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This proceedings of the 1999 EDUCAUSE Conference contains papers presented in six tracks: Building the New Information Technology Foundation and Infrastructure; Technology-Enhanced Teaching and Learning; Renewing Administrative Services; Outreach, Public Service, and New Communities; Advancing the Leading Edge; and the EDUCAUSE Track. Topics of papers include: introducing students to computing issues; data warehouse solution using university consortia and business outsourcing; dynamic and individualized Web system; warehouse design; technology-enhanced admissions process; imaging technologies; impact on students of online materials in university courses; cooperative development of faculty development resources; model for hardware and software acquisition; Web-based services in Committee on Institutional Cooperation (Big Ten) libraries; developing a new administrative system; collaborative support for the distributed university; what Web instructional techniques suggest about what faculty want; potential and risks of digital libraries; teaching and learning with online images; broadbanding initiative; state-wide approach to public service excellence; using technology to enable alumni and outside experts to enrich a class; unintended impact of technology; authorization on the Web; implementation and implications of digital services in learning centers; new systems implementation projects; information technology integration in a small rural school; integration of digital satellite and terrestrial networks for education and training; intellectual property and copyright; information technology literacy for general education and online community; meta data integration; building a statewide student advising system; U.S. distance education and developing countries; PBS develops institution-neutral online services for non-traditional adult learners; pooling resources of dozens of schools; using Java to develop programs designed to support administrative users in a university environment; planning, strategy and technology to reach rural, remote, and underserved Americans; tools for faculty-directed inquiry and improvement; computational science curricula, high performance computing and the professional organizations; sustaining a virtual support organization; library resource sharing program; supporting faculty uses of the Web; Internet and the digital divide; model for interactive distance learning; a Roles database; toolkit for class home page development/management; transformation of education by information and communication technology; building a statewide partnership for higher education; CD-ROM for faculty development and statewide training; project for unified access for the 21st century; university and state K-12 education partnership providing online resources and training; empowered process for information technology planning and implementation; e-mail as official means of communication; virtual organizations, virtual mentoring, and at-risk youth; university simulation game; and visual resource system to improve teaching and learning. (AEF)

Descriptors: Access to Education, Computer Software Development, Computer System Design, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Development, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Group Activities, Higher Education, Information Technology, Internet, Online Systems, Partnerships in Education, Technological Advancement

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Author: EDUCAUSE, Washington, DC.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=8008&id=ED450699



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