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SITE 2000--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

2000

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Dee Anna Willis; Jerry Price; Jerry Willis

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Number of papers: 477

  1. Issues in the Design and Development of DVD-Materials for Teacher Training in Counseling

    Tomohiro Miyamoto, National Institute of Multimedia Education, Japan; Delwyn Harnisch, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States; Tsuneo Yamada & Yuko Hiraga, National Institute of Multimedia Education, Japan

    To cope with dramatically increasing problematic behaviors among primary and secondary school students in Japan, training for counseling skills is considered one of the most important areas in... More

    pp. 1144-1149

  2. Role of Audience In Multimedia Production

    Marlo Steed, University of Lethbridge, Canada

    Multimedia projects are opportunities to negotiate meaning through a variety of portrayals. However, too often multimedia projects are created with inadequate thought for how it will be perceived... More

    pp. 1150-1157

  3. VisionQuest © : Helping Our Future Teachers Envision and Achieve Technology Integration

    Peggy Ertmer, Sangeetha Gopalakrishnan & Eva Ross, Purdue University, United States

    The purpose of the VisionQuest © project is to help current and future educators envision and achieve technology integration by providing access to electronic models of technology-using teachers.... More

    pp. 1158-1162

  4. Database Advisor : a New Tool for K-12 Research Projects

    Susan S. Berteaux, University of California, San Diego, United States; Sandra S. Strong, Norwich City Schools, United States

    The Database Advisor (DBA) is a tool designed to guide users to the most appropriate Web-based databases for their research. When teachers, students or library staff begin a research project it is... More

    pp. 1163-1168

  5. Digital Cameras in the K-12 Classroom

    Kenneth Clark, Alice Hosticka & Jacqueline Bedell, Georgia Southern University, United States

    Today's digital cameras, electronic devices that merge computer capabilities with traditional photography, have come a long way in affordability and ease of use. Digital cameras can enhance and... More

    pp. 1169-1174

  6. NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN AUDIO AND VIDEO TECHNOLOGIES

    Jeffrey W. Bauer, University of Northern Colorado, United States

    Pohlmann (1999) describes what he calls the "X-tronic generation" as, "Younger than Gen-Xers" and having "pure, liquid technology coursing through their veins" (p. 38). Their out of school lives... More

    pp. 1175-1178

  7. Linking Video Conferencing to the Desktop

    Ron McBride & Bob Gillan, Northwestern State University

    Video conferencing for use in education has included the development of expensive yet sophisticated technology capable of delivering quality instruction to multiple sites. Limitations arise from ... More

    pp. 1179-1184

  8. Teaching Teachers to Use Multimedia Tools: One University’s Approach

    Sandra Flank & Jeanine Meyer, Pace University, United States

    This paper describes a course in multimedia for teachers taught as a one-week intensive course during the summer for a variety of types of students. The background and rationale for course design... More

    pp. 1185-1188

  9. Ten Years on: Assessing Multimedia Distance-Learning

    Christine Vaillant-Sirdey, IUT - Université Toulouse III, France

    This paper is a presentation of a 10-year experiment in multimedia distance learning in English for specific purposes within the general frame of a 3-year management diploma in the French higher ... More

    pp. 1189-1193

  10. Interactive Multimedia as Research Portrayal

    Marlo Steed & Rick Mrazek, University of Lethbridge, Canada

    This paper reports on an ongoing project to implement an interactive on-line multimedia web site for communicating research and development results. The value of multimedia for activating rich... More

    pp. 1194-1202

  11. Development of two Multimedia Corpora for Adaptive Web-based Distance Learning

    Evangelos Kopsacheilis, Emedia EVK Ltd., Greece

    The use of web-based applications for accessing structured educational material is one of the most interesting variations of Distance Learning due to its flexibility and its reduced cost. In this... More

    pp. 1203-1207

  12. The Internet and Video: A Teaching Collaboration

    Peter McAllister, Ball State University, United States

    The World Wide Web enables the linking of text, images, sound and video on Internet connected servers to be presented as enriching additives to the learning environment offered to students.... More

    p. 1208

  13. Using Web Database Tools to Facilitate the Construction of Knowledge in Online Courses

    Sara G. McNeil & Bernard R. Robin, University of Houston, United States

    This paper presents an overview of database tools that dynamically generate Web materials and focuses on the use of these tools used to support research activities as well as teaching and... More

    pp. 1209-1215

  14. COATT: A statewide initiative to improve pre-service technology education in Michigan

    Thomas Fox McManus, Saginaw Valley State University, United States; Michael T. Charles, Eastern Michigan University, United States; Reuben A. Rubio, Albion College, United States

    Like many other states, Michigan has recently instituted minimum technology standards for pre-service teachers. A diverse group of teacher preparation institutions in Michigan who believed there ... More

    pp. 1220-1224

  15. Computer Technology Courses for Pre-Service Teachers: a Comparison of Four University’s Approaches

    Abbie Brown, Washington State University, United States; Bob Appelman, Indiana University, United States; Timothy Green, California State University, Fullerton, United States; Lisa Hansen, University of Northern Iowa, United States

    This paper is a description of the Educational Technology/Instructional Technology courses developed and delivered within the teacher education programs at four diverse state universities. Each... More

    pp. 1225-1231

  16. Doing IT Down Under: Uses of Information Technologies in an Australian Degree for K-6 Teachers

    Dianne Chambers & Calvin Tromp, The University Of Melbourne, Australia

    This paper discusses the Information Technology (IT) skills that are developed in the Bachelor of Education (Primary) degree at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Students graduating from... More

    pp. 1232-1239

  17. Mentoring, Case Studies, and Preservice Teachers: A Study of Analyzing the Use and Impact of an Electronic Bulletin Board

    Kathryn LaMaster, San Diego State University, United States; Morely Laurie, Northern State University, United States

    individuals and have extended the traditional classroom walls. Incorporating the use of the Internet into teacher education programs is an important way to develop future teachers competent in... More

    pp. 1240-1241

  18. Collaboration: The Chemistry Between Colleagues

    Julia Bedell, Vernon Hicks, Allen H. Seed & Vinay Kumar, Northern Kentucky University, United States

    This paper examines one collaborative effort developed to improve pre-service teacher attitudes toward teaching with technology. An interview and email exchanges were used to determine the history... More

    pp. 1242-1245

  19. Discovering South Dakota Through Telecollaborative Means

    Denise Peterson, South Dakota State University, United States

    This paper focuses on the Discover South Dakota Tellecollaborative Project and how South Dakota State University is using the project to tie together technology and teaching in the preservice... More

    pp. 1246-1250

  20. Technology Partners: Preservice Teachers and Students Collaborate to Master Technology Curriculums

    Sara Olin Zimmerman & Melanie W. Greene, Appalachian State University, United States

    Through a field experience in the Fifth Dimension, preservice teachers are acquiring technology competencies required for licensure in the state of North Carolina. This technology rich... More

    pp. 1251-1255