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ERIC Number: ED450699
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1999
Pages: 571
Abstractor: N/A
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EDUCAUSE '99: Celebrating New Beginnings. [Proceedings] (Long Beach, California, October 26-29, 1999).
EDUCAUSE, Washington, DC.
This proceedings of the 1999 EDUCAUSE Conference contains papers presented in six tracks: Building the New Information Technology Foundation and Infrastructure; Technology-Enhanced Teaching and Learning; Renewing Administrative Services; Outreach, Public Service, and New Communities; Advancing the Leading Edge; and the EDUCAUSE Track. Topics of papers include: introducing students to computing issues; data warehouse solution using university consortia and business outsourcing; dynamic and individualized Web system; warehouse design; technology-enhanced admissions process; imaging technologies; impact on students of online materials in university courses; cooperative development of faculty development resources; model for hardware and software acquisition; Web-based services in Committee on Institutional Cooperation (Big Ten) libraries; developing a new administrative system; collaborative support for the distributed university; what Web instructional techniques suggest about what faculty want; potential and risks of digital libraries; teaching and learning with online images; broadbanding initiative; state-wide approach to public service excellence; using technology to enable alumni and outside experts to enrich a class; unintended impact of technology; authorization on the Web; implementation and implications of digital services in learning centers; new systems implementation projects; information technology integration in a small rural school; integration of digital satellite and terrestrial networks for education and training; intellectual property and copyright; information technology literacy for general education and online community; meta data integration; building a statewide student advising system; U.S. distance education and developing countries; PBS develops institution-neutral online services for non-traditional adult learners; pooling resources of dozens of schools; using Java to develop programs designed to support administrative users in a university environment; planning, strategy and technology to reach rural, remote, and underserved Americans; tools for faculty-directed inquiry and improvement; computational science curricula, high performance computing and the professional organizations; sustaining a virtual support organization; library resource sharing program; supporting faculty uses of the Web; Internet and the digital divide; model for interactive distance learning; a "Roles" database; toolkit for class home page development/management; transformation of education by information and communication technology; building a statewide partnership for higher education; CD-ROM for faculty development and statewide training; project for unified access for the 21st century; university and state K-12 education partnership providing online resources and training; empowered process for information technology planning and implementation; e-mail as official means of communication; virtual organizations, virtual mentoring, and at-risk youth; university simulation game; and visual resource system to improve teaching and learning. (AEF)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: EDUCAUSE, Washington, DC.
Note: For selected individual conference papers, see IR 020 581-603.