ERIC Number: ED464634
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2002
Teaching, Learning, & Technology: The Connected Classroom. Proceedings of the Annual Mid-South Instructional Technology Conference (7th, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, April 7-9, 2002).
Middle Tennessee State Univ., Murfreesboro.
This proceedings of the seventh annual Mid-South Instructional Technology Conference on Teaching, Learning, and Technology contains the following papers: "A Tale of Two Classes: Face-to-Face versus Online" (Carol Wilson); "Best Practices in Organization Highlighting 360 Degree Feedback" (Bonita Barger); "Collaborating Online To Teach Information and Multimedia Literacy" (Lori Buchanan, Ted Jones, and DeAnne Luck); "Communities of Learners: Connecting Students to Maximize Learning" (Maria Clayton); "Developmental Pathways and Technology: The Foundation of Enhanced Intellectual" (Gail Slye and Edward Williamson); "Does Personality Type Effect Online versus In-Class Course Satisfaction?" (Richard Daughenbaugh, David Ensminger, Lynda Frederick and Daniel Surry); "Elementary Algebra + Student-Written Web Illustrations = Math Mastery" (Bette Veteto); "Enhancing Classroom Teaching with Online Web-Based Tools" (Raj Desai and Ted Loso); "Faculty Perceptions of Factors That Facilitate the Implementation of Online Programs" (David Ensminger and Daniel Surry); "Flesh and Bone: Information Literacy, Teaching, and the Connected Classroom" (Kathleen Lant); "From Key Handouts to More Hands On Keys: Planning for the Progressive Use of Technology by Faculty" (Mary Nunaley and David Warner); "Geographic Information Systems and the Global Positioning System: Involving Students in the Formation and Testing of Hypotheses" (Mark Abolins); "It Takes a Village: Considerations for Effective Mentoring Relationships in Technology" (Barbara Beauchamp, Rebecca Burleson and Steve Cockerham);"Performance-Based Assessment in Teacher Preparation Using a Web-Based System" (Debbie Barnes, Jane Mchaney and Aaron Thomason); "Problems and Solutions for Teaching Technology Online" (Joel Hausler and Jay Sanders); "Producing Industrial Videos in the Classroom" (David Baird); "Successful Conversion of a Classroom Program to an Internet Program" (Cheryl Stotts, Richard Smith, Patricia Edwards-Schafer, Cheryl Schmidt, and Jo Ann Smith); "Using Blackboard to Survey Students at Midterm" (Donna Austin and John Austin); "Web-Based Modifications for Students with Special Needs: A Starting Point" (David Currie, Delbert Hall, and Rosalee Seymour); "When Good Intentions Are Not Enough: Motivating Faculty 'Ownership' of IT Initiatives" (Joseph Hughes);"A Web Enabled Graduate Course: Two Perspectives" (James Penrod and Barbara Perry); "Creating and Delivering High Quality Streaming Dial Video" (Steve Bonham); "QuickTime Virtual Reality for Web Delivery" (Charles Hodges); and "The Help Desk as a Learning Resource" (Bob Lhota). (Most papers contain references.) (JMK)
Descriptors: Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Uses in Education, Distance Education, Educational Technology, Information Technology, Instructional Design, Instructional Development, Literacy, Online Courses, Technology Integration, World Wide Web
For full text: http://www.mtsu.edu/~itconf/proceed02/index.html.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Middle Tennessee State Univ., Murfreesboro.
Note: For individual papers, see IR 021 387-403. For the 2001 proceedings, see ED 463 719.