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- B. Stephen Carpenter, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States
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- Stephen Sorden, Northern Arizona University, United States
- Liz Stephens, Texas State University-San Marcos, United States
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Information Architecture and Web-Based Instruction WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet(WEBNETC)1999:1
This poster session presents the application of principles of information architecture to Web-based instruction. Information architecture is the structuring of data to meet the informational and management requirements of an organization or group of ...
User-Centered Web Site Design: A Model for Development WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet(WEBNETC)1999:1
This paper presents a model for creating user-centered educational and informational Web sites. Information design is
the process of developing effective pieces of written or visual communication. While good information design stresses the...
TIMA: The Right Way to Create a Teacher Technology Institute in a K-12 School Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)1999:1
Computer technology was introduced into education in the early 1980s.
Teaching the teachers how to use this technology to enhance their curriculum has been an
ongoing process. Often continuing education is done while teachers balance other...
Grounding the Educational Computing Course in Practice Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)1999:1
This paper addresses reasons for grounding students' instructional experiences in a beginning educational computing course in practice. The author describes advantages for incorporating techniques from qualitative research into these experiences to...
David’s Story: How Technology Helped a Severely Disabled Learner Read and Write Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)1999:1
This case study describes how one autistic learner became a co-researcher with university literacy instructors to investigate how hypermedia can help him develop language and literacy skills. Researchers learned that fast paced behavioral games were ...
The Unwired Classroom – Innovative Technologies in Computing Education World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications(EDMEDIA)2001:1
Access to technology, where you want and when you want. This is the promise of Wireless Mobile Technology, combining the management and control of a computer lab, the freedom of portable computers, and the power of the Internet into a single...
Promoting a Qualitative Understanding of Physics Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching(JCMST)18:4, 1999
This study investigated the effects of two instructional strategies (augmented activation activities versus expository instruction) and three different presentation formats Microcomputer-based Laboratory (MBL), simulation, and computer-based text)...
The myths and realities of using IT in education: A Hong Kong case report WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet(WEBNETC)1999:1
To maintain its competitive edge, the Hong Kong SAR government has decided
to invest heavily on information technology in education. This paper will briefly describe
the networking environment in Hong Kong. It will also look at what is being done...
Hardware Versus Brainware: Where Are Technology Dollars Being Invested? Journal of Technology and Teacher Education(JTATE)9:3, 2001
The literature suggests that technology is the promise for transforming teaching and learning. However, investment in classroom computers and online capabilities significantly surpasses investment in intellectual capital. The purpose of this study...
Using the Knowledge Modeling Approach to Assess Effectiveness of Electronic Learning World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education(ELEARN)2002:1
In designing and implementing a learning experience, it is useful to establish a model of the intended outcomes. The knowledge modeling approach provides a method for developing such a model. Once a model is developed it can be subsequently revised ...
Teaching Creativity in Computer Science to the Playstation Generation World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education(ELEARN)2002:1
The success of today's computer science educational institutions hinges on successful innovative and creative learning strategies. This involves integrating new media technologies such as the latest console games and digital television, which our...
Differential Characteristics of Students in On-Line vs. Traditional Courses Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)2002:1
On-line offerings of courses have increased exponentially. Efforts to meet the needs of diverse, non-traditional students have created a market for instruction that can be delivered in flexible formats. While the movement to increase the use of on...
Facilitating Technology Integration In Teacher Education Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)2002:1
Many educators interested in the role of technology and education argue that faculty in teacher education institutions need to model appropriate use of technology consistent with educational theory to achieve powerful teaching and learning if...
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