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Papers from a conference on small college computing issues are: Ethics, Privacy, and Security in Higher Education Technology (John A. Anderson); Multimedia in the Classroom: Recollections After Two Years (Stephen T. Anderson Sr.); Creating a Computer Competency Requirement for Mary Washington College Students (David J. Ayersman, Ernest C. Ackermann, and Paul M. Zisman); Low Cost, Low Tech, Low Brow Technology: A Plan for Campus Communication (Kurt E. Bernardo); Back to the Future: Help! It Was 20 Years Ago, and We've Only Just Arrived (Kate Coffield); Starting Computer Science Using C++ with Objects: Workable Approach (Mary V. Connolly); Web Database Development: Implications for Academic Publishing (Bob Fernekes); Using a Computer Program To Enhance an English Course in the Novel (David Field); A Team Approach To Managing Technology: Despite Our Differences--We Had To Make IT Work! (Peter R. Giuliani); Integrating Geometer's Sketchpad into a Geometry Course for Secondary Education Mathematic Majors (Margaret W. Groman); 1 Thirty Station Math Lab + 2 Faculty = Managing 500 Students Successfully in Low-Level Mathematics Courses (Tim Hagopian); The WWW, Preservice Teachers and their Mathematics Courses (Pat Halpin and Joanne D. Kossegi); MSCD's Development of a Campus Wide Information System on the World Wide Web (Mary Hanna); The Just in Time Approach To Effectively Use Business Software in College Business Courses (Brian R. Hoyt); C-CUE: A Regional Consortium in Action (Frederick Jenny, Daniel Faulk, and William J. Creighton);Creating an Undergraduate InfoTech Major (Harold H. Kollmeier); Process and Facilities as Critical Success Factors in Training and Supporting Faculty To Use Multimedia/Computer Technologies (Michael E. Kress and Arthur W. Hafner); Project Vision: An On-Line Learning Initiative for College Freshmen (Susan V. Monk); Distance Learning and Today's Educational Environment (Thomas A. Pollack); The Computerized 'Assistant Prof' (J. Stuart Shough); Developing a CWIS--It's Not a Computing Center Project (Carol L. Smith and Bonnie M. Nealon); The Shift to a Learner-Centered University: New Roles for Faculty, Students, and Technology (Karen L. Smith and J. Timothy Kolosick); A Process Education Approach To Teaching Computer Science (Peter D. Smith); The Paperless Writing Course: A Relevant Business Writing Course (Michelle Snyder); Neural Networks for the Beginner (Robin M. Snyder); A Personal Multimedia System for Instructional Support (Robin M. Snyder); Bridging the Multimedia Generation Gap (Nancy Thibeault and Janet Hurn); Using TQM: A New Teaching Model (Nancy S. Thomson); Faculty as Partners: A Four-Tiered Training Approach To the Web (Robin Wagner and Kim Breighner); Supporting Student PCs on the Campus Network (Brad Weaver); The Compressed Video Experience (John Weber); and Integrating Courses with the Internet: Preparing the Teacher as well as the Learner (Arthur E. Williams). (SWC)

Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Networks, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Futures (of Society), Higher Education, Information Networks, Internet, Microcomputers, Multimedia Instruction, Teacher Education, Technological Advancement, Telecommunications

Autor: Smith, Peter, Ed.


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