2001 Paper Presentations
What Have We Discovered and Where Are We Headed?
ONLINE COURSE PREPARATION AND DELIVERY: Useful practices for hybrid and completely virtual courses.
- Literature Review: Learning Styles of Distance Education Learners.
Jacquelyn Abromitis, Middlesex County College,Edison, NJ, USA.
- Task Design and the Interweaving of Synchrony and Asynchrony.
Philip W. Aston, The Higher Colleges of Technology, United Arab Emirates.
- The Wastebasket on My Desktop: Use of Metaphor In Web.
Dick Carlson, Corporate University Xchange, New York, NY, USA.
- Four Year Institutional Issues: Making a Healthy New Year's Resolution.
Robert N. Diotalevi, The College of West Virginia, USA.
- Low Cost and Practical Methodology for Internet Classroom Presentations.
Kenneth J. Ekegren, North Central State College, Mansfield, OH, USA.
- Transforming a Traditional Course for Educational Administrators into an Online Course.
Ernestine Enomoto & Lynn Tabata, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI, USA.
- Streaming Media: Hard Lessons Learned.
by Eric Flower, University of Hawai'i West O'ahu, Pearl City, HI, USA.
- Online Weather Studies, Two Successful Years of Teaching Weather as It Happens.
by Ira W. Geer, American Meteorological Society Education Program; Joseph M. Moran, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, USA; Robert S. Weinbeck, Iowa State University; James A. Brey, University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley.
- Finessing the Online Teaching/Learning Environment: Structuring and Evaluating Group Work, Reshaping the Research Project, and Managing Plagiarism.
by Robert Fulkerth, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA, USA
- Online Learning About Learning Online: Experiential Peer-Based Professional Development for All Employees.
by Susan Greffard & Susan Smythe, Douglas College, New Westminster, BC, Canada
- Online and Traditional Course Preparation, Delivery, and Assessment: A Comparative Study.
by Daniel D. Gross, Vicki Niemants Burford & Kirk Lacy, Montana State University-Billings, USA.
- How to Use Interactive Websites Effectively by Addressing Multiple Intelligences.
by Donna Hendry, T.E.A.M.S, North Windham, CT, USA.
- Online Instruction for Pedagogical Reform.
by James M Hitt, Queensborough Community College, Bayside, NY, USA.
- Strategies for Designing Online Courses to Engage Student Learners.
by Curtis Ho & Lynn Tabata, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI, USA.
- The Use of Blackboard in Computer Information Systems Courses.
by Carol Huie & Sandy Figueroa, Hostos Community College, Bronx, NY, USA.
- Designing and Managing an Online Courses.
by Vivian W. Ikpa, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
- Essential Release Time and Assistance for Online Teaching.
by Eric Johnson, Dakota State University, Madison, SD, USA.
- Improving Interactivity in Online Courses.
by Kwi Park-Kim, Bronx Community College, The City University of New York, NY, USA.
- Principles of Online Design.
by Roberta McKnight, Joan Glacken, Harriett Bohannon, Craig Rademacher, Peggy Bradley & Nancy Edwards, Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, FL, USA.
- Virtual Guest Lectures: Bring a World of Experts to Your Students.
by Michael McNett, University of Illinois Online, IL, USA.
- Technology in the Undergraduate Classroom: A Comparison of Its Effect on Student Learning.
by Brian Miller, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, USA.
- Practice and Pedagogy in University Web Teaching.
by Bonnie Morihara, Oregon University System, Eugene, OR, USA.
- What Belongs on an Instructional Website: A Discussion and Checklist.
by Mary F. O'Sullivan, Western Wisconsin Technical College, La Crosse, WI, USA.
- On-line and Traditional Course Preparation and Delivery: What a Difference the Web Makes!
by Bernard John Poole, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, PA, USA.
- Finding Useful On-Line Teaching Materials - Project MERLOT.
by Judy Serwatka, Purdue University Calumet, Hammond, IN, USA.
- Promoting Generative Learning in an On-Line Course.
by Thomas J. C. Smyth, University of South Carolina Aiken, SC, USA.
- Fluency Enhanced Without Going to France: Using the Internet to Break Out of Tight Spaces While Improving French Language Skills.
by Katherine Watson, Coastline Community College, Fountain Valley, CA, USA.
CLASSROOM COMMUNICATIONS: Strategies for student-instructor and student-student interactions, International collaboration, learning communities, etc.
- Creating a Constructivist Online Learning Environment.
by Susan McAleenan Butler, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA.
- Reaching and Teaching the Technodummy: Using Myers-Briggs Personality Type to Help Hesitant Students Access Cyberspace.
by Mim Chapman, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Anchorage, AK, USA.
- Creating Online Communities for Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing.
Lynn Davie, University of Toronto, Canada & Chris Frank, Georgian College of Applied Arts and Technology, Barrie, ON, Canada
- The Art and Science of Developing an Online Discussion Topic.
by Vanessa Dennen, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, USA.
- Five to Get Ready: Dimensions of Student Readiness for Online Learning.
by Mary Dereshiwsky, Northern Arizona University, USA.
- Getting Students to Engage in an Online Class Discussion Forum.
by Tom Kelleher, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, Honolulu, HI, USA.
- 24/7/365: Implications of Anytime, Anywhere.
by Joyce D. Meyer, Parkland College, IL, USA.
SUPPORT SERVICES: Electronic document delivery, CD-ROM and online catalogs, student orientation for online courses, instructional design, staff development, multimedia production, help desks, online tutoring, writing labs, etc.
- Developing a Hybrid Tutoring Model in an Urban Community College.
by Marian Arkin, Nora Eisenberg & Ann Peters, LaGuardia Community College, City University of NY, USA.
- Web Camp: Faculty Professional Development, Web-Enhanced Instruction, and Virtual Fires!
by Candy Center, Bristol Community College, MA, USA.
- Making the Transition From Traditional to Cyberspace Classrooms.
by Ross Donehue, Community College of Allegheny County, PA & Barbara A. Frey University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
- No Shushing Here - How Libraries are Using Chat Software for Reference and Instruction.
by Ilene Frank, University of South Florida, Tampa Campus, FL & Rhonda Smith, Lake-Sumter Community College, Leesburg, FL, USA.
- Developing Information Skills at a Distance: Strategies to Promote Information Literacy in a Web-Based Environment.
by Mary Hricko, Kent State University Geauga Campus, Burton, OH, USA.
- An Integrated Model of Training and Support for Online Teaching.
by Susan Ko & Jennifer Lieberman, OnlineLearning.net, Los Angeles, CA, USA.
- Mentoring New Online Faculty: Strategies That Work.
by Michael McNett, University of Illinois Online & Jennifer Lieberman, OnlineLearning.net, USA.
- Sharing Materials Through Online Community: The Case of Nihongo Web.
by Yasuhiro Omoto, The University of California at Berkeley, CA, USA.
- LeagueTLC--Connecting Community Colleges with Innovative Solutions.
by Stella Perez, League for Innovation, Mission Viejo, CA, USA.
ONLINE DEGREES, PROGRAMS & VIRTUAL COLLEGES: Management, development, delivery and assessment.
- Moving a Bachelor of Arts Degree Online: Lessons and Challenges.
by John Fitzsimmons, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Australia.
- Pulling It Together: The University of Hawaii Community Colleges AA Online.
by Vinnie Linares, Maui Community College, University of Hawaii, USA.
COURSEWARE AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES: Demonstrations and useful techniques when using software or services such as WebCT, Blackboard, Serf, eCollege, PowerPoint, MOOs, WebBoard, Web Crossing, etc.
- Introduction to TAPPED IN: An Online Community for Learning and Teaching.
by Keiko Schneider, Saboten Web Design, Albuquerque, NM, USA.
- Using FileMaker to Gather Information on the Web from Students.
by Deb Sewards, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, USA.
- Using the Web Camera in an On-line Language Course.
Satoru Shinagawa, Kapiolani Community College, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, USA.
- Revitalizing Advisory Committees and DACUM Through the Web.
by Ronald A. Wood, Diane Graber, Gary L. Phelps, & Greg Rohlik, Minnesota West Community & Technical College, Worthington, MN, USA.
SOCIAL ISSUES & ONLINE BEHAVIOR: Security, intellectual property and Internet etiquette.
- The Importance of Anonymity in the Web-based Classroom.
by Anne Bliss, University of Colorado at Boulder, CO, USA.
- A Business Strategy Development Survey on Worldwide Examination for e-Education.
by Bruce Siu-nang Cheung & Lai-Kuen Kwok, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong.
- Hockey Night in Canada and Waltzing Matilda: Examining Culture in a Global Classroom.
by Michele Jacobsen, University of Calgary, Canada & Joanne Tate, Ararat Community College, Victoria, Australia.
- A Guide to the Rhetoric of Discussion List Participation Introduction.
by Francois Lachance, Ministry of the Attorney General, Ontario, Canada.
- Online Learning Environment Research.
by Scott Walker, Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, TX, USA.
- Bugs, Bulbs, and Blossoms.
by Mimi Will, Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, CA, USA.
EXHIBITOR PAPERS AND POSTER SESSIONS.
- The Changing Role of (Internet) Technology in Teaching and Learning.
by Donna Gaudet, Academic Systems, USA
- Implementation of Academic Systems Technology Mediated Learning in Mathematics.
by Ian Walton, Mission College, Santa Clara, CA, USA & Danny Clark, Academic Systems, USA
- Teaching Writing Courses Online: Issues and Challenges.
by Forrest Williams, LEC English Department, Utah Valley State College, USA & Patti Constantakis, Academic Systems, USA
- Teaching Peer Review Online -- Meeting the Challenge With the Right Pedagogical
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