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This document contains the following papers on new media from the SITE (Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education) 2002 conference: (1) "Virtual Reality in Education: Exploring QTVR as a Tool for Teaching and Learning" (Naglaa Ali and others); (2) "Why Not Virtual Reality?: The Barriers of Using Virtual Reality in Education" (Naglaa Ali and Richard Ferdig); (3) "Web-Based SMIL Tutorial" (Barbara Beccue and Joaquin Vila); (4) "Using Advanced Screen Capture in Support of Educational Technology Instruction" (John Bryner and Matthew Nickerson); (5) "eBooks for Education" (Terence Cavanaugh and Cathy Cavanaugh); (6) "Media Makers Produce Career Commercials: The Softer Side of Technology" (Joanne Clemente); (7) "The Internet Textbook: Change and Opportunity" (Tim Collins); (8) "Teacher Development through Curriculum Development--Teachers' Experiences in the Field-Trialling of On-Line Curriculum Materials" (Tony Fisher and Tim Denning); (9) "More than a Movie: Using Animation To Promote Learning of Complex Subject Matter" (Joseph Frantiska); (10) "Quality Metadata Scheme xQMS for an Improved Information Discovery Process for Scholar Work within the xFIND Environment" (Christian Gutl and others); (11) "Preparing for Digital Story Telling" Ellen Brinkley and others); (12) "Interactive Computer-Based Technology in EFL" (Alexandra McCormack); (13) "Adaptive Profiling Tool for Teacher Education" (Mikka Miettinen and others); (14) "Learning about Learning Objects with Learning Objects" (Sandy Mills); (15) "The Use of Internet2-Based Videoconferencing in Teacher Education" (Betul Ozkan and Clyciane Kossatz Michelini); (16) "Higher Education and the Internet 2 Project: Implications for Educational Practices" (Roberto G. Perez Galluccio); (17) "Teaching Teachers To Teach Internet Health" (Frederik Tautz); and (18) "Technology Based Learning: Myth or Reality?" (Michael Young and others). Several brief summaries of conference presentations are also included. Most papers contain references. (MES)

Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Higher Education, Information Technology, Online Courses, Teacher Education, Technology Integration, Technology Uses in Education, Virtual Reality, Web Based Instruction

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Autor: McNeil, Sara, Ed.


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