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Association Supporting Computer Users in Education

The Association Supporting Computer Users in Education (ASCUE) is a group of people interested in small college computing issues. It is a blend of people from all over the country who use computers in their teaching, academic support, and administrative support functions. ASCUE has a strong tradition of bringing its members together to pool their resources to help each other, and continues the tradition of sharing through its national conference held every year in June, its conference proceedings, and its newsletter. ASCUE proudly affirms this tradition in its motto: "Our Second Quarter Century of Resource Sharing." The proceedings are divided into three sections. The first section contains the refereed papers. The second section holds papers from the sessions with paper. The last section holds only the abstracts for the other sessions. The following are included in the 2014 proceedings: (1) Recruiting Women into Computer Science and Information Systems (Steven Broad and Meredith McGee); (2) Library Databases as Unexamined Classroom Technologies (Allison Faix); (3) Losing the Red Pen: Video Grading Feedback in Distance and Blended Learning Writing Courses (Lisa Ann Jones); (4) Phishing E-Mails--Six Month Investigation into What People Click (Michael R. Lehrfeld); (5) The Academic and Social Life Styles of Students and Teachers of Higher Education Institutions in Bangladesh as Consequences of using Social Network Sites (Che Kum Clement); (6) Power monitoring using the Raspberry Pi (Robin M Snyder); (7) An overview of the past, present, and future of 3D printing technology with an emphasis on the present (Robin M Snyder); (8) Using Live Projects in the Classroom (Dewey A. Swanson); (9) Utilization of Social Networks in Teaching and Learning Process (Terri Austin); (10) 3 in 30 (Jean Bennett and Tracy Gaskin); (11) Let's Hangout! (Jean Bennett); (12) Leveraging the 3D Printing Revolution for Higher Education (Frances E. Bosch and Michael Kluge); (13) Navigating the Challenges of The Installation and Operation of the SMART LightRaise 60wi Projector (MJ Clark and Tom Marcais); (14) The Ins and Outs of Flipped Learning (Christine Davis); (15) The Hybrid Classroom: Staging for the Future with an Eye on the Now (Craig Gray); (16) Cool Tools: Here we go again! (Janet Hurn and Julie Straub); (17) Teaching my First Technology in Physical Education Course (Seth Jenny); (18) Photographer's Software and Hardware for the iPhone and iPad (Fred Jenny); (19) Flip your Hangout: Using Google+ to blend and flip your classroom (Lisa Ann Jones and Anthony Basham); (20) Become a Master of Disaster (Mark Jordan); (21) Establishing a Distance Learning Framework for the Institution (Sali Kaceli); (22) Data Analytics coming of age (Steve Knode); (23) "Bring Your Own Device" Techniques for the Classroom or the Campus Roundtable (Amanda Kraft); (24) Implementing Google Apps for Education (Christopher Laird); (25) Spectrum Industries--Innovative Furniture for Learning Environments (Jim Lloyd); (26) Eliminating Sneakernet: Low-cost and Free Solutions for Software Deployment and Remote Support/Administration (Matt Manous); (27) Designing Differentiated Technology Training Utilizing Flipped Classroom and Tiered Instructional Strategies (Tom Marcais and Holly Gould); (28) Painting on a New Canvas--Instructure Canvas! (A different kind of LMS) (Carmen Morrison); (29) Blackboard and Moodlerooms--Championing Learner Centricity (Brett Perlman and Ryan Francus); (30) High Tech vs Low Tech Classroom--A Mathematician's Experiences (Jack Pope); (31) ElearnReady: A Free Assessment Tool for Determining Student Online Readiness (Jenn Shinaberger and Lee Shinaberger); (32) 28%--What's Your Number (Pamela Silver); (33) Online Program Assessment Rubric and Process (Katherine Spradley and Jason Bennett); (34) Writing In Action: Using Technology to Emphasize the Activity and Process of Writing in a Hybrid Composition Course (Krista Stonerock); (35) Using MS Link to Replace the PBX (Tina Stutchell); (36) Breaking down Microsoft SharePoint--A practical guide to getting started and winning? (Luke VanWingerden); (37) Social Media Strategy in 3 Words (Steve Weir); and (38) Using Facebook to Engage Stakeholders (Steve Weir and Amanda Kraft). A presenters index is included. Individual papers contain references.

Descriptors: Conferences (Gatherings), Conference Papers, Computer Uses in Education, Small Colleges, Small Classes, Females, Student Recruitment, Computer Science Education, Information Systems, Library Services, Databases, Search Engines, Educational Technology, College Students, Computer Assisted Testing, Video Technology, Grading, Feedback (Response), Student Evaluation, Distance Education, Blended Learning, Writing (Composition), Web 2.0 Technologies, Computer Security, Information Security, Electronic Mail, Social Media, Social Networks, Life Style, Higher Education, Foreign Countries, Technology Uses in Education, Courseware, Handheld Devices, Open Source Technology, Computer Software, Energy Management, Computer Peripherals, Printing, Class Activities, Student Projects, Information Technology, Practicums, Help Seeking, Technical Support, Computer Oriented Programs, Projection Equipment, Best Practices, Instructional Design, Electronic Learning, Online Courses, Enrollment, Physical Education, Photography, Emergency Programs, Data Analysis, Furniture, Computer System Design, Integrated Learning Systems, Classroom Design, Readiness, STEM Education, Scoring Rubrics, Stakeholders

Association Supporting Computer Users in Education (ASCUE). 1513 Magnolia Drive, Surfside Beach, SC 29575. Tel: 606-218-5308; Fax: 606-218-5184; e-mail: president[at]; Web site:

Autor: Smith, Peter, Ed.


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