ERIC Number: ED474551
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2002-Jun
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of the 2002 ASCUE Summer Conference (35th, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, June 9-13, 2002).
Smith, Peter, Ed.
This 2002 Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE) conference proceedings briefly describes ASCUE and its listserv, lists board members, and provides abstracts of the pre-conference workshops. The conference papers and abstracts that follow cover: principles of visual communication in Web design; Blackboard 5--Web-based course experiences; streaming a PowerPoint slide show; smart classroom installations and pedagogical implications; copying under the copyright law; document imaging in the admissions process; the small computer user in education; technology, students, and faculty; middle and high school students' perceptions of deviant behavior when using computers and the Internet; campus information technologies; teacher education program data collection at Franklin College (Indiana); viruses and hackers--how to protect company resources; increasing student interaction in class with less total time from the teacher; rubric assisted assessment of outcomes-based computer programming courses; XML in the classroom; increasing curriculum continuity with a strategic integration of adjuncts using an online approach; moving a course to the Web; using campus technology issues as a resource for student learning; a new Web tool for posting information at Prestonsburg Community College (Kentucky); a grassroots approach to achieving faculty buy-in; why faculty are reluctant to engage in technology; using group polices and logon scripts to control laboratory desktops; planning and implementing a Web-based campus administration system; IP videoconferencing; how technology has influenced what teachers do and how they do it; videoconferencing and course management software working hand-in-hand to expand course availability; advantages of an integrated academic- and administrative-information system design; wireless connections for a multi-campus wide area network; Microsoft Office XP/2002--Lynchburg College (Virginia) tutorials; the impact of becoming a laptop teacher preparation program on the performance of preservice teachers; educational opportunities in enterprise resource planning; cyber terrorism--aspects & course integration; improving the success of introductory programming students; implementation and utilization of speech recognition technology for student and faculty users; helping people teach and learn about technology; the Unified Modeling Language and Rational Rose software for specifying transactions in simple Web-based systems; the fundamentals and practical use of certificate-based security in secure Web-based systems; the Classy software for automating classroom management tasks; technology assisted learning for inclusionary practice--a collaborative program for K-16 faculty and teachers; changing methods of ITraining; electronic portfolios--an emerging tool in allied health; the Angel software for developing courses on the Web; collaborative learning in virtual reality environments; and implementing a Smart Card program.(MES)
Descriptors: Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Higher Education, Information Systems, Information Technology, Secondary Education, Small Colleges, Teacher Education, Technology Integration, Web Based Instruction, World Wide Web
For full text: http://fits.depauw.edu/ascue/Proceedings/2002/.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association of Small Computer Users in Education.
Note: For the 2001 proceedings, see ED 456 814.