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Online Networks In Institutions Of Higher Education: An Assessment Of Student Use, Norbaiduri Ruslan Dec 1998

Online Networks In Institutions Of Higher Education: An Assessment Of Student Use, Norbaiduri Ruslan

Masters Theses

Online networks in university campuses are expected to enhance the learning process, an argument founded on the theories of Cognitive Apprenticeship, Situated Cognition, and Social Constructivism. However, the extent to which students use these networks should be a significant predictor of such benefits.

This study investigated the patterns of use of online networks in universities with a survey administered to 299 students enrolled in a random sample of undergraduate classes at Western Michigan University during the summer semester of 1998.

The findings show extensive use of email and the World Wide Web for activities that arguably benefit their education. Other …


A Study Of The Relationships Between Knowledge And Attitudes Toward Computer Ethics Among Computer Users In The Tennessee Community College System, Qing .. Yuan Dec 1998

A Study Of The Relationships Between Knowledge And Attitudes Toward Computer Ethics Among Computer Users In The Tennessee Community College System, Qing .. Yuan

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to obtain information about the knowledge and attitudes of students, staff, faculty, and administrators in the community colleges in the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) system about the ethical issues relating to the current policies and laws regarding the use of computers and software; to compare the knowledge and attitude of these users and to investigate any relationships that may exist between users, knowledge and attitude toward computer ethics. A total of 700 students (280), staff (140), faculty (140), and administrators (140) from the 14 TBR community colleges were surveyed. The total responses was …


Technology Integration In Tennessee Twenty-First Century Classrooms, Lois J. Markee Dec 1998

Technology Integration In Tennessee Twenty-First Century Classrooms, Lois J. Markee

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

In the study, the population of educators in 21st Century Classrooms across the State of Tennessee was surveyed to determine teachers' satisfaction with 21st Century program implementation and associated changes in instructional practices. During fall 1998, six hundred of the 4,800 21st century classroom teachers were surveyed using the Technology Use Questionnaire. Three hundred two completed surveys were returned. Frequency rates and percentages were calculated for each of the 33 questions and the 8 demographic items. The questions were grouped into 7 subscales: Administration, Teacher Training, Implementation, Integration, Use on the Job, Use at Home and Instructional Change. Correlation analysis …


Information Media Newsletter Vol. 30 No. 1, St. Cloud State University Oct 1998

Information Media Newsletter Vol. 30 No. 1, St. Cloud State University

Information Media Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Information Media Newsletter Vol. 29 No. 3, St. Cloud State University Apr 1998

Information Media Newsletter Vol. 29 No. 3, St. Cloud State University

Information Media Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Information Media Newsletter Vol. 29 No. 2, St. Cloud State University Jan 1998

Information Media Newsletter Vol. 29 No. 2, St. Cloud State University

Information Media Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Personal Reflections On Psi In Engineering Mechanics, David Haws Jan 1998

Personal Reflections On Psi In Engineering Mechanics, David Haws

Civil Engineering Faculty Publications and Presentations

There seems to be little argument that our students need to be encouraged toward educational selfdirectedness. Yet self-direction must be based on past learning success and present learning readiness. There is at least a potential conflict here: students needs to assume responsibility for their own education, directing it to topics of their own choosing, but their learning must also at least occasionally be directed along a hierarchical path of sequentially dependent learning objectives (which path may not be so obvious to the uninitiated). The Personalized System of Instruction (PSI) seems to enable both of these not-always-compatible goals. PSI allows the …


Incorporating Internet Technology As As Educational And Learning Tool, Charles Bernard Helsper Jan 1998

Incorporating Internet Technology As As Educational And Learning Tool, Charles Bernard Helsper

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Using Educational Databases In The Form Of Electronic Portfolios: A Method In Coaching Athletics, Annette Richelle Papin Jan 1998

Using Educational Databases In The Form Of Electronic Portfolios: A Method In Coaching Athletics, Annette Richelle Papin

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Using A Computer Negotiations Simulation To Improve The Writing Of English Language Learners In A Specially Designed Academic Instruction In English World History Class, Craig Steven Wilson Jan 1998

Using A Computer Negotiations Simulation To Improve The Writing Of English Language Learners In A Specially Designed Academic Instruction In English World History Class, Craig Steven Wilson

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Educational Use Of Video Tape And Cable To Communicate Information, Donna Lynne Maury, Mary Ann Burke Jan 1998

Educational Use Of Video Tape And Cable To Communicate Information, Donna Lynne Maury, Mary Ann Burke

Theses Digitization Project

As educators, communicating timely, important information to parents and to the community is a challenge. By using video technology, the ability to convey such information is not only possible but rather simple. Taking it one step further, utilizing cable television allows for the transmission of a variety of information to every living room in our community.


There Back Again In Coachella Valley: A Multimedia Presentation On Historical Sites In The Coachella Valley, Lani Sue Ray Jan 1998

There Back Again In Coachella Valley: A Multimedia Presentation On Historical Sites In The Coachella Valley, Lani Sue Ray

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Colonial Russia In California History: A Multimedia Tutorial, William Elmer Martisius Jan 1998

Colonial Russia In California History: A Multimedia Tutorial, William Elmer Martisius

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


A Phenomenological Analysis Of An Instructional Systems Design Creative Project, Daniel M. Benson Jan 1998

A Phenomenological Analysis Of An Instructional Systems Design Creative Project, Daniel M. Benson

Graduate Research Papers

This research paper is a phenomenological analysis of a creative project involving University of Northern Iowa undergraduate art students in the planning and creation of visual illustrations, graphic design concepts, .html documents, and imagery for a world wide web intranet/lnternet virtual space.

This analysis looks at instructional design as a creative process and the phenomenology of the UNI Art/Cat (Art Resources Technology/Computer Assisted Training) computer laboratory. The mission, goals, and objectives of the creative project, experiential and experimental philosophies of education, and the phenomenologies of the instructional design process are the main considerations. The methodology of this thesis is primarily …


An Hiv/Aids Facts Video And Supplemental Quiz, Jeanette Earline Gambriel Bergen Jan 1998

An Hiv/Aids Facts Video And Supplemental Quiz, Jeanette Earline Gambriel Bergen

All Graduate Projects

The purpose of this project was to develop a model Human Immunodeficiency Virus/ Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/ AIDS) prevention instructional video for secondary level students in Highline School District #401, Seattle, Washington. To accomplish this purpose, current research and literature concerned with the education, transmission, and prevention of HIV, current statistics, and latest technologies were reviewed. Additionally, related information from selected sources was reviewed and Analyzed. A hand search of various other sources was also conducted.


John Deere Foundry, Waterloo, Melt Operations Department : Induction Furnace Safety Operational Procedures, Edwina J. Boston Jan 1998

John Deere Foundry, Waterloo, Melt Operations Department : Induction Furnace Safety Operational Procedures, Edwina J. Boston

Graduate Research Papers

The use of multimedia technologies as training tools. allows businesses to reduce training time, decrease costs, increase accessibility, provide active learning experiences, and increase safety. The Induction Furnace Operational Procedures Unit is a set of eight (8) instructional modules developed for the John Deere Waterloo Works Foundry, Melt Operations Department. These modules were developed for use in the training of employees on the safety and operational procedures for using an induction furnace.

The unit was developed in the format of eight (8) Web-based modules located on the John Deere Waterloo Works intranet, Melt Operations site. Each module is designed as …


Goddess Spirituality And Academic Know Ledge-Making, Hildy Miller Jan 1998

Goddess Spirituality And Academic Know Ledge-Making, Hildy Miller

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Goddess-centered spirituality, an alternative way of making meaning, complements rationalism, the traditional notion of academic knowledge making.


Front Matter Jan 1998

Front Matter

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Editor's Message

We live in a culture dominated by boundaries of all sorts. Personal space is precious to us, and we become uneasy when others do not honor those invisible borders, ignoring, perhaps, the ways in which those borders shift with age, class, gender, and ethnicity. We have office doors, house doors, and bedroom doors that we close and lock. Many of us demarcate a sharp separation between private life and public work, arguing, as does Michael Bèrubé that the life lived has nothing to do with the work written. And so we exist, being careful not to overstep our …


Attitudes Toward Writing, Laurence E. Musgrove Jan 1998

Attitudes Toward Writing, Laurence E. Musgrove

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

This essay describes one teacher's approach to helping students understand the role attitude plays in contributing to or interfering with success in the writing class.


When A Student Ends A Wounded Silence, Dave Waddell Jan 1998

When A Student Ends A Wounded Silence, Dave Waddell

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Students who disclose psychological trauma may derive therapeutic benefits, and writing teachers should carefully consider their roles.


Body Oddities: Hypothetical (Com)Positions From The Physically Extreme, Mark Mcbeth Jan 1998

Body Oddities: Hypothetical (Com)Positions From The Physically Extreme, Mark Mcbeth

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Relying on the anomalous physicalities of the bearded woman, the hermaphrodite, and conjoined twins, this essay explores the links between the body and its constituent performances of composing.


Reviews, Katie Kane, Sheryl Mylan, Jerome Bump Jan 1998

Reviews, Katie Kane, Sheryl Mylan, Jerome Bump

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Reviews

Katie Kane. Women Writing Culture. (Gary A. Olson and Elizabeth Hirsh, Eds., 1995). Women/ Writing/ Teaching. (Jan Zlotnik Schmidt, Ed., 1998).

Sheryl Mylan. ARTiculating: Teaching Writing in a Visual World. (Pamela B. Childers, Eric Hobson, and Joan A. Mullin, 1998).

Jerome Bump. Emotional Intelligence. (Daniel Goleman, 1995).


Reflection And An Appetite For Experience: Theory To Classroom Practice, Judith Halden-Sullivan Jan 1998

Reflection And An Appetite For Experience: Theory To Classroom Practice, Judith Halden-Sullivan

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Reflection promotes an openness to thinking and an appetite for experience that must ground everyday classroom practice.


Plato, Gorgias, And Trickster: Seeking Rhetoric's Muse, Keith Rhodes Jan 1998

Plato, Gorgias, And Trickster: Seeking Rhetoric's Muse, Keith Rhodes

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

From an historical perspective, rhetoric is the premier Tricksterish art. Seeing this permits us to re-evaluate Plato's role in the history of rhetoric and re-think current practices.


Back Matter Jan 1998

Back Matter

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

No abstract provided.


Jaepl, Vol. 4, Winter 1998-1999 Jan 1998

Jaepl, Vol. 4, Winter 1998-1999

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Essays

Laurence E. Musgrove. Attitudes Toward Writing. This essay describes one teacher's approach to helping students understand the role attitude plays in contributing to or interfering with success in the writing class.

Mark McBeth. Body Oddities: Hypothetical (Com)positions from the Physically Extreme. Relying on the anomalous physicalities of the bearded woman, the hermaphrodite, and conjoined twins, this essay explores the links between the body and its constituent performances of composing.

Hildy Miller. Goddess Spirituality and Academic Knowledge-Making. Goddess-centered spirituality, an alternative way of making meaning, complements rationalism, the traditional notion of academic knowledge making.

Keith Rhodes. Plato, …


Promotion Of Student Learning By Small, Rural School Districts As They Design And Integrate Technology Plans, Randall A. Bohman Jan 1998

Promotion Of Student Learning By Small, Rural School Districts As They Design And Integrate Technology Plans, Randall A. Bohman

Graduate Research Papers

How will small, rural school districts promote student learning by the design and integration of technology plans? In addition, other elements that affect the successful implementation of technology include time, money, and attitude. Realistic goals should be established based on these elements. Research included in this paper focuses on concepts and applications that could be implemented in a school with limited financial resources.

If technology is to have an impact on student learning, it must be used in ways that reflect a new understanding of learning. Technology not only may assist traditional instruction, but it may also aid in the …


Developing Performance Support Systems For Complex Tasks: Lessons From A Lesson Planning System, Martyn Wild Jan 1998

Developing Performance Support Systems For Complex Tasks: Lessons From A Lesson Planning System, Martyn Wild

Theses: Doctorates and Masters

There lacks coherent and persuasive rationales for the further development of computer-based, interactive educational materials, for tertiary settings. Indeed, educational software arising out of what might be coined the “multimedia era”, namely the mid and later 19902, has been marked by lacklustre products with an emphasis in development and evaluation placed largely on technological issues (such as the use of video, sound and animations). As such, the rapid increase in commercially available (usually CD based) products has generally met a cool adoption from academics and educationalists, with both these groups often bemoaning the paucity or non-existence of effective instructional design …