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ERIC Number: ED462979
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001-May
Pages: 412
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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)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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