ERIC Number: ED462979
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001-May
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ICTE Tallahassee 2001. International Conference on Technology and Education Proceedings (19th, Tallahassee, Florida, May 2-5, 2001).
The ICTE Tallahassee 2001 conference proceedings is organized into eight themes: "Harnessing the Internet To Raise Educational Standards"; "Policies and Strategies To Evaluate, Identify, and Acquire Effective Software"; "Technology Resources in Support of Learning"; "Distance, Flexible, and Open Learning"; "Creating Digital Assets for Education and the Environment for Their Use"; "Virtual Institutions-Colleges, Universities, and Support Centers"; "Teacher Training"; and "Industry/Education Directions and Cooperative Ventures." Topics include: curriculum planning; intelligent systems; educational technology; Web-based instruction; children's research on the computer; distance learning; Web site resources; online resources to teach grammar; standards for online education service providers; Web based course design; technician and technology education; information technology and disabled students; successful Web site features; software evaluation strategies; research and development; educational software needs; multimedia; data collection devices; computer education; learner-centered instruction; authoring tools instruction; mobile technology based learning; access to technology; learning centers; professional instructional technology; Web course management; matching software and skills; professional development; microcomputer based laboratories; information technology in sports; change management; play therapy; software for evaluating student oral responses; campus intranet system for posting grades; automatic characterization system; wireless local area networks; network printing; educational communities; benefits and problems of Web based courses; active learning; concept maps; computer based models in teacher training; technology based communication; critical learning incidents; global access to e-learning; hybrid online/conventional programs; learning, robotics, and culture; multi-component technology; technology integration; advance organizers; teacher role in distance education; mentoring online; cross-cultural trans-disciplinary learning; student perceptions of instruction; learner clustering; college Web pages; digital multimedia portfolios; programming languages; Webmasters training; a virtual university; teachers' electronic portfolios; collaborative learning; self-perceived computer competence; educational technology assessment; technology skills assessment; and university cooperation with neighborhood organizations. (AEF)
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Access to Computers, Computer Uses in Education, Curriculum Design, Distance Education, Educational Development, Educational Media, Educational Policy, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Instructional Development, Instructional Innovation, Internet, Online Systems, Open Education, Partnerships in Education, Professional Development, Teacher Education, Technological Advancement, Technology Integration, Training
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