ERIC Number: ED400790
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
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Mid-South Instructional Technology Conference Proceedings (1st, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, March 31-April 2, 1996).
Southeast Missouri State Univ., Cape Girardeau.; American Association for Higher Education, Washington, DC.; Middle Tennessee State Univ., Murfreesboro.
Papers in this proceedings discuss and demonstrate the impact of emerging information technologies on the education process. Along with two general session papers and two poster session papers, the bulk of the document is comprised of papers offered in the five tracks of Technology and Pedagogy, Distance Learning, Library Support, Support for Faculty, and Technology-based Facilities. Papers include: Track 1: "Technology and the Three Stages of Teaching" (Pallas); "Data Acquisition Programming (LabVIEW): An Aid to Teaching Instrumental Analytical Chemistry" (Gostowski); "Developing Interactive Instructional Materials" (Henderson, Gold); "Prototype Expert System for Climate Classification" (Harris); "Simulating Professional/Client Interaction" (Pable, App); "Making Mathematics Come Alive with Technology" (Kimmins, Bouldin); "Use of Master Classroom Technology to Implement a Case Study Approach to Learning" (Draude); "The Cricial Importance of Technology Integration in the Business School Curriculum" (Wade); "Enhancing Teaching and Learning in Higher Education with a Total Multimedia Approach" (Wells, Kick); "Putting the Sizzle Back into Computer Literacy" (Gazik); "Technology in Business Communication" (Rainey); "Beginnings: Introducing Computer Technology to Students in Speech-language Pathology and Aduiology" (McErlain, Squibb); "The 21st Century Teacher Will Be Ready for the 21st Century Classroom. NOT!" (Sandoval); "InHealth's Student E-Conference: 'To "Lurk" or To "Chat"? That Is the Cyberspace Question'" (Schrader, Assante); and "Using Technology Resources To Teach World Theatre" (Jones, Boyd, Olson, and Duncan). Track 2: "Ethical Issues Relating to Teaching via an Interactive Two-way Television System (ITV)" (Thoms); "Faculty Development Programs in Interactive Television" (Cuffman, MacRae); and "Distance Learning: Technologies, Curriculum Development, and Teacher Education" (Wilson). Track 3: "Book It!" (Baird, Vesper); "Constructing Effective Search Strategies for Electronic Searching" (Flanagan and Parente); "The Electronic Journal on the Internet" (Kubly); and "Integrating Electronic Information Sources into the Curriculum" (Buchanan, Luck, Dulniak). Track 4: "Defining the Role of the Instructional Technologist in Higher Education" (Surry); "An Integrated/Multidivisional Approach to Instructional Multimedia Development" (Henderson, Gold, Tindall); and "Supporting Faculty's Development and Use of Instructional Technology" (Brace and Roberts). Track 5: "Teaching from the Desktop" (Johnson); "Instructional Labs: Pluses and Minuses" (Junaid); "The Instructional Technology Support Center at MTSU: Integrating Technology into K-12 and University Classrooms" (Schmidt); and "Master Classrooms at Middle Tennessee State University" (Roberts, Brace, and White). A workshop paper is "How to Participate in a Slow Revolution: The AAHE Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable Program" (Gilbert). Poster session papers include: "Infotech Interactive: Increasing Student Participation Using Multimedia" (Baxter); and "Rhodes College and Opera Memphis Web Project" (Gray).
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Distance Education, Educational Facilities, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Information Technology, Instructional Development, Instructional Innovation, Library Development, Staff Development, Technological Advancement
Office of Information Technology, Cope 003, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN 37132; 615-898-5345; fax: 615-898-5720; e-maill: firstname.lastname@example.org
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Authoring Institution: Southeast Missouri State Univ., Cape Girardeau.; American Association for Higher Education, Washington, DC.; Middle Tennessee State Univ., Murfreesboro.