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ICTE South Africa Program

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

Registration Conference Centre Sunday
3:00 pm

Conference Check-In, Registration Registration and Check-In from 3:00 PM through 6:00 PM

Reception Conference Centre Sunday
6:00 pm

Cocktail Reception --
  Registration Conference Centre Monday
8:00 AM
  Registration Desk opens every morning at 8:00 AM    

Opening Session Main Auditorium
G10
Monday
9:00 am

Conference Opening Session Welcome -- Lou Van Wyk, Owen Gaede

Introductions, Announcements

Welcome Address:
Professor Albert Vilijoen, Vice Rector,
Potchefstroom University for CHE

Conference Opening Featured Speaker:
Sam Isaacs, CEO,
South African Qualifications Authority


Tea Break Exhibit Area Monday
10:30 am

Tea Break --
125 Paper
3
G02 Monday
11:00 am
A Creating Support and Teacher Relationships Peter Moodie
The University of Waikato
New Zealand
114 Paper
1
G02 Monday
11:00 am
B A Course Concept to Support the Globalization in Higher Education Frank Schwarz, Axel Hunger, Stefan Werner
Gerhard Mercator; Univeristy of Duisburg
Germany
117 Paper
1
G03 Monday
11:00 am
A Using e-mail and Listervs: Teaching Students to Communicate Electronically Barbara Ann Ross, Kuber N. Maharjan
Indiana University School of Nursing
USA
122 Paper
1
G03 Monday
11:00 am
B Teaching Primary School Students English Listening and Speaking Skills with Computers Yuan-Lih Lin Republic of China
128 Paper
1
G04 Monday
11:00 am
A A Model for Supporting Component Based Design Ian Douglas
Florida State University
USA
141 Paper
1
G04 Monday
11:00 am
B What Systems Design Model Can Be Developed To Guide Systems Re-Engineering? Judith A. Converso
Florida State University
USA
142 Paper
1
G05 Monday
11:00 am
A Florida's Alternative Certification Model Connie Gaede
Developmental Laboratory School
Florida State University
USA
107 Paper
3
G05 Monday
11:00 am
B Self-Explaining Learning Environment Velijko A Spasic
University of Belgrade, Center for Multidisciplinary Studies
Yugoslavia
154 Paper
4
G06 Monday
11:00 am
A A Web-based Model for Interactive Distance Learning of Physics J.J.A. Smit, P J Enslin, G A Stringer
University of Potchefstroom; Southern Oregon University
South Africa
160 Paper
4
G06 Monday
11:00 am
B How Computer-Based Technologies Impact on Approaches to Evaluating Learning Resources of Materials Nicky Roberts
The South African Institute for Distance Education
South Africa

Lunch Break -- Lunch Break -- Monday
12:00 pm

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144 Paper
1
G02 Monday
1:30 pm
A VirtualBook: An Electronic Interface that Facilitates Sustainable Onscreen Learning and a Flexible Learning Environment Ann Strauss
Eduflex.Com
South Africa
127 Paper
4
G02 Monday
1:30 pm
B A Year in the Life of a Distance Learning Developer Ian Douglas
Florida State University
USA
113 Paper
2
G03 Monday
1:30 pm
A Instructional Design Process for the Development of Web-based Instruction Andres Nunez
Florida State University / Office of Distributed and Distance Learning
USA
102 Paper
6
G03 Monday
1:30 pm
B A Teaching, Learning and Technology Round Table on Managing Education and Technology H J van der Merwe
University of South Africa
South Africa
121 Paper
2
G04 Monday
1:30 pm
A Decentralizing Language Labs Racinda Salama Primov
University of Miami
USA
124 Paper
2
G04 Monday
1:30 pm
B Evaluating the Impact of CAL on Student Learning of Anatomy -- the Search for a Paradigm Cecil Leonard
University of the Western Cape
South Africa
129 Paper
2
G05 Monday
1:30 pm
A Learning System Design Considerations in Creating a Web-mediated Learning and Performance Environment: A Case Study Scott R Schaffer
Learning Systems Institute
Florida State University
USA
132 Paper
2
G05 Monday
1:30 pm
B The Cost Benefit of Technology in Education -- What Does It Mean for Africa? Derrick Young
University of the Witwatersrand
South Africa
166 Paper G06 Monday
1:30 pm
A The Value of a Multimedia Student Learning Platform in Business School Distance Learning Louis Cyril Henry Fourie
Potchefstroom University
South Africa
165 Paper
4
G06 Monday
1:30 pm
B The Internet Paradigm Shift Project: The Changing Use of the Internet in the Pervasive Computing Environment Pieter Geldenhuys South Africa
108 Poster
3
G02 Monday
2:30 pm
A Application of Self-Explaining Learning Environment Velijko A Spasic
University of Belgrade, Center for Multidisciplinary Studies
Yugoslavia
146 Paper
2
G02 Monday
2:30 pm
B Improving the Quality of Life Through Educational Technology Hettie Mostert
Institute for Public Finance Analysts
South Africa
147 Paper
2
G03 Monday
2:30 pm
A An Information Technology Strategy to Enhance the Management of Education in the North West Province Sydney Peter Riekert
Department of Education -- North West Province
South Africa
143 Paper
1
G03 Monday
2:30 pm
B Computer Literacy for College-level Philosophy Students at National Taiwan University Yuan-Lih Lin Republic of China
134 Paper
2
G04 Monday
2:30 pm
A Creative Teams in the Development of Educational Systems P M Alexander
University of South Africa, Dept. of Computer Science and Information Systems
South Africa
133 Paper
3
G04 Monday
2:30 pm
B CD-ROM Courseware for Learning Mandarin Chinese P M Alexander
University of South Africa, Dept. of Computer Science and Information Systems
South Africa
156 Paper
4
G05 Monday
2:30 pm
A Vital Attributes for Success in Facilitators on Telematic Forecasting Programmes: A Learning Model C A Bisschoff, A Bisschoff, R A Lotriet
Telematic Learning Systems; Potchefstroom University
South Africa
158 Paper
4
G05 Monday
2:30 pm
B Positions of Distance Education Graduates in the Job Market: A Case Study of the Open Education Faculty Graduates in Turkey Ugur Demiray
Anadolu University
Turkey

Tea Break Exhibit Area Monday
3:30 pm

Tea Break


Monday Closing Session Main Auditorium
G10
Monday
4:00 pm

Monday Closing Session -- Featured Speaker --

Barbecue -- Evening Event -- Monday
6:00 pm

Braai (South African Barbecue) --

Tuesday Opening Session Main Auditorium
G10
Tuesday
9:00 am

Tuesday Opening Session Plenary Session Featured Speaker:
Father S. M. Mkhatshwa
Deputy Minister of Education


Tea Break Exhibit Area Tuesday
10:30 am

Tea Break

105 Paper
4
G02 Tuesday
11:00 am
A Do Virtual Learning Environments Improve The Quality Of Education? W J Kerkhofs
Hogeschool Enschede
Netherlands
136 Poster
4
G02 Tuesday
11:00 am
B Television as an Educational Technology: Its Usage on Anadolu University Open Education Faculty Mediha Saglik
Anadolu University
Turkey
116 Paper
4
G03 Tuesday
11:00 am
A Introducing New Media in a Technical Degree Course: A Formative Evaluation Axel Hunger, Stefan Werner, Andre Bresges, Frank Schwarz
Gerhard Mercator; University of Duisburg
Germany
123 Paper
4
G03 Tuesday
11:00 am
B Collaborative Assessment Approaches: Cultural Dimensions Jabulani Mabasco
Technikon SA
South Africa
119 Paper
4
G04 Tuesday
11:00 am
A Sofware Demonstrations at a Distance Paul L Schlieve, Terry Holcomb
University of North Texas
USA
118 Paper
4
G04 Tuesday
11:00 am
B Factors Impacting Student Utilization of Streaming Media in Distance Education Jon Young, Paul L Schileve, Maria Cereijo
University of North Texas
USA
126 Paper
4
G05 Tuesday
11:00 am
A Academic Freedom in the Age of Distance Education Robert Colley
Syracuse University Continuing Education
USA
135 Paper
4
G05 Tuesday
11:00 am
B Creating Virtual Learning Communities: The African Virtual Community College Osei Darkwa
University of Illinois at Chicago
USA
161 Paper
4
G06 Tuesday
11:00 am
A New Residential Internet Delivery Technologies to the Aid of Quality of Education Danie Stoop
Potchefstroom University
South Africa
155 Paper
5
G06 Tuesday
11:00 am
B Accommodating 'Shared Use' Information Technology in Schools and Community Buildings Jeremy Gibberd
CSIR
South Africa

Lunch Break -- Lunch Break -- Tuesday
12:00 pm

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112 Paper
2
G02 Tuesday
1:30 pm
A Teaching Educators About Facilitating Change: Integrating the Personal and Professional Needs for Effective Educational Change Walter S Polka, P Rudi Mattai, Robert L Perry
SUNY College at Buffalo; Eastern Michigan University
USA
110 Panel
4
G02 Tuesday
1:30 pm
B A Reappriasal of Inequity Issues in Engaging Technology in the Educational Process: Addressing the Issues of Cultural Lag and Students From Within the Margins in the Emerging Educational Climate P Rudi Mattai, Walter S Polka, Robert L Perry
Lewiston-Porter Central School System; Eastern Michigan University
USA
137 Poster
4
G03 Tuesday
1:30 pm
A Uses of Distance Education Technologies at Mega Universities: A Case Study of Anadolu University -- Turkey Mediha Saglik, Serap Ozturk
Anadolu University
Turkey
148 Paper
4
G03 Tuesday
1:30 pm
B Operation Fundani: Technological Support Systems for South African Education Roger Briggs
Star Schools
South Africa
150 Paper
4
G04 Tuesday
1:30 pm
A Technology Enhanced Learning -- Empowerment of the New Millennium for Individuals and Institutions Raymond Watt
Vesta Technologies
South Africa
159 Paper
4
G05 Tuesday
1:30 pm
A Instructional Design for Video Conferencing in Distance Education: Necessity or Not? Henrietta Wilson
University of South Africa
South Africa
106 Paper
6
G05 Tuesday
1:30 pm
B Working in Virtual Environments Supported by a Natural Created Knowledge Base W J Kerkhofs
Hogeschool Enschede
Netherlands
169 Paper
4
G06 Tuesday
1:30 pm
A Shoma: A Blackboard in the Sky Staff Violet Sithole; Shoma Education Foundation South Africa
163 Paper
6
GO6
Tuesday
1:30 pm
B Structures and Techniques Used In A Virtual Distance Learning Implementation A J van der Merwe, E Cloete; University of South Africa South Africa
130 Paper
6
G02 Tuesday
2:30 pm
A Virtual Institutions, Colleges, Universities, and Support Centers Gordon Russell
St. Thomas University Law Library
USA
145 Paper
6
G02 Tuesday
2:30 pm
B The Virtual Campus of the University of Pretoria: A Case Study Karen Lazenby
University of Pretoria
South Africa
149 Paper
6
G03 Tuesday
2:30 pm
A A Virtual Education Model Hartwig Stein Mexico
151 Paper
6
G03 Tuesday
2:30 pm
B Exploring the Role of the Internet towards a Learning Community by UNESCO Division of Basic Education with CitiDep Hshio Miura
UNESCO
France
103 Paper
7
G04 Tuesday
2:30 pm
A Preparing Teachers To Use And Integrate Technology In The Elementary Curriculum Barbara Levine
Robert Morris College
USA
115 Paper
7
G04 Tuesday
2:30 pm
B Component-oriented Software for University Teacher Degree Courses Andre Bresges
Gerhard Mercator University of Duisburg
Germany
162 Paper
1
G05 Tuesday
2:30 pm
A Financial Planning for the Integration of Technologies into Teaching and Learning Environments Neil Butcher
South African Distance Education Institute
South Africa
152 Paper
1
G05 Tuesday
2:30 pm
B Development of an Education Management Information System for Uganda K Moses, DJW Wium
AED; Africon IT Division
USA
167 Paper
4
G06 Tuesday
2:30 pm
A The Case for Introducing Internet Education to Africa Diana J Muir
E-School International Inc.
USA

Tea Break Exhibit Area Tuesday
3:30 pm

Tea Break


Tuesday Closing Session Main Auditorium
G10
Tuesday
4:00 pm

Tuesday Closing Session -- Featured Speaker --

Dinner
Tuesday
7:00 pm

Tuesday Evening Conference Dinner

164 Paper
4
Main Auditorium
G10
Wednesday
9:00 am

Models and Metaphors in Internet-Based Learning Johannes Cronje South Africa

Tea Break Exhibit Area Wednesday
10:30 am

Tea Break

120 Paper
7
G02 Wednesday
11:00 am
A PT3 & Project L.I.F.T.: Web Help for Teachers Terry Holcomb, Jon Young
University of North Texas
USA
140 Special Presentation
7
G02 Wednesday
11:00 am
B A Planning Kit for Making Multimedia Projects in the Classroom Sandra Beckman
Western Carolina University
USA
109 Paper
2
G03 Wednesday
11:00 am
A Creative Instructional Designs for the New Millennium: Balancing the "High Tech" Interactive Role of Computers with the "High Touch" Interpersonal Role of Teachers to Develop Customized Learning Plans Walter S Polka, P Rudi Mattai, Robert L Perry
SUNY College at Buffalo; Eastern Michigan University
USA
111 Paper
8
G03 Wednesday
11:00 am
B Widening the Horizons of Educational Communities Through the Use of Technology: Preparing CItizens for Global Living P Rudi Mattai, Walter S Polka, Robert L Perry
Lewiston-Porter Central School System; Eastern Michigan University
USA
139 Poster
8
G04 Wednesday
11:00 am
A Technologizing Rural and Urban Communities in South Africa Roy du Pre, Kogie Moodley
Committee of Technikon Principals
South Africa
131 Paper
7
G04 Wednesday
11:00 am
B Training the Trainer: Providing Future Teachers with Appropriate Models Morris I Beers
SUNY Brockport
USA
138 Paper
3
G05 Wednesday
11:00 am
A Using Multimedia Technology to Teach African Languges Lucas Venter
Potchefstroom University
South Africa
104 Paper
4
G05 Wednesday
11:00 am
B Distance Learning Delivery To Rural Sites Quentin T Wells
Salt Lake Community College
USA
157 Paper
6
G06 Wednesday
11:00 am
A Real Learning in Virtual Environments Linda van Ryneveld, Francilene Greyling
Technikon Pretoria
South Africa
153 Paper
7
G06 Wednesday
11:00 am
B Comparison of Conventional and High-Technology Experiments on Graphs M Lemmer, J.J.A. Smit
Potchefstroom University for CHE
South Africa
  Special Presentation G07 Wednesday
11:00 am
  A Demonstration on an Arel System Danie Stoltz, John Hefer; Global Access South Africa

Conference Closing Session Main Auditorium
G10
Wednesday
12:00 pm

Conference Closing Sesssion Closing Address:
"Knowledge Modeling and Sharing by Students and Teacher"
Alberto J. Canas
Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
University of West Florida
Pensacola, Florida USA


Looking Ahead -- Owen Gaede, Lou Van Wyk