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CASLL-L February 1997

Subject:

MOO Conference: Trends & Issues in Online Instruction (fwd)

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Margaret Procter <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 27 Feb 1997 22:15:17 -0500

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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!

Margaret Procter
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
> participation.
>
>
>                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,
>    VA).
> "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-
>    Dearborn.
> "Creating an Online Learning Environment That Fosters Information
>    Literacy, Autonomous Learning and Leadership" by Leon James, PhD, U of
>    Hawaii-Manoa.
> "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,
>    HI).
> "Actualizing the Environment: A Study of Freshman Writers' Environmental
>    Interactivity on the MOO" by Joel A. English, MA, Ball State U (Muncie,
>    IN).
> "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,
>    CA).
> "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
>    (Bloomington).
> "Designing an Intranet for Staff Development and Communication" by Lauri
>    Elliott, MA, and Nelson Martinez, BS, Siena Heights College (Ann Arbor,
>    MI).
>
> * 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
>    Mexico.
> "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).
>
>
> - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - snip - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
> [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:
>               City:
>     State/Province:
>           Zip Code:
>            Country:
>  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?
> -------------------------------------
> Bill St. Arnaud           CANARIE Inc
> Director Network Projects 470-410 Laurier Ave W
> Tel: +1 613 660-3497      Ottawa
>      199.212.24.5         Canada
> FAX: +1 613 660-3806      K1P 6H5
> [log in to unmask]
> http://www.canarie.ca/bstarn
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