ERIC Number: ED490133
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2005-Jun
Campus Technology: Anticipating the Future. Proceedings of the Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE) Annual Conference (38th, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, June 12-16, 2005)
Smith, Peter, Ed.; Smith, Carol L., Ed.
Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE), 38th, Myrtle Beach, SC, June 12-16, 2005
This 2005 Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE) conference proceedings presented the theme "Campus Technology: Anticipating the Future." The conference introduced its ASCUE Officers and Directors, and provides abstracts of the pre-conference workshops. The full-text conference papers in this document include: (1) Developing In-House Library Multimedia Materials without a Computer Science Degree (Stephen T. Anderson, Sr.); (2) Web-Based Quizzes and Surveys Using Free Software (Shawn Beattie); (3) Implementing Proactive Network Management Solutions in the Residence Halls (Param Bedi); (4) Information, Courses, Community: Fostering Student Engagement with MyArcadia (Param Bedi); (5) Enhancing Your Web Site as a Recruitment Tool by Implementing Chat Technology (Blair Benjamin and Jay Lee); (6) Streamlining Maintenance and Access to a University's Academic Catalog (Blair Benjamin); (7) Teaching Computer Science at a Small University (Jack Briner); (8) Uncommon Uses for Common Tools in an Online Environment (Sarah Cecire); (9) Information Literacy and Research Skills Program at USC Sumter (Sharon Chapman, Jane Ferguson-Anderson, Pat Schultz-Anderson, and Constance Pender); (10) Portable 3D Stereographic Displays (Dan Cliburn); (11) Service Learning in a Systems Analysis and Design Course (Mary V. Connolly); (12) Information Technology at Small Colleges (David Cossey); (13) Implementing and Teaching with WebWork at Mercer University (Jeff Denny and Carolyn Yackel); (14) Creating a Collaborative Environment: Instructional and Learning Services (David Diedriech and Lynda LaRoche); (15) Database Systems and Oracle: Experiences and Lessons Learned (Deborah Dunn); (16) Building the Wireless Campus (James Gerraughty); (17) Portable and Mobile Classroom (PortMoC), Year Two: Deployment, Education and Operation (James Gerraughty); (18) Special Topics in Information System Class-Building the Human Component First (Sam Hijazi); (19) A Few Misconceptions about Distance Learning (Laurie Hillstock); (20) Beyond Point and Click: Taking Web-Based Pedagogy to a New Level (Janet Hurn); (21) The Changing IT Curriculum (Mary Insabella and Thomas Fogle); (22) A Decade of Mobile Computing for Students (Frederick Jenny); (23) Email Journaling for Teacher Candidates (Geraldine Jenny); (24) Add a Little Serious Magic to Your Presentation (Steven Krohn); (25) Communication Problems Resolved through Portal Implementation (Tom Kruse, Jeanne Skul, and Anne Vaassen); (26) Academic Honesty through Technology (Mark Lecher); (27) Making Global Connections: The Virtual Classroom Project (Mark Lewental and Michael Kress); (28) Utilizing a Broadcast Quality Video Production Facility in a Distributed Education Environment (Robert Mainhart and James Gerraughty); (29) Reaching a New Audience: Development of an Information Technology Minor (Laurie Patterson); (30) Future Educational Programs and Employment Prospects in Information Technology (Thomas A. Pollack); (31) Open Source Course Management Systems: Case Study (Eric Remy); (32) Some Simple Free Network Scanners for Checking the Security of a Network (Robin Snyder); (33) Offshore Outsourcing Drives Curriculum (Dewey Swanson); (34) E-Portfolios in Teacher Education Using TaskStream (Tim Hall, Elizabeth Kiggins, and George Weimer); (35) Using SAM Assessment and Training for Office 2003 (Gary Whittle); and (36) Computer Forensics: Is It the Next Hot IT Subject? (Victor Williams). (Individual papers contain references. For the 2004 proceedings, see ED490093.)
Descriptors: Virtual Classrooms, Programming (Broadcast), Computers, Tests, Research Methodology, Multimedia Materials, Misconceptions, Management Systems, Internet, Computer Uses in Education, Libraries, Educational Technology, Videotape Recordings, Computer Assisted Testing, Computer Networks, Student Participation, Web Sites, Student Recruitment, Information Literacy, Research Skills, Systems Analysis, Cooperation, Databases, Telecommunications, Distance Education, Electronic Mail, Curriculum Design, Computer Security, Portfolios (Background Materials), College Students
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: Higher Education
Authoring Institution: Association of Small Computer Users in Education.