ICTE Edinburgh 1999 Program for Wednesday, March 31, 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

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

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

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

Coffee Break Wednesday
10:00 am
Registration Area
-- --
234 Panel
4
Wednesday
10:30 am
Panel Setting 1
Integration of New Technologies into a Learning Environment Maria Begona Rodriguez, Patricia Bazan
Universidad Nacional de la Plata
Argentina
192 Poster
4
Wednesday
10:30 am
Panel Setting 1
Building a Partnership for Successful WWW Courses William Winfield
University of Wisconsin Learning Innovations
USA
312 Poster
4
Wednesday
10:30 am
Poster Area 1
Instruction Anywhere/Anytime: Using Windows NT to Provide Instructional Support for College of Education Courses Dane Hughes, Michael Green, Marty Bray, Claudia Flowers, John Gertes
UNC Charlotte; University of North Carolina Charlotte, College of Education
USA
136 Poster
6
Wednesday
10:30 am
Poster Area 2
A Collection of Signs Proposed for Presenting Tridimensional Structures of Proteins Liliane Assairi
CNRS (Centre National Recherche Scientifique)
France
223 Paper
1
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 1 A Using Digital Photography with Emergent Readers Ruth M. Bell
Holt Public Schools
USA
126 Paper
1
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 1 B China's Electronic Silk Road: Its Potential for Profound Educational Impact John Lew Cox
The University of West Florida
USA
267 Paper
1
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 1 C What I can do with just one computer Balakrishna Vyjanthimala
Educational Technology Division, Ministry of Education
Singapore
302 Paper
1
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 2 A The Effective Implementation of Technology: A Focus on Contemporary Literature and Research on the Human Side of Change Walter S. Polka
Lewiston-Porter Central Schools/Buffalo State College
USA
316 Paper
1
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 2 B The Effectiveness of Computer Aided Instruction in Quantitative Techniques for Business Management Andrea Bagares Mangundayao, John Mefragata
Concordia College
Philippines
322 Paper
1
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 2 C The New Technologies Applied to Education in Brazil: Challenges for the Teacher Elzo Aranha
Centro Universitario Nove de Julho-UNINOVE
Brazil
177 Paper Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 3 A Educational Resources and Economic Reality: Shareware and Freeware to Support Teaching Sam C. Geonetta
University of Cincinnati
USA
143 Paper
3
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 3 B A Comparison of a Website-Construction Pedagogy with a Traditional Pedagogy Donald B. Egolf, Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh
Department of Communication
USA
232 Panel
3
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 3 C S.E.A.L. - Actual Improvement in and New Perspectives on Future Teaching Computing Andreas Ausserhofer
Institute for Software Technology/Technical University of Graz
Austria
244 Paper
4
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 4 A Collaborative Learning in Virtual Contexts. Representation, Reflection and Didactic Change Elsebeth Korsgaard Sorensen
Aalborg University Department of Communication
Denmark
265 Paper
4
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 4 B Distance education combining videoconference and compuer conference Lars Sandblom
University of Orebro
Sweden
291 Paper
4
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 4 C Web Mathematics Textbook Vladimir Nodelman
Pedagogical Center for Research and Development, Ort, Israel
Israel
241 Paper
3
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 5 A The Use of Grounded Theory for Educational Software Development H. K. Yuen
Department of Curriculum Studies, The University of Hong Kong
China
301 Paper
3
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 5 B Geometry On-line David A. Thomas
Montana State University
USA
266 Paper
3
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 5 C The design of Intelligent software for Early Childhood Education Isabel Diaz de Avila
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Spain
247 Paper
1
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 6 A Vectors in Physics and Mathemataics Maria Grigoriadou, Maria Samarakou, D. Mitropoulos, A. Rigoutsos, E. Stavridou, C. Solomonidou
University of Athens, Department of Informatics; University of Thessalia
Greece
332 Paper
1
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 6 B A Graphical Highly Interactive Interface for Learning Physics I Gabriilids, Christina Metaxaki-Kossionides
University of Athens
Greece
163 Paper
1
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 6 C Old Dogs and New Tricks: Why Old Guard Faculty are Resistant to the Use of IT in Higher Education Merrill Oates
Central European University
Hungary
119 Paper
3
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 7 A The Effectiveness of Web-Based Tutorials Eugenia Fernandez
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
USA
326 Paper
3
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 7 B Debugging Training for Beginning Programmers Greg C. Lee, Jackie C. Wu
National Taiwan Normal University
Republic of China
335 Paper
3
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 7 C A Visual Tool for Teaching Programming Juan Pablo Casares
Institute Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico
Mexico
127 Paper
1
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 8 A The Educational New Millennium: Consequences of Outsourcing Human Capabilities to Technology John Lew Cox
The University of West Florida
USA
140 Paper
1
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 8 B The Use of a Television Game Show Format for Reviewing Course Materials James C. Wall
University of South Alabama
Physical Therapy Dept.
USA
278 Paper
1
Wednesday
10:30 am
Room 8 C The Influence of the Word Processor on the Writer Marcus Bowman
University of Paisley
UK

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

Lunch Wednesday
12:30 pm
Cafeteria
-- Lunch Break -- --
139 RoundTable
3
Wednesday
12:30 pm
Round Table Setting 1 A Writing Computer Textbooks Linda Ericksen
Lane Community College
Business Technology Department
USA
166 RoundTable
4
Wednesday
12:30 pm
Round Table Setting 1 B Interactive Teaching and Learning on the Internet Nancy E. Krusen
Colorado State University
USA

Plenary Wednesday
2:00 pm
Main Auditorium
-- to be announced -- --
293 Workshop
2
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Demonstration Setting 1
Some Simple Examples of Using Web Technologies to Enhance Science Education Horn-Mun Cheah
National Instutute of Education
Singapore
334 Poster
8
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Poster Area 1
Meaningful Mentoring Beverly Abbey
Texas A & M University -- Commerce
USA
186 Paper
1
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 1 A Building an Instructional Intranet Joseph Sulkowski
School District, City of Erie
USA
257 Paper
1
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 1 B Making More of Data-logging Len Newton
Department of Education, Loughborough University
UK
129 Paper
1
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 1 C On-line Internet Based Data Collection Using a Personal Web Server Robert Workman
Southern Connecticut State University
USA
156 Paper
3
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 2 A TELELABORATORY: A Generic Approach to Distributed Protocol Measurement Philippe Joye
Ecole d'Ingenieurs de Fribourg (Switzerland)
Switzerland
155 Paper
3
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 2 B Quality of Campus Life, Learning Satisfaction & the Relationship with Academic Achievement: A Comparative Study Between Computer Science Students in Public and Private Institutions of Higher Learning Maimunah Ismail
Universiti Putra Malaysia
Malaysia
307 Paper
3
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 2 C Socrates in the New Millennium: Hypermedia Applications W. Gary Howard, Holly A. Howard
University of West Florida
USA
201 Paper
3
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 3 A Examining Staff Development in Technology: A Descriptive Study Ward Brian Zimmerman, Sara Olin Zimmerman, Alan Wark
Appalachian State University; EnterpriZ Consulting
USA
238 Paper
3
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 3 B A Web Pre-Authoring Tool for the Development of Hypermedia Courses Clovis Torres Fernandes
Technological Institute of Aeronautics - ITA
Brazil
331 Paper
3
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 3 C Structuring a Dialogue on the WWW Using Cognition Differentiations D Souliotis, Christina Metaxaki-Kossionides, S Lialiou
University of Athens
Greece
333 Paper
4
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 4 B Flexible-Distance Learning and Virtual College A Pappadaki, Christina Metaxaki-Kossionides
University of Athens
Greece
242 Paper
4
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 4 C Collaborative, distance learning: can be applied for special education? Eleni Hadjikakou
Ministry of Education and Culture
Cyprus
306 Paper
3
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 5 A Using the Internet to Facilitate Teaching Marcia R. Howard
University of West Florida
USA
264 Paper Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 5 B Using CAI and Analogies in Teaching Mole-Related Problems Omer Geban, Hamide Ertepman, Ilker Ozkan
Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Education
Turkey
205 Paper
3
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 5 C Streaming Media as a Tool for Clinical Education in Communicaton Disorders Martin A. Fischer
Western Carolina University
USA
272 Paper
1
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 6 A Computer programming in schools - pedagogical issues Margaret Kirkwood
University of Strathclyde, Faculty of Education, Dept. of Business-Computer Education
UK
134 Paper
1
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 6 B Developing a Web-Based Database for an Elementary School Library Grace E. Jamieson
Calabash Educational Software
Canada
131 Paper
3
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 6 C Digital Photography and Multimedia Presentations in Elementary School Projects Suzanne H. Hoffmann
Sanford School
USA
204 Paper
3
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 7 A Reading the Front Page: Delivery of a Graduate Readings Class on the Web using Front Page '98 Lessell Martiny (Marty) Bray
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
USA
249 Paper
3
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 7 B Teacher-Oriented Authoring Tool for the Development of Web-Based Educational Material Kostas Siassiakos
National Technical University of Athens
Greece
226 Paper
3
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 7 C Effective Integrated Multimedia Educational Software for RES Maria Samarakou, Maria Grigoriadou, D. Mitropoulos
Technological Educational Institute of Athens; University of Athens, Department of Informatics
Greece
323 Paper
1
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 8 A The European SchoolNet: A European Framework for School Computer Networks Guus N. M. Wijngaards Belgium
292 Paper
2
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 8 B Policies and Strategies to Enhance Learning Through Information Technologies David T. Forrest
South Lanarkshire Council
UK
320 Paper
2
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Room 8 C What's In IT for Me? Implementation Strategies to Enhance Girls' Use of ICT Mona Jakobsen, Marianne Jensen
Telenor Research and Development
Norway
215 RoundTable
1
Wednesday
3:00 pm
Round Table Setting 1
Engaging Assessment Christine Franklin, B. J. Eib
Educators' Technology Center of Indiana; Indiana University
USA

Coffee Break Wednesday
4:00 pm
Registration Area
-- --
296 Paper
1
Wednesday
4:30 pm
Room 1 A New Technologies in Secondary Education for Rural Areas: An advanced analysis based on a set of experiments integrating Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) in rural educational environments Lydia Montandon
SEMA GROUP SAE
Spain
111 Paper
7
Wednesday
4:30 pm
Room 1 B Assessing Technology Competence: A Portfolio Approach Michael D. Wohlfeil
Concordia College
USA
327 Paper
7
Wednesday
4:30 pm
Room 1 C The Use of Computer-Mediated Communicationfor Teacher Educatin in Taiwan Ching-Chih Wu, Greg C. Lee, Mei-Chuen Lin
National Taiwan Normal University
Republic of China
337 Paper
8
Wednesday
4:30 pm
Room 2 A European Learning in Smaller Companies Iddo Oberski
University of Stirling
UK
256 Paper
6
Wednesday
4:30 pm
Room 2 C The "Cheshire Cat" University: Creating Seamless Webs for Post-16 Education in the 21st Century Chris O'Hagan
University of Derby, Centre for Educational Development & Media
UK
154 Paper
5
Wednesday
4:30 pm
Room 3 A Statistical Hypothesis Testing: A Fantasy Vaughn S. Buaquina
Technological University of the Philippines
The Graduate School
Philippines

Plenary Wednesday
5:30 pm
Main Auditorium
--Farewell to Edinburgh 99 - Forward to ICTE 2000 --

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