ERIC Number: ED431343
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1999
Selected Papers from the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning (10th, Jacksonville, Florida, April 1999).
Chambers, Jack A., Ed.
These 20 papers were selected from those presented at the 10th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning. Papers have the following titles and authors: (1) "Case It! A Project to Integrate Collaborative Case-Based Learning into International Undergraduate Biology Curricula" (Bergland, Klyczek, Lundeberg, Mogen, Johnson); (2) "The Warrior Island Game: Virtual Combat in the Economics Classroom" (Bohler and McDowell); (3) "An Interactive Multimedia Intelligent Tutoring System" (Butz); (4) "Assessing Models of Information Literacy" (Catts and Appleton); (5) "Electronic Portfolios: Applications in Student Assessment" (Cole, Ryan, Mathies, Clemens); (6) "Digital Portfolios: Issues and Solutions" (Fritz); (7) "Developing a Discourse Community: Teaching Biochemistry Using the World Wide Web" (Gilmer); (8) "Computer-Mediated Critical Thinking: The Vee Heuristic" (Jamieson); (9) "Storytelling Techniques in the Teaching of Mathematics and Computer Science" (Joel); (10) "Integrating Learning Technology into the Liberal Arts Tradition" (Jones and Tarry); (11) "The Effects of Gender and Academic Program on Learning Styles and Attitudes of Undergraduate Students Using Multimedia, Web-Based Anatomy Labs" (Katz, Maitland, Hannah, Burggraff, King); (12) "Teaching Within the Dilemma Science Technology and Small College Consortia" (Lassiter); (13) "Beyond Constructivism in the Life Sciences" (Linich); (14) "Intentional and Incidental Learning" (Madden); (15) "Activity Visualization and Formative Assessment in Virtual Learning Environments" (Nulden and Hardless); (16)"Field Dependence Contextual Learning and Academic Achievement in Engineering Education" (O'Brien, Butler, Bernold); (17) "Collaborative Learning on the World Wide Web Using a Problem-Based Learning Approach" (Oliver, Omari, Stoney); (18) "Transformational Growth and Educational Change" (Phillips); (19) "Undergraduate Learning Modes and New Technologies: Lessons for the Faculty" (Pollak); and (20) "Technology in Problem-Based Learning Courses How Can It Help?" (Rau). (Individual papers contain references.) (DB)
Descriptors: College Instruction, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Portfolio Assessment, Simulation, World Wide Web
Florida Community College at Jacksonville, Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, 501 West State St., Jacksonville, FL 32202.
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Florida Community Coll., Jacksonville. Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning