discussions

    Kendall Hartley, Alex Spatariu, Ion Sas & Lisa Bendixen, University of Nevada, United States

    Abstract: In support of research examining the relationship between epistemological beliefs, metacognition, and the quality of on-line discussions this paper investigates different methods for... More

    pp. 254-255

  10. Barriers to Distance Education: Perceptions of K-12 Educators

    Lin Muilenburg & Zane Berge, UMBC, United States

    Instructional-use computers are continuing to migrate into the classrooms, with public schools reporting over half the installed base now located in classrooms. Still, education struggles with the... More

    pp. 256-259

  11. Distance Learning: Universal Design, Universal Access

    Terry Thompson & Sheryl Burgstahler, University of Washington, United States

    Distance learning courses offer opportunities for education and career enhancement for those who have access to the technologies they employ. However, many people find themselves on the wrong side ... More

    pp. 260-266

  12. Is Content Instruction?

    Judi Repman, Elizabeth Downs & Randal Carlson, Georgia Southern University, United States

    This paper looks at a new model of open scholarship and free access to course materials on-line that has been called the "open course" movement. This movement follows the "open source" software... More

    pp. 267-271

  13. NASA Center for Distance Learning Video Productions

    Randall Caton, Christopher Newport University, United States; Katrina Townes, NASA Langley Research Center, United States

    The NASA Center for Distance Learning is a partnership between the NASA Langley Research Center's Office of Education and Christopher Newport University that produces a suite of five distance... More

    pp. 272-273

  14. Development and Management of Virtual Schools: Issues and Trends

    Cathy Cavanaugh, University of North Florida, United States; Rachel Bordelon, Louisiana Center for Educational Technology, United States; Terence Cavanaugh, University of North Florida, United States; Jan Hinson, Louisiana State University, United States

    The number of virtual schools in North America currently exceeds 100, and over thirty publicly funded cybercharter schools have been launched in the past five years. The movement of students and... More

    pp. 274-276

  15. Teaching Educational Technology Off Campus: Across town and across borders – Lessons Learned

    Cathy Cavanaugh & Terence Cavanaugh, University of North Florida, United States

    After a wide range of off-campus educational technology teaching experience, both teaching at remote sites locally and out of country, instructors share their experiences with situations and... More

    pp. 277-279

  16. Partial Online Learning Environment- An Alternative of Online Learning and Face-to-Face Learning

    Hao Cen, University of Texas at Austin, United States

    Online learning is to traditional face-to-face learning what e-business is to traditional companies. Much has been know about the disadvantages of online learning. More and more researchers turn to... More

    pp. 280-281

  17. Who Benefits More from Online Learning? - Relationship between Online Learning Styles and Outcomes

    C. Y. Janey Wang, Paul Resta & Hao Cen, The University of Texas at Austin, United States

    Online learning opportunities, offered either entirely online or as a supplement to a face-to-face course, have rapidly expanded in recent years. However, little is known about how learners'... More

    pp. 282-284

  18. Corporations' View of E-degrees

    Elizabeth Chaney, Indiana State University, United States

    The research question for this study was, "How do human resource personnel in the pharmaceutical industry perceive online degree or coursework completed via distance education?" The intent was to... More

    pp. 285-288

  19. Virtual High Schools in the Midwest: How Could a Rural School Use Distance Education?

    Elizabeth Chaney, Indiana State University, United States

    Virtual High Schools are growing rapidly on the east and west coasts of our country, but can a rural Mid-west school benefit from on-line instruction as well? Could this be a new distance-learning... More

    pp. 289-290

  20. The Impact of Hypertext Materials on Undergraduate Students: An Experimental Study

    Wei-Fan Chen, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

    This experimental study was designed primarily to compare two different Elaboration-Theory-based hypertexts with a control-group design that did not employ any instructional theories and principles... More

    pp. 291-293