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ERIC Number: ED471207
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2002-Aug
Pages: 468
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: N/A
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Distance Learning, 2002: Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning (18th, Madison, Wisconsin, August 14-16, 2002).
Wisconsin Univ. System, Madison.
These proceedings contain 90 papers that address important human factors in distance education from several perspectives, provide insights into how those factors contribute to successful outcomes, and describe practical methods for implementing similar approaches in other settings. They include "Is Your E-Everything Accessible to Everyone?" (Anderson et al.); "Social Dynamics of Online Learning" (Baker, Woods); "Self-Directed Executive Education Courses" (Beatty et al.); "Managing the Development of Technology- Based Courses" (Bennett et al.); "Substituting for Yourself" (Bergmann, Bergmann); "Online Learning in K-12 Schools" (Blomeyer, Hemphill); "Faculty Preparation" (Brown, Henderson); "Management and Delivery of Technical BS Degree Completion and MS Degree Programs to Distance Learners" (Cockrell, Pearson); "PJs or Uniforms? Reaching Those Who Can't Reach You" (Coyne, Fitzner); "Design Issues, Standards, and Technology" (Culver); "Statewide Brokerage House for Online Education" (Deau et al.); "Faculty Development Models in Distributed Learning" (Greer); "Multipoint Videoconferencing" (Hayden et al.); "Building a Highly Accessible Web-Based Training Course" (Hedenblad, Rafferty); "Indepth Look at Strategies for Mentoring Online Adult Learners" (Jiang et al.); "Helping Faculty Develop Online Courses at a Distance" (Kahrhoff, Li); "Instructional Methods in Online High School Courses" (Keller, Cakir); "Instructional Strategies for Distance Education" (King et al.); "Online Education Investment Strategy" (Kraenzel); "Pedagogy, Multimedia, and Distance Education" (Krug); "Third Generation Online Courseware" (Kryczka, Hughes); "Learning by 'Doing' and 'Experiencing'" (Lim); "Providing Direct Service Distance Education to Students with Disabilities" (Magnuson, Kuehn); "Designing the Blend for Audiences in Developing Countries" (Miller); "Games to Teach By" (Mungai et al.); "Development of a Software Tool for Multi-institutional Faculty with Minimal Computer Experience" (Namuth, Guru); "Building Effective Virtual Teams Using Selection Interviews and Peer Assessment" (Newman); "Delivering Interdisciplinary, Competency-Based Professional Education Online" (Olson, Tribby); "Concentric Model for Evaluating Internet-Based Distance Learning Programs" (Osika, Camin); "Strategic Planning Process Model for the Implementing of Distance Education in Higher Education" (Pisel); "Designing a Blended-Delivery Course for Higher-Order Cognitive and Affective Learning" (Powell, Pisel); "Designing Web-Based Case Simulations for Medical Students" (Relan); "Administrative Strategies for the Online Classroom" (Rhoda et al.); "Assessment in Online Courses" (Runyon, Von Holzen); "Becoming a Learning Community" (Santo); "Cooperative Design Fostering Diversity and Interactivity" (Sarlin); "Effectively Using Self-Assessments in Online Learning" (Schulze, O'Keefe); "Writing for the Web Using 'Just-in-Time' and Performance Support Strategies" (Sheen et al.); "Increasing the Quality and Efficiency of Web-Based Course Production" (Stein); "Creating Course Evaluations for E-Learning" (Stoll, Ellis-Brye); "Institutional Responses to Plagiarism in Online Classes" (Stover, Kelly); "Assessing Career Impacts of an Internet Degree Program for RNs" (Taube et al.); "Creating Virtual Communities to Support Online Instructors" (Tompkins et al.); "Evaluation of Student Satisfaction with Distance Learning Courses" (Wagner et al.); "Experiential Learning Activities in Distance Education" (Westera); "Are You Practicing What Research Is Preaching for Distance Learning?" (Wijekumar); and "Instructor and Student Perceptions/Attitudes on the Design of Instruction for the Internet and ITV" (Zheng, Smaldino). (YLB)
Distance Teaching & Learning Proceedings, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1050 University Avenue, B136 Lathrop, Madison, WI 53706-1386 ($27). Tel: 608-265-4159; Fax: 608-265-7848; e-mail: distel@education.wisc.edu. Audio and PowerPoint files available for most presentations on web site: (http://www.uwex.edu/disted/conference/DL2002/DL2002Web/index.htm l).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ. System, Madison.
Note: Conference director was William Winfield. For the 17th annual conference proceedings (2001), see ED 462 621.