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Concurrent Sessions
 

Monday, May 24, 2004
 

8 - 8:45 am
*Sharing the Responsibility: Administration, Faculty and Students in Distance Learning
Radwan Ali, Kennesaw State University
Federal Reserve Room
 
*Marketing Your Program: Time, Money and Tips for Success
Steve Parker, Old Dominion University
Alexander Room

 
*Best Practices for Evaluating Online Courses
Thomas Tobin, DeVry University
Morgan Room
 
9 - 9:45 am
*Orientation: Giving Students What They Need
Kathryn Allen, Syracuse University
Federal Reserve Room
 
*Databasing: An Emerging Trend for Marketing Distance Education University Courses
Dwight Laws, Brigham Young University
Scott Howell, Brigham Young University

 
*Supporting Online Adjunct Faculty: Challenges and Opportunities
Maria Schnitzer, Florida Community College at Jacksonville
Morgan Room
 
 
10 - 10:45 am:
*Developing Online Courses and Programs: Individual and Collaborative Approaches
Jayne Smith, University of Georgia
Sherry Clark, University of Georgia
Marie Lasseter, Georgia Board of Regents
Federal Reserve Room
 
*Secrets to Increasing Distance Learning Course Quality and Access
Charleen Khane, Edmonds Community College
Kevin McKay, Edmonds Community College
Kevin Shanley, Edmonds Community College
Alexander Room
 
*Enhancing Leadership in Distance Education
Barbara McKenzie, State University of West Georgia
Morgan Room
 
 
11:00 - 11:45 am:
*Quality Standards for Online Courses
Kate Milburn, Central Piedmont Community College
Federal Reserve Room
 

*A Framework for Operational Decision-Making in Course Development and Delivery
Stella Porto, University of Maryland University College
John Aje, University of Maryland University College 
Alexander Room

 
*Supporting Those Who Support Your Faculty: Preparing Your Teaching Asssistants
Brian Gabriel, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Connie C. Grega, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Morgan Room
 
1:00 - 1:45 pm:
*A Marriage of Quality and Cost Effectiveness: Ten Steps to Building a Hybrid Program
Debi Moon, Georgia Perimeter College
Susan McKinnon, Georgia Perimeter College
Glenn Sierko, Georgia Perimeter College
Federal Reserve Room

 
*Sustaining the Gains of the Ph.D. in Education Program at the University of the Phillipines Open University
Luisa Mariano, University of the Phillipines Open University
Giselle Bombay, University of the Phillipines Open University
Alexander Room
 
*Meeting Students 24/7 Needs through Selective Outsourcing
Sallie Johnson, Troy State University
Morgan Room
 
2:00 - 2:45 pm:
*A Strategic Management Approach to Organizing and Marketing Distance Learning
Lilia R. Juele, Monroe College
Federal Reserve Room
 
*Cost-Effective Student Services in Online Distance Education Programs
Jia Frydenberg, University of California
Alexander Room
 
*Effective Online Instruction and Student Perpection of Their Learning
Judy Lee, University of Central Florida
Keith Buckley, Rollins College
Morgan Room


Tuesday, May 25, 2004

9:00 - 9:45 am:
*Seven Strategies for Enabling Faculty Success in Distance Education
Scott Howell, Brigham Young University
Federal Reserve Room

 
*Studies: The Dichotomy Between Online Student Success and Retention
Charleen Khane, Edmonds Community College
Kevin McKay, Edmonds Community College
Kevin Shanley, Edmonds Community College
Alexander Room
 
*An Effective Partnership for Cable Delivery of Broadcast Teleclasses
Fred Seitz, Technical College of the Lowcountry
Morgan Room
 
10:00 - 10:45 am:
*Anytime Services for the 21st Century Student"
Angie Parker, Yavapai College
Federal Reserve Room
 
*Using Data to Drive Change in Distance Education
Abbot Packard, State University of West Georgia
Alexander Room
 
*Four Families of Issues in Graduate-Level Asycnchronous Online Courses
Patricia Fairchild, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Jaclyn M. Gisburne, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Morgan Room
11 - 11:45 am:
*Don't Make Them Think: Exceeding Excellence in Online Course Administration
Kelly Shoemaker, Idaho State University
Bernadette Howlett, Idaho State University
Federal Reserve Room

 
*Georgia Public Broadasting's Digital Classroom: Providing High School Chemistry and Physics Courses to the K-12 School Systems in Georgia
C. Blaine Carpenter, PeachStar Education Services Division
Jeff White, PeachStar Education Services Division
Alexander Room
 
*Issues and Trends in Postsecondary Distance Education Accreditation
Lauryl Lefebvre, Walden University
Morgan Room 
 
1:00 - 1:45 am:
*Increasing Retention Rates Through Online Communities
Christine Javery, Southern New Hampshire University
Federal Reserve Room
 
*Reliability and Validity of Online Student Opinion Questionnaire
Hee-Young Kim, University of Houston
Alexander Room
 
*Developing Student-Friendly Technology for Learners' Effectivness
Juliet N. Grant, Monroe College
Delwar Chowdhury, Monroe College
Morgan Room
2:00 - 2:45 am:
*Getting Faculty to Teach Online: Reaching a Critical Mass
Kathryn Allen, Syracuse University
Peggy Brown, Syracuse University
Federal Reserve Room
 
*Building Academic Integrity into the Distance Learning Examination
Brian Gabriel, Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute
Kari A. Bennett, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Morgan Room
 
*Identifying Our Customers: What are We Doing for the Adult Learner?
Josh Gilliam, Bishop State Community College
Alexander Room
Wednesday, May 26, 2005

8:00 - 8:45 am
 

*Georgia VISTA
Brian Finnegan, Georgia Board of Regents
D. Rann Rudisill, Georgia Board of Regents
Federal Reserve Room
 
*Collective Curriculum Writing: A Technology Based Methodology
Patricia Fairchild, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Diane Vigna, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Alexander Room

 
*Case Study in Developing Online Student Services: Lessons Learned
Christine Javery, Southern New Hampshire University
duBignon Room

*Using a Course Management System (CMS) in a Traditional Course: The Student's Perspective
Radwan Ali, Kennesaw State University
Alexander Room
9:00 - 9:45 am:
 
*Politics, Technology and Health Professions Education - the CCSN Experience
Lawrence Ita, Community College of Southern Nevada
Alexander Room
 
*Management Strategies for Ensuring Better Online Teaching
Judy Lee, University of Central Florida
Kay Allen, University of Central Florida
Morgan Room

 
*The Importance of Using a Structured Content Development Model in eLearning
Doug Wallace, Agile.net, Inc.
duBignon Room

 
Impatica: Simple Internet Delivery of PowerPoint
Paul Noah, Impatica
Federal Reserve Room

 
10:00 - 10:45 am:
*The Yin and Yang of Inter-Institutional Collaboration to Enhance Student Learning
Susan Simkowski, Milwaukee Public Schools
John Grozik, University of Wisonsin-Milwaukee
Federal Reserve Room
 
*Proficiency Standards for Faculty Teaching Online
Charles Harris, Troy State University
Alexander Room

 
*Georgia Public Broadcasting's Webcasting: Delivering Training to Georgia Educators
Jeff White, GPB
Blaine Carpenter, GPB
Morgan Room

 
*Implementing SCORM: A Guide for Distance Learning Administratros
Richard Schilke, Logistic Services International
duBignon Room
 
 
11:00 -11:45 am:
*Beyond Institutionalized Learning Environment: Fostering Learning and Interaction Using Synchronous and Asynchronous Messaging System
Luisa Mariano, University of the Phillipines Open University
Nikki Philline de la Rosa, University of the Phillipines Open University
Federal Reserve Room
 
*Creating Communities in Cyberspace
Diane Locklin, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Mary Faye Englebert, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Alexander Room
 
*TEL Implementation at the University of Saskatchewan
Linda Dewhirst, University of Saskatchewan
Sheena Rowan, University of Saskatchewan
Kathleen Matheos, University of Saskatchewan 
Morgan Room

 
*Using the Internet to Support a Constructivist, Process-Based Pedagogy
Ruth Reynard, Trevecca Nazarene University
duBignon Room
*Extreme Training Makeover: Looking at Faculty Development in a Whole New Way
Janet Gubbins, University of West Georgia
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