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SITE 2011--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 07, 2011


Matthew Koehler; Punya Mishra

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This conference has 7 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 817

  1. Webscapes: A Theoretical Framework for the Collaborative Design and Development of Multimedia-Rich Online Learning Environments

    Sara McNeil, Univ of Houston, United States; Bernard Robin, University of Houston, United States

    This proposal explores the evolution of the Webscape theoretical framework over a ten year period and describes several multimedia educational projects developed using this student-centered,... More

    pp. 541-545

  2. Identifying Target Audiences for Blackboard Professional Development at a Mid-South University

    Linda Merillat & Natalie Johnson-Leslie, Arkansas State University, United States

    A deeper understanding of how Blackboard is being used can inform efforts to develop more effective professional development. This analysis examines how frequently Blackboard features are being... More

    pp. 546-549

  3. No such thing as failure, only feedback: Designing innovative opportunities for e-assessment and technology-mediated feedback

    Charles Miller, Aaron Doering & Cassie Scharber, University of MN, United States

    In this paper we challenge designers, researchers, teachers, and students to re-assess and re-envision the value of technology-mediated feedback and e-assessment by examining the innovative roles... More

    pp. 550-556

  4. Virtual Libraries: A Mentoring Tool for Online Learners

    Betty J. Morris & Stephanie Griffin, Jacksonville State University, United States

    Novice online students need mentoring to empower them to be better students as they study and do coursework online. According to Lynch (2002), “ a key role change that faculty must begin to... More

    pp. 557-562

  5. Assessment E and F2F: Outcome-Driven Course Redesign

    Jacqueline Mumford, Walsh University, United States

    This paper presents a case study addressing the transition of an undergraduate teacher education course from a face-to-face (F2F) delivery mode to an eLearning (E) format. Over a period of three... More

    pp. 563-568

  6. Personalize eLearning System using Three Parameters and Genetic Algorithms

    Abuagila Musa & Melvin Ballera, Sirt University, Libya

    Abstract: The growing interest of eLearning in educational setting has been exponentially proliferated focusing only on the development and delivery of content among learners. Many researches... More

    pp. 569-574

  7. Examining Self-regulated Learning in Post secondary Learners through Problem based Learning (PBL) and Game play

    Anjum Najmi & Debbie Blackwell, UNT, United States; Scott J Warren, unt, United States

    Helping college students to deal with real-world problems in complex and dynamic situations who can make reasoned and reflective decisions, is one of the essential goals for higher education. When ... More

    pp. 575-582

  8. Distance Education Courses – Establishing Direction

    Phillip Nelson, Kent State University, United States

    Students beginning a distance education course need to know where to begin. What will they read first? Will it be the syllabus or will they read the syllabus at all? Will key material and... More

    pp. 583-584

  9. Project-Based Learning: Collaboration for Integration of Technology & Relevancy Within Teacher Education

    Trudi Nelson & Patricia Bruinsma, The University of South Dakota, United States

    Abstract: The goal of this project-based learning experience was to raise the level of student engagement and learning within two university courses in our teacher education cohort. Student... More

    pp. 585-588

  10. Designing the CloudBoard - an ICT tool for online tutoring in higher education

    Stefan Nilsson, Monika Hattinger, Lennarth Bernhardsson & Lars Svensson, University West, Sweden

    This paper concerns online tutoring in higher education. Observation studies of online tutoring sessions in two masters level engineering courses were conducted where teachers on campus tutored... More

    pp. 589-592

  11. Proposal of Postmortem Support Tools for Use in Project-based Learning

    Yuji Nishigaki & Takashi Yukawa, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan

    In the present paper, we propose a postmortem support tool for project-based learning (PBL) applied to the training of embedded software development. The authors have been conducting research in an... More

    pp. 593-598

  12. A System for the Remote Observation of Student Teachers

    Lloyd Onyett, Indiana University of PA, United States

    This presentation will demonstrate the effectiveness of an inexpensive computer video and audio system enabling faculty to remotely observe student teachers during their student teaching... More

    pp. 599-601

  13. Patterns of user interaction in learning management systems

    Christian Ostlund, Lars Svensson & Martin Gellerstedt, University West, Sweden

    This brief paper reports on a research in progress where the actual use of a LMS through the process of web usage mining is studied. Web logs of student interacting with a LMS at a midsized... More

    pp. 602-605

  14. Faculty Adoption of Technology: The Use of Elluminate Live

    G. Andrew Page, Alaska Pacific University, United States; John Pauli, Chris Sturm & Micah Fierstein, University of Alaska Anchorage, United States

    Abstract: The evolution of online learning to a hybrid or blended learning framework offers enhanced learning possibilities for interactivity and engagement (Arbasz & Baker, 2003; Albrecht, 2006;... More

    pp. 606-614

  15. The E-midia Lab Project: the Euro-Mediterranean Intercultural Dialogue Laboratory

    Elisa Palomba, Dipartimento di Scienze Psicologiche, Pedagogiche e Didattiche - Università degli Studi di Lecce, Italy

    Intercultural communication and education are important topics that are gaining prominence in many fields of studyGiven the likely increase in intercultural interaction over global computer... More

    pp. 615-622

  16. iTV Video Streaming Management System for Basic Education

    Anna Paula Parallag-Tan, Harlyn Sedin, Catherine Joy Espino & Archie Bacani, Systems Plus College Foundation, Philippines

    Every country has identified improving education quality as one of its highest national priorities. In spite of progress in responding to the demand for increased school access, developing more... More

    pp. 623-628

  17. Evolution of the Remote Observation of Graduate Interns

    Teresa Petty, Richard Hartshorne & Tina Heafner, UNC Charlotte, United States

    The University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s College of Education has developed a 100% online teacher licensure program. Since the inception of this program, students and faculty have responded ... More

    pp. 629-631

  18. University Supervisor Perspectives of the Remote Observation of Graduate Interns

    Teresa Petty, Tina Heafner & Richard Hartshorne, UNC Charlotte, United States

    The University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s College of Education has offers a 100% online teacher licensure program. One component of the licensure program is the Graduate Internship which... More

    pp. 632-634

  19. The use of Google Docs in the student teaching experience

    Roxanne Pickle, Bemidji State University, United States

    In distance teacher preparation programs, communication between the sponsoring university and cooperating schools sites can be a challenge. Student teachers in distant programs are placed in school... More

    pp. 635-639

  20. Mobile Technology in Education

    Carly Pietrzyk, George Semich, John Graham & Donna Cellante, Robert Morris University, United States

    According to the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the number of mobile phone subscribers will reach five billion by the end of 2010 (Whitney, 2010). This means that approximately 75... More

    pp. 640-650