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Tuesday Program
Day / Time Room Seq Session / Title Presenter(s), Institution Session Type / Theme
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 1 A A Task Based Management Approach for Technology Instruction in a Rapid Degree Completion Program John W. Gudenas
Aurora University; USA
Paper
1
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 1 B Malcolm Knowles Would be Proud of Instructional Technologies Debra Hargrove, Valerie C. Bryan
Ahai Learning Resources, Inc.; Wild Horses Consulting, Inc.; USA
Paper
1
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 1 C The German "Learning Field" Approach and its Support by Multimedia Andre Bresges
Gerhard-Mercator, university of Duisburg; Germany
Paper
1
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 2 A Making it Work, BEFORE You Buy It Mark Geary
Seminole County Public Schools; USA
Paper
2
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 2 B Foundations for Designing MIMIC, an Intelligent-Agent Based Learning Enviornment Amy Baylor
Florida State University; USA
Paper
2
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 2 C What are the Possibilities of Intelligent Agents for Education? Amy Baylor, Ali Jafari
Florida State University; Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis, IUPUI; USA
Paper
2
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 3 A Education Development in the Ukraine Oleg Komiakov
Industrial Marketing Department on Methodical Work; Ukraine
Paper
3
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 3 B A Process Model for the Concurrent Design of Change Robert K. Branson
Florida State University; USA
Paper
3
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 3 C Occupational Safety Education in Ukraine in the Economic Crisis and State Appearance Period Victor V Zatsarniy
National Technocal University of Ukraine; Ukraine
Paper
3
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 4 A Technology and the Educational Process: The View From the Student Trenches Kristina Mattson, John Lew Cox
University of West Florida; USA
Paper
2
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 4 B Using JavaScript and LiveStage to Create Online Assessments J. Christine Harmes, Kate J. Kemker
University of South Florida; Florida Center for Instructional Technology; USA
Paper
2
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 4 C SJPDesigner - A Flexible Tool for Generating Web-Based Presentations Kevin Smith
Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane; Morocco
Paper
2
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 5 A Middle School Applications for Windows Based Digital Video Capture and Nonlinear Editing Workman Robert
Southern Connecticut State University; USA
Paper
11
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 5 B Computer Literate Teachers: Keeping Teaching Staff Up-To-Date Michael Churton, Barbara Lewis, Diane Austin, David Lewis
University of South Florida; University of South Forida; USA
Paper
11
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 5 C VITAL: A Successful Faculty Suport System Ann Barron, Christine Harmes
University of South Florida; USA
Paper
11
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 6 A Changing Traditional Universities into Universities of the New Millenium Annette Lorentsen
Aalborg University; Denmark
Paper
7
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 6 B An Interactive E-Book Applied to Mathematical Learning Francesc Vallverdu, Teresa Sancho
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya; Spain
Paper
7
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 6 C ODL Pedagogy, Organisation and Technology: A Review Philip Crompton
University of Stirling; United Kingdom
Paper
7
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 7 A Design a Creative Interactive Learning Environment Ann-Charlotte Markman
Rosjoskolan; Sweden
Paper
8
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 7 B Collaborative Exploration of a Hypermedia Prototype Isabel Cabrita
University of Aveiro; Portugal
Paper
8
Tuesday
8:30 am
Presentation Room 7 C Multilevel Teacher Education, Supervision Systems & Collaborative Learning; Analysing Interaction Through Photographic Hypertext Representations Idalia Sa-Chaves, Antonio Moreira
University of Aveiro; Portugal
Paper
8
Tuesday
9:40 am
Exhibit Area
Coffee Break -- Exhibit Area -- ; Coffee Break
Tuesday
9:40 am
Poster Area 1
Lesson Learned from Five Years of Distance Delivery: Two Media May be Better than One Fred Spooner
University of North Carolina at Charlotte; USA
Poster
7
Tuesday
9:40 am
Poster Area 2
Self Pacing Technology Approach: The Preservice Course as a Catalyst For Learning John Wm. Sanders
Middle Tennessee State University; USA
Poster
1
Tuesday
9:40 am
Poster Area 3
Study Planning and Registration Software Ton Oudshoorn, Cor van Schuijlenburg, Rickelt de Boer
APS; CPS; Holland
Poster
10
Tuesday
9:40 am
Presentation Room 1
Rural Outreach Project Maritta Belcher, Kim Isner
Pike County Board of Education; USA
Poster
7
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 1 A Multimedia Computer Assistant Instruction System on Course of Human Anatomy and Physiology Applying to Normal University Chunxiao Jiang
Sichuan Normal University; China
Paper
1
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 1 B Augmenting the Traditional Course with Internet Ancillaries Donald B. Egolf
University of Pittsburg; USA
Paper
1
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 1 C Synthesizing New Technologies with Traditional Instructional Methods: The Challenge of Distance Education Communication Sherri Smith, Pamela A. Seay
Florida Gulf Coast university; USA
Paper
1
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 2 A What is an ILS (Integraded learning System) - Pros & Cons of Implementing it in Your District Marielizabeth Crompton
Groton Public Schools; USA
Paper
2
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 2 B An Interactive, Remote-Controlled Computer Projection System for Use in a Large Classroom Environment Richard R. Eckert
SUNY Binghamton; USA
Paper
2
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 2 C Student Perceptions of Their Technology Skills Before and After a Basic Computer Applications Course: A Three Year Study Gregg Miller, John A. Gretes
College of Education; USA
Paper
2
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 5 A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust: An Online Resource Ann Barron, Roy Winkleman
University of South Florida; Florida Center for Instructional Technology; USA
Paper
12
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 5 B The North West Learning Grid Elizabeth Newby
Liverpool City Council; England
Paper
12
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 5 C Demonstration of the First in Ukraine PC-Based Course "The Structure of Liquid" Sergey Sidorenko
National Technical University of Ukraine, Kyiv Polytechnic Institute; Ukraine
Paper
12
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 6 A CPR and the Molsci Project: Web-based Writing, Peer Review, Curriculum Development, and Dissemination Michael Fiore
UCLA Molecular Science Project; USA
Paper
7,2
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 6 B Web-Based Learning - A Community of Learners or a Learning Community Lee Droegemueller, Sue Norman
University of West Florida; USA
Paper
7
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 6 C Internet Based Videoconferencing in Distance Education: Experiences From the Past and Visions to the Future Jari Multisilta, Jari Lahti
Tampere University of Technology; Finland
Paper
7
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 7 A Universities Towards the 21st Century: The Integration of Technology-Based Educational Models Marisol Gonzalez Lozano
Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico; Mexido
Paper
8
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 7 B Assisting International Partners Through Distance Learning Michael Churton, Lynn Rejniak
University of South Florida; USA
Paper
8
Tuesday
10:15 am
Presentation Room 7 C Insure Class Participation with CMC Andrew J. Brovey
Valdosta State University; USA
Paper
9
Tuesday
11:30 am
Main Auditorium
Special Theme Keynote Address -- TBA -- ; Keynote Address
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 1 A Technology Rich Lessons: What Might They Look Like? Colleen Swain
University of Florida; USA
Paper
1
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 1 B Using the Internet for Teaching in Remote Regions: A Finnish Experience Terry R. Armstrong, John Lew Cox
Armstrong Consulting; University of West Florida; USA
Paper
1
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 1 C Adding Interactivity to Web-Based Instruction J. Christine Harmes, Kate J. Kemker
University of South Florida; Florida Center for Instructional Technology; USA
Paper
1
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 2 A Developing Critical-Thinking Skills Via Internet-based Learning Modules T. Rick Whiteley
Department of Business Administration, West Virginia State College; Canada
Paper
2
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 2 B Developing an Internet-based Subject Pathfinder for K-5 Students Grace E. Jamieson
Calabash educational Software; Canada
Paper
2
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 2 C Virtual Experiment in Bio-Medicine Veljko A. Spasic
Center for Multidisciplinary Studies, University of Belgrade; Yugoslavia
Paper
2
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 3 A Accountability in the Virtual Classroom via Webet for Teacher Training Valerie C. Bryan, Cindi Sue Cook
Florida Atlantic University; USA
Paper
9
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 3 B Low-Cost Technology through WEBTV for High Success for Low-Level Learners Valerie C. Bryan, Leni Cohen, Dolores Russo
President of Learning Continuum; President of R & R Associates: Education at Work; USA
Paper
9
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 3 C Integrating Technology into the 5th Grade Core Curriculum: Does it Make a Difference? John A. Gretes
College of Education; USA
Paper
9
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 5 A Project-Based Learning in Secondary School - From Information Chaos to Multimedia Text Production Per Egil Toldnes, Carl F. Dons, Steinar Larsen; Norway Paper
10
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 5 B The Web in the College Classroom: Strategies, Evaluation, Implementation Barton D. Thurber, Jack W. Pope
University of San Diego; USA
Paper
11
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 5 C Intelligent Indexing Dale Reed
Learning Sciences, Northwestern University; USA
Paper
12
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 6 A Implementing an MBA on the Internet Stanley E Kroder
University of Dallas; USA
Paper
7
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 6 B Seamless Access to Instruction and Learning for All Students (SAILS) Michael Churton, Barbara Emil
University of South Florida; USA
Paper
7
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 7 A Engaging the Distant Learner: Interactivity Over the Internet Pamela A. Seay
Florida Gulf Coast University; USA
Paper
9
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 7 B A Rubric for Evaluating the Quality of Televised Distance Learning Presentations Jerald D. Cole
New York Institute of Technology; USA
Paper
9
Tuesday
1:15 pm
Presentation Room 7 C The Story So Far: Successes and Failures in the Creation of Online Credit Courses Robert M. Colley
Syracuse University Continuing Education; USA
Paper
9
Tuesday
2:30 pm
Auditorium B
Technology in Technicolor with a Southern Accent Leon T. Hobbs, Sam Nichols, Stephanie B. Ash, Scott Lisenby
Dothan City Schools; USA
Special
Session
8
Tuesday
2:30 pm
Auditorium C
Using Technology to Foster Collaborative Learning at a Distance: The National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and Bryant College Connection Judy Barrett Litoff, Harold A. Records, Gaytha A. Langlois, Mikhail Makanoik, Gajane Valchevskaya
Bryant College; National Academy of Sciences of Belarus; USA
Panel
8
Tuesday
3:15 pm
Exhibit Area
Coffee Break -- Exhibit Area -- Coffee Break
Tuesday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 1
Multiple Intelligence Theory and the Internet: Designing Units to Foster Science and Technnological Literacy Through a Student's Learning Style Sandra A. Holmes
Messiah College; USA
Poster
1
Tuesday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 2
CD-ROM Laboratory Explorations Replace Traditional Labs in an Introductory Biology Course Sandra A. Holmes, David K. Foster
Messiah College; USA
Poster
1
Tuesday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 3
Creating Interactive Teaching and Learning Solutions Brogan Pat
Macromedia; USA
Poster
7
Tuesday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 4
The Educational Enterprise Zone Stan Silverman
New York Institute of Technology; USA
Poster
12
Tuesday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 5
Unifying the Enabling Technologies of Web-based Course Presentation Fred Croop, John Kachurick
College Misericordia; USA
Poster
7
Tuesday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 6
Student Authors and Editors Build Multi-Grade Partnerships Sandra A. Holmes, David J. Holmes
Messiah College; Tri-Valley School District; USA
Poster
8
Tuesday
3:15 pm
Poster Area 7
R2/D2: Relationship Based Retention/Dimensional Development Mildred Lovato, Richard Birkey
Albuquerque TVI Community College; USA
Poster
8
Tuesday
3:45 pm
Auditorium B
Electronic/Computerized Matriculation Requirements Tracking and Advisement Cash Kowalski
South Carolina State University; USA
Paper
3
Tuesday
3:45 pm
Auditorium C A A Copyright Law for Educators? Patricia Ann Brock
Raritan Valley Community College; USA
Paper
6
Tuesday
3:45 pm
Auditorium C B Copyright Dot Com: The Digital Millennium in Copyright Robert N. Diotalevi, Esq., LL.M.
The College of West Virginia; USA
Paper
6
Tuesday
7:00 PM
Rooms 5,6 Tuesday Evening Dinner Address

Making Distance Learning Work

Steve Duncan, Ph.D.
Deputy Commander, U S Army Training Support Center
Ft. Eustis, Virginia

Dr. Steve Duncan, Deputy Commander of the U.S. Army Training Support Center (ATSC) at Fort Eustis, VA, has worked in the field of training for the U.S. Army and Department of Defense for over 28 years. He came to ATSC in August 1992 from Orlando, FL, where he spent 5 years with the Department of Defense Training and Performance Data Center as the Director of Individual Training. Prior to that he spent 5 years at the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, Fort Monroe, VA, in the Training Concepts Analysis Directorate, Deputy Chief of Staff for Training, after spending a year at the Training Development Institute. He went to Fort Monroe from Fort Huachuca, AZ, where he was in charge of the U.S. Army's Intelligence School Staff and Faculty Training Division.

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