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ERIC Number: ED490093
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Jun
Pages: 289
Abstractor: ERIC
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: N/A
Leading Strategic & Cultural Change through Technology. Proceedings of the Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE) Annual Conference (37th, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, June 6-10, 2004)
Smith, Peter, Ed.; Smith, Carol L., Ed.
Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE), 37th, Myrtle Beach, SC, June 6-10, 2004
This 2004 Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE) conference proceedings presented the theme "Leading Strategic & Cultural Change through Technology." 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) Strategic Planning at a Small College (Robert Agnew); (2) Web Accessibility--Does Your Web Site Make the Grade? (Melanie Anderson); (3) Digital Ink for Online Teaching: An Idea Whose Time Has Finally Come (William Bernhardt, Mark Lewental, and Peter Miller); (4) Information Literacy and Technology Across the Curriculum (Thomas Brennan and Cathy Rowe); (5) Distance Education as a Catalyst for Change in Higher Education (Elizabeth Anne Christo-Baker); (6) Increasing the Interest of Elementary Age Students in the Computing Sciences through Day Camps (Daniel Cliburn, Tracey Weisheit, Jason Griffith, Matt Jones, Hunter Rackley, Eric Richey, and Kevin Stormer); (7) Technology Planning Strategies (Kathy Decker); (8) You've Got Mail! Managing a Campus-wide eMail Migration (David Diedriech); (9) Utilizing a CMS to Facilitate Computer Science Instruction (Deborah Dunn and Dennis Lingerfelt); (10) Collaborative Initiatives within an Information Technology Organization (Lisa Fears); (11) Library Tools for Connecting with the Curriculum (Bob Fernekes, Debra Skinner, and Sonya S. Gaither Shepherd); (12) Assessment Methodology in Technical Courses (Thomas Fogle and Mary Insabella); (13) Portable & Mobile Classroom (PortMoC) (James Gerraughty); (14) What Else Can You Do with Your Course Management System? (Chandra Gigliotti-Guridi); (15) Enhancing Teaching Using MATLAB Add-Ins for EXCEL (Paul Hamilton); (16) Creative Problem Solving-Software and Portals (Sam Hijazi, M. Leigh Smith, and Edgardo Alvarado-Vazquez); (17) Too Much Information--Too Much Apprehension (Sam Hijazi); (18) Serving 11 Institutions WebCT from a Central Location (Rob A. Hoyt, Aaron McNulty, and Jim Workman); (19) Instructional Technology in Computer Science (Frederick Jenny); (20) Possibilities for the Visiting e-Lecture (June Julian); (21) Faculty/Student Surveys Using Open Source Software (Sali Kaceli); (22) Honeypots: Covert Network Security (Michael Lavengood and Joel Spriggs); (23) Technophobes Teaching with Technology (Mark Lecher); (24) Streaming Media Seminar--Effective Development and Distribution of Streaming Multimedia in Education (Robert Mainhart, James Gerraughty, and Kristine M. Anderson); (25) Progress Report--Update on the Microsoft Tutorials (Tom Murray); (26) DVD Portfolios as a Strategic Career Move (Scott Phillips); (27) The Potential Impact of Offshore Outsourcing on Information Systems Education Programs (Thomas A. Pollack); (28) Adding Interactivity to a Non-Interactive Class (Gary Rogers and Jack Krichen); (29) Recent Legal Developments in CyberCrime & Terrorism (Gary Rogers and Jason Ashford); (30) Relationships between Computer Skills and Technostress Levels: How Does This Affect Me? (Sonya Shepherd); (31) The Use of Multiple Monitor and KVM (Keyboard, Video, and Mouse) Technologies in an Educational Setting (Robin Snyder); (32) A Practical Introduction to the XML, Extensible Markup Language, by Way of Some Useful Examples (Robin Snyder); (33) Design Principles to Improve Website Accessibility (John Stamey and Thomas L. Honeycutt); (34) A Follow up: Developing Growing Need for Soft-Skills in IT Professionals (Dewey Swanson and Julie Phillips); (35) Multi Media Madness--Improving Professional Development for Instructional Technology (Nancy Thibeault); (36) Center for Instructional Technology: A Strategic Imperative (Debra Volzer, Richard Farmer, and Mark Weaver); (37) E-Portfolios for Student Teachers-Second Year of a Pilot Program (George Weimer and Tim Hall); (38) How to Protect against Terrorism, Disasters, and Disaster Recovery (An Introduction Class) (Victor Williams); and (39) The Effect of a Computerized Teaching Assistant on Student Interaction, Student Satisfaction, and Retention Rates of Students in a Distance Course (Cheryl Reindl-Johnson). (Individual papers contain references. For the 2005 proceedings, see ED490133.)
Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE), 1513 Magnolia Drive, Surfside Beach, SC 29574. Tel: 606-218-5308; Fax: 606-218-5184; e-mail: president@ascue.org; Web site: http://www.ascue.org.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: Elementary Education; Higher Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association of Small Computer Users in Education.
Identifiers - Location: South Carolina