ERIC Number: ED454758
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2001-Apr
Reference Count: N/A
Selected Papers from the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning (12th, Jacksonville, Florida, April 2001).
Chambers, Jack A., Ed.
This collection contains the 20 best papers from a conference at which nearly 300 faculty members presented papers. Those that were selected by juried review include: (1) "Where Have You Been? A Case Study of Successful Implementation of Undergraduate Online Learning Communities" (John Barnett); (2) "A Strange Sense of Disquietude: Understanding Resistance to Learning Technologies" (Sian Bayne and Ray Land); (3) "Designing Learning Experiences for Enabling Collaborative Discovery Online" (A. Faye Borthick); (4) "Humanizing the Interactive Video Conference Experience for Aboriginal Students" (W. Dean Care); (5) "Using Immersive Virtual Environments To Humanize the Learning Experience" (Karen Castro); (6) "Improving Pass Rates in Mathematics Using Interactive Computer Software" (Michelle R. Dedeo); (7) "Enhancing Distance Learning with Multimedia: A Win-Win?" (Timothy J. Ellis and Maxine S. Cohen); (8) "Communication Technologies and Instructional Design" (Michelle R. Howard-Vital and Joanne E. Nottingham); (9) "A Problem-Solving Based Computer Use Course for Non-Majors" (William J. Joel); (10) "Whys and Hows of Teaching Effectively via Interactive Distance Learning" (Jo Jones, Linda Kutilek, Warren Flood, and Nikki Conklin); (11) "Borrowers and Thieves: Internet Plagiarism" (Kathleen King); (12) "Virtual Worlds in Large Enrollment Science Classes Significantly Improve Authentic Learning" (Phillip McClean, Bernhardt Saini-Eidukat, Donald P. Schwert, Brian M. Slator, and Alan White); (13) "Using Streaming Video Technology in Teacher Education" (Edwin McClintock and Zhonghong Jiang); (14) "Anatomy-Physiology as an Intensive, Integrated Lecture/Lab Making It Work" (Holly J. Morris); (15) "Teaching Conceptual Physics through Technology" (V. Adam Niculescu and Peter Martin); (16) "Moving Forward: Marrying Sound Pedagogical Concepts with Learning Technologies" (Julie A. Richardson and Anthony E. Turner); (17) "The Pedagogy of On-Line Instruction in Laboratory Science" (Larry Spears); (18) "A Laboratory for Incorporating Computer Science Theory with Real-World Interests and Difficulties" (Carl W. Steidley and R. Stephen Dannelly); (19) "Unfettered French: Learning Online without the Bounds of Space or Time" (Katherine Watson); and (20) "Caught Up in the Web Who Needs Professors, It's All on the Net" (Peter W. Wright). Each paper contains references. (SLD)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Florida Community Coll., Jacksonville. Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning
Note: For the papers from the 11th conference, see ED 440 975.