Inkshedders -- Note the name Marcy Baumann cropping up partway down
this list. See also the substantial section specifically on teaching
writing online. No travel costs for this conference!
University of Toronto
> Date: Tue, 25 Feb 1997 07:18:32 -1000
> From: Jim Shimabukuro <[log in to unmask]>
> To: Teaching in the CCs List <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Conference: Trends & Issues in Online Instruction
> * * * * * * PROGRAM AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION * * * * * *
> TRENDS AND ISSUES IN ONLINE INSTRUCTION
> Second Annual Teaching in
> the Community Colleges Online Conference
> April 1-3, 1997
> The entire conference will be conducted online. As a participant, you will
> "attend" presentations (please see the list below) via the WWW, and you
> will interact with presenters via email and live chat (MOO). You will also
> have an opportunity to discuss presentations on the special conference
> email list, participate in informal (asynchronous and synchronous) forums
> on special topics, take multimedia WWW tours of Hawaii, and mingle with
> other participants in the virtual Coconut Cafe (MOO).
> To register for the conference, please complete and email the form
> attached to the end of this announcement. There is no fee for
> LIST OF SPEAKERS AND PRESENTERS
> KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
> CRAWFORD KILIAN has been active in online education since the late 1980s,
> and has published articles about the subject (and other Internet topics)
> in such periodicals as Technos ("On-Line Education: The Forums of
> Anarchy," "The Passive-Aggressive Paradox of On-Line Discourse"), Educom
> Review ("2005: A Virtual Classroom Odyssey"), Internet World ("Why
> Teachers Fear the Internet"), Infobahn, .net, and Educational Leadership.
> Crawford is chair of the Media Technology Division at Capilano College in
> North Vancouver, BC, Canada, where he has taught since 1968. He has
> designed and taught numerous courses in writing and literature, including
> Writing for the Web. He is a frequent keynote speaker at education
> conferences across B.C., Alberta, and a regular contributor on education
> topics in B.C. newspapers. He is the author of numerous books, e.g., 2020
> Visions: The Futures of Canadian Education; including novels: The Empire
> of Time; Icequake; Eyas; Tsunami; Brother Jonathan; Lifter; The Fall of
> the Republic; Rogue Emperor; Gryphon, Greenmagic, Redmagic.
> JAY WOOTTEN is active in English Composition and Two-Year College
> organizations; she's chair of the Two Year College English Association-
> Midwest and reviews articles for three journals. She holds the PhD in
> English from Case Western Reserve University. Besides being the instructor
> for two English I sections, one English II, and one University Orientation
> section at Kent State University-Salem, Wootten is the Saturday
> administrator this term. Her educational focus is teaching composition;
> her plan was to wind up somewhere like Salem Campus, teaching adults how
> to write papers and how to enjoy literature.
> PRESENTATIONS AND PRESENTERS
> * CONDUCTING ONLINE REASEARCH *
> "Issues in Teaching Research and Citation Skills in an Electronic
> Environment" by Caroline Nobile Gryta, PhD, and Jack Widner, MLS,
> Edinboro U of Pennsylvania.
> "The Electronic Library and the Online Classroom: A Technical, Legal,
> Ethical, and Moral Perspective" by Ritchie R. Latimore, MBA, Kent State
> U-Geauga (Burton, OH).
> "Harvesting Information from the Internet Using Search Engines" by
> Richard Einer Peterson, PhD, U of Hawaii-Manoa.
> * INTERNET ACROSS THE DISCIPLIES *
> "Teaching the Class that Can't Be Taught on the Internet: Shifting
> Paradigms in Education" by Susan Kincaid, MEd, Western Washington U
> (Bellingham, WA).
> "Creating a Powerful Online Course through the Use of Multiple
> Instructional Strategies" by Tina Joy Pitt, EdD, Real Education, Inc./U
> of Colorado-Denver; and Anne Clark, MA, U of Colorado-Denver.
> "Use of a Web Site to Facilitate the Learning Process: A College
> Professor's Experience" by Denis Gravelle, BA, Fanshawe College
> (London, Ontario).
> "A Web-based Core Math Course: Reinventing the Curriculum"
> Kristina Pfaff-Harris, MA, U of Nevada (Reno, NV).
> "Crossing Borders: International Intercultural Communication through the
> Internet" by Armeda C. Reitzel, PhD, Humboldt State U (Arcata, CA).
> "Asynchronous Online Teaching of a Course in Social and Emotional
> Development: Successes and Lessons Learned" by Cosby Steele Rogers,
> PhD, Virginia Polytechnic Inst. and State U (Blacksburg, VA); and Peter
> Laws, Virginia Tech (Blacksburg, VA).
> "Integration of Computer Mediated Conferencing into Classroom Pedagogy"
> by Thomas G. Thompson, MS, U of Maryland University College (College
> Park, MD).
> "Online Strategies for the Primarily Traditional Classroom in Physical
> Education" by Ron Morgan, MA, Tarrant County Junior College-Northwest
> (Fort Worth, TX).
> * PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS *
> "Worried in Cyberspace: Asynchronous Anxiety or 'I Wonder If My Teacher
> Got My Email Assignment?'" by Mary Lou Crouch, George Mason U (Fairfax,
> "Debating Access: Electric Pronography, Academic Freedom, and the
> Distributed Classroom" by Kurt Neumann, William Rainey Harper College
> (Palatine, IL).
> "Privacy, Security, and Instruction on the Internet" by Jack Loughary,
> PhD, Walden U (Eugene, OR); James A. Pearson, JD, attorney in private
> practice (Eugene, OR); and Theresa M. Ripley, PhD, Walden U.
> "Equity Issues in Online Instruction" by Mike Menchaca, MA, California
> State U-Sacramento.
> * LEARNING COMMUNITY *
> "Online Learning Communities" by Marcy Bauman, U of Michigan-
> "Creating an Online Learning Environment That Fosters Information
> Literacy, Autonomous Learning and Leadership" by Leon James, PhD, U of
> "Constructing Communities via the Web" by Alan I. Rea, Jr., ABD, Bowling
> Green State U (Bowling Green, OH).
> "GrassRoots: A Community for Learning and Living" by Bob Zenhausern, PhD
> (with Sheila Rosenberg, Dawn Martin, Ann Parsons, David Bates, John
> Leone, Julie Schuermann), St. John's U (Jamaica, NY).
> * EMPOWERING LEARNERS *
> "Goodbye to the Student as Spectator" by Don Bass, EdD, College of the
> Mainland (Texas City, TX).
> "Power at Play in the Computer Classroom" by Beth Ervin, MA, San Francisco
> State U; and Patty Baldwin, MA, City College of San Francisco.
> "De-Centering the Classroom through Online Technologies: The Creation of
> Cybercity, a Case Study" by Pat Tyrer, MA, Texas Tech U (Lubbock, TX).
> * COLLABORATIVE LEARNING *
> "Collaboration = Community (in Online Courses)" by A. Nadine Burke, MAT,
> Delta College (University Center, MI).
> "Using Collaborative Software when Students Could Collaborate Without It"
> by W.R. (Bill) Klemm, DVM, PhD, Texas A&M U (College Station, TX).
> "Collaborative Learning in Online Classes: A Case in Point" by Daniel
> Larocque, EdM, MA, Interaction Network Inc.; Nathalie Faucon, MEd, NCF
> Consulting Inc. (Toronto, Ontario).
> * EVALUATING ONLINE INSTRUCTION *
> "Assessing the Effectiveness of a Developed Computer-based Classroom" by
> Daniel D. McLean, PhD, Russell E. Brayley, PhD, and Gail Rathbun, MA,
> Indiana U (Bloomington).
> "Quantitative Analysis of Email in Required and Elective Assignments" by
> Paul Clark, MS, Albuquerque TVI CC (Albuquerque, NM).
> "Matching Expectations of Internet Education with Reality: Instructors,
> Students, Administrators, and Politicians" by Gerald "Jerry" E. Nelson,
> PhD, Casper College (Casper, WY).
> * LANGUAGE TEACHING/ESL *
> "Evaluating Evaluation: Online Instruction of EFL/ESL" by Kojiro Asao, MA,
> Tokai U (Kanagawa-ken, Japan).
> "Getting to the Starting (on-) Line: The Development of On-line Facilities
> for Post-graduate TESOL Students at Deakin University, Australia" by
> Martyn Brogan, MA, Deakin U (Victoria, Australia).
> "Use of the Web for Independent Reading in ESL" by Janet Willett, MA,
> City College of San Francisco.
> * SYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATION *
> "Prompts for Synchronous Communication: Writing Prompts that Promote
> Discussion" by Janice Cook, MA, U of Hawaii-Kapiolani CC (Honolulu,
> "Actualizing the Environment: A Study of Freshman Writers' Environmental
> Interactivity on the MOO" by Joel A. English, MA, Ball State U (Muncie,
> "From Dungeons and Dragons to Degrees: The Application of Graphical
> Animated MOOs in Distance Learning" by William J. Gibbons, ABD,
> Syracuse U (Syracuse, NY).
> "Seven Pedagogical Principles for Effective Educational MOOing" by Andrew
> Harnack, PhD, Eastern Kentucky U (Richmond, KY), and Cindy Tallis,
> Diversity U (Tucson, AZ).
> "Milking the MOO Cow: Combining Interim Technologies for Learning in
> Cyberspace" by Rob Higgins, PhD, Gymnasia Virtuales (Barrie, Ontario).
> "Toward a Notion of Audience in MOO Programming: Negotiating
> Programmer-Player Transactions" by James A. Inman, MA, Valdosta State U
> (Valdosta, Georgia).
> * INTERNET AND WRITING *
> "The Emerging Paradigm: Complexity Theory, Pedagogy, and the Networked
> Classroom" by Amanda Inskip Corcoran, MA, America River College
> (Sacramento, CA).
> "Creating, Managing, and Teaching an Online University-Level Business
> Writing Course" by Robert Fulkerth, EdD, Golden Gate U (San Francisco,
> "Growing a Culture: Using Computer-mediated Communication in the Academy"
> by Mark Haas, DA, Dakota State U (Madison, SD).
> "The Effectiveness of Computer Classrooms: The Results of an Online
> Discussion" by Susan Halter, Delgado CC (New Orleans, LA).
> "Tutors and Technology: Close Encounters of the Tutorial Kind" by Diane
> Howard and Donna N. Sewell, Valdosta State U (Valdosta, GA).
> "Writing in a Virtual Community" by Judith Killion, BA, Western Wyoming
> College (Rock Springs, WY).
> "Online Invention: Using Chat and Web Browsers to Jump Start Student
> Writing" by Richard Allen Miller, MA, Bowling Green State U (Bowling
> Green, OH).
> "CAI: Creating Authentic Literacy Tasks in a Social Context" by Ingrid
> Schreck, MA, San Francisco State U.
> "Zen and the Art of Online Teaching: Reflections of a technologically
> Challenged Writing Instructor" by Ilene Rubenstein, MA, California
> State U-Northridge.
> "The Transition from BBS to Web Site: Perks and Problems" by George J.
> Wilkerson, PhD, Austin CC-Northridge (Austin, TX).
> "Learning to Write via the Web: A First and Ongoing Experiment" by John
> Wong, MA, MEd, City U of Hong Kong (Kowloon, Hong Kong).
> * FACILITATING ONLINE INSTRUCTION *
> "Making the Paradigm Shift: Incorporating Online Instructional Technology
> in Adult and Higher Education from Educator and Student Perspectives"
> by Paula A. Brook, EdD; Evelyn Haycraft, EdM; Carolynn Oleniuk,
> Ed-Diploma; U of Alberta (Alberta, Canada).
> "Using Funding to Develop Distance Training for Employees in Small
> Companies (SMEs) -- A European Dimension" by Roy Jones, PhD, St. Helens
> College (St. Helens, Merseyside, England).
> "Why Train Teachers to Teach Online?" by Lois S. Levine-Elman, MS,
> Potentialities (Swarthmore, PA).
> "Ways of Learning on the World Wide Web" by Robert Parson, MEd, U of
> Toronto (Toronto, Ontario).
> "Opening the Door with E-Mail: From No Tech to Low Tech" by Carla R.
> Payne, PhD, Norwich U (Montpelier, VT).
> * ONLINE RHETORIC *
> "Rhetorical Sensitivity: A Key Concept for Creating Successful Online
> Instruction" by Bruce Brumley, MA; Daniel D. Gross, PhD; and Barbara
> Walkosz, PhD, Montana State U-Billings.
> "Implementing Nonverbal Cues in CMC Environments: A Workshop" by
> Bernd Wiest, Didaktik der Arbeitslehre (Germany).
> * PLANNING FOR ONLINE INSTRUCTION *
> "Cyber-Hype: A Critique of Online Instruction" by Shayne Cook, MS; Daniel
> D. Gross, PhD; and Barbara Walkosz, PhD, Montana State U-Billings.
> "Constructing an Online Syllabus" by Joyce P. Johnston, MA, George Mason U
> (Fairfax, VA).
> "Companion Web Sites: Their Shape and Potential" by Dawn Rodrigues, PhD,
> U of Texas-Brownsville/Texas Southmost College.
> "Weaving F2F Student Contact into the Online Class Presentation Format"
> by Jan-Michelle Sawyer, MA, U of Hawaii-Manoa.
> "Bookworms and Cyberheads: Does Online Instruction Reach All Students?" by
> Russell E. Brayley, PhD, and Daniel McLean, PhD, Indiana U
> "Designing an Intranet for Staff Development and Communication" by Lauri
> Elliott, MA, and Nelson Martinez, BS, Siena Heights College (Ann Arbor,
> * INTERNET AND DISTANCE EDUCATION *
> "A Distance Education Program for Small Farming Communities" by Bill
> Powers, PhD, Los Alamos National Laboratory (Los Alamos, NM)/U of New
> "Partnerships in the Delivery of Post-Secondary Programming to Isolated
> First Nation (Aboriginal) Learners via a BBS System" by Margaret
> Fiddler, EdD candidate, U of Toronto (Ontario, Canada).
> "On-line Teaching and the University of the South Pacific -- The Barriers"
> by Richard Wah, MS, U of Queensland (Queensland, Australia).
> "The Global Life-Long Learner in Kazakstan" by David C. Harrison, BA,
> Distance Learning Consultant (Edgewater, Maryland).
> * MULTIMEDIA *
> "So You Really Want to Get Yourself and Students Engaged in Creating
> Content for a Multimedia Distance Learning Environment?" by Palmer W.
> Agnew, SUNY-Binghamton/New School of Social Research; Anne S.
> Kellerman, PhD, SUNY-Binghamton; Bernardo N. Torres, SUNY-Albany.
> "Using RealAudio to Add Value to Web-Based Instruction" by Thomas I. M.
> Ho, PhD, Indiana U Purdue U Indianapolis.
> "Online Multimedia Presentations Add Authenticity to Student Projects" by
> Thomas J. C. Smyth, PhD, U of South Carolina-Aiken.
> "Development of an Electronic Chalkboard System through Parallel
> Programming" by Dr. Takashi Yamanoue, Kyushu Institute of Technology
> (Fukuoka, Japan); Dr. Hiroyuki Anzai, Mr. Takayuki Hirahara, Kyushu
> Kyoritsu U (Fukuoka, Japan).
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> [PLEASE DELETE THE INFORMATION ABOVE WHEN YOU SEND IN YOUR APPLICATION]
> Please complete and email (to [log in to unmask]) -- using the subject
> header "TCC-L Online Conference Registration Form" -- the following
> registration form:
> 1. Name:
> 2. Academic Title (e.g., PhD, MBA):
> 3. Email Address:
> 4. Web Page URL (if available):
> 6. Academic Department (e.g., Psychology, History):
> 7. Position in College/Organization (e.g., Associate Professor,
> Dean of Instruction):
> Street Address:
> Zip Code:
> 9. Will you be able to participate in
> A. The reading of conference presentations (Mar 25-Apr 3) via
> - A web browser such as Netscape? Yes__ No__
> - Lynx or Gopher? Yes__ No__
> B. Email discussions (April 1-3) on the conference forum?
> Yes__ No__
> [NOTE: IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE EMAIL FORUM,
> YOU NEED NOT OFFICIALLY REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE. YOU'LL
> STILL BE ABLE TO ACCESS THE CONFERENCE WEB SITE. THE URL WILL
> BE ANNOUNCED IN MID-MARCH.]
> C. MOO (live chat) sessions? Yes__ No__ Not Sure__
> [NOTE: THE MOO COORDINATORS WILL PROVIDE PRECONFERENCE
> WORKSHOPS ON HOW TO MOO. THE WORKSHOPS WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON.]
> 10. Questions or Comments?
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