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SITE 2002--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference



Dee Anna Willis; Jerry Price; Niki Davis

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Number of papers: 878

  1. Model of a Planning Strategy for Online Courses

    Yahya Mat Som, Valdosta State University, United States

    This paper is a report on the findings of a study that utilized a modified Delphi method. Forty four faculty from eleven universities participated in this study and developed a planning strategy... More

    pp. 235-239

  2. Fostering Inquiry-Based Learning Online

    Gail Matthews-DeNatale, TERC/Lesley University, United States

    Because the Web is a relatively new environment for teaching and learning, the first wave of research on distance learning has centered on the larger lessons to be learned about creating successful... More

    pp. 240-241

  3. An Online Solution to Educational Technology Leadership Certification: A Case Study

    Ronald McBride, Northwestern State University, United States; Bob Gillan, Northwestern (LA) State University, United States; Frank Fuller, Northwestern State University of Louisiana, United States; Emily Tweed, Northwestern State University, United States; Karen McFerrin, Northwestern, United States

    As schools continue to invest heavily in technology, more trained technology leaders are needed to manage the use of it and prepare teachers to integrate technology in the classroom. To address... More

    pp. 247-254

  4. Learning in Online and Desktop Video Conferencing Courses: Are Some Students Plugged In and Tuned Out?

    Karen McFerrin, NSU, United States; Paula Furr, Northwestern State University College of Liberal Arts, United States

    According to research conducted in two studies examining incidental learning activity within a complex of asynchronous online courses and compressed desktop video courses at a mid-sized university,... More

    pp. 255-259

  5. Tennessee Board of Regents - Regents Online Degree Programs

    Carol Puryear, Bettie Phillips & Robbie Melton, Tennessee Board of Regents, United States

    Tennessee Board of Regents' colleges and universities joined to offer the Regents Online Degree Programs (RODP). All the institutions are fully accredited. All thirteen TBR two-year colleges... More

    pp. 260-261

  6. Sexual Harassment Training Online

    Robert Miller, Eastern Illinois University, United States

    In order to provide a better working and learning environment, and to comply with state and federal law, Eastern Illinois University requires new employees to complete a sexual harassment training ... More

    pp. 262-263

  7. Old Ideas, New Approaches to Online Distance Learning

    Keri Rogers & Charles Mize, West Texas A&M University, United States

    A university in the southwestern part of the United States has developed an innovative approach to online, web-based distance learning. The program is innovative in both its philosophy and its... More

    pp. 264-266

  8. Enriching Online Course Conferencing: Best Practices

    Bruce Morgan, United States Open University, United States; Carl Reynolds, University of Wyoming, United States; Bridget Arend, University of Denver, United States

    Abstract: A pervasive issue in online learning is the effective use of communications tools. In many instances, the creative uses of discussions, chats, and e-mail makes for a positive experience ... More

    pp. 267-271

  9. Beyond the Talking Head: Active Instruction in Online Instruction

    Kathryn Morgan, Bemidji State Univeresity, United States

    What are the strategies for working effectively with students in online learning environments? What can educators do to stimulate meaningful student discussion? This presentation will provide... More

    p. 272

  10. QIICC - Student Empowerment through Distance Assessment

    Simon Richmond, Old Dominion University, United States; Patrick O'Shea, Brunswick County Public Schools, United States; Dwight Allen, Old Dominion University, United States

    The objective for this session is to show participants a new and innovative way of involving students in the assessment process. Participants will learn how to incorporate the QIICC Analysis... More

    pp. 273-274

  11. Elearning in Education: An Overview

    Raymond Pastore, Bloomsburg University, United States

    Elearning, as used in this paper refers to the use of Internet technologies to deliver instruction. This objective of this paper will be to examine the development of distance education from... More

    pp. 275-276

  12. "From a Distance": Distance Learning Interactions

    Victoria Giordano & Sam Perkins, Barry University, United States

    This paper is a report on the findings of a study conducted on a dually listed undergraduate and graduate TESOL distance learning course. Data were collected on the students' interactions with the ... More

    pp. 277-281

  13. Teaming: A Catalyst for Transforming Distance Education Teacher Preparation Programs

    Pamela Petty, Western Kentucky University, United States

    This paper explains the concept of teaming as a literacy professor, a social studies professor, a teaching and learning strategies professor and distance instructors worked together to provide... More

    pp. 282-283

  14. Establishing a Learning Community of Media Design and Art Schools

    Alexandra Preis, University of Applied Sciences Graz, Austria; Maja Pivec, Information Design, Technikum Joanneum, Graz, Austria; Heimo Müller, University of Applied Sciences Graz, Austria

    In one of the literature depictions of the synergy of people and computers, the author (Pickover; Computers and the Imagination) integrates people into the electonic environments. People began to... More

    pp. 284-288

  15. Semi-automated evaluation services in a distance education program

    David Halpin, Glen Holmes & Ken Potter, Virginia Tech, United States

    Effective evaluation of student work is an important and time-consuming component of distance learning programs. The authors describe the design and development of a scalable, computer-based... More

    pp. 289-290

  16. Technology As The Classroom: Successes and Pitfalls of A District's Journey into Cyberspace

    Tony Raymond & Myka Raymond, Englewood Public Schools, United States

    One district has chosen to take a new approach using online curricula. This session details that district's journey into meeting the needs of traditional and non-traditional students, while trying... More

    p. 291

  17. A Rubric to Encourage and Assess Student Engagement in Online Course Conferences

    M.d. Roblyer, University of Maryland University College, United States

    Although student interaction and engagement in online conference discussions is a required component of many online courses, instructors often find it difficult to determine whether or not students... More

    pp. 292-296

  18. Structuring Distance Education to Enhance Preservice Teacher Preparation

    Dina Rosen, Montclair State University, United States; Arlene Bloom, New Jersey City University, United States

    This paper will consider the use of distance education as a means to (1) provide candidates with multiple experiences about which they may engage in collaborative reflection (2) provide candidates ... More

    pp. 297-298

  19. Creating, Implementing, and Sustaining Community in an Online Distance Education Course

    Paulette Robinson, David Wizer & William A. Sadera, Towson University, United States

    In this presentation we will discuss some of the unique features of an online distance education course: : 1) the online course design was created in such a way to manage the information overload... More

    pp. 299-300

  20. Distance Education: Can the Institute Affect Persistence?

    Ellen Scalese, Nova Southeastern University, United States

    Abstract Distance Education (DL) is the perfect solution for today's non-traditional learning. However, the attrition rate in DL environments is much higher than in "traditional classrooms". The... More

    pp. 301-303