ICTE Edinburgh 1999 Program for Sunday Evening, March 28
and for Monday, March 29, 1999

Due to the length of the total progrm for ICTE Edinburgh 1999, the program schedule is listed on separate web pages by day for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. 

Several speakers will be added as they are confirmed.   Check the ICTE home page periodically for announcements of keynote speakers.

To assist in looking up papers by title, Paper ID, presenter name, etc. a separate listing of just the presentations for all three days, without schedule information and ordered by Paper ID, is at ICTE Edinburgh Papers

Sunday Evening, Monday Program Schedule
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Paper ID Session Type / Theme Day / Time Room Seq Paper Title Presenters / Institution Country
  Registration / Check-in Sunday 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm Appleton Tower, University of Edinburgh   Registration and check-in desk will be open from 2:00 PM until 7:00 PM Sunday afternoon See Registration / Check-in for more information  

Opening Reception Sunday
7:30 pm
Edinburgh Castle A Edinburgh Castle Reception
Welcome to ICTE Edinburgh 99
Castle Tours
Castle Museums Open for ICTE
See Reception for more information

Opening Monday
9:00 am
Main Auditorium D Welcome -- David Walker, Conference Co-Chair
Introductions, Announcements
--

Opening Monday
9:15 am
Main Auditorium B Opening Keynote Speaker Helen Liddell MP, Minister of Education

Coffee Break Monday
10:00 am
Registration Area
-- --
303 Workshop
1
Monday
10:30 am
Demonstration Setting 1
Change and the Power of You: Personally and Organizationally Managing the Educational Challenges of the New Millennium P. Rudy Mattai, Walter S. Polka
Buffalo State College; Lewiston-Porter Central Schools/Buffalo State College
USA

Panel Monday
10:30 am
Panel Setting 1
-- to be announced -- --
171 Panel Monday
10:30 am
Panel Setting 1
Directions, Development and Delivery of Online C++ Linda Hayes, Marybeth Atwill, Sharon Johnston
The Florida High School
USA
289 Poster Monday
10:30 am
Poster Area 1
Information Education in the Department of Elementary Education - Education for Visual Communication Kazuko Nagae, Satomi Kawafuti
Kanto Junior College
Japan
253 Paper
4
Monday
10:30 am
Room 1 A Information and Communication Technology Supporting Early Professional Development for Teachers: Policy, into Products, into Practice John Anderson, Byron Evans
Department of Education for Northern Ireland
N. Ireland
270 Paper
1
Monday
10:30 am
Room 1 B Teachers' ICT skills and knowledge needs: a recent study in Scottish schools Dorothy Williams, Kay Wilson, Louisa Coles
The Robert Gordon University
UK
317 Paper
2
Monday
10:30 am
Room 1 C Implementing Telelearning Systems in Rurla Scotland and Newfoundland -- Some Policy Implications Jennie Dowling, Norman Coutts, Jim Ewing, Ken Stevens
Northern College
UK
248 Paper
1
Monday
10:30 am
Room 2 A Introducing Computer-Based Learning into Existing "Traditional" Classes Konstantinos Tarabanis, Charalampos Karagiannidis
Department of Business Administration, University of Macedonia
Greece
188 Paper
1
Monday
10:30 am
Room 2 B Funding Your Technology Program: Challenges and Opportunities Lyndon McClure, Leslie Mock
Dallas County Community College District
USA
167 Paper Monday
10:30 am
Room 2 C The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, an Evolving International Model Program and Case Study of Implementing Online Learning Environment in a Distance Education Setting for Volunteers Arthur Johnson
U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, Office of Auxiliary
USA
109 Paper
3
Monday
10:30 am
Room 3 A An Image Library on the World Wide Web Jack Sullivan
University of Maryland
USA
280 Paper
5
Monday
10:30 am
Room 3 B Pioneering a Web-Based Science Museum in Taiwan: Design and Implementation of Life-Long Distant Learning of Science Education Shwu-Ching Young
National Tsing Hua University, Hsin-Chu, Taiwan
Rep. of China
164 Paper
5
Monday
10:30 am
Room 3 C Digital Arts Learning Center @ Ghost Ranch: Creating Digital Assets for Museum and Public Education Resources Patricia Roberts, Melinda Hess, Cheryl Muceus
Convivial Design Inc.
USA
305 Paper
4
Monday
10:30 am
Room 4 A Students as Protagonists in the Learning Process Iolanda Bueno de Camargo Cortelazzo
USP and Universidade Bandeirante
Brasil
229 Paper
3
Monday
10:30 am
Room 4 B In-Service Teachers' Attitudes Towards Virtual Reality Learning Environments Eugenia Nikolou, Panayiotis Tsakalis
University of Ioannina
Greece
260 Paper
4
Monday
10:30 am
Room 4 C Using the Web to Support Collaborative Learning Ernesto Laval
University of Bristol/Universidad de La Frontera
UK
195 Paper
3
Monday
10:30 am
Room 5 A Teaching Technology to Adult Learners: What Strategies Work? Sally Shumard, Nancy Scott, Kim Guthrie
Virginia Commonwealth University, School of the Arts
USA
144 Paper
1
Monday
10:30 am
Room 5 B Interactive Technologies in the Classroom Barton D. Thurber, Jack W. Pope
University of San Diego
USA
269 Paper
3
Monday
10:30 am
Room 5 C Integrating Interactive Multimedia into the Curriculum Sally Smith, Sandra Cairncross
Napier University
UK
124 Paper
2
Monday
10:30 am
Room 6 A Design and Develop EPSS for Legacy Software Beatriz Beltran
United Bible Societies
USA
271 Paper
2
Monday
10:30 am
Room 6 B Student IT Induction for the Millienial Society: Tweaking the Learning Culture Allan Martin
University of Glasgow
UK
263 Paper
2
Monday
10:30 am
Room 6 C Implementing IT into the School Curriculum: Perspectives and Experiences from Singapore Rosalind Y. Mau
Nanyang Technological University

120 Paper
4
Monday
10:30 am
Room 7 A An Interactive Format for Distance Learning David M. Williamson
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
USA
216 Paper
4
Monday
10:30 am
Room 7 B Flexible Learning in An Accelerated Computer Science Program Jim Miller, Jiang B. Liu
Bradley University
USA
227 Paper
4
Monday
10:30 am
Room 7 C Use of Sychronous Communications in Educational Process Mazarakos Stamatios, Kremmyda Spyricoula, Michalis Panagiotou
01 Pliroforiki S.A.
Greece
101 Paper
1
Monday
10:30 am
Room 8 A The Effect of Computer Attitudes and State Anxiety on Computer-Based Testing Carol Sternberger
Purdue University
USA
122 Paper
4
Monday
10:30 am
Room 8 B Meeting the Continuing Education Needs of General and Special Education Teachers Through Distance Learning Mary Beth Janes, Ph.D., ATP
Indiana University, Institute for the Study of Developmental Disabilities
USA
158 Paper
4
Monday
10:30 am
Room 8 C Reflections on Web-Based Distance Education Courses in Technical Fields: Designing a Hall of Mirrors J. S. Boyce, Inez Giles
University of Maryland University College
USA

Plenary Monday
11:45 am
Main Auditorium
-- to be announced -- --

Lunch Monday
12:30 pm
Cafeteria
-- Lunch Break -- --
108 RoundTable
4
Monday
12:30 pm
Round Table Setting 1
A Discussion of Distance Education Models Tom Seymour
Minot State University
USA

Plenary Monday
2:00 pm
Main Auditorium
-- to be announced -- --
187 Panel Monday
3:00 pm
Panel Setting 1
An Analysis of Inservice Professional Herbert Rieth, Charles Kinzer
The University of Texas at Austin; Vanderbilt University
USA
123 Poster
1
Monday
3:00 pm
Poster Area 1
Utilizing Videoconferencing to Enhance Foreign Language Instruction Kathleen Huggard-McKinney
Tropical Elementary School
USA
151 Poster
2
Monday
3:00 pm
Poster Area 2
Wireless Gives Teachers Access When They Need It, Not When It's Available Michael Green, Jack Piel
UNC - Charlotte
Dept. of Reading & Elementary Education; UNC - Charlotte
Reading & Elementary Education Dept.
USA
299 Paper
3
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 1 A Developing Educational Web Sites for the Classroom Richard Alexander
Los Alamos National Laboratory - Science and Technology Base Programs
USA
315 Paper
1
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 1 B Use of the Internet to Facilitate Face-To-Face Instruction John E. Bell
Michigan State University
USA
106 Paper
1
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 1 C K-12 Teacher Use of the WWW in Classrooms Morris I Beers
SUNY Brockport, Dept. of Education
USA
133 Paper
1
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 2 A The Marketing Case Tutor: An Interactive Web-Based Learning Resource T. Rick Whiteley
West Virginia State College
Dept. of Business Administration
USA
255 Paper
1
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 2 B Using Portable Spell Checkers to Develop Literacy in the Primary Years C. A. Taylor
University of Exeter
UK
254 Paper
1
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 2 C Raising Literacy Standards via the use of Electronic Communication and Presentation Peter R. Weston
ICT Unit
UK
114 Paper
5
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 3 A The Y2K Dilemma and Beyond Joseph R. Thomas, Jr.
Louisiana Tech University
USA
336 Paper
3
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 3 B Computer Assisted Education: Past, Present and Future. Where Should These Projects Be Headed To in Latin America? Marisol Gonzalez Lozano
Institute Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico
Mexico
245 Paper
4
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 4 A Structured learning material in the WWW - controlled hypertext Timo Ovaskainen, Pertti Siekkinen
University of Jyvaskyla, Information Technology Research Institute, Educational Technology
Finland
220 Panel
4
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 4 B Project R.U.N. Kim Isner, Mary Jo Milburn, Maritta Belcher
Pike County School System; Jefferson County Public Schools
USA
233 Paper
3
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 5 A Toward a Design Model of Educational Hipermedia Adriana Claudia Fantini, Marta Dans
Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia "San Juan Bosco"
Argentina
237 Paper
3
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 5 B Pedagogical Guidelines in Educational Hypermedia Applications Neide Santos, Fernanda Campos
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora and COPPE/SISTEMAS/UFRJ
Brazil
115 Paper
3
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 5 C TECHNOLOGY a la carte Mary Jo Milburn
Jefferson County Public Schools
USA
173 Paper
2
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 6 A Rapid Deployment of Web-based Instructional Resources: Keys to the Successful Implementation of WebCT at the University of Georgia William K. Jackson
The University of Georgia
USA
190 Paper
2
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 6 B Copyrighting Cyberspace: Unweaving a Tangled Web Robert N. Diotalevi
The College of West Virginia
USA
294 Paper
2
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 6 C Integration of IT in Education: The National Institute of Education Experience Thiarn-Seng Koh
National Instutute of Education
Singapore
285 Paper
4
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 7 A The "Reider" Project Terje Kristensen
Bergen College
Norway
297 Paper
4, 7
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 7 B Evaluating Online Instruction: A Higher Education Example Edward L. Meyen
Online Academy, University of Kansas
USA
103 Paper
4
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 7 C Teaching Francophone Literature and Culture across Campuses: A Distance Learning Experiment Anthony T. Sallustio
Pace University
USA
321 Paper
4
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 8 A ICT as a Mediator for Reflection in Action Knut Steinar Engelsen
Stord/Haugesund College
Norway
328 Paper
4
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 8 B Teaching Flexible Learning and Learning Flexible Teaching Ed Forrest, Terry Garfield, Nigel Pope
Griffith University -- Nathan Campus
Australia
329 Paper
4
Monday
3:00 pm
Room 8 C Examining the Pedagogy of Flexible Learning in Higher Education as a Meta-Constructavist Vehicle for Student Learning and the Need to Examine the Role of Student Assessment Terry Gatfield, Ed Forrest, Nigel Pope
Griffith University -- Nathan Campus
Australia

Coffee Break Monday
4:00 pm
Registration Area
-- --
185 Paper
1
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 1 A Student Technology Training Necessary Prior to Incorporating New Technology-Based Instruction Into the Classroom Brian K. Overman, Nancy A. Kosteleba
Luzerne County Community College
USA
180 Paper
1
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 1 B Use of Informaton Technology as the Teaching & Learning Tool: A Case Study of Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania Punnipa Hossain
Lock Haven University of PA
USA
135 Paper
3
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 1 C Learning Outcomes in Information Systems Development: A Learner-Centered View Athanasia Pouloudi,
Brunel University
UK
118 Paper
1
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 2 A Enhanced Learning Through Web-Based Team and Individual Projects Charles R. Bauer
Illinois Institute of Technology
USA
259 Paper Monday
4:30 pm
Room 2 B CROSS-Connect, cross border curriculum enrichment Roger Murray
Magee College, University of Ulster
UK
165 Paper
1
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 2 C Strong Preferences for Using Multimedia-Oriented Classsroom Lectures David Scanlan
California State University
USA
283 Paper
5
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 3 A Use of ODL and ICT in the teaching of migration studies D. D. Daatland
Stavanger College
Norway
168 Paper Monday
4:30 pm
Room 3 B Computer Users and The Need for A Multimedia Interface Design Maria Lorna A. Kunnath
University of Central Florida
USA
290 Paper
5
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 3 C A JAVA Based Image Library Client Bob Strunz, Mairead Waters
University of Limerick, Dept. ITD
Ireland
251 Paper
4
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 4 A A new concept for distance education courses for students of electrical engineering Dirk Thissen
University of Hagen
Germany
250 Paper
4
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 4 B Adaptive Lesson Presentation Based on Connectionist Knowledge Representation George D. Magoulas, Maria Grigoriadou, K. A. Papanikolaou
University of Athens, Department of Informatics
Greece
279 Panel
4
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 4 C Delivering the Curriculum Remotely Veronica Adamson
University of the Highlands & Islands Project
UK
110 Paper
3
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 5 A Using Technology to Enhance Literacy Learning Across the Curriculum in an Inclusion Classroom Margaret A. Moore-Hart
Eastern Michigan University
USA
281
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 5 B Towards Convergence in the Perceptions of Uninformed End-Users of CALL Software and the Marketability Concerns of Software Developers Charles Asante
Language Centre, Sultan Qaboos University
Oman
102 Paper
3
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 5 C Storyboarding for Multimedia Carol Sternberger, Linda Meyer
Purdue University
USA
235 Paper
2
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 6 A Design of Local Cultural and National Heritage Programs Fatima H. Al-Ahmed
University of Bahrain
Bahrain
258 Paper
2
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 6 B From Victorian Schools to the Millenium Elizabeth Newby
Liverpool City Council (Education Directorate)
UK
137 Paper
2
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 6 C Smile - A Sign Language and Multimedia Based Interactive Language Course for Deaf for the Training of European Written Languages Franz Dotter
University of Klagenfurt
Austria
230 Paper
4
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 7 A Distance Learning Readiness: A Cross-Cultural Comparison Gayre Christie, David Warner
Queensland University of Technology; Department of Trade and Industrial Relations
Australia
174 Paper Monday
4:30 pm
Room 7 B Astronomy Online for Teachers Monica Halka
Portland State University
USA
246 Paper
4
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 7 C Study Support Systems in Open and Flexible Learning Environments: A Case History Merja Ruotsalainen, Tarja Tervola
University of Oulu, Faculty of Education, Research Unit for Educational Technology
Finland
330 Paper
4
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 8 A An Examination of the Use of Peer Rating for Formative Assessment in the Context of Interactive Education Nigel Pope, Ed Forrest, Terry Garfield
Griffith University -- Nathan Campus
Australia
338 Paper
4
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 8 B Creating a University Distributed Learning Environment: Challenges and Successes Terence R. Cannings, Linda G. Polin
Pepperdine University -- Graduate School of Education and Philosophy
USA
181
4
Monday
4:30 pm
Room 8 C ART 180 Drawing: A CD-Rom/Internet/Multimedia Distance Learning Course Frederick T. Gilmour
Pennsylvania College of Technology
USA


Monday
5:30 pm
Main Auditorium
-- to be announced -- --


Monday
5:30 pm
Room 8
-- to be announced -- --

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