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ERIC Number: ED366304
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
Reference Count: N/A
Bridging Learning Opportunities: AMTEC '93 Conference Proceedings (Windsor, Ontario, Canada, June 14-16, 1993).
Selby, Stuart, Ed.; Marzotto, Esio, Ed.
The bridging theme of the AMTEC'93 conference provided the stimulation to look beyond traditional boundaries: across international borders; across levels of disciplines and school systems; across social differences and across individual differences. These bridges can help make learning more effective, as can attention to related contemporary issues including learning to do more with less; reaching out to the nontraditional student and, the new technologies--teaching about them, using them, and analyzing their effects. This volume contains about half of the papers presented at the conference relating to the bridging theme. The papers are as follow: "The Guelph-Waterloo Video Link" (G. W. Ballantyne); "Gone But Not Forgotten" Videodisc Technology Bridges the Past to the Present" (Danielle Fortosky, Teresa Thacker, and Todd Zazelenchuk); "CMI Behind Bars: Comparative Analysis of PLATO Between Two User Groups" (Genevieve Gallant); "The Survival of a School District Media Production Department" (Gregory Gutenko); "AIMS CoPlanner: Computer Software to Facilitate Preservice Resource Teacher Education" (Leonard Haines); "A CAL Project: Money Skills for the Intellectually Disabled" (I. J. Hayward); "The Role of Instructional Design and Information Development in Guiding Technological Change" (Margot Hovey and Rob Pearson); "Learning in the Workplace: An Integrated Approach" (Miria Ioannou); "Graduate Distance Education: A Pilot Experience" (M. F. Kennedy, D. P. Janes, and B. A. Park); "Creativity on a Budget: Joint Community Health Education" (Richard J. Knecht);"Historical Realities and Continuing Mandates: Technology and the Paradigm for School Redesign" (James J. La Follette); "The Changing Role of the Media Centre in the 90's" (Helene Lavallee and Ross Mutton); "Motivating Students: Lessons From Theory" (Richard F. Lewis); "A Hypermedia Paradigm for Contrastive Phonetics" (Zopito Marini and Corrado Federici); "A Conceptual Framework for New Paradigm Research in Human Sciences: Phenomenology" (Linda M. McKay); "Using Amiga Computers for Media Production in Support of Teaching and Learning" (Robert McKenzie); "Music in Education" (Dave Morton); "Telecommunications Networking for Distance Education" (Richard J. Simpson); "A Self-Assessment System for a Developing School System" (Stephen G. Taylor); "Television in the 90's: An Industry in Transition or Trouble?" (P. G. Whittingham); and "Adapting a Commercial Newspaper Editorial System for Teaching and Learning" (Marian G. Williams). References are included with most of the papers. (TMK)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Distance Education, Educational Change, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Hypermedia, Individual Differences, International Educational Exchange, Learning Activities, Learning Experience, Learning Problems, Multimedia Instruction, Professional Associations
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada, London (Ontario).
Identifiers - Location: Canada; United States