ICTE Santa Fe 1998 Program -- Tuesday March 10
Paper # Day Time Seq Title / Presenter(s) Session/Theme
254 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM A The Design, Development and Evaluation of a Prototype Music System for Students with Severe Physical Disabilities

Richard Howell, Ohio State University
Paper / 1
243 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM B Sustaining Catholic Education in a High-Tech Age

Andrea Bagares Mangundayao, Concordia College
Paper / 1
63 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM C Using Computer-Based Course Support to Encourage Student Directed Learning

Eugenia Fernandez, Indiana University - Purdue University at Indianapolis
Paper / 1
54 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM A New Mexico CultureNet: Creating Increased Access to Cultural Information for Education

Alex Traube, New Mexico CultureNet
Paper / 2
48 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM B An Evolving Model And Case Study For Implementing Online Learning Environments In A Distance Education Setting

Richard Brown, Walden University; Shuqin Guo, Walden University; Lee Thomas, Walden University
Paper / 2
276 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM C Technology-Based Delivery of University Coursework; Lessons from the Past, Implications for Implementation Strategy Policy.

Rick Venedam, Northern Arizona University - Yuma
Paper / 2
55 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM A Meeting Technology Competencies for Certification: Assessment for Change

Rowanne E. Joyner, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Paper / 3
122 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM B INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PLANS: With Technology, Old Becomes New Again

Linda J. Cox, The University of West Florida; Shannon Cox, SEQUOIA and Texas Women's University; John Lew Cox, The University of West Florida
Paper / 3
191 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM C Reaching Them All: Adapting Curriculum and Instruction with Technology and Assistive Technology

Mary Beth Janes, Indiana University
Paper / 3
233 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM A Linking Educators and Professionals Through Distance Learning: Creating Collaborative Learning Environments

Barbara J. Levine, Robert Morris College
Paper / 4
165 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM B Virtual University (VU) Certification Plan -- Comprehensive Training Plan for Developing Faculty Expertise in Distance Education

Inez M. Giles, University of Maryland University College
Paper / 4
101 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM C Distance Learning and the Humanities

Barton Thurber, University of San Diego; Jack Pope, University of San Diego
Paper / 4
157 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM A Educator Goals and Expectations Regarding the Delivery of Broadband Multimedia Product to Homes and Schools

John M. Gleason, Creighton University; James T. Ault III, Creighton University
Paper / 6
35 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM B Awareness As A Metaphor In Online Learning Environments

Laurie P. Dringus, Nova Southeastern University School of Computer Sciences; Steve Terrell, Nova Southeastern University School of Computer Sciences
Paper / 6
30 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM C Computers and Society: Where are we going?

Charles Bauer, Illinois Institute of Technology
Paper / 6
147 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM A Establishing Benchmarks to Enhance Middle Level Teacher Preparation

Melanie Green, Appalachian State University; Sara Olin Zimmerman, Appalachian State University
Paper / 7
22 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM B Technological Staff Development for High School Teachers

Sara Olin Zimmerman, Appalachian State University; Melanie Green, Appalachian State University
Paper / 7
15 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM C TOPS (Teacher Opportunities to Promote Science): Vertical Curriculum Alignment through a Web Based Teacher Network

Bill Robertson, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Paper / 7
80 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM A Technology's Impact on the acceleration of reading and writing with adult new readers using project based learning in a library based literacy program.

Susan K. O'Conner, Brooklyn Public Library
Paper / 8
1 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM B An Adaptive Intelligent System Assessing Low-Attainers in Mathematics

Georgouli Katerina, University of Athens
Paper / 8
82 Tuesday 8:00:00 AM C School-Level Measures of Educational Technology Access and Equity

Donald R. Tetreault, Department of Education
Paper / 8

Tuesday 9:00:00 AM
Exhibits Open

Exhibits /

Tuesday 9:15:00 AM
PLENARY 3

Panel Discussion --
Challenges in Distance Learning: Cultural and Management Issues

Colonel Chris Olson, Director of the Training Development and Analysis Directorate of the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Training, Headquarters,
Plenary /

Tuesday 10:45:00 AM
Coffee Break

Break /
162 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM A Teachers Integrating Technology into Mathematics Instruction: Issues of Teacher Change

Theodore A. Davis, University of Iowa
Paper / 1
27 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM B Mathematics Classroom and Educational Technology

Vladimir Nodelman, Pedagogical Center for Research and Development
Paper / 1
251 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM C Information Technology At The Turn of The Millennium: Impacts and Possibilities For The Young Child

Jill Renee Hull, Loyola College and Baltimore City Public Schools
Paper / 1
96 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM A Creating Course Web Sites

Roger Von Holzen, Northwest Missouri State University
Paper / 2
16 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM B Linkage To Instruction Through Web Site Interface

Barbara C. Howard, Northern Virginia Community College
Paper / 2
61 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM C Life-Long Instructional and Distance Education in Information Engineering Technology

Vladimir Uskov, University of Cincinnati
Paper / 2
129 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM A Real-Life Learning -- The Emerging Learning Industry

Linda Fern Anderson, Motorola University
Paper / 3
211 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM B Teaching Technology Skills to Adult Learners: The IUPUI Instructional Teams Initiative

May Montaser Jafari, Indiana University Purdue University / Indianapolis
Paper / 3
226 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM C Benchmarking: A Process Basis for Teaching Design

Jens Jorgensen, University of Washington; James L. Fridley, University of Washington; John Lamancusa, Penn State University
Paper / 3
257 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM B Infusing Telecommunications into the Science Curriculum: Project Storm Front

Ken King, Northern Illinois University; Thomas E. Thompson, Northern Illinois University
Paper / 4
208 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM C Preparing Teachers for On-line Instruction in the Virtual High School Consortium

Sherry Hsi, University of California at Berkeley
Paper / 4
144 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM A Serviscape Determinants in the Interactive Learning Centre

Ed Forrest, Griffith University; Nigel Pope, Griffith University
Paper / 6
135 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM B The Role of Models and Metaphors in CAL Design

Philip Barker, The University of Teesside
Paper / 6
207 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM C Establishing a Professional Advisory Board for a Computer Science / Information Systems Department

Carol Spradling, Northwest Missouri State University
Paper / 2
99 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM A Technology and the Elementary Teacher: Are They Bonding or Bombing?

Rod Stark, Megabyte Computers
Paper / 7
184 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM B Improving Faculty Competence by Teaching New Tricks

Claudia Flowers, UNC Charlotte, Dept. EART; Fred Spooner, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; John L. Gretes, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Bob Algozzine, University of North Carol
Paper / 7
235 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM C The Training Factor: How to Transform the Role of Faculty with Technology

Ann L. Degner, San Juan College
Paper / 7
143 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM A The Effect of Computer Instruction on Grades in Marketing Education: An Empirical Investigation

Nigel Pope, Griffith University; Ed Forrest, Griffith University
Paper / 8
74 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM B Integrating Text and Computer-Based Instruction in a College-Level Principles of Marketing Course

T. Rick Whiteley, West Virginia State College
Paper / 8
24 Tuesday 11:15:00 AM C Interactive Software Support for Teaching Calculus

Vadim E. Levitt, Center for Technologicl Education Holon; Yafim Spigel, Center for Technologicl Education Holon; Vladimir Nodelman, Pedagogical Center for Research and Development
Paper / 8

Tuesday 11:15:00 AM
"Now that E-Rate is Here, What am I Supposed to do wIth it?"

Marcia E. Murray, Education Market Manager, US West
US West Presentation /

Tuesday 12:15:00 PM
Lunch -- Sweeney Center

Lunch /
36 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM
Internet for Business: A Web-based Course

Donna Trivison, David N. Myers College
Poster / 9
84 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM
From Protein Engineering to Drug Design -- A Language to Accompany Crystallographic Images

Liliane Assairi, CNRS
Poster / 6
230 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM
Aeronautics Based Math Science and Physics Hands-On Curriculum

Jack Gilbert, GAJ Inc.
Poster / 1
153 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM
Semiconductor Manufacturing Context in 6-12 Science and Math Curriculum

Tom Foster, Maricopa Advance Technology Education Center
Poster / 3
247 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM
SKOLEX -- Artificial Intelligence Approach in CAL

Veljko Spasic, University of Belgrade
Poster / 3
275 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM
EEL: The Electronic English Link

Patricia Ann Brock, Raritan Valley Community College
Poster / 4
221 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM
Implementing Captioning to Benifit Linguistically and Educationally Diverse Students in a Community College Setting

C. Eric Kirkland, National Captioning Institute; Louise Appel
Poster / 3
217 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM
Intranet Training Applications: Five Corporate Case Studies

Dennis Farrell, Macromedia, Inc.
Poster / 4
183 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM
Developing Technology Competencies in a College of Education

John L. Gretes, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Claudia Flowers, UNC Charlotte, Dept. EART; Fred Spooner, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Bob Algozzine, University of No
Poster / 7
81 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM A The Organization of the History Classroom: Integrating New Information Technologies

Christina Metaxaki-Kossionides, Department of Informatics; E. Ghika, Department of Informatics
Paper / 1
215 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM B An Online Journey -- American Economic History on the WWW

Robert Nigohosian, Salt Lake Community College
Paper / 1
173 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM C The Intergenerational TECH Team at FAU: Exploring the Past Through Today's Technology

Valerie C. Bryan, Florida Atlantic University; Debra L. Hargrove, Florida Atlantic University; Joe Waters, Florida Atlantic University; Colleen S. Britt, Florida Atla
Paper / 1
203 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM A Addressing the Issues of Cultural Lag and Students from Within the Margins of Society

Walter S. Polka, Lewiston-Porter Central Schools; P. Rudy Mattai, SUNY College at Buffalo
Paper / 2
4 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM B Supporting the transition to instructional technology: Inexpensive approaches that leverage existing materials

Steven D. Brewer, University of Massachusetts
Paper / 2
137 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM C Providing Direction in the Internet and Electronic Library Labyrinth of Information Sources for Undergraduate Business Students

Grace E. Jamieson, Calabash Educational Software
Paper / 2
88 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM A DVD in Education

Chih-Hsiung Tu, Arizona State University
Paper / 3
73 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM A Creation of an Interactive Multimedia CDROM for Nursing Education

Barbara Mottola, Atlantic Community College; Maryann Pionegro, Atlantic Community College
Paper / 3
139 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM B How Can Educational Technology Achieve Creativity?

Enver Tahir Riza, Dokuz Eylul University
Paper / 3
77 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM C A Collaborative Study in American History

Ron Urwongse, Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District
Paper / 6
32 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM A Developing A Training Center for OOP Language on the Web

Jean-Philippe Vervaeren, Hesop / scrl (Belgium); Marie-Anne Van Hove, Hesop / scrl (Belgium)
Paper / 4
121 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM B The Calibrated Peer Review

Michael Fiore, UCLA Science Challenge
Paper / 4
132 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM C Proximate Human Contact through the Internet: A Technology Of An Intercultural Global Electronic Network (I*EARN)

Joanne Bodin, University of New Mexico
Paper / 4
31 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM A Point & Click Is Not Enough For Active Learning

W.R. (Bill) Klemm, Texas A&M University
Paper / 6
119 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM B Teaching Automatic 3-Dimensional Recognition of Chemical Structures

Arlene A. Russell, University of California, L.A.
Paper / 6
223 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM C Computer Based Learning Environment on Renewable Energy Technologies

Maria Samarakou, Technological Educational Institute of Athens; M. Grigoradou, University of Athens; D. Mitropoulis, University of Athens; Ph. Arvantis, University of Athens
Paper / 6
66 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM A Technology Standards in Action: The Fairbanks North Star Borough Technology Framework

Skip Via, Fairbanks School District
Workshop / 7
67 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM B The Virtual Science and Math Class: A Model of Active Collaborative Learning Between Students, Teachers, and Scientists

Gary Bender, Fairbanks School District
Workshop / 7
20 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM A Word Processing by Students of French as a Foreign Language; Preferences and Impact on Their Language Program

Andrezej Dziedzic, University of Wisconsin
Paper / 8
19 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM B Multimedia Patient Diagnosis Software: A Validity And Reliability Study

John L. Gretes, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Paper / 8
86 Tuesday 1:15:00 PM C Project CHILD: Computers Helping Instruction and Learning Development

Linda Goltzer, Tedder Elementary School; William Ryan, Florida Atlantic University
Paper / 8

Tuesday 2:30:00 PM
PLENARY 4 A -- Dual Session

Session 1:
Alain Dumort, European Commission
Plenary /

Tuesday 2:30:00 PM
PLENARY 4 B -- Dual Session

Session 2:
Dr. Evgueni Khvilon, Programme Specialist of the Office of the Assistant Director General, UNESCO
Plenary /

Tuesday 3:30:00 PM
Tea Break

Break /
158 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM A Meeting the USA National Science Education Standards in Technology in the Undergraduate Classroom

Paul E. Adams, Fort Hayes State University
Paper / 1
79 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM B Reconstruction Process of Student's Multimedia Products

Hiroyuki Tanaka, Osaka Kyoiku University
Paper / 1
171 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM C Taking On the Internet: Armed with Beginning Skills, Quality Resources, Existing Curriculum and a Zest for Adventure, Teachers Tackle the Internet and comp up Winners

Cynthia Denton, Western Montana College; Suzie Flentie, Lewiston School District
Paper / 1
238 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM A Selective Perspectives of Technology's Place in Kuwaiti Education

Roger Carlsen, University of Dayton; Ammar Safar, University of Dayton
Paper / 2
53 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM B Computer Lab Operations --- Freedom vs. Function

William Yarborough, Presbyterian College
Paper / 2
234 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM C An Evaluation Framework for Educational Software in Special Education

Randall Boone, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Kyle Higgins, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Paper / 1
97 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM A Creating Multimedia Presentations and Course Web Sites Using PowerPoint 97

Roger Von Holzen, Northwest Missouri State University
Paper / 3
192 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM B Enhancing Humanities Content in Elementary and Secondary Education Through Technology

Mary Beth Janes, Indiana University
Paper / 3
106 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM C Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Distance Education Master's of Aeronautical Science Degree Program

Leon E. Flancher, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Paper / 5
266 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM A Telematic Counseling on Education Technologies and Methodologies

E. Bilotta, Centro Interdipartimentale della Communicazione - University of Calabria; G. Calabro', Centro Interdipartimentale della Communicazione - University of Calabria; P. Pantano, Ce
Paper / 4
142 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM B The Difference Between Course Content, Delivery Mode and Student Satisfaction in the Computer-Mediated Environment

Nigel Pope, Griffith University; Ed Forrest, Griffith University
Paper / 4
249 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM C The Readiness of the Vocational Education Client for Flexible Learning and Online Delivery

Gayre Christie, TAFE Queensland; David Warner, TAFE Queensland
Paper / 4
114 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM A Technology Resistance: The Hidden Curriculum of the Information Age

Valerie L. Worthington, Michigan State University; Andrew Henry, Michigan State University
Paper / 6
43 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM B Creation of Internet-Based Curricula Using Sparse Webs

Jerald D. Cole, New York Institute of Technology
Paper / 6
130 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM C Interactivity in ESL Hypertext: A Taxonomy

Haomin Wang, Northern Arizona University
Paper / 6
181 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM A Multiple Intelligences, Telecommunications, Integration Strategies

Richard Pollard, University of Idaho, Boise Center; Constance Pollard, Boise State University
Paper / 7
174 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM B A Contrast between Online and Traditional Courses for Adult Educators

Valerie C. Bryan, Florida Atlantic University; Debra L. Hargrove, Florida Atlantic University; Joe Waters, Florida Atlantic University; Colleen S. Britt, Florida Atlantic University
Paper / 7
64 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM C Encapsulating Training in a Knowledge Initiative

John W. Gudenas, Aurora University
Paper / 7
227 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM A Enhancing Secondary School Education with Computer-Based Integrated Curricula

C. J. Patrick Nolan, Massey University; David H. McKinnon, Charles Stuart University
Paper / 8
264 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM B Cybernetic Pedagogics Web

Sigward Nilsson, Stockholm University / Fysikum
Paper / 8
149 Tuesday 4:00:00 PM C A Revolution in Corporate Training

Richard T. Beckwith, Intel Corporation
Paper / 9

Tuesday 4:00:00 PM
Empower Your Schools with Technology Solutions from US West

Lee Reynolds, Account Executive, Business Enterprise Solutions, US West Communications
US West Presentation /

Tuesday 5:00:00 PM
Exhibits Close

Exhibits /

Tuesday 6:30:00 PM
SOCIAL HOUR

Social Hour /

Tuesday 7:30:00 PM
CONFERENCE DINNER

Dinner /

Tuesday 8:30:00 PM
SANTA FE SINGERS

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Entertainment /

 



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