ICTE Edinburgh 1999 Program for Tuesday, March 30, 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

Tuesday Program Schedule ( see also Monday Program Schedule; Wednesday Program Schedule ) [Home]

Paper ID Session Type / Theme Day / Time Room Seq Paper Title Presenters / Institution Country

Plenary Tuesday
9:00 am
Main Auditorium
-- to be announced -- --

Coffee Break Tuesday
10:00 am
Registration Area
-- --
113 Panel
1
Tuesday
10:30 am
Panel Setting 1
USA National Education Technology Standards Lajeane Thomas
Louisiana Tech University
USA
211 Poster
2
Tuesday
10:30 am
Poster Area 1
The Educational Enterprise Zone Stan Silverman
New York Institute of Technology
USA
193 Poster
3
Tuesday
10:30 am
Poster Area 2
Web Site Design 101 Richard Dillon
Shoreline School District
USA
284 Paper
7
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 1 A An interactive learning tool, used in introduction to ICT for teachers Svein Ove Lysne, Jostein Tvedte
Stord/Haugesund College
Norway
275 Paper
7
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 1 B CMNet: A Network-Supported Environment for Enhancing the Construction of Classroom Management Knowledge Guey-Fa Chiou
Department of Information & Computer Education, National Taiwayn Normal University
Taiwan
202 Paper
7
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 1 C Online Mentoring: Electronic Dialogues for Preservice Teachers Sara Olin Zimmerman
Appalachian State University
USA
157 Paper
6
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 2 A Teaching in the Virtual Classroom Philippe Joye
Ecole d'Ingenieurs de Fribourg (Switzerland)
Switzerland
112 Paper
6
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 2 B Virtual Departments in a Virtual University: What the Future Looks Like Dale Good
Walden University
USA
146 Paper
6
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 2 C Virtual Reality: Exploring New Spaces Joseph C. Roache
Instructional Media Cente and Distance Learning Programs
USA
149 Paper
7
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 3 A How Do Educators Find Internet Resources? John LeBaron, Patrick A. Scollin
University of Massachusetts Lowell
College of Education; University of Massachusetts Lowell
USA
288 Paper Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 3 B Learning Style Preferences and Teaching Thinking Strategies applied on Teaching Information Skills Ponce Meza Miriam
La Salle University
Mexico
319 Paper
1
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 3 C The Nintendo Generation: Success in Education for the Next Century C. E. Tapie Rohm, Jr., James Stanger, C. E. Tapie Rohm, III, B/ W/ Trevor Rohm
California State University -- San Bernardino
USA
231
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 4 A Waiting for Service: A New Approach to an Old Problem John McDonnell
Queensland University of Technology
Australia
340 Paper
2
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 4 B The Beacon School Cyber-Mentoring Project Chris Lehmann
The Beacon School
USA
287 Paper
5
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 4 C Videoconferencing between Norway and the United States in education courses Ragnar Thygesen, Clayton E. Keller
Dept. of Education, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; University of Minnesota
Norway
175 Panel Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 5 A Faculty and Computer Support Personnel: A Less than Perfect Union. Why is That? Robert DuCharme, Jack W. Pope, Tim Riggle
University of San Diego; Baldwin-Wallace College
USA
298 Paper
7
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 5 B A Model for In-Service Teacher Training in Technology Integration Dolores Jacobs
Los Alamos National Laboratory
USA
276 Paper
7
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 5 C Computer Supported Interactive Learning in Teacher Education Jim Ewing
Northern College, Department of Educational Studies, Dundee Campus
UK
145 Paper
3
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 6 A Technology in Business Education: Emergence of the Learning Manager William T. Ryan
Florida Atlantic University, College of Business, Dept. of Management
USA
277 Paper
2
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 6 B Networked projects in a distributed university Liz Broumley
University of Highlands & Islands
UK
210 Paper
2
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 6 C Web-Authoring Using Netobjects Fusion Jerald D. Cole
New York Institute of Technology
USA
178 Paper
7
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 7 A Prospects and Possibilities: The Capstone Course in an M.Ed in Classroom Technology Gregg Brownell, Blanche O'Bannon
Bowling Green State University
USA
194 Paper
7
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 7 B Teacher Development: A Lost Art? David H. Gray
US State Dept.
USA
214 Paper
7
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 7 C Survey on Use of Assistive Technology and Implications for Teacher Education Lewis Polsgrove, Herbert Rieth
Indiana University; The University of Texas at Austin
USA
273 Paper
8
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 8 A Case study: work placement module as a vehicle for developing industry/education partnerships Janet Hughes, Steve Parks
Department of Applied Computing, University of Dundee
UK
295 Paper
8
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 8 B Gender and Technology: Collaborative Action Research Alice A. Christie, Richard Flagle
Arizona State University West
USA
130 Paper
8
Tuesday
10:30 am
Room 8 C Science Takes Flight Gordon Schimmel
Mansfield Public Schools
USA

Lunch Tuesday
12:30 pm
Cafeteria
-- Lunch Break -- --
218 RoundTable
1
Tuesday
12:30 pm
Round Table Setting 1
Creative Learning Strategies in Cyberspace Nancy E. Sherman, Colin P. Ward
Bradley University; Winona State University
USA
184 RoundTable
6
Tuesday
12:30 pm
Round Table Setting 1
Developing a Virtual Training Center for Faculty and Staff Development Mary J. Nicholson
Bloomsburg University
USA

Plenary Tuesday
2:00 pm
Main Auditorium
-- to be announced -- --
261 Video Pres.
5
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Demonstration Setting 1
Appropriate Technology for Mathematics Teaching: Innovations by Ugandan Student Teachers Janet Kaahwa
Makerere University
Uganda
236 Panel
7
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Panel Setting 1
From Teaching to Learning Philippe Renard
Haute Ecole Lucia de Brouckere
Bruxelles
176 Panel Tuesday
3:00 pm
Panel Setting 2
Preparing for the 21st Century: Professional Development Efforts for University Faculty and K-12 Teachers Blanche O'Bannon, D. Rosalind Hammond, Ellen Williams, Sandra K. McKinley
Bowling Green State University; Belpre City Schools
USA
311 Poster
3
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Poster Area 1
Using Hyperstudio Standards to Teach Interactive Multimedia Courseware Design and Development Dane Hughes, John Gertes
University of North Carolina Charlotte, College of Education
USA
304 Poster
4
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Poster Area 2
Internet-Based Continuing Education: Exploring Interest, Access, & Skill Levels Marilyn Merie
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Addiction Research Div.
Canada
182 Paper
7
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 1 A Infusing Technology into A Teacher Education Program: Three Different Perspectives Nicholas A. Holodick, Thomas A. Drazdowski, F. Thomas Scappaticci
King's College
USA
179 Paper
7
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 1 B The Assessment Comparison of Transforming Instructional Technology 101 into a Webquest D. G. Wood
Northeastern State University
USA
116 Paper
7
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 1 C Establishing a Community of Learners Through Technology Richard Pollard, Constance Pollard
University of Idaho, Boise Center; Boise State University
USA
189 Paper
6
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 2 A "Now What???" David A. Medlyn
Utah State University
USA
107 Paper
8
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 2 B Video Conferencing and the Cardiac Classroom Timothy McElroy
Liberty Science Center
USA
219 Paper
7
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 3 A A Model for Pre-Service and In-Service Teacher Technology Education Mary Stephen
Harris-Stowe State College
USA
160 Paper
7
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 3 B Mentoring our Mentors: Helping Faculty Use Instructional Technology James W. Reinke, Ph.D.
Winona State University
USA
224 Paper
7
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 3 C The Technology Certificate: An In-Service Training Program Norman Bell, John E. Bell
Michigan State University
USA
228 Paper
4
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 4 A A Web-based Learning System for Reinforcing School Education Symeon Retalis, Kostas Kavoussanakis
National Technical University of Athens; The Universitry of Edinburgh
Greece
240
4
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 4 B BUGNET: Teaching Entomology On-Line Paul D. Bell
Sir Sandford Fleming College
Canada
243 Paper
4
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 4 C Teaching and Learning the Web Using the Web - Learning Outcomes Vasso Stylianou-Kyriacou, Philippos Pouyioutas
Intercollege
Cyprus
138 Paper
7
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 5 A Shaping Information Technology Policy and Practice in Pre-Service Teacher Education Alison Elliott
University of Western Sydney
School of Learning, Development and Early Education
Australia
150 Paper
7
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 5 B The Fifth Dimension: Application of Situativity Theory Inquiry-Based Learning and Telecommunications to Change Prospective Teachers' Preconceptions William E. Blanton
Appalachian State University
USA
207 Panel
7
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 5 C Preservice and Inservice Training Model Sandra L. Leslie
Belmont Abbey College
USA
325 Paper
4
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 6 A Internet-Based Continuing Education: Exploring Interest, Access, and Skill Levels Among Substance Abuse Counsellors Marilyn Herie
Centre for Addiction & Mental Health
Canada
104 Paper
2
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 6 B The Impact of Mentoring on Women's Selection of Information Technology as a Career Kijana Crawford
Rochester Institute of Technology
USA
225 Paper
2
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 6 C Planning to get what technology promises - why strategic considerations are critical Bill Samuelson, Karen Hoffman
Samuelson-Hoffman, Technology Performance Strategies
USA
153 Paper
1
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 7 A Lifelong Learning in the New Millennium Philip Barker
University of Teesside
UK
212 Paper
4
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 7 B "I Spent $177,000 on technology last year, and by God, you're going to learn how to Use It!": A Composition Specialist Solves One CAI Problem Despite all Odds Terri Pullen Guezzar
State University of West Georgia
USA
161 Paper
1
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 7 C Coming of Age with Computers Sally A. Sloan, Ph.D.
Winona State University
USA
313 Paper
4
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 8 A Tools for Web-Based Distance Education Vladimir Uskov
University of Cincinnati
USA
196 Paper
8
Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 8 B Partnerships for Creating an On-Line Learning Environment Shahron Williams van Rooij
Datatel, Inc.
USA
191 Paper Tuesday
3:00 pm
Room 8 C The Use of the WWW to Teach the Concepts of Sketching and Rendering for Design Communication Wei Dong
University of Wisconsin-Madison
USA

Coffee Break Tuesday
4:00 pm
Registration Area
-- --
208 Poster
4
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Poster Area 1
A Computer-Networked Lab System for Conducting Experiments from Remote Sites in a Multi-User Environment for Distance Learning Applications G. P. Mohanty, U. B. Bikkasani
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
USA
209 Paper Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 1 A A Multimedia Training Paradigm T. J. Ray
The University of Mississippi
USA
300 Paper
7, 1
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 1 B Combatting Cyber-amorality in the College Student Patricia Ann Brock
Pace University
USA
222 Paper
7
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 1 C Technology Integraton in Teacher Education Tom Stachowski
St. Cloud State University
USA
217 Paper
1
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 2 A Social Work Education and Technology: Preparing for a Future which is Here Now Pam Miller
Ball State University
USA
213 Paper
1
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 2 B Integrating Critical Thinking into Web Courses Barbara Ann Ross, Sarah Beckman
Indiana University School of Nursing Columbus
USA
252 Paper
1
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 2 C Human Teacher's Role in Emerging Internet based Intelligent Tutoring Kinshuk
German National Res. Ctr. for Info. Tech.
Germany
318 Paper
4
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 3 A Moving Into Cyberspace: Notes from a University's Web Gestation Stephen Bell
Liverpool John Mores University
UK
324 Paper
7
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 3 B Attitudes Towards Computers Among Teacher Education Students in Brunei Myint Swe Khine
Univesity of Brunei Darusalam
Brunei
117 Paper
7
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 3 C Optimizing Technology Experiences in Preservice Teacher Education Programs Constance Pollard, Richard Pollard
Boise State University; University of Idaho, Boise Center
USA
172 Paper Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 4 A Advisor Support System for Distance Education Boris Peltsverger, Arvind Shah
Georgia Southwestern State University
USA
309 Paper
3
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 4 B Accessibility of Higher Education Web Sites Claudia Flowers, Marty Bray, Robert Algozzine
UNC Charlotte
USA
339 Paper Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 4 C An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior: Nursing Students' Intentions to Seek Clinical Experiences Using the Essential Clinical Behaviour Database Linda Meyer
Purdue University
USA
203 Paper
4
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 5 A The Learning Resource Center's Role in Facilitating Online Curriculum Luella Teuton, Carol Sargent
Sandhills Community College
USA
198 Paper
4
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 5 B Eyes to the Future Brian Drayton, Joni Falk
TERC
USA
239 Paper
4
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 5 C Canada's Wired Writers: The Writers in Electronic Residence Program Trevor Owen
Writers in Electronic Residence (Wier) Faculty of Education, York University
Canada
128 Paper
8
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 6 A Integrating Professional Audio Technologies in Computerized Foreign Language Laboratories Rachida Primov
University of Miami
USA
197 Paper
8
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 6 B Arachnadata - Transforming Legacy Information to the Web Laird Sloan
Datatel, Inc.
USA
183 Paper
1
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 6 C Teaching Informaton Skills: Preparing Graduate Students to Understand and Use Information Technologies for Solving Workplace Problems and Managing Change Barbara J. Levine
Robert Morris College
USA
169 Paper
4
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 7 A Using Distance Education to Train the Public Health Workforce in Management Skills W. Michael Reid
College of Public Health
USA
105 Paper
4
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 7 B Delivering Learner Centered Instruction That Is Institutionally Responsible and Responsive Susanne K Stark
Hudson Valley Community College
USA
132 Paper
4
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 7 C Synchronous Internet Technologies in Distance Education Paul L. Schlieve, Michael P. Gilbert
University of North Texas
USA
274 Paper
7
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 8 A Content Knowledge Requirements for High-School Computer Teachers in Taiwan Janet Mei-Chuen Lin, Ching-Chih Wu, Feng-Ying Lin
National Taiwan Normal University
Taiwan
206 Paper
7
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 8 B A Clearinghouse for Fifth Dimension Diffusion Melanie Greene
Appalachian State University
USA
221 Paper
7
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Room 8 C Math Link: Linking Curriculum, Instructional Strategies, Technology, and Assessment to Enhance Student Achievement Harriet G. Taylor, Trena L. Wilkerson
Louisiana State University
USA
199 RoundTable
4
Tuesday
4:30 pm
Round Table Setting 1
Getting Beyond Student Techno-Anxiety: Resistance is Futile Kevin M. Gleason
Mount Ida College
USA

Plenary Tuesday
5:30 pm
Main Auditorium
-- to be announced -- --

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