NotesFAQContact Us
Search Tips
ERIC Number: ED307850
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987-Aug
Pages: 172
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Evaluation of Teaching/Learning at a Distance. [Report of the] Annual Conference on Teaching at a Distance (3rd, Madison, Wisconsin, August 3-6, 1987). Volume II: Informational Session Papers and Abstracts.
Wisconsin Univ., Madison. Dept of Continuing and Vocational Education.
The second of two volumes, this report provides a brief description of a 1987 conference on distance education together with 21 papers that were presented in the informational sessions. The papers included in this volume are: (1) "Evaluation of Student Outcomes in Distance Education" (Charles Feasley); (2) "Principles of Effective Video Teleconferencing" (John Marder); (3) "Computer Instruction and Enhancements via Audio Teleconferencing" (Gary Meister); (4) "Implementation Handbook for GED on TV" (Maija Wimer and John Tucker); (5) "Education via Satellite: A Tri-National Perspective" (Willard Shaw); (6) "The Operation and Evaluation of the Instructional Television System at Arizona State University" (Norman Wagner); (7) "Evaluating Interactive Television: Methods, Findings and Issues" (Diane Morehouse); (8) "Evaluating Experiential Learning for Distance Learners" (Joan Byrne); (9) "Policy Questions for State and Regional Action To Support the Use of Information Technologies in Higher Education" (Richard Jonsen and Mollie McGill); (10) "Developing a Public Policy on Distance Learning and Information Technology: A Checklist of Issues" (Ann Kelley); (11) "Is There an Audience for Evaluation of Distance Education?" (Patricia Kovel-Jarboe); (12) "Evaluation of Teaching/Learning at a Distance" (Larry Lienau); (13) "Variables Affecting Adult Learning in a Distance Education Setting" (Robert Fellenz, Constance Blackwood, and Alan Seamons); (14) "The Influence of Teaching Style and Instructional Device Use on Student Satisfaction and Student Preference in Electronic Distance Educational Methods" (Alan Seamons); (15) "Change Triggered by Computer Technology: Its Implications for Faculty Development" (Barbara Inch); (16) "Prologue: A Skills Assessment Strategy for Distance Learning" (Thomas Dehner); (17) "New Student Orientation Workshop" (John Adams); (18) "Faculty Training for Teaching via Technology" (James Shaeffer and Carolyn O'Donnell); (19) "Multi-Media Approach to Statewide Teacher In-Service" (Donna Dixon and Kathleen Cullen); (20) "Teacher Training via UAA's (University of Alaska at Anchorage) Rural Special Education Program (Debra Veit); and (21) "A Model for Distance Learning: Combining Computer Telecommunications, Pre-Produced Videotapes, On-Campus Instruction and Audio Teleconferencing" (Peter Balsamo). The last six papers are represented by summaries or abstracts. Tables and charts are included and most of the papers include references. (EW)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Information Analyses; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ., Madison. Dept of Continuing and Vocational Education.
Note: For Volume I, see IR 013 814; for reports on the 1985-88 conferences, see IR 013 812-816.