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SITE 2001--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference



Jerry Price; Dee Anna Willis; Niki Davis; Jerry Willis

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Number of papers: 759

  1. Applying Rogerian Theory to Technology Resistant Students

    Eric Seemann, Lamar Wilkinson, Walter Buboltz & Sonia Beaty, Louisiana Tech Univ., United States

    This paper proposes ways of helping technology resistant (TR) students in terms of Carl Rogers' theories. In this view, students are motivated by the single, unitary motive of actualizing-... More

    pp. 86-87

  2. Remote-Control Computing

    Mark Smith, Purdue Univ., United States

    This interactive session presents remote-control computing from the perspective of the educator. If you have ever taught a class where your students use software at home, or have ever had the... More

    pp. 88-93

  3. The Use of Instructional Technology to Enhance Teaching Outcomes on Site and at a Distance

    Armand St-Pierre, Royal Military College, Canada

    Constant changes in technology are a major threat to the survival of traditional education systems. Instructional technology (IT) has to become a major component to the educational system to help ... More

    pp. 94-100

  4. How On-Line Collaborative Study Improve Human Cognition A perspective on the evolution of modern education

    James T. J. Wang & David Lin, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan; Richard Wang, Chinese Culture University, Taiwan

    This paper is a research to investigate the growth of Internet which will give rise to new adventure of teaching and learning strategies in the decade to come. A series of more recent education... More

    pp. 101-102

  5. Impact of Technology on Student Socialization in the Classroom

    Lamar Wilkinson, Walter Buboltz, Adrian Thomas & Eric Seemann, Louisiana Tech Univ., United States

    The use of technology and computer mediated communication is changing the lives of students in the classroom. Research is beginning to emerge examining the effects that technology is having on the ... More

    pp. 103-107

  6. D I S TA N C E ED U C AT I O N

    Frank Fuller & Ron McBride, Northwestern State University of Louisiana, United States

    The Internet and asynchronous delivery continue to dominate distance education presentations this year. As web-based learning becomes more commonplace, scholars are turning from writing about... More

    pp. 108-110

  7. The Distance Education Degree Program for The Master of Mathematics with a Teaching Option At Texas A&M University

    G. Donald Allen & Michael S. Pilant, Texas A&M University, United States

    This paper is a report on the planning, development, and implementation of the online Masters degree program offered by the Mathematics Department at Texas A&M University. The degree, which is... More

    pp. 111-116

  8. The Road Ahead: The Evolution of Online Learning

    Alicia F. Balsera, Univ. of South Florida, United States

    This paper will focus on the structural and interfacing mechanics of the software that will facilitate support efforts and minimize the frustrations encountered by new users whether they are... More

    pp. 117-122

  9. A Summary Look at Internet Based Distance Education

    Emad Bataineh, Zayed Univ., College of Information Systems, United Arab Emirates

    The Internet has truly and significantly changed the way we live, learn, work, and communicate. In today's digital information age, electronic services are constantly growing and becoming an... More

    pp. 123-128

  10. Teaching and Learning Online: Lessons Learned

    Donna Baumbach, Mary Bird, Janet Eastman & Kathy Katz, Univ. of Central Florida, United States

    Currently, there is a great deal of interest by school districts, educational software companies, teachers and others in providing staff development through the Internet. While research findings in... More

    pp. 129-130

  11. A Hybrid Online Course to Enhance Technology Competencies of School Principals

    Sally Beisser & Peggy Steinbronn, Drake Univ., United States

    Administrative leaders do not necessarily perceive themselves as leaders in technology in schools. Educational administration graduate students in this study acknowledged that their computer skills... More

    pp. 131-135

  12. Using Constructionist Principals In Designing And Integrating Online Collaborative Interactions

    J. Michael Blocher & Gary Tucker, Northern Arizona Univ., United States

    This paper describes a study that took an action research approach to investigate learners' experience using CMC to engage in a collaborative project in an online learning environment.... More

    pp. 138-143

  13. Learner Styles and Potential Relations to Distance Education

    Walter Buboltz, Lamar Wilkinson, Adrian Thomas & Steve Jenkins, Louisiana Tech Univ., United States

    This article reviews the literature on cognitive/learning styles and how these learning styles can impact the design, implementation and instructional strategies used in the distance education... More

    pp. 144-148

  14. Using Electronic Portfolios to Support Accountability and Preservice Teacher Preparation

    Gerald W. Burgess & Barbara D. Holmes, Albany State University, United States

    The demand for accountability establishes the framework for educational reform in the new millennium. The portfolio process represents a more authentic form of assessment in that it allows the... More

    pp. 149-152

  15. Distance Education and What is Coming Next?

    Kemal Kemal, Cakici, The George Washington University

    In the last decade distance education has gained more importance and attention in its century long history. The more technology and society develops, the greater need for qualified and educated... More

    pp. 153-154

  16. The Challenges of Interfacing Between Face-To-Face and Online Instruction

    Nada Dabbagh, George Mason Univ., United States

    The use of the Web for instructional purposes at higher education institutions has crossed the spectrum of distance education delivery contexts, ranging from the Web being used to supplement face... More

    pp. 155-160

  17. Establishing a New Paradigm for On-line Education

    Anne Stanton, Steve Albanese & Anthony R. Davidson, New York University, United States

    The steady evolution of communications technology (radio, television, interactive video, audio-graphics, electronic mail, Internet, intranet) has considerably influenced the development of... More

    pp. 161-166

  18. Cost Effectiveness and Distance Education: A Perspective

    Steven Dickey & JoAnna Dickey, Eastern Kentucky Univ., United States

    The authors develop a taxonomy of motives for distance education, solutions for delivery and likely application situations. These concrete considerations are contrasted with the abstract... More

    pp. 167-168

  19. A Comparative Project: Web-Based Faculty Development Versus Print-Based Faculty Development

    Melissa Diers, University of Nebraska Medical Center, United States

    This paper is a report on the findings of a study conducted on a graduate level for a thesis project in partial fulfillment of requirements for a Master of Arts in Education with a focus of... More

    pp. 169-174

  20. Assessing Best Practices in Online Learning: A Review of the Literature

    William Dwyer, Judy Giesen, Dennis Sunal, Cynthia Sunal & Kathy Trundle, Univ. of Alabama, United States

    This literature review provides an overview of recent research that has been conducted on online learning, as well as indicating the extent and type of research being carried out. Twenty-five... More

    pp. 175-182