ICTE New Orleans '96

Program Schedule


March 17 - 20, 1996

A Community Context into Art Classes
Maria Cristina Biazus, Universidade de Caxlas do Sul Brazil
Wednesday 8:30:00 AM

A Comparative Analysis of Authorware Pro and Hyperstudio Authoring Packages for Educators
Dr. Donna Marie Kaputa, Medaille College USA
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

A Computer-Mediated Communications Curricular Model for Teaching K-12 Educators
David J. Ayersman, Mary Washington College USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

A Developer Based Approach to Applying Hypermedia Technology in Engineering Education
Kai Cheng, Glasgow Caledonian University UK
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

A Framework of Points and Inertial and Non-Inertial Reference Systems to Simulated Study of Kinematics
Alejandro Fonseca-Duarte, Department of Physics Cuba
Monday,9:40:00 AM

A Multimedia Based Educational Environment for Training in Network Technology
Sophie Sehperides, Univ. of Athens, Dep. of Informatic Greece
Ch. Metaxaki-Kossionides, Univ. of Athens, Dep. of Informatic Greece
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

A Multimedia Database System as Common Source for All Computer and Audiovisual Materials for a Field of Study
Wolfgang Wiemer, Universitat Essen Germany
Monday,4:15:00 PM

A Pilot Study of the Use of the World Wide Web for Distance-Learning and Dissertation Supervision
Dr. Dave Hobbs, Leeds Metropolitan University UK
Monday,1:45:00 PM

A Structured Approach to Courseware Development on the Web
Chaomei Chen, Glasgow Caledonian University UK
Monday,2:55:00 PM

A Study of the Implementation of Computer Education in Public Schools
Dr. Tony T. Lei, Information Integration, Inc. USA
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

A Taxonomy of Critical Thinking in Online Searching
Mark Meng, Saint John's University USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

A Teachers College Internet Workshop for Children, and Pre- and In-Service Student Teachers
John Elliott, Nova Scotia Teachers College Canada
Monday,2:55:00 PM

About Computer Mediated Teaching and Learning
Sirkku Mannikko, MA, Dept. of Computer & Systems Science Sweden
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Adapting Industry's Quality Circles as the Basic Instructional Unit in Education Via Use of Technology
Dr. Arthur Shapiro, University of South Florida USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

Advanced Educational Technologies and Distance Learning
Dra. Maria de Jesus Filipe, DIACOMA Portugal
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Advanced HTML and CGI Issues to Enhance the Interactivity of On-Line Educational Systems
David G. Aldrich, Education Research Laboratories USA
Robert C. Stone, DO, University of North Texas USA
Frank J. Papa, DO, PhD., University of North Texas USA
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

African American History Online
Prof. Kijana Crawford, Rochester Institute of Technology USA
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

America's Changing Workforce: Older Worker Issues
James L. Moseley, Wayne State University USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

An Approach to Successful Software -Thinkware Interaction
Vadim E. Levit, Department of Computerized Systems Israel
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

An Environment that Enables Students to Create Calculus Movies
Lawrence Sher, Borough of Manhattan C.C. USA
Patricia R. Wilkinson, Borough of Manhattan C.C. USA
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

An Examination of Diffusion Theory and the Adoption of New Interactive Technology
Thomas Hutchison, Middle Tennessee State University USA
C. Edward Wotring, Florida State University USA
Edward J. Forrest, Florida State University USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

An Interdisciplinary Computer Integrated System Laboratory
Mohammad M. Asoodeh, Southeastern Louisiana University USA
Carl W. Steidley, Southeastern Louisiana University USA
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

An Organic Repository: Integrating, Multimedia Database
William Coble, Masters Interactive Communication USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Anatomy for the 21st Century: Integrating A.D.A.M. into the Curriculum
Dr. Karen M. LaFleur, Greenville Technical College USA
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

Applying Quality Principles to Education
Linda Null, Penn State Harrisburg USA
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Are Schools Making a Difference? Changes in Students' Computer Expierences and Attitudes 1987 - 1994
Alison Elliott, Faculty of Education Australia
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

Assessing the Use of the Internet
Sara Olin Zimmerman, Ph.D., Appalachian State University USA
Ward Brian Zimmerman, Ph.D., Appalachian State University USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Assessment and Evaluation of Technology Programs in a US District
Mary Jo Milburn, Jefferson County Public Schools USA
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

Assistive Technology for Educational Access
Mary Beth Janes, Indiana University USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

Basic Technology: The Forgotten Tools
Dr. Michael E. Tomlin, University of Idaho USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Basic Writers, Peer Tutors and Computer Networks: An Ethnographic Study
Dr. Sheila Smith-Hobson, Lehman College USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Benefits for Educators Through On-Line Mentoring
Don Slabaugh, Helena Flats School USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Building a Middle School Math Program With CAI
Carolyn A. Posey, Albuquerque Public Schools USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Building a Railroad Switching Yard Controller: Digital Electronics as an Educational Tool
Dale Reed, Loyola University Chicago USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Building a Technical Infrastructure to Support Future Instructional Requirements: A Case Study in Maryland's Anne Arundel County Public Schools
Joan Henning, Anne Arundel County Public Schools USA
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

Building Self Confidence: A Multimedia Approach
Raymond P. Kirsch, La Salle University USA
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Building the School of the Future, Now!
Judith Gray, Hunterdon Central Regional USA
Raymond Bordwell, Perkins & Will Archiitects USA
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Buying a Sled in July: the Challenge of Keeping Staff Motivated While Waiting for Hardware
Marla Steele, Wayne-Finger Lakes Boces USA
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Can Pre-Kindergarten Children use the Interactive Multimedia Technology? Findings From a Research Study
Min Liu, University of Texas - Austin USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Can Virtual Reality Work in the Classroom?
Jonathan Grove, Sheffield Hallam University UK
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Canada's SchoolNet: Bringing the Canadian Version of the Internet to All Schools in the Country
Gerald McConaghy, SchoolNet Canada
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Canada's SchoolNet: Bringing the Canadian Version of the Internet to All Schools in the Country
Gerald McConaghy, SchoolNet Canada
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Children as Hypermedia Composers
Luis Mariano Bibbo, LIFIA Argentina
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

Classroom Implications for Image Processing
Stephanie Stevenson, Holley-Navarre Int. School USA
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Cognitive Styles and CAL
John Scriven, University of Portsmouth UK
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Communication Through Technology: The Work of the Deaf-Fax Trust in the United Kingdom
Terry Thompson, Deaf & Fax Communication Trust UK
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Competency-Based Education: Development Tools for Self-Study and Assessment
John Newman, Babson College USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Computer Aided Design of Die Cutting Operations
Wieslaw Grebski, Pennsylvania State University USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Computer Training in the Workplace
Yuan-lih Lin, DePaul University Chicago USA
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

Computerized Practice Testing in Undergraduate Teacher Education Courses: A Pre to Post Test Design
Dr. John A. Gretes, University of North Carolina USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Computerized Voice Recognition Systems & Their Application to the Mobility Impaired
Edward J. Forrest, Florida State Universtiy USA
C. Edward Wotring, Florida State Universtiy USA
James B. Murphy, Jr., Department of Communications USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Computers in Education in Developing Countries: Why and to Whom?
Neide Santos, Federal University - Rio de Janeiro Brazil
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Computing, Communicating and Virtual Ethics
Patricia A. Bergeron, Canton Public Schools USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Concept and Implementation of Educational Text Editor TEXTEDIT
Veljko A. Spasic', Center for Multidisciplinary Study Yugoslavia
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Conceptually Speaking: Using Telecommunications to Link Preservice Teachers with the University Setting
Melanie Greene, Ed.D., Appalachian State University USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Converging Technologies --- And Diverging Pedagogies?
Wayne Patterson, University of Charleston USA
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

Creating Communities of Practice: Professional Development of Teachers With Technology
Dr. Nicola Yelland, Queensland University of Technology Australia
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

CyberHigh - A Community of Learners in a Virtual School
Warren E. Hathaway, Ph.D., Hathaway Planning & Consulting Canada
Ralph C. Hathaway, Hathaway Planning & Consulting Canada
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Cyberspace Calculus Carnival
Sarah Inkpen, Seneca College Canada
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Databases and Unstructured Resources in the African Curriculum
Dr. Nancy Todd, Eastern Washington University USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Debunking the Myth of Interactivity: CD-ROMS and Music
Irene Girton, California State University USA
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Design and Use of a Computer-Based Student Portfolio System in an Executive MBA Program
Randolph Schwering, Rockhurst College USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Design Characteristics of Human Computer Interface for Multimedia Workstation
Ali Jafari, Ph.D., Indiana University Purdue USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Design in an Educational Robotics Environment for Teachers
Paulo Padilla Petry, Feevale Brazil
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Designing "Edutainment" Products: A Case Study of and International Multimedia Project
R. Michael Houghton, Florida State Universtiy USA
Edward J. Forrest, Florida State Universtiy USA
C. Edward Wotring, Florida State Universtiy USA
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Designing Educational Software: A Case Study
Stephen Richards, University of Teesside UK
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

Designing Multimedia That Promotes Effective Learning
Dr. Judy R. Lee, University of Central Florida USA
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

Designing World Wide Web Sites: An Instructional Design Perspective
Richard H. Knee Ed. S., Florida Atlantic University USA
Ralph Cafolla, Barry University USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Developing a Cost-Effective Telecommunications System to Disseminate Innovative Strategies Relating to Special Education Technology Applications
Phillip McLaughlin, University of Georgia USA
John Langone, University of Georgia USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Developing an Infrastructure of Support: The Collaborative Efforts of a Small University and School District to Implement Effective Use of Technology
Nora Nelson Hutto, University of Houston-Victoria USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

Developing and Educational Technology Model in Social Studies Instruction for Preservice Teachers
Dr. Daniel J. Shelley, Edinboro University of PA USA
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Developing Competence Based Standards for IT in Initial Science Teacher Education
Dr. L.M. Goodman, LMG Associates Ltd. UK
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Developing Faculty On-Line Expertise
Inez M. Giles, University of Maryland USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Developing the Global Classroom
Rich Hughen, Fort Hays State University USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Dewey Drill, LC Drill, and Cataloger: Three Programs for Computer Assisted Library Instruction
Dr. Jerald D. Cole, School of Education & Prof. Service USA
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Distance Education as a Government Policy Tool for Economic Development
Rory McGreal, TeleEducation NB Canada
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Distance Education In-Service for Educators: The Right Way and the Wrong Way
William N. Bender, Ph.D., University of Georgia USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Distance Learning for Staff Development
Carter Tiernan, Project Seed USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Distance Learning Through the World Wide Web and CD-ROM Technology
Mary Beth Janes, Indiana University USA
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Distance Technology - Which is Right for You
Jane Kellogg, Kellogg Consulting USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

District Networks: Change Catalyst
Charlie Jackson, Regional Education Service Ctr. USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Do As I Do: Teaching Teachers Technology Using WWW, Usenets, and E-Mail to Facilitate a Preservice Course
Leslee Francis-Pelton, Brigham Young University USA
Tim Pelton, Brigham Young University USA
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Do PHD Students Need any Teacher Training?
Charles R. Bauer, Illinois Institute of Technology USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Drawing a Mustache on the Mona Lisa or the PresentState of Interactive Media Development in Visual Arts Education
Rebecca Lynne Brooks, University of Texas USA
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

Dreams Versus Reality: Overcoming Barriers to Using Assistive Technology for Students with Special Needs
Margaret Kleinpeter, Iberia Parish Schools USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

E-mail-Iteracy: Combining Distance Learning with Electronic Mentoring
Dr. Valerie C. Bryan, Florida Atlantic University USA
Debra Hargrove, Florida Atlantic University USA
Joseph Waters, Florida Atlantic University USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

EAS (Educative Authoring System)
Ernesto A. Meier, Univ. Tecnologica NA Argentina
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

EC+: The Next Wave in Higher Education Computing
Roger Von Holzen, Northwest Missouri State University USA
Phillip Heeler, Northwest Missouri State University USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

EDA (Educative Discourse Analyzer)
Mario Chiarvetti, Univ. Technologica Nacional Argentina
Iliana Gueler, Universidad Technologica Nacional Argentina
Juan Sampietro, Universidad Technolgica Nacional Argentina
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

Educational Goals of Schools on the Internet: A Case Study in Brazil
Geraldo Xexeo, Federal University of Rio de Janeir Brazil
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Educational Reform and the Internet: The National School Network Testbed
Beverly Hunter, BBN Educational Technologies Dept. USA
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

Educational Tools for the 21st Century
William E. Bailey, Emory University USA
Sylvester B. Hopewell, Emory University USA
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

Educational Treasures on the World Wide Web
Gregory Giagnocavo, Classroom Connect USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

Effects on Academic Performance of Integrating Technology in Evolving Professional Development Schools
Jon J. Denton, Texas A&M University USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

Electronic Card Technology
Joseph R. Thomas, Jr., Louisiana Tech University USA
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Electronic Communication in Classrooms
Dr. Denise Staudt, Our Lady of the Lake University USA
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Electronic Tutorials for the Visual Language of Landscape Architecture History: Learning Within and Without the Classroom
Jack Sullivan, University of Maryland USA
Tamela Michaels, University of Maryland USA
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

Enhancing Instruction Through Virtual Reality
Marlyn Kemper Littman, Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Enhancing Teacher Training: A Simulation Program
Dr. Richard Pollard, Boise State University USA
Dr. Constance Pollard, Boise State University USA
Dr. Michael Tomlin , University of Idaho USA
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Enhancing Traditional College Courses with the Aid of Distant Learning Technology
Dr. Julienne Salzano, Pace University USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Envisioning an Integrated Library Multimedia Center: The Williamson Project
Daria McDonald, Mobile County Public School System USA
Margaret Blake, Mobile County Public School System USA
Mary Michael Campbell, South Alabama Research USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

ESCUELA: A Learning Meta-Environment Based on Hypertechnologies
Gisela E. T. de Clunie, Federal University of Rio de Janeir Brazil
Gilda H.B. Campos, Federal University of Rio de Janeir Brazil
Ana Regina C. da Rocha, COPPE-Sistemas, Federal University of Rio de Janeir Brazil
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

ESL Teacher Training: Technology as Catalyst for Child Advocacy
Peter Shea, University at Albany USA
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Teacher Technology Training
Dr. Constance Pollard, Boise State University USA
Dr. Carolyn Thorsen, Boise State University USA
Hollly Anderson, Boise State University USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Evaluating the Impact of IT in Educational Settings
Dr. L.M. Goodman, LMG Associates Ltd. UK
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Expedite a Study of the Information Science by VOD
Osamu Iemoto, Osaka University of Economics Japan
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Explore, Design and Build: Technology at the Elementary Level
Dr. Janet Flewelling, University of Windsor Canada
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Extending the Groupware Paradigm to the Classroom
Wayne Spies, Southern Connecticut State Univ. USA
Robert Workman, Southern Connecticut State Univ. USA
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Faculty Perceptions of Educational Technology Use at Two Year Colleges
John E. Cook, SUNY Utica/Rome USA
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

FIDIAS: An Intelligent System for Distance Diagnosis of Students' Solutions
Manolis Barbounis, University of Athens Greece
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Form Processing -- It's a Tool for Teachers Too
Greg Sepesi, Automatonics USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

From LAN to WAN to Satellite: A Large District's Investment in an Increasingly Technological Future
Susan K. Hurd, Orange County Public Schools USA
Jerry Weyland, Orange County Public Schools USA
Jim Black, Orange County Public Schools USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Fuzzy Connectionist Systems for Student Modeling
John Vrettaros, University of Athens Greece
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Fuzzy Logic for Deciding Quality Aspects in Educational Software Products
Gilda H. B. de Campos, COPPE - UFRJ Brazil
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Getting Rural Teachers On-line with SLIP
Don H. Kellogg. Center of Excellence USA
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Glitz or Content: An Evaluation of What Quality Means When Developing Multimedia Applications for Educational Use
James Gordon Gallagher, Napier Business School UK
David Peter Stevenson, Napier University UK
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

GlobaLearn: Expeditions, Exploration and Technology
Jessica Williams Barone, GlobaLearn Inc. USA
Melanie Crowley, GlobaLearn Inc. USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

How Am I Going To Do This?
Diane Sachs, Beachwood Board of Education USA
Michelle Keys, John Crroll University USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

How People Start To Learn When Nobody Teaches Them
Drs. Johan P. Bakker, Cetis/Hogeschool van Utrecht Netherlands
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

How to use Images When Transferring Scientific Informations via the CD-ROM? Examples of Crystallographic Pictures
Liliane Assairi, CNRS-IGM France
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Hypermedia: A Tool For Fostering Constructivist Learning and Authenic Assessment
Constance S. Golden, Marietta College USA
Dorothy Erb, Marietta College USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Hyperstories for Thinking
Jaime Sanchez, University of Chile Chile
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

HyperStudio and Teacher Education: An On Going Effort in Reading/Language Arts Methods
Susan Ridout, Indiana University Southeast USA
Carl deGraaf, Indiana University Southeast USA
Jane Riehl, Indiana University Southeast USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Improving Language and Self-Confidence by Using Information Technology (IT) at School
Ann-Charlotte Markman, Rosjoskolan Sweden
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

Information Technology Vs. (?) Educational Policy: Challenges and Opportunities Under Increasingly Limited Funding
Linda J. Cox, The University of West Florida USA
John Lew Cox, The University of West Florida USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Integrated Internet Services for Inservice Training
Jerry Kenney, Jerry Kenney & Associates USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Integrating Computer Technology Across the Curriculum Via Notebook Computers
Linda Null, Penn State Harrisburg USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Integrating Technology into Preservice and Inservice Teacher Education
Emily de la Cruz, Portland State University USA
David Bullock, Portland State University USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Integrating the Internet into the Science Classroom
John G. Miller, Capital High School USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Integrating the Wonders of CD-ROM in an Elementary Science Classroom
Blanche O'Bannon, Louisiana Tech University USA
Marty Kilgore, Louisiana Tech University USA
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Integrating the World Wide Web and Non-Web Information in Computer Conferences
W. R. Klemm, Texas A&M University USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Intelligent Agents in Education: Problems and Possibilities
Pentti Hietala, University of T, Greeceampere Finland
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

Intelligent Tutoring System Interface Supporting Metacognition
Gilles Gauthier, Universite de Montreal Canada
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

Interactive Education: The Hole in the Doughnut
Gerard Macdonald, UK
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Interactive Multimedia for Very Young Children: An Example
Margie Jones, University of Texas - Austin USA
Min Liu, University of Texas - Austin USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Interactive Multimedia Systems and Technophobia: A Case Study of Student Anxiety in Regard to Gender and Ability Levels
Eralp H. Altun, Exeter University-School of Ed. UK
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Interactive Telecommunications in Teacher Education
Morris Beers, SUNY Brockport USA
Michael Harter, SUNY Brockport USA
Dennis Pataniczek, SUNY Brockport USA
Colleen Elliott, SUNY Brockport USA
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Internet Telecollaborative Classroom Activities
Diane Econom, Reach for the Sky USA
Bill Lee, Reach for the Sky USA
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

Investigation of Learning by Visual Information
Ch. Metaxaki-Kossionides, Univ. of Athens, Dep. of Informatic Greece
Spyros Vazouras, Univ. of Athens, Dep. of Informatic Greece
Sophie Sehperides, Univ. of Athens, Dep. of Informatic Greece
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Leadership & Technology: What School Board Members Need to Know
Anne W. Ward, National School Boards Associations USA
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Learning to Communicate: Implications of the use of Communications Technologies in the Classroom
Phil Moore, BT CampusWorld UK
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Learning to Link: Computer Mediated Cooperative Work in Training Business Students
Rosane Pagano, Dept. of Business Info. Technology UK
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

LinkIt: A Modelling Tool Without Mathematics
Fabio Ferrentini Sampaio, Institute of Education England
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Literacy and Basic Skills for Adults and "At-Risk" Youth Via Interactive Distance Learning: A Model That Really Works!
Dewey Knight, The University of Mississippi USA
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

Logo for Windows as a Multimedia Authroing System in the Teachers Training
Paulo Padilla Petry, Feevale Brazil
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Low Cost CD-ROM Production Systems
Robert D. Robison, Austin Peay State University USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

Making the Computer Classroom Work
Tina Buck, Austin Community College USA
Cheryl Rae, Austin Community College USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Managing Technology Integration and School Districts Limitations
Howard Kimmel, New Jersey Institute of Technology USA
Fadi P. Deek, New Jersey Institute of Technology USA
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

Managing the Individualized Computer Based Curriculum
Claudia H. Cavallaro, Phillips Learning Center USA
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Marketing Mentor: A Computerized Learning and Review Program for a University-Level Principles of Marketing Course
Dr. T. Rick Whiteley, Calabash Educational Software Canada
Grace E. Jamieson, Calabash Educational Software Canada
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Material for IT-Based Open and Distance Learning
Harald Haugen, Stord/Haugesund College Norway
Bodil Ask, DGXXII-European Commission Belgium
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

Mathematical Modeling Using Spreadsheets in Science Courses: A Study
Simon Mochon, National Polytechnic Institute Mexico
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Mathematics, Biology, and Maple
James V. Herod, Georgia Institute of Technology USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Media and Teacher Continuing Education
Iolanda B. C. Cortelazzo, Universidade de Sao Paulo Brazil
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Media Equipment Use in Malaysian Secondary Schools
Yusup Bin Hashim, Ph.D., Universiti Sains Malaysia Malaysia
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

META: A Cognitive Tool for Learning Parametric Procedures
Spyros Vazouras, Univ. of Athens, Dep. of Informatic Greece
Ch. Metaxaki-Kossionides, Univ. of Athens, Dep. of Informatic Greece
Sophhie Sehperides, Univ. of Athens, Dep. of Informatic Greece
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Microgenetic Analysis of the Cognitive Processes in Multiple Contexts of Problem Solving
Rosana Giaretta Sguerra Miskulin, Nucleo de Informatica Aplicada a Brazil
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Models of Learning: From Theory to Practice
Stephen Richards, University of Teesside UK
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Multimedia CD Assessment Portfolios Developed by and for Students
George McBroom, Mainland High School USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

Multimedia CD Programs Developed by Teachers and Students for Classroom Presentations
George McBroom, Mainland High School USA
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Multimedia Using The Digital Chisel
Angie Rodewald, Pierian Spring Software USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Network Montana
David A. Thomas, Montana State University USA
Stephanie Stevenson, Holley-Navarre Int'l School USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

New Learning Environments for the 21st Century: Technology Standards for K-12 Education
Lajeane G. Thomas, Louisiana Tech University USA
Harriet G. Taylor, Louisiana State University USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

New Staff Development Incentives
Gene Bias, Orange County Public Schools US
Susan K. Hurd, Orange County Public Schools USA
Jerry Weyland, Orange County Public Schools USA
Jim Black, Orange County Public Schools USA
Chris Carey, Orange County Public Schools USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

New Trends for Technology-Based Science Education in the USA and Japan
Gerald Knezek, University of North Texas USA
David Moore, Mineral Wells Inc. School District USA Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

Object Management Method of Tutoring Material Database for the Earth's Environment
Hirofumi Kato, Software Research Laboratory Japan
Atsushi Sasaki, Software Research Laboratory Japan
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Object Oriented and Event Driven Conversations Between Application Developers and End-Users
Jean-Philippe Vervaeren, HESOP Belgium
Marie-Anne Van Hove, Catholic University of Louvain Belgium
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Online Networking: Using Technology and Networks in Education
Craig S. Tunks, TCS Consulting USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Overlooked Issues in Integrating Information Technology Into the Humanities Classroom: Reconciling Administrators and Instructors
Susan M. Lang, Southern Illinois University USA
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Oz Kidz on the Net
Dr. Nicola Yelland, Queensland University of Technology Australia
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

Performance Support and Artificial Intelligence in an Educational Setting
David Wayne Davis, Panhandle Area Ed. Consortium USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Planning and Implementing a Technology Plan in an Elementary School
David W. Murphy, Crescent Park School USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Policies for the Successful Adoption of Multimedia Within Training and Education
Dr. Dave Hobbs, Leeds Metropolitan University UK
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

Preparing for Change: Helping Teachers to Master and Guide Technology Innovation in Schools
Brent Robinson, University of Cambridge UK
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Preparing Your College -- Staff and Facilities -- For Distance Learning
Nancy Kosteleba, Luzerne County Community College USA
Brian K. Overman, Luzerne County Community College USA
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

Process Improvement Models for Education
Dr. Howard J. Bender, Education Process Improvment Ctr USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Producing an Interactive CD for Instruction
Joseph C. Roache, Florida A&M University USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Project Management Techniques used by Practitioners for Developing Interactive Multimedia Programs
Kathleen McDaniel, University of Texas - Austin USA
Min Liu, University of Texas - Austin USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Promoting International Special Education Development Through Distance Learning
Lisa Battaglino, Bridgewater State College USA
Bonnie L. Troupe, Bridgewater State College USA
Albert Gibbons, Wrentham Public Schools USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Prototyping Corporate Outreach: Launching a Practical Corporate Training Model in a NeoTechnological Environment
J. S. Boyce, UMUC-Undergrad. Programs USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Providing Instruction over the Internet: Current Status and Future Potential
William D. Milheim, Penn State Great Valley USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Quick Time Virtual Reality's Endless Educational Possibilities
Chris Carey, Orange County Public Schools USA
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Rapid Scripting: A New Approach to the Traditional Storyboard
Mary F. Bratton-Jeffery, Navy Education Training Program USA
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

Reconstructing the University: Organizing for Technological Change
Dr. Tony Bates, University of British Columbia Canada
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Redefining Instructional Technology: Transformation From Audio-Visual Aids to Information Technology
Punnipa Hossain, Lockhaven University USA
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

Requirements for Planning and Managing a Successful Technology Program
Philip J. Brody, St. Louis Public Schools UK
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Resourcing Issues: TLTP BYZANTIUM in the Learning Environment
Alyson Tonge, University of Teeside UK
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Restructuring Schools Into "Communities" Via Creative Use of Technology
Dr. Arthur Shapiro, University of South Florida USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Rethinking the Role of the Teacher in Physics and Mathematics Lectures at the First Degree in Science in the University
Marie-Anne Van Hove, Catholic University of Louvain Belgium
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Roles & Uses of the Channel One Delivery System in American High Schools
Eric Kevin Gormly, Walter Cronkite School USA
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

School Reform in the Information Age
Howard D. Mehlinger, Indiana University USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

SIMPANEL-Interactive Simulation Panel
Veljko A. Spasic', Center for Multidisciplinary Study Yugoslavia
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Social Aspects of Informatisation of Education
Konstantin Kolin, Russian Academy of Sciences Russia
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Socratic Pedagogy and the Integration of Technology
Carter Tiernan, Project Seed USA
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Software for the Brain: Seeds of the Learning Revolution
Dr. Mary E. Nolan, Chapman University USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Software Tools to Wire and Program Students' Wetware
Dr. Richard Tracey, SOI Systems USA
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Solving Story Problems with Multimedia: A Tool for Students with Learning Disabilities
Randall Boone, UNLV College of Education USA
Christy Falba, UNLV College of Education USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Speech Evaluation via Videoconferencing: A Model for Health and Education Intervention
James Heller, Duke University Medical Ctr. USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Statistical Quality Control for Training Evaluation
Arthur B. Jeffery, College of Business and Management USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Structured Design Methodology for Educational Multimedia
Ashok Banerji, Singapore Polytechnic Singapore
Susan Giller, Singapore Polytechnic Singapore
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

Student's Performance in the Classroom
Dr. Fatima H. Al-Ahmed, Ministry of Education Bahrain
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

Surf's Up! School's In! Using Internet Technologies in the Classroom
James B. Murphy, Jr., Florida State University USA
Dora Bralie, Florida State University USA
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

Tapping the TV Cable
Malcom Clarke, Brunel University UK
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Teacher Education: Strategies for Developing Hyperdocuments
Fernanda C.A. Campos, UFRJ Brazil
Gilda H. B. deCampos, UFRJ Brazil
Ana Regina C. da Rocha, UFRJ Brazil
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

Teachers' Attitudes and Their Relationship to the Factors Affecting the Use of Computers
Young-Hoon Kim, King's College London UK
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Teaching as a Constraint Satisfaction Problem. A Close Imitation of Teacher's Decision
Vassilis Kiprianos, University of Athens, Dept. of Informatics Greece
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

Teaching Computer Skills to the Disabled: Accommodation, Mainstreaming and Industry Support
Richard T. Firtko, Metropolitan State University USA
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

Teaching Function-Based Programming Socratically
Carter Tiernan, Project Seed USA
Wayne Patterson, University of Charleston USA
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Teaching Instructional Technology: Implementating a Constructivist Approach
Brenda Bannan, University of South Florida USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Teaching Standards (NBPTS): A Hypertext Overview
Dr. John A. Gretes, University of North Carolina USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Teaching the Teachers
B. J. Eib, Indiana University USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Teaching with Video
David Campbell, California University of PA USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Technological Development in the University: Find Funding or Forget It
Joseph C. Roache, Florida A&M University USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

Technology and Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom
Professor Gerald L. Giles, Salt Lake Community College USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Technology Changing the Pedagogical Culture
Jyrki Pulkkinen, University of Oulu Finland
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Technology Curriculums: An Analysis of What is State Mandated
Ward Brian Zimmerman, Ph.D., Appalachian State University USA
Sara Olin Zimmerman, Ph.D., Appalachian State University USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Technology in Action to Educate the Workforce
Lois Lund, San Jose/Evergreen Community College USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Technology in the Classroom
Craig S. Tunks, Notable Communications USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Technology Information Project: An Electronic Village for Learning
Richard William Dillon, USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Technology Support for the Enhancement of Science and Mathematics in the Special Education Population
Fadi P. Deek, New Jersey Institute of Technology USA
Howard Kimmel, New Jersey Institute of Technology USA
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

Technology, Curriculum Reform, and Professional Development: A Look at Recent Work in One "International" District
Alan H. Feldman, TERC USA
Cathy Miles Grant, TERC USA
Geoff Jones, T. Jefferson H. S. USA
Bernejean Porter, Education Technology Planners Inc. USA
Judith Davidson Wasser, TERC USA
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Tele-Learning: Deconstructing Courses
William Coble, Masters Interactive Communication USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Ten Easy Steps to Distance Learning,
Jane Kellogg, Kellogg Consulting USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

The Automatic Classroom
Per Brogaard, Accounting Directorate Denmark
Monday,4:15:00 PM

The Classroom Interaction System: Using Electronic Slates to Enhance Communication During the Learning Process
Leslee Francis-Pelton, Brigham Young University USA
Tim Pelton, Brigham Young University USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

The Design Futures Project: A Flexible Learning Resource for Visual Design Education
Peter John Wharton, Griffith University Australia
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

The Digital Campus
Angie Rodewald, Pierian Spring Software USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

The Distance Education: Challenges and Resources on the Brazilian Industries
Elzo Alves Aranha, Rua Nicolau de Souza Queiroz Brazil
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

The Effect of Response Obligations on Network Interactions
Amy B.M. Tsui, The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong
Monday,4:15:00 PM

The Efficacy of Research on Computer-Aided Instruction in Tertiary Institutions in Southern Africa
Dr. R W E van der Wal, Technikon Witwatersrand South Africa
Monday,9:40:00 AM

The Evaluation of a Computer-based Visual Key for the Identification of Palaeo-Ecological Fragments
Dr. Jean Underwood, Leicester University UK
Monday,1:45:00 PM

The Evolution of Computing in the Curriculum in Higher Education in the United States: 1965 - 1985
Donna M. Schaeffer, University of Redlands USA
Patrick C. Olson, University of Redlands USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

The Freyberg Integrated Studies Project in New Zealand: A Longitudinal of Secondary Students' Attitudes Toward Computers, Their Motivation and Performance
David H. McKinnon, School of Teacher Education Australia
Patrick Nolan, Massey University New Zealand
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

The Fully Automated Accelerated Learning Classroom: Brainwave Enhancement for Ultimate Learning
Brian M. Morrissey, Self Study Systems & Publishing Co. USA
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

The Idaho Science and Technology Project (ISTEP): An Innovative Model for Teaching Multimedia and Educational Technology
Elizabeth Mowrer-Popiel, Ed.D., University of Idaho USA
Michael Odell, PhD, University of Idaho USA
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

The Implementation and Evaluation of Campus Information Kiosk
Christopher Corum, Florida State Universtiy USA
C. Edward Wotring, Florida State Universtiy USA
Edward J. Forrest, Florida State Universtiy USA
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

The Importance of Cognitively Well Structured Navigational Systems for Online References
Robert C. Stone, DO, Education Research Laboratories USA
Frank J. Papa DO Ph.D., University of North Texas USA
David Aldrich, Education Research Laboratories USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

The Influence of Neuro-Cognitive Modeling and Philosophy on Issues of Cirrculum and Assessment in Medical Education
Robert C. Stone, DO, University of North Texas USA
Frank J. Papa DO Ph.D., University of North Texas USA
David Aldrich, Education Research Laboratories USA
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

The Influence of Technology on Relevant Educational Resources
Cynthia Denton, Western Montana College USA
Gwendolyn N. Weaver USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

The Information Turnpike?
Tim Wahls, Penn State Harrisburg USA
Linda Null, Penn State Harrisburg USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

The Internationalisation of Teaching and Learning Through the use of On-Line Technology Links: A British University's Experience
Nick Foster, Sheffield Business School UK
Monday,2:55:00 PM

The Internet: Tool for Transforming Teaching and Learning
Victoria Giordano, Barry University USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

The Japanese Learning System on PDA using Handwriting Input System
Mr. Makio Fukuda, Osaka International University Japan
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

The Knowledge Structure of a Hypertext Database and the Pedagogical Content: Knowledge Structure of ESL Teachers
Suzanne Nicholson, The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong
Amy B.M. Tsui, The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong
Monday,1:45:00 PM

The Look of the Sound
Nancie Wight, Concordia University Canada
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

The Multimedia Workshop: Methods for Teaching Multimedia Production
Arnie Abrams, South Oregon State College USA
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

The Need of Paradigm Shift in Design of Never Ending Learning Systems
Ulf Hedestig, Umea University Sweden
Monday,4:15:00 PM

The Need of Software and Hardware for the Implementation of Computer Education in Taiwan
Dr. Tony T. Lei. Information Integration, Inc. USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

The Only Thing We Have to Fear is Fear Itself: Communication Apprehension, Writing Apprehension, and Computer Anxiety
Christine Egan, Florida State University USA
Seth Kahn Florida State University USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

The Organization and Design of a Multimedia Course Based on Models Used in Industry
Keith Rutledge, Travis Multimedia USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

The Realities of Teaching the Distance Learner
Stefan Brandle, Illinois Institute of Technology USA
George Smith, Illinois Institute of Technology USA
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

The Role of Technology: Adjudicated Youth with Disabilities
Richard Pollard, University of Boise USA
Constance Pollard, University of Boise USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

The Study of the Relationship between Adult Learners Cognitive Style and Reading Strategies
Ming-Yueh Hwang, National Taiwan Normal University ROC
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

The Use of Computer Adaptive Testing in the Research and Implementation of the Virtual Classroom Via the World Wide Web
Frank J. Papa, DO, PhD, University of North Texas USA
Robert C. Stone, University of North Texas USA
David Aldrich, Education Research Laboratories USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

The Use of Computer Based Sequencers in Music Education
Christopher Anthony Taylor, University of Exeter UK
Chris Naughton, University of Exeter UK
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

The Use of Computer Based Talking Story Books to Help Children with Reading Difficulties
Christopher Anthony Taylor, University of Exeter England
Monday,9:40:00 AM

The use of Markup Techniques in Electronic Book Production
Philip Barker, University of Teesside UK
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

The Use of Mixed Metaphor Systems for the Delivery of Instructional Material
Philip Barker, University of Teesside UK
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Tools for Learning: Innovation in Practice
Ian Webster, BT CampusWorld UK
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

Towards a Model for Multimedia Performance Support
Spencer Hudson, University of Teeside UK
Philip Barker, University of Teeside UK
Wednesday,8:30:00 AM

Trends in Two-Way Interactive Video Distance Learning Networks
Alan D. Greenberg, VTEL Corporation USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Try It, You'll Like It: How Preservice Teachers Feel About Technology
Leslee Francis Pelton, Brigham Young University USA
Tim Pelton, Brigham Young University USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Undergraduate Enterprise Scheme for CAL Production
John Scriven, University of Portsmouth UK
Wednesday,1:45:00 PM

Undergraduated Students Use Internet to Discuss Education and Media
Iolando B.C. Cortelazzo, Universidade de Sao Paulo Brazil
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

Unexpected Learning in a Changing Communications Ecology
Dr. Frank Moretti, The Dalton School USA
Dr. Judy Sheridan, The Dalton School USA
Dr. Tom de Zengotita, The Dalton School USA
Wolfgang Heidmann, The Dalton School USA
William Waldman, The Dalton School USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Unrestricted Learning: "The Techademics Paradigm"
James W. McKinney, Jr., Oxford Hills Technical School USA
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

User Interfaces to Knowledge-Based Systems
John Vrettaros, University of Athens Greece
Tuesday,2:55:00 PM

Using a Computer to Present Resource Materials: Software Solutions
Martha C. Sammons, Wright State USA
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

Using Captioned Television to Benefit Learning Disabled Students in a Full Inclusion Setting
C. Eric Kirkland, National Captioning Institute USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Using Math Master 8, A Computerized Board-Game for Grade 8 Mathematics, To Facilitate Student Learning
Grace E. Jamieson, Calabash Educational Software Canada
Wednesday,11:00:00 AM

Using Multimedia Technology in the Classroom
Dr. Frank Moretti, The Dalton School USA
Dr. Judy Sheridan, The Dalton School USA
Dr. Tom de Zengotita, The Dalton School USA
Wolfgang Heidmann, The Dalton School USA
William Waldman, The Dalton School USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Using Multimedia to Deliver Career Information
Fran Breit, University of Wisconsin-Madison USA
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Using Multimedia to Simulate the Target Culture: The Closest Thing to Being There
Caludia S. Salcedo, Louisiana State University USA
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Using Newspaper and Multimedia Encyclopedia Databases in the Elementary Classroom
John Elliott, Nova Scotia Teachers College Canada
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

Using Realistic Models for Integrating Information Technology into Teaching Practices
Harriet G. Taylor, Louisiana State University USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Using Technology to Gain Real-Life Skills
Teresa Bromley, Altamonte Springs Elementary USA
Gloria Staats Altamonte Springs Elementary USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Using Technology to Teach Discourse Initiation Behaviors to Nonspeaking Students
Donald B. Egolf, University of Pittsburgh USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

Using Technology to Teach Optimal Group Problem Solving Skills
Donald B. Egolf, University of Pittsburgh USA
John W. Gareis, University of Pittsburgh USA
Ellen Cohn, University of Pittsburgh USA
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Using the Authoring System and the Internet to Increase the Interactivity and Efficiency of a Distance Learning Course
Thomas Brothen, University of Minnesota USA
Tuesday,1:45:00 PM

Using the Internet to Enhance the Teaching and Learning Process in Higher Education
Ben Wongsaroj, Florida Memorial College USA
Ralph Cafolla, Barry Univeristy USA
Monday,4:15:00 PM

Using the World-Wide Web in a K-12 Setting
Rachel Packman, The Dalton School USA
Robert Matsuoka, The Dalton School USA
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

Video-On-Demand on the Web
Ali Jafari, Ph.D., Indiana University Purdue USA
Tuesday,4:15:00 PM

Videoconference and Video On Demand -- The Shared Classroom Experience Between French and Swedish Students
Kerstin Wall, Uppsala University Sweden
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Virtual Classrooms: An Internet Safari for Educators
Gregory Giagnocavo, Classroom Connect USA
Tuesday,8:30:00 AM

Walking Through Walls: An Education Revolution
Maggie Hopffgarten, The Utah Education Network
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Ways of Distance Learning for the Higher Level Education by Using Multimedia
Ulysses Sakellaridis, Univ. of the Aegean Greece
Monday,1:45:00 PM

Web-Based Student Feedback Form (Net Pal Project) - A National School Network Testbed Project
Melanie Goldman, BBN Systems and Technologies USA
Daniel Klemmer, BBN USA Stacie L. Cassat, BBN USA
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Weeb on the Web
Carl Gross, DODDS - Europe USA
Tuesday,9:40:00 AM

What Do Children Learn From Interactive Books?
Prof. Geoffrey Underwood, Department of Psychology UK
Dr. Jean Underwood, University of Leicester UK
Wednesday,9:40:00 AM

What the Surveys Tell US About Computer Use and InformationTechnology in Higher Education
Dr. Bruce Bosworth, St. John's University USA
Monday,9:40:00 AM

Where is Technology, in the World or in the Mind?
David Frampton, Griffith University Australia
Monday,2:55:00 PM

Why We Should Collaborate
Bodil Ask, DGXXII-European Commision Belgium
Harald Haugen, Stord/Haugesund College Norway
Monday,4:15:00 PM

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