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Monday, June 6, 2005
 

8 - 8:45 am
A Framework for the Entrepreneurial Learner of the 21st Century
Connie Reimers-Hild, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
James W. King, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
John E. Foster, University of Nebraska-Lincon
Federal Reserve Room
 
Political and Legal Issues Surrounding 100 Percent Online Teaching Loads for Full-Time Tenured Faculty
Lawrence Ita, Community College of Southern Nevada
Alexander Room

Delivering Student Services Online:
Via Your Own Online Course Tool
Kathryn Allen, Syracuse University
Peggy Brown, Syracuse University
Morgan Room

What are the Evaluation Practices of Distance Administrators?
Barbara McKenzie, University of West Georgia
Betul Ozkan, University of West Georgia
duBignon Room

 
9 - 9:45 am
 
A Learning Object is Born!
Sandy Mills-Alford, AliveTek
Federal Reserve

A Needs Assessment Strategy for Distance Education Students
Linda J. Smith, Florida State University
Alexander Room

Create a Winning QEP (Quality Enhancement Plan)
Kathy Biggs, Manatee Community College
Morgan Room

Developing Sustainable Models for Online Education
Through Collaborative Interinstitutional Agreements
Rae-Anne Montague, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Kathryn Allen, Syracuse University
duBignon Room

 
 
10 - 10:45 am:
Retention, Completion & Student Success: Some Strategies
Farah A. Chase-Dunn, Utah Valley State College
Lisa N. Pope, Utah Valley State College
David Crowther, Utah Valley State College
Federal Reserve Room

Academic Policies of the Misssissippi Virtual Community College Consortium (MSVCC)
Vance Durrington, Mississippi State University
Ed Davis, Mississippi State University
Jason Pugh, MS State Board for Community and Junior Colleges
Morgan Room

Videoconferencing: Moving Forward with the Technology
Jason Townsend, VSGi
Alexander Room

The Challenges of Converting Traditional Pedagogy to Web-Based Learning
Radwan Ali, Kennesaw State University
G. Andrew Page, University of Alaska
duBignon Room
 
 
11:00 - 11:45 am:
From Cradle to Classroom: Managing Faculty from a Distance
Gail Poitras, Norwich University
Hal Kearsley, Norwich University
Federal Reserve Room
 
Three Levels of Need: A Framework for Pre-Assessing Online Learner Readiness
Linda Smith, Florida State University
Jeffrey Sievert, Florida State University
Alexander Room

Using Appreciative Inquiiry to Design a Multimedia Request Tracking System
Barbara Bitondo, World Bank Institute
Morgan Room

Researching Need and Design for Online Learning Programs
Angela Davis, Coos Bay Schools
Karen Gray, Coos Bay Schools
duBignon Room

 
1:00 - 1:45 pm:
Put Your Course Content on the Web
Roger Kinard, Owl Education
Federal Reserve Room

An Analysis of the Development of Self-Regulation in Distance Learning
Russell K. Baker
Alexander Room
 
The Badgernet Converged Network:
Wisconsin's Video Data Network Migration
Robert W. Hannu, Winconsin Indianhead Technical College
Lisa M. Jewell, Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College
Morgan Room
 
A Framework for the Entrepreneurial Learner of the 21st Century
Connie Reimers-Hild, Univerisyt of Nebraska-Lincoln
duBignon Room
 
2:00 - 2:45 pm:
Using Teaching Styles to Enhance the Online Environment
Karinda Barrett, Tallahassee Community College
Federal Reserve Room
 
Interactive Courses for Your Student's Desktop
Becky Stinson, Dallas TeleLearning
Alexander Room
 
All Points Lead to the Center of Campus
Michael Bowman, Arkansas State University
Morgan Room

Marketing Distance Learning Programs & Courses:
A Relationship Marketing Strategy
Naj Shaik, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
duBignon Room


Tuesday, June 7, 2004

9:00 - 9:45 am:
Techniques for the Converstion of Classroom Materals into Online Content
Mike Stoots, East Tennessee State University
Melissa Neal, East Tennesseee State University
Federal Reserve Room

The Structured Content Development Model One Year Later:
A Case Study of the Model in Practice at McMaster Medical School
Doug Wallace, Agile
Anthony J. Levinson, eLearning
Alexander Room
 
Course Wizards: Online Peer Tutors
Pat McCue, University of Illinois at Springfield
Morgan Room

Managing Proctored Testing in Distance Learning: Issues and Challenges
Maria Puzziferro, Florida Community College at Jacksonville
Debby Hook, Florida Community College at Jacksonville
duBignon Room

 
10:00 - 10:45 am:
Dynamic Training for Distance Instructors: The Key to Enhancing Online Learning
Sallie J. Johnson, Troy University
Susan C. Aldridge, Troy University
Federal Reserve Room

Authentically Interacting Learning:
Engaging Learners with Virtual Classroom Technology
Roger Hanley, Elluminate
Alexander Room

Infiltrating the Ranks: A New Approach to Faculty Development
Janet Gubbins, University of West Georgia
Morgan Room

Service Center: A Strategy to Promote Student Retention
Naj Shaik, University of Illinois
duBignon Room


11 - 11:45 am:
Policy Issues in Distance Education
Juanita Lamley, Oregon State University
Federal Reserve Room

Retaining Online Students and Finding Online Faculty
Mac Adkins, Decade Consulting
Alexander Room
 
A Case Study: The University of Florida Distance Learning Doctor of Audiology Program
Ted Johnson, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Karen McQuaide-Bell, University of Florida Distance Learning Doctor of Audiology Program
Morgan Room

Creating and Maintaining Collaborative Working Relationships
Among Online Faculty: Implications for Professional
Development and Faculty Retention
Adrian Zappala, Western Governors University
Jennifer Smolka, Western Governors University
duBignon Room

 
 
1:00 - 1:45 am:
Reusable Learning Objects - Are They Hidden on Your Campus?
Marie Lasseter, USG Board of Regents, Advanced Learning Technologies
Michael Rogers, USG Board of Regents, Advanced Learning Technologies
Federal Reserve Room

How Student Evaluation Can/Should Affect Online Course Delivery
Doris Owens, Midwestern State University
Cheryl Williams, Elk Valley Rancheria
Alexander Room

Navigating the Sea of Research on Videoconferening
Based Distance Education
George-Erick Brinckmann, Southern Business Communications, Inc.
Alexander Room
 
Distance Learning: The Next Generation
Ellen Waterman, Regis University
Tina Parscal, Regis University
duBignon Room
2:00 - 2:45 am:
A Typology of Student Support in Distance Learning
Linda Smith, Florida State University
Federal Reserve Room
 
Solutions for Collaborative Teaching and Research
Doug Shepelak, Macromedia
Alexander Room
 
Vista 3.0 Course Tour and Overview of
USG Instructional Resources
Marie Lasseter, USG Board of Regents, Advanced Learning Technologies
Michael Rogers, USG Board of Regents, Advanced Learning Technologies
Morgan Room

Online Instructional Leadership: Being the Onstar for Online Teachers
Pam Birtolo, Florida Virtual School
Donna Wiesman, Florida Virtual School
duBignon Room

Wednesday, June 8, 2005

8:00 - 8:45 am
 

Quality Distance Education: Supporting New Paradigms and Communities
Joel S. Levine, Barry University
Federal Reserve Room


The Use of Digital Repositories in eLearning Environments
Gary Sikes, Harvest Road
Alexander Room

Developing a Program to Prepare Faculty for Online Instruction
EQUIP (Equipping Quality University Instructors Program)
Mac Adkins, Troy State University
Morgan Room

Managing Virtual Adjunt Faculty: Tried
and True Strategies for Success
Maria Puzziferro, Florida Community College at Jacksonville
duBignon Room


9:00 - 9:45 am:
 
Faculty Development: Tips, Tools & Techniques for Teaching Online
Peggy Brown, Syracuse University
Federal Reserve Room

A Student Progress Monitoring System to Support Distance Learning Administration
Anoma Malalasekera, Loughborough University
Alexander Room

Comprehensive Faculty Development Plan for e-Learning
Dolores Henchy, Felician College
Morgan Room

Faculty, Copyright Law and Online Course Materials
Phyllis Sweeney, Our Lady of the Lake College
duBignon Room
 
 
10:00 - 10:45 am:
Should Online and Face-to-Face Policies and Pedagogies Differ?
Sara Marcus, Touro University University International
Federal Reserve Room
 
Managing Communication Between Instructor and
Students in the  Online Environment
Elizabeth Riley, Macon State College
Tracey Jensen, Macon State College
Julie Santiago, Macon State College
Alexander Room
 
Making the GRADE: Providing Access to Students with Disabilities
Barbara Christopher, Georgia Institute of Technology
Morgan Room

Breaking the Scarlet O'Hara Syndrom: Investigating Retention Economics, Today!
Kem King Pinegar, Virginia Colelge Online
Sue C. Lowe, Virginia College Online
duBignon Room
 
 
11:00 -11:45 am:
Mentoring Online Faculty: Systematic Strategies for Success and Satisfaction
Pamerla Patrick, Capella University
Federal Reserve Room
 
Marketing Distance Learning Programs & Courses: A Relationship Marketing Strategy
Naj  Shaik, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Alexander Room

Social Loafing and Free Riding in Online Learning Groups
Sherry Piezon, Florida State University
Morgan Room
 
Managing Virtual Adjunct Faculty: Tried and True Strategies for Success
Maria Puzziferro, Florida Community College at Jacksonville
duBignon Room