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Sunday Evening, Monday Program
Day / Time Room Seq Session / Title Presenter(s), Institution Session Type / Theme
Sunday
1:00 am


On-site registration desk opens On site registration beginning at 1:00 PM, Tampa Convention Center Registration
Sunday
6:00 pm
Main Auditorium
ICTE Tampa Opening Session Welcome -- Lynn Peterson

Conference Co-Chairs:
  Owen Gaede
  Suzanne Martin
  Laurey Stryker
  David Walker

Introduction of Special Guests, Announcements

Video Vignettes of Technology in Schools --
Special Video Presentation provided by the National School Boards Association

Opening Keynote Address --
Louis H Kompare ,
Executive Director
Center for Effective Government for the State of Tennessee

 

Conference Opening
Monday
8:00 am
See List by Theme
Theme Round Tables;
Meet the Presenters

Presentation Briefings:
Theme 1: West Side --
    Main Auditorium
Theme 2: East Side --
    Presentation Room 1
Theme 3, 4, 5, 6:
    Presentation Room 2
Theme 7:
    Presentation Room 3
Theme 8,9:
    Presentation Room 4
Theme 10, 11, 12:
    Presentation Room 5
The Theme Round Table sessions are an opportunity to meet the presenters of papers in the various themes, and to meet others attending who have similar interests. At the Theme Round Table sessions, a few minutes will be used to brief those attending on the presentation order and related details.

Round Table Sessions and Presentation Rooms will be hosted by Meeting Room Coordinators. The Meeting Room Cordinators are Graduate Students from Florida State University and the University of South Florida

 

(Special Note: Exhibit hours are from 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM on Monday and Tuesday, and from 8:30 AM until 3:00 PM on Wednesday.)

Theme Round Tables
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 1 A Using the Internet: Enhancing the Secondary English Curriculum Ward Brian Zimmerman
Enterpriz Consulting; USA
Paper
1
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 1 B Using Technology to Restructure the Classroom Paradigm Arthur Shapiro
University of South Florida; USA
Paper
1
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 1 C Distance Learning in Management: The Dislogo Case-Study in Portugal Luis Valadares Tavares, Manuel Joao Pereira
Universidade Catolica Portuguesa; Portugal
Paper
1
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 2 A Access to Technology at Woodbury University Robert A. Schultz
Woodbury University; USA
Paper
2
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 2 B A Crossroad to the Current U.S. Undergraduate Computer Science Education (UCSE) - Challenges and Opportunities in the Information Society Yun Wang
Mercy College; USA
Paper
2
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 2 C A Real-Time Software System for Detecting Plagiarism in Programming Assignments Dulal Chandra Kar
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University; USA
Paper
2
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 3 A Technology Leaders and New Paradigms of Leadership Patricia A. Bergeron
Family Education Company; USA
Paper
3
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 3 B Institutional Leadership and Technology Trends Gregg Brownell
College of Education and Human Development, Bowling Green University; USA
Paper
3
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 3 C The Enator@school project - an industrial concept for education Bengt Bengtsson
Skolbas and University of Gothenburg; Sweden
Paper
3
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 4 A Computer Based Campus Information Services Thomas W. Hutchison
Middle Tennessee State University; USA
Paper
4
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 4 B The Thin Client/Server Strategy David Bainum, Susan Van Sickle
Washburn University; USA
Paper
4
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 4 C Re-Engineering a School Network: Implementing Changes that Enhance School-Based Technical Support Suzanne H. Hoffmann
Sanford School; USA
Paper
4
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 5 A Managing Technology in the Computer Classroom R. Theresia Litvay-Sardou
LaGuardia Community College; USA
Paper
10
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 5 B Internet Math for the Trades Quentin T. Wells
Salt Lake Community College; USA
Paper
10
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 5 C Florida's Curriculum Planning Tool Linda O'Karma, Nancy Romance
Region V Area Center for Educational Enhancement; Florida Atlantic University; USA
Paper
10
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 6 A Supporting Faculty Use of Online Course Management Systems Gina Roberts
University of Tennessee, Knoxville; USA
Paper
7
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 6 B Beacon Learning Center: On-line Learning for K-8 Students Barbara Eubanks
Bay District Schools; USA
Paper
7
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 6 C Incorporating Streaming Video Into Instructional Webs Jerald D. Cole
New York Institute of Technology; USA
Paper
7
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 7 A Thoughts on Technology Training: Creating Collaborative Learning Enviornments Sara Olin Zimmerman
Appalachian State University; USA
Paper
8
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 7 B Teaching Research Methods via the Internet: Accepting the Challenge and Making it Work Mary Ann Zager
Florida Gulf Coast University; USA
Paper
8
Monday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 7 C Creating Flexible Networked Classrooms Brad Barrett
Connect Center, Inc; USA
Paper
8
Monday
9:40 am
Exhibit Area
Coffee Break -- Exhibit Area -- Coffee Break
Monday
9:40 am
Poster Area 1
Partnership in a Hospitality Program: Where Education Meets Industry Renee Jeffery, Allen Powell
Garland County Community College; USA
Poster
1
Monday
9:40 am
Poster Area 2
Preparing Tomorrow's Leaders to Use Techology Valerie Carroll
Principal's Leadership Institute; USA
Poster
3
Monday
9:40 am
Poster Area 3
After the Plan: The Role of Technology in the Urban Educational Environment Lee Allen
Dallas Independent School District; USA
Poster
3
Monday
9:40 am
Poster Area 4
P.A.S.S. Port to Writing: Co-Teaching Students with Disabilities Using Technology Sheila K. Barnes
Northwestern Oklahoma State University; USA
Poster
10
Monday
9:40 am
Poster Area 5
ATM - Global Professional Development Sheila K Donis
Vigo County School Corp.; USA
Poster
7
Monday
9:40 am
Poster Area 6
Integrating Java Applet Courseware Components into Consumer Product Case-Study Modules Chu Ryang Wie
SUNY at Buffalo; USA
Poster
12,11,10
Monday
9:40 am
Poster Area 7
Electronic Support for Special Education Teachers Marty Beech
Florida State University; USA
Poster
8
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 1 A Using Computer Graphics and Animation to Visualize Complex Programming Concepts on the Web Isaac Herskowitz, Raynes Anna
Touro College; USA
paper, poster
1
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 1 B The Magic of a PowerPoint Presentation Lorraine C. Martinez
Los Alamos High School; USA
Paper
1
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 1 C Digital Acculturation in the New Communication Technology Curriculum Andrew Kurtz
Bowling Green State University, Firelands College; USA
Paper
1
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 2 A How to Create a Technology Preview Center Kate J. Kemker
Florida Center for Instructional Technology; USA
Paper
2
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 2 B Using the Internet to Bridge the Gap Between School and Home Susan Graham
SmarterKids.com; USA
Paper
2
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 2 C Strategic Synergy: Integrating Multiple Delivery Technologies James A. Brown
Lehigh University; USA
Paper
2
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 3 A Luddite Learning: A Call For Low-Tech Alternatives Jamie Murphy, Susan Fell
Florida State University; USA
Paper
3
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 3 B The Reeducation Curriculum to Train the Elderly Engineer Makio Fukuda
Osaka Int. University for Women; Japan
Paper
3
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 3 C A Decade of Initiatives to Integrate Technology in P-12 Schools and in Teacher Education in North Carolina John M. Nagle
University of North Carolina at Charlotte; USA
Paper
3
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 4 A Students Design and Build Smart Room Brad Barrett
Connect Center, Inc; USA
Paper
4
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 4 B Establishing a Faculty Technology Center Roger Von Holzen
Northwest Missouri State University; USA
Paper
4
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 4 C School Based Change Management Sal Majied, Leslie Dews, Gwen Weaver
Mitchell & Titus, LLP Education Consultants; USA
Paper
4
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 5 A Is School Really Open? A "Report Card" of Web Based Accessibility in High Education Ellen Cohn
School of Health and Rehabilitation Science; USA
Paper
10
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 5 B Computer Assisted Education: An Internet Model Marisol Gonzalez Lozano
Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico; Mexido
Paper
10
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 5 C Transforming Technology Training for Teachers Victoria Giordano
Barry University; USA
Paper
11
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 6 A Java Applet in Distance Learning Zheng Song
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Singapore
Paper
7
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 6 B Putting the "Dis" to distance Education John H. Laflin
Dakota State University; USA
Paper
7
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 6 C The Oncourse Project at Indiana University: Design, Development, and Implementation of an Enterprise Course Management System Ali Jafari
Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis, IUPUI; USA
Paper
7
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 7 A How Youth and Adult Mentors Experience Problem based Learning in an Internet-based Shared Environment Paul Wangemann
Motorola University; USA
Paper
8
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 7 B Shifting the Online Course Paradigm Roger Von Holzen
Northwest Missouri State University; USA
Paper
8
Monday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 7 C harmony Elementary School: A Context For Collaborative Projects Troy Isaak, John Ward
Millersville University; Millersville University; USA
Paper
8
Monday
11:30 am
Main Auditorium
Theme Keynote Address -- BRIDGING THE GROWING DIGITAL DIVIDE

Owen F. Gaede, Ph.D.
Director and Professor
Learning Systems Institute
Florida State University
The growth of information technology is accelerating the globalization of society with geopolitical borders becoming more transparent.  Wireless and satellite technologies can bring the libraries of the world into the most remote village, creating new opportunities for learning.  Unfortunately we also see a growing digital divide between the information rich and the information poor.  Are we doomed to a world in which the rich get richer and the poor get poorer?  Old learning paradigms will not be sufficient.  One thing is clear: Only the wise use of educational technology offers the hope of bridging the digital divide.  Offering real hope to those who so far have been left out of the information revolution is the greatest challenge we face in the decade ahead. Keynote Address
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 1 A K-12 Student Perceptions of Classroom Computer Use Morris I. Beers
State University of New York, Brockport; USA
Paper
1
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 1 B Integrating Technology in the Undergraduate Curriculum: Preparing Students to Communicately Effectively in Business and Professional Contexts Barbara J. Levine
Robert Morris College; USA
Paper
1
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 1 C Teaching Technology in the Focused Calendar Deborah Dunn
Tusculum College; USA
Paper
1
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 2 A The CyberQuest: A Focused Tool for Evaluating Web Resources Nancy Deal
Buffalo State College; USA
Paper
2
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 2 B Using HyperCard in Education and Research Cecil W. Hutto
Northeast Louisiana University, College of Education and Human Development; USA
Paper
2
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 2 C Once and Future Technology Innovations in Teacher Preparation: Vidio Microteaching in a Reflective Practice World David S. McCurry
Monmouth University; USA
Paper
2
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 3 A A Faculty Professional Development Center Must Serve Two Masters - Technology and Pedagogy Helen Youth
Montgomery College; USA
Paper
3
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 3 B Titanic II: The Legal Floodgates of Y2K Robert N. Diotalevi, Esq., LL.M.
The College of West Virginia; USA
Paper
3
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 3 C Implementing Government Policy at a District Level David Williamson
Haringey Education Services; England
Paper
3
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 4 A Proving the Concept Elizabeth Newby
Liverpool City Council; England
Paper
4
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 4 B Teacher or Technician - Who Picks up the Slack? Susan Rae Regan
John Abbott College; Canada
Paper
4
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 4 C The Elementary Computer Initiative: Teacher Benefits John Pisapia
Florida Atlantic University; USA
Paper
4
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 5 A Cultivating High School Female Interest in AP Ctt using browser Java Script Gary W. Tubb
Hillsborough High School; USA
Paper
11
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 5 B Teach Internet client/Server Computing Using JAVA Network Protocols Jiang B. Liu
Bradley University; USA
Paper
11
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 5 C Technology Integraton: Training, Education, Indoctrination Jerry P. Galloway
Indiana University Northwest; USA
Paper
11
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 6 A Courses with CLASS: Web-Based High School Courses Kevin Smith
University of Nebraska; USA
Paper
7
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 6 B Talking Head Videos: Using a Task-Based Approach to Enrich Perspectives on Knowledge Ian Douglas
Florida State University; USA
Paper
7
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 6 C Effectiveness of Interactive Distance Learning for K-12 Academic Learning Cavanaugh Catherine
Florida Center for Instructional Technology, College of Education; USA
Paper
7
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 7 A Development of a Distributed Learning Environment: The Plan, Design and Development Scott P. Schaffer, Judith A. Converso
Florida State University; USA
Paper
8
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 7 B Asynchronous Collaborative Learning: the Case of the UOC Montse Guitert Catasus
Open University of Catalunya; Spain
Paper
8
Monday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 7 C Creating a Technology-Rich Teaching Paradigm Constance Pollard, Richard Pollard
Boise State University; University of Idaho; USA
Paper
8
Monday
2:30 pm
Auditorium B
Textbook Publishers in a Networked World Jamie Murphy
Florida State University; USA
Panel
1
Monday
2:30 pm
Auditorium C
PC Management: Solutions That Work Dennis Sievers
Central Community High School District # 71;
Paper
4
Monday
3:15 pm
Exhibit Area
Coffee Break -- Exhibit Area Coffee Break
Monday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 1
Class Web Pages Enhance Academic Achievement Laura Woods
John M. Sexton Elementary; USA
Poster
1
Monday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 2
Technology Support School Reform Peter Tamburro
Oneida City School District; USA
Poster
1
Monday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 3
An On-line Continuing Medical Education Program Sheree Aston
Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine; USA
Poster
7
Monday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 4
Computer Competence and the Pre-Service Teacher: Three Years of Program Revision and Technical Support Dane Hughes, John A. Gretes
College of Education; USA
Poster
11
Monday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 5
Florida's Curriculum Planning Tool Marty Beech
Florida State University; USA
Poster
2
Monday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 6
Intermat - Internet Based Information System for Support of Research and Education on Mathematics Veljko A. Spasic
Center for Multidisciplinary Studies, University of Belgrade; Yugoslavia
Poster
2
Monday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 7
School Room to Home Room Stan Silverman
New York Institute of Technology; USA
Poster
8
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 1 A Technology in Mathematics Teacher Education Conrad Van Voorst
SUNY College at Brockport; USA
Paper
1
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 1 B Training Adult Learners to Use the World Wide Web Ed Youth
Skills Update of Maryland; USA
Paper
1
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 1 C Toward the Year 2000: Delphi Study of Beneficial Uses of the Internet in K-6 Education to Increase Student Learning Margaret J. Cox
School District No. 2; USA
Paper
1
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 2 A The Electronic Teaching Assistant Charles R. Bauer
Illinois Institute of Technology; USA
Paper
2
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 2 B Middle School Web-Based Mathematics and Science Learning Materials Charles R. Bauer
Illinois Institute of Technology; USA
Paper
2
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 2 C Using Repurposed Science Rich Feature Films in Science Instruction Terence Cavanaugh
Florida Center for Instructional Technology, College of Education; USA
Paper
2
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 3
New Skills for Old Pros: A Tale of Technological Literacy and Tight Budgets Judith A. Nichols, Tresa Zumsteg
The Berkley School District; USA
RoundTable
3
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 4
Community Technology and the Internet Joe Parks, Helen L Kennedy
California State University, Fresno; USA
RoundTable
10
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 5 A WebQuests: An Approach that uses the Internet Instructionally, not Recreationally John F. Beaver
Buffalo State College; USA
Paper
11
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 5 B Innovative Academic Managment Solutions Sal Majied, Leslie Dews Education Consultant
Mitchell & Titus, LLP Education Consultants; USA
Paper
11
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 5 C High Tech, High Touch: Romance in the Wired Classroom Susan Rae Regan
John Abbott College; Canada
Paper
11
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 6 A Web Page Annotator Dale Reed
Learning Sciences, Northwestern University; USA
Paper
7
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 6 B Graduate Computer Education: Past, Present, Future Phillip J. Heeler
Northwest Missouri State University; USA
Paper
7
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 6 C Teaching Net.Generation.Com: Leadership, Change, and Technology...Or...How to Change a Tire on a Moving Car While in the Fast Lane Marielizabeth Crompton
Groton Public Schools; USA
Paper
7
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 7 A Using Technology for Teacher Internships in the Next Millennium Richard Pollard
University of Idaho; USA
Paper
8
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 7 B Learning Environments for Studying Argumentation - Learning Effects of E-mail and Face-to-Face Study Miika Marttunen
University of Jyvaskyla; Finland
Paper
8
Monday
3:45 pm
Presentation Room 7 C Collaborative vs. Co-operative Learning in a Web-Based Environment Philip Crompton
University of Stirling; United Kingdom
Paper
8
Monday
5:30 pm
Riverwalk
Reception A reception with snacks, refreshments, and entertainment will be held in the Riverwalk area of the Tampa Convention Center. (See registration information or check at the ICTE Registration Desk at the Convention Center to purchase tickets to the Reception.) Monday
Evening
Reception

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