ERIC Number: ED490093
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Jun
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.)
Descriptors: Small Colleges, Computers, Student Surveys, Interaction, Terrorism, Technology Planning, Computer Interfaces, Teaching Methods, College Faculty, College Students, Computer Attitudes, Computer Science Education, Computer Security, Computer Software, Curriculum Design, Distance Education, Educational Assessment, Educational Technology, Electronic Classrooms, Electronic Mail, Elementary School Students, Emergency Programs, Information Literacy, Information Retrieval, Information Technology, Instructional Design, Interaction, Legal Problems, Libraries, Management Systems, Multimedia Instruction, Online Courses, Portfolios (Background Materials), Problem Solving, Spreadsheets, Teaching Methods, Web Based Instruction, Web Sites, Computer Uses in Education
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: email@example.com; Web site: http://www.ascue.org.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: Elementary Education; Higher Education
Authoring Institution: Association of Small Computer Users in Education.
Identifiers - Location: South Carolina