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Proceedings of the Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE) Annual Conference (42nd, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, June 14-18, 2009).

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The Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE) is a dynamic organization for people interested in small college technology issues. Its members include information technology professionals, instructional technologists, and faculty members from all over the world who use computers and technology to support teaching and learning. The theme for the 2009 ASCUE annual conference was "Academic and Administrative Technology Issues and Innovations in Higher Education." The following are included in the 2009 proceedings: (1) The "U" in Information Security (Raymond T. Albert); (2) The Effectiveness of Podcasting on Achievement in Principles of Accounting (Robert Badowski); (3) Hybrid Course Design: Faculty and Student Perceptions (Victoria Sitter, Carolyn Carter, Robert Mahan, Carolyn Massello, and Teresa Carter); (4) From Novice to Expert: Harnessing the Stages of Expertise Development in the Online World (Douglas A. Kranch); (5) Integrating Technology into the Existing Education Curriculum (Beth A. Moore); (6) Identification, Causes, and Prevention of Identity Theft (Thomas A. Pollack); (7) What Does a Google Search Really Cost? (Mary V. Connolly); (8) Data Security is About People, Not Technology (David Fusco); (9) Making the Most of your Technology & Vendor Contracts (Craig Gray) [Abstract only]; (10) Licenses and Agreements: Responding to Potential Pitfalls (Kerry Henson); (11) Nurturing Faculty Use of Technology through Learning Communities (Kim Hunter and Andrea Han) [Abstract only]; (12) Utilizing a Faculty Learning Community to Support Collaborative Online Course Development (Beth Dietz-Uhler, Andrea Han, and Janet E. Hurn); (13) Off to Camp We Go (Elizabeth A. Kiggins and George Weimer); (14) Is There an End to Death by PowerPoint? (Elizabeth A. Kiggins); (15) Project-Based Assessment of Learning in Online Microsoft Office Application Courses (Douglas A. Kranch and Carmen Morrison); (16) Using Virtualization to Aid Student Learning in Traditional, Hybrid, and On-line Courses (Michael Lehrfeld); (17) High Fidelity Simulation Use in an Undergraduate Nursing Program (June M. Como, Michael Kress, and Mark Lewental); (18) The Ethical Application of Technology in Student Decision-Making (Kuber Maharjan and Joanne De Falla); (19) Mobotix Surveillance Cameras Using Technology For Campus Safety (Tom Marcais and M. J. Stinnette); (20) Technology and General Education: Integration, Facilitation, and Assessment (Matt Smith) [Abstract only]; (21) Teaching Using Small Group Activities: Assessment of a 10 year Experiment (Peter D. Smith); (22) Hybrid, It's More Than Fuel Efficient (Dewey A. Swanson and Melissa R. Casner); (23) TPCK: A Revision of the Technology Course for Teachers (George Weimer and Tim Hall); (24) Getting Started with COBIT: Applying COBIT Principles to IT (Lorraine Abraham) [Abstract only]; (25) Video Tutorials--Capture the Experience! (Stephen T. Anderson, Sr.) [Abstract only]; (26) Print Tracking and Charging (Scott Best) [Abstract only]; (27) Improving Campus Technology Support--A Tiered Response Help Desk Structure (Michele Branch-Frappier) [Abstract only]; (28) Social Networking and ASCUEville (Andrea Han) [Abstract only]; (29) Taking Children's Literature Out of This World (Gerri Jenny and Fred Jenny) [Abstract only]; (30) Second Life--Our Journey into the Virtual Realms (Jeffery Le Blanc) [Abstract only]; (31) Put Your Students in the Cloud: Google Apps for Education (Jay Lee) [Abstract only]; (32) Microsoft Office 2008 for Apple Computers--What's New? (Tom Marcais) [Abstract only]; (33) Creation and Application of Digital Storytelling for All Grade Levels (Vicki Mast and Beth A. Moore) [First page only]; (34) Spicing Up Your Class with Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro (Dewey A. Swanson and Kuber Maharjan) [Abstract only]; (35) Meru Networks--Wireless Technologies (Lou Vogal) [Abstract only]; (36) Drupal--A CMS for Everyone (Steve Weir) [Abstract only]; and (37) A Slightly More Advanced Drupal Session--The Nuts & Bolts (Steve Weir) [Abstract only]. (Individual papers contain references.)
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Author:Smith, Peter, Ed.
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Article Type:Author abstract
Geographic Code:1U5SC
Date:Jun 1, 2009
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