ERIC Number: ED456814
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2001-Jun
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of the 2001 ASCUE Summer Conference (34th, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, June 10-14, 2001).
Smith, Peter, Ed.
This 2001 Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE) conference proceedings briefly describes ASCUE and its listserver, lists the 2000-2001 ASCUE Board Members, and provides abstracts of the pre-conference workshops. The conference papers and abstracts of papers that follow include: "Microsoft Project 2000--Keeping Projects on Time and within Reasonable Budget"; "Add Streaming Media for the Web to Your Technological Toolkit"; "Distance Education for Technology Related Courses"; "Personal Knowledge Management: Framework for Integration and Partnerships"; "Distance Education, E-Core and Faculty-Instructional Design Collaboration"; "MOUS Certification Solutions"; "SAM 2000 Skills Assessment Manager"; "Faculty Support in a 'Time of Inconvenience'"; "Implementing a Campus-Wide Event Scheduling System"; "E-Mail: Just What Sort of Communication IS This?"; "Fast Track Network Certifications and Competition from Non-Traditional Educational Institutions"; "Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers To Use Technology"; "Web Abroad: Sharing the Learning, Staying in Touch"; "Online Learning at Mercer with WebCT"; "Distance Education for Printing Employee Training: A Model for Certificate Based Education"; "Multi-Tier Online Interventions: Forging Partnerships with a Virtual Business Training Center"; "Developing and Deploying Intelligent Agents in Education"; "A Web-Based Testing System for Introductory Mathematics Courses II"; "Using Microsoft Terminal Server To Support Mathematics Courses"; "Developing and Maintaining an On-Line Catalog as a Cohesive, Integral Part of your .edu Web Site"; "Becoming a Cisco Networking Academy"; "Breaking Away from the Desktop: Applications that Synchronize Pocket PCs and Campus Database Systems"; "Tailoring ASP Services for Institutions of Higher Education: The Importance of Performance Contingency Planning"; "Comprehensive Ubiquitous Computing: Beyond the Laptop Initiative"; "The Possibilities and Perils of Streaming Multimedia to Students"; "Progress Report-Microsoft Office 2000-Lynchburg College Tutorials"; "Technology and Education in a Rural Environment: Booth Teacher Training Initiative"; "Introducing Disciplinary Thinking Through the Development of an On-Line Tutorial"; "Technology in the Classroom, I'm Scared 'A Professor's Journey'"; "Stakeholder Impact on the IT Curriculum"; "Individual & Collaborative Calendaring Using CorporateTime"; "Creating a Multicultural Context Using Technology"; "Storage Area Network: A Case Study of the Design and Implementation of a SANetwork"; "Nortel Networking: Becoming a Training Academy"; "Implementing Instructional Technology: A Team-Based Approach"; "What If J. Alfred Prufrock Had Been a Computer Science Professor?"; "Assessing Student Fluency in Information Technology"; "Creating a Fully-Functional Stand-Alone Web Development System That Includes Web and Database Servers"; "Computer and Information Security Considerations for Installing and Running Microsoft Internet Information Server and Microsoft SQL Server"; "Improving Interpersonal Skills in Introductory Computer Courses"; and "The Use of Technology by Beginning Teachers." (Includes an index.) (AEF)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Networks, Computer System Design, Computer Uses in Education, Curriculum Development, Distance Education, Educational Development, Educational Media, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Faculty Development, Higher Education, Information Technology, Instructional Materials, Internet, Technology Integration, World Wide Web
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association of Small Computer Users in Education.
Note: For the 2000 proceedings, see ED 443 385.