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ERIC Number: ED432983
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999-Jun
Pages: 257
Abstractor: N/A
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Association of Small Computer Users in Education: Proceedings of the ASCUE Summer Conference (32nd, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, June 13-17, 1999).
Smith, Peter, Ed.
Topics addressed by papers in this proceedings include: World Wide Web-based collaborative learning; using Microsoft Outlook Web access to provide e-mail service on public access computers; helping faculty use technology; installing and maintaining an Internet Service Provider; the role of the Web in enhancing learning; current and future trends in information technology; managing deviant behavior in the virtual classroom; preservice teachers' technology attitudes; introducing computer science to non-majors; development of an institution-wide technology/curricular planning process; cyberfluency in the 21st century; virtual reality models in the classroom; technology in teacher education; meta-learning digital library initiative; setting up and administering a computer network; Web management of student information; preparing to be technologically ready for the 21st century; Microsoft tutorials; Microsoft grants; Total Quality Management in the computer lab; e-mail as an official means of communication; updating computer systems; evaluating a "cyberclass"; National Science Foundation grants; videoconferencing; visually taking class attendance with a computer; technical training and support for students; and building a wireless laptop computing lab. This volume also provides information about the Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE), a list of ASCUE board members, profiles of keynote speakers, descriptions of pre-conference workshops, and a presenters index. (AEF)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Association of Small Computer Users in Education.