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Conference Program - Northwestern State University
FINAL PROGRAM
March 29-April 2, 2010
San Diego, CA, USA
Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina
Including –Teaching with Technology:
A Forum for Teachers and School Leaders
• Keynote Speakers • Invited Panels/Speakers
• Full, Full (Book) & Brief Papers
• Panels • Roundtables • Posters/Demonstrations
• Corporate Demonstrations/Literature • Corporate Showcases
• Tutorials/Workshops • Symposia
Advancing Information Technology in Teacher Education
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Schedule Overview
Please note: The sessions on mathematics, science,
English, social studies, and early childhood will be scheduled
on Thursday and Friday along with all other topics.
SUNDAY MARCH 28
THURSDAY APRIL 1
Registration .................................................................4:00 PM- 6:00 PM
Theme: Global Challenges in Teacher Education
MONDAY MARCH 29
Registration ................................................................7:45 AM - 5:00 PM
SIG Meetings:..................................................................8:00 - 9:00 AM
Theme: Collegial Learning
Registration ................................................................7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Morning Tutorials/Workshops..................................8:30 AM - 12:00 NOON
“Good Morning” Beverage Break ..................................10:00 - 10:15 AM
Lunch Break..........................................................12:00 NOON - 1:30 PM
Afternoon Tutorials/Workshops .........................................1:30 - 5:00 PM
SITE Executive Board Meeting ..........................................2:00 - 5:00 PM
Beverage Break ...............................................................3:00 - 3:15 PM
TUESDAY MARCH 30
Theme: Performance and Assessment
of 21st Century Skills
Registration ................................................................7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
SIG Meetings:..................................................................8:00 - 9:00 AM
Digital Fabrication
Development of Future Faculty
Digital Games & Simulations
Distance/Flexible Education
Equity & Social Justice
Graduate Student Network
Research & Evaulation
Technology Leadership
Virtual Schooling
“Good Morning” Beverage Break & Newcomer Welcome....8:00 - 9:00 AM
Welcome & Opening General Session (Keynote) ..............9:00 - 10:00 AM
Morning Sessions ...................................................10:15 AM - 12:30 PM
Internet Lounge ........................................................10:15 AM - 5:00 PM
Electronic & Assistive Technology Playground ..........12:00 NOON - 1:30 PM
Lunch Break..................................................................12:30 - 1:30 PM
Afternoon Sessions ..........................................................1:30 - 5:00 PM
Beverage Break ...............................................................2:30 - 2:45 PM
Consultative Council Meeting.............................................5:00- 6:00 PM
Welcome Reception .........................................................6:30 - 7:30 PM
WEDNESDAY MARCH 31
Theme: New Media, New Possibilities
for Teaching & Learning
Registration ................................................................7:45 AM - 5:00 PM
SIG Meetings:..................................................................8:00 - 9:00 AM
Digital Storytelling/Video
Graduate Education & Faculty Development
Information Literacy
International Education
New Possibilities
Technology, Pedagogical, & Content Knowledge (TPACK)
“Good Morning” Beverage Break & Newcomer Welcome....8:00 - 9:00 AM
General Session (Keynote)..............................................9:00 - 10:00 AM
Morning Sessions ...................................................10:15 AM - 12:30 PM
Lunch Break..................................................................12:30 - 1:30 PM
Afternoon Sessions ..........................................................1:30 - 5:00 PM
Beverage Break ...............................................................2:30 - 2:45 PM
Info. Tech. Council Meeting ..............................................4:30 - 5:45 PM
Poster/Demonstrations (with snacks & cash bar) ...............6:00 - 7:30 PM
2
Arts & Interdisciplinary Education
Assessment/eFolios
Early Childhood Education
English Education
Information Technology Diffusion/Integration
Information Technology Education
Mathematics Education
Science Education
Social Studies Education
Special Education and Assistive Technologies
Workforce Education
“Good Morning” Beverage Break & Newcomer Welcome....8:00 - 9:00 AM
General Session (Keynote & Awards)...............................9:00 - 10:00 AM
Morning Sessions ...................................................10:15 AM - 12:30 PM
Internet Lounge ........................................................10:15 AM - 5:00 PM
Electronic & Assistive Technology Playground ..........12:00 NOON - 1:30 PM
Lunch Break..................................................................12:30 - 1:30 PM
Afternoon Sessions ...........................................................1:30- 5:00 PM
Beverage Break ................................................................2:30- 2:45 PM
Teacher Ed. Council Meeting .............................................4:45- 6:00 PM
SITE Leadership Summit (invited)......................................6:30 - 8:30 PM
FRIDAY APRIL 2
Theme: K12 Partnerships
Registration ................................................................7:45 AM - 4:00 PM
“Good Morning” Beverage Break & Newcomer Welcome....8:00 - 9:00 AM
CITE Editors Meeting........................................................8:00 - 9:00 AM
General Session (Keynote)..............................................9:00 - 10:00 AM
Morning Tutorials/Workshops...................................10:15 AM - 12:30 PM
Morning Sessions ...................................................10:15 AM - 12:30 PM
Internet Lounge ........................................................10:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Lunch Break..................................................................12:30 - 1:30 PM
Afternoon Tutorials/Workshops .........................................1:30 - 3:45 PM
Afternoon Sessions ..........................................................1:30 - 3:45 PM
Closing Reception and Invitation to
SITE 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee USA! .........................3:45 - 4:15 PM
Join your colleagues
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
The Electronic & Assistive
Technology Playground
Nautilus Foyer • Tuesday & Thursday 12:00 -1:30 PM
Newcomer Welcome
Grande Ballroom C • 9:30-10:00 AM
If this is your first SITE conference, please attend.
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
SITE Network Lounge
Executive Center Break Area
Tuesday – 10:15-5:00 PM
Thursday – 10:15-5:00 PM
Friday – 10:30-4:00 AM
Tuesday
SITE's Beach Party Welcome Reception!
Lanai • 6:30-7:30 PM
In the aloha spirit exemplified by the aloha shirt SITE fashion trend popularized by Gerald Knezek, Glen Bull, and many others, we ask all to wear
their tropical attire to the beach party! All attendees welcome!
Wednesday
Poster/Demonstrations
Pavilion • 6:00-7:30 PM
The Electronic & Assistive Technology Playground is a place where educators, like children, can play with the latest and greatest technology.
Participants in the Playground will be able to experiment with new technologies. Experienced users will be available to assist users. This is a
place of discovery. Try out some of the best software applications. Have
some fun with a digital microscope. Bring some of your toys to share.
This year the popular Electronic & Assistive Technology Playground
will be arranged differently as we seek to continue placing your interests first. While we will retain some sharing as we have in the past,
we will also build interaction sessions between 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Tuesday and Thursday.
Content will be based on a short presentation followed by sharing of
resources. Participants are invited to bring their laptops with them.
Following the conference, attendees will be invited to continue the
Electronic & Assistive Technology Playground on SITE's Blog,
http://www.SITEBlog.org. Think of these sessions as Special Interest
Groups (SIGs) with virtual follow up networking. Individuals wishing to
schedule Electronic & Assistive Technology Playground space should
contact Maggie, [email protected]
Popcorn & Beverages
Sponsored by:
Silhouette America
Informal and popular venue for exchanging ideas!
With snacks & cash bar
Friday
ANNOUNCEMENT…
Closing Reception & Invitation to
SITE 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee USA!
SITE Proceedings Accessible Online
Grande Foyer • 3:45-4:15 PM
All attendees welcome!
In response to requests from conference participants,
AACE is pleased to announce that, instead of distributing
CDs at the conference, the contents of the Proceedings CD
will be accessible to all registrants prior to, during, and
after the conference through the EdITLib – Education and
Information Technology Digital Library, http://editlib.org .
This will enable you to use the Digital Library research tools
and features in conjunction with the Proceedings papers
and no longer have to search for misplaced CDs!
Also, with conference papers accessible to registrants prior
to and during the conference, they will be better able to
select and prepare for the sessions they will attend.
In addition, AACE offers this benefit for all previous
SITE, E-Learn, and ED-MEDIA conference registrants. Simply go
to My Profile in the Digital Library, http://editlib.org/profile, to
access all conference Proceedings freely available to you as
a previous registrant!
– SITE 2010 Abstract & Proceedings ISBN#1-880094-78-9
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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Welcome & Opening Keynote
Grande Ballroom A/B • Tuesday March 30 - 9:00 AM
You Want Me to do What ? Moving Difficult People Like Me to Technology for Learning and Performance
Allison Rossett
San Diego State University, USA
Grande Ballroom A/B • Wednesday March 31 - 9:00 AM
Remix Culture for Learning
Erin Reilly
University of Southern California, USA
Keynote & Awards
Grande Ballroom A/B
Thursday April 1
9:00 AM
International Panel
“Global Perspectives”
Moderator:
David A. Slykhuis,
James Madison
University, USA
Fong-Lok Lee,
Chinese University
of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong
Young Baek,
KNUE, South Korea
Min-Jin Lin,
National Dong-Hwa
University, Taiwan
Joke Voogt,
University of Twente,
The Netherlands
Tairo Nomura,
Saitama University,
Japan
Grande Ballroom A/B • Friday April 2 - 9:00 AM
Keynote Panel
Putting the “E” into STEM Preparation for all Teachersn
Kendall Starkweather, Elizabeth Parry,
ASEE, USA
North Carolina State
University, USA
Erin Reilly,
Patricia Norris,
Massachusetts Institute National Geographic,
of Technology, USA
USA
INVITED SPEAKERS, PANELS, & SYMPOSIA
Tuesday, March 30
Invited Speaker: The Evolution of Teacher Education in a Digital Learning
Era: Transforming Knowledge in the Global Network
Lisa Dawley, Boise State University, USA
Invited Speaker: Augmenting Reality for Learning with Wireless Mobile Devices
Chris Dede, Harvard University, USA; Patrick O'Shea, Independent Consultant,
USA; Matt Dunleavy, Radford University, USA; Eric Klopfer, Massachusetts Inst. of
Tech., USA
Invited Symposium: The International Handbook Summit Call to Action for
Learning with Technology in the 21st Century: Next Steps
Joke Voogt, University of Twente, Netherlands; Gerald Knezek, University of North
Texas, USA; Chris Dede, Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA; Paul Resta,
University of Texas-Austin, USA; Mike Searson, Kean University, USA; Ann Thompson,
Iowa State University, USA; Don Knezek, International Society for Technology in
Education (ISTE), Therese Laferriere, Laval University, Canada; David Gibson, University
of Vermont, USA; Margaret Riel, SRI International & Pepperdine Univ., USA; Renate
Schulz-Zander, TU Dortmund University, Germany; Rhonda Christensen, University of
North Texas, USA; Kwok Wing Lai, University of Otago, College of Education, New
Zealand; Niki Davis, University of Canterbury, New Zealand; Rowland Baker, Santa
Cruz County Office of Education, USA; Ian Gibson, Macquarie University, Australia
Thursday, April 1
Friday, April 2
Invited Speaker: Teaching and Assessing 21st Century Skills
Chris Dede, Harvard University, USA
Wednesday, March 31
Invited Speaker: Emerging Technologies – How They Affect Future
Schooling and the Skills We Should Be Developing [29898]
Westley Field, MLC School in Sydney, Australia
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Invited Panel: How Can Technology Help to Lead Pedagogy?
Dorothy Goulet, Ramstein High School, Germany; Judy Beaver, Punahou School,
USA; Westley Field, Skoolaborate, Australia
TUTORIALS & WORKSHOPS
Tutorials & Workshops (Bring Your Laptop) will be held in Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina. Please see locator maps on pages 46 & 47.
MONDAY, MARCH 29
8:30 AM – 12:00 NOON
FRIDAY, APRIL 2
10:15 AM – 12:30 PM
Executive 2A/2B/Tutorial
Marina 5/Workshop
T1
W5
Educational Uses of Digital Fabrication: From 2D Idea to 3D Object
[28016]
Shaunna Smith, The Univ. of Houston, USA
Blended Learning for the Digital Age (Bring Your Own Laptop)
[28081]
Mark Geary, Dakota State Univ., USA
Marina 3/Tutorial
Executive 2A/2B/Workshop
T2
W6
Preparing our Students for a 21st Century Globally Integrated
World [27907]
Laurence Peters, The National Education Foundation, USA; Kathy King,
Fordham Univ., USA
Marina 4/Workshop
W1
Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Teaching with
Digital Storytelling – Part 1 (Bring Your Own Laptop) [27735]
Bernard Robin, Sara McNeil, Univ. of Houston, USA
Marina 5/Workshop
W9
10:15 – 11:15AM
Marina 4/Workshop
W10
Catch the Wave! Collaboration in a Dynamic Web 2.0 Environment
(Bring your laptop) [29824]
Michael Searson, Kean Univ., USA; Michael Lawrence, Computer Using
Educators, USA
Executive Center Desk/Beverage Break: 10:00-10:15 AM
Lunch Break: 12:00 NOON -1:30 PM
Marina 4/Workshop
W11
1:30 – 2:30PM
Marina 4/Workshop
W12
Marina 3/Workshop
W3
Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Teaching with
Digital Storytelling, Part 2 (Bring Your Own Laptop) [28979]
Bernard Robin, Sara McNeil, Univ. of Houston, USA
Marina 4/Workshop
W4
Putting the “E” into STEM Preparation for All Teachers
(Bring Your Own Laptop) [28838]
David Gibson, Global Challenge Award, USA; Elizabeth Parry, American
Society for Engineering Education, USA; Ray Rose, Rose-Smith, USA
2:00 - 5:00 PM
Secondary Education and the Interactive Classroom Solution
(Bring Your Own Laptop) [30155] (No Fee)
David Kootman, Promethean Strategic Initiatives, USA
Lunch Break: 12:30 NOON -1:30 PM
Executive 2A/2B/Workshop
New Tools – New Pedagogies to Prepare Digital Age Teachers
(Bring Your Own Laptop) [28556]
Kathryn Smith, Minnesota State Univ.-Bemidji, USA; Maria Vasquez,
Promethean, Inc., USA
Using an Interactive Classroom in The Elementary Grades to
Transform Education (Bring Your Own Laptop) [30154] (No Fee)
David Kootman, Promethean Strategic Initiatives, USA
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
1:30 - 5:00 PM
W2
Free and FUN Online Tools for Assessing Student Learning
(Bring Your Own Laptop) [28145]
Leaunda Hemphill, Donna McCaw, Jill Myers, Xiaokai Jia, Hoyet
Hemphill, Western Illinois Univ., USA
Research Study: The Impact of the Active Classroom Solution; The
Marzano Study (Bring Your Own Laptop) [30156] (No Fee)
Mike Horan, Promethean Strategic Initiatives, USA
1:30 - 3:45 PM
Marina 5/Workshop
W7
Digital Literacy for a Digital Age: Using Web 2.0 tools in Classroom
Blended Instruction (Bring Your Own Laptop) [28170]
Liz Pape, Tracy Sheehan, Virtual High School Global Consortium, USA
Executive 2A/2B/Workshop
W8
Grande Ballroom B/SITE Executive Board Meeting
Building Digital Portfolios Using Blog Techniques in WordPress or
RapidWeaver (Bring Your Own Laptop) [28401]
Matthew Stuve, Ball State Univ., USA; Julie Biddle, Princeton Community
Schools, USA; Megan Noel, Ball State Univ., USA
Grande Ballroom Foyer/Beverage Break: 3:00-3:15 PM
2:45 – 3:45 PM
Visit the SITE Blog, Your central
source for announcements, resources,
and ideas from SITE and your colleagues
in teacher education and technology.
Marina 4/Workshop
W13
Transforming Education: The San Diego “I-21 Classroom” Model
(Bring Your Own Laptop) [30157] (No Fee)
Darryl LaGace and Barbara Allen, San Diego Unified School District, USA
"Welcome to the SITE Blog; it is wonderful to have this new
communication channel to share our news, concerns and celebrations in Information Technology and Teacher Education.
I look forward to a rich tapestry of SITE communications
evolving in this Blog to serve the society so we hear the voices of members facilitated by SITEís leadership. Welcome and
please get weaving with your threads of comments and postings!
– Niki Davis, SITE VP & Past President
http://siteblog.aace.org/
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Sheraton San Diego
Hotel & Marina enjoys
a prime waterfront
location on lovely
San Diego Bay
SITE Outstanding Paper Awards
Tuesday, 1:30 PM • Nautilus 3
The Effects of Fantasy in an Educational Game Via Interest, Intrinsic Motivation, and Storytelling on
Student’s Academic Achievements: A Path Analysis [28098]
Hyo-Jin Seo, Young-Kyun Baek, Korea National Univ. of Education, Korea (South)
Wednesday, 1:30 PM • Marina 5
An Empirical Evaluation of Technical and Pedagogical Usability Criteria for Web-Based Learning
Resources with Middle School Students [27713]
Said Hadjerrouit, Univ. of Agder, Norway
Many of the
area’s most
popular
attractions are
within a short
drive, including
the San Diego
Zoo, Gaslamp
Quarter and
Sea World Park.
Shops and
restaurants
abound at nearby Horton Plaza,
and the famous
border town of
Tijuana beckons
you to sunny
Mexico, less than an hour away. Please see
the Bellstand for taxi information or driving
directions.
Wednesday, 4:00 PM • Executive 4
Testing a TPACK-Based Technology Integration Assessment Rubric [28510]
Judi Harris, College of William & Mary, USA; Neal Grandgenett, Univ. of Nebraska-Omaha, USA; Mark Hofer,
College of William & Mary, USA
Friday, 10:15 AM • Nautilus 1
An Examination of Gender and Technology in Art Education [28052]
Alice Lai, SUNY-Empire State College, Center for Distance Learning, USA
Friday, 10:15 AM • Grande Ballroom B
Assessing the Performance of College Algebra Using Modularity and Technology: A Two Year Case Study
of NCAT’s Supplemental Model [27980]
A. Dale Magoun, David Hare, Azime Saydam, Charlotte Owens, Elizabeth Smith, University of Louisiana-Monroe, USA
NTLI Fellows Award Papers Symposium
Since fall 2000, SITE has been collaborating with four teacher education associations representing the content areas
of mathematics, science, English language arts, and social studies education through the National Technology
Leadership Initiative (NTLI). The NTLI Fellowships were established to recognize an exemplary presentation on technology at the annual conference of each of these organizations and are chosen by the associations. These NTLI fellows will present their award winning papers during concurrent sessions.
Thursday, April 1 • 10:15-11:15 AM • Executive 4 • Part 1
Influence of an Inquiry-Oriented, Technology-Based, Proof-Intensive Geometry Course on the van Hiele
Levels of Prospective Mathematics Teachers [29949]
Carol Simard, Todd A. Grundmeier, California Polytechnic State Univ., San Luis Obispo, USA
More Is at Stake than Scores and School Rankings: Examining Authentic Intellectual Work with a
Fifth-Grade Digital Documentary Inquiry Project in a Mandated State Testing Environment (29863)
Kathy Swan, Univ. of Kentucky, USA; Mark Hofer, College of William and Mary, USA; Gerry Swan, Univ. of Kentucky, USA
Airport Shuttle: Complimentary airport
shuttle runs every 25 - 30 minutes from
the San Diego International Airport between
the hours of 5:30am and 12am. Outside
of these hours guests may request a
pickup by contacting the Sheraton
Hotel & Marina directly.
Thursday, April 1 • 11:30-12:30 AM • Executive 4 • Part 2
Hazelton High at REST: A Simulation Unmasking Ethical Behavior in Science Educators [29872]
Shawn Holmes, Leonard Annetta, Meng-Tzu Cheng, North Carolina State Univ., USA
The Digital Writing Workshop: Framing an Instructional Approach for Writing in the 21st Century [30048]
Troy Hicks, Central Michigan Univ., USA
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) - All are invited to participate!
TUESDAY, MARCH 30 • 8:00-9:00
THURSDAY, APRIL 1 • 8:00-9:00
AM
AM
Information Technology
Information Technology
Marina 3/Distance/Flexible Education
Marina 4/Equity & Social Justice
Marina 5/Digital Games & Simulations
Executive 1/Research & Evaluation
Executive 2A/Digital Fabrication
Executive 2B/Virtual Schooling
Executive 3A/Development of Future Faculty
Executive 3B/Graduate Student Network
Executive 4/Technology Leadership
Marina 3/Assessment/E-Folios
Executive 4/Information Technology Diffusion/Integration
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31 • 8:00-9:00
Teacher Education
AM
Information Technology
Marina 4/Graduate Education & Faculty Development
Marina 5/Information Literacy Education (Library Sci.)
Executive 1/International Education)
Executive 3A/Digital Storytelling/Video
Executive 4/New Possibilities
Teacher Education
Marina 3/Technological, Pedagogical & Content Knowledge (TPACK)
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Marina 4/Early Childhood Education
Marina 5/English Education
Executive 1/Human Languages Education
Executive 2B/Workforce Education
Executive 2A/Leadership & Policy Education
Executive 3A/Arts & Interdisciplinary Education
Seabreeze 1/2/Information Technology Education
Nautilus 1/Mathematics Education
Nautilus 3/Science Education
Nautilus 4/Social Studies Education
Nautilus 2/Special Education and Assistive Technologies
SESSION TOPICS
To better enable you to make maximum use of your time, all papers
are categorized by topic. Mix and match the session topics to
receive the information most beneficial to you.
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Distance/Flexible Education
Development of Future Faculty
Digital Storytelling/Video
Equity & Social Justice
Digital Games & Simulations
Graduate Education & Faculty Development
Graduate Student Network
Information Technology Diffusion/Integration
International Education
New Possibilities with Information Technologies
Research & Evaluation
Technology Leadership
Virtual Schooling
Workforce Education
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Early Childhood Education
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Information Technology Education
Leadership & Policy Education
Mathematics Education
Science Education
Social Studies Education
Special Education
Technological, Pedagogical And Content Knowledge (TPACK)
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TUESDAY, MARCH 30
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Concurrent Sessions will be held in Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina.
Please see locator maps on pages 46 & 47.
TUESDAY, MARCH 30
8:00 - 9:00 AM
Grande Ballroom Foyer/Beverage Break: 8:00-9:00 AM
Special Interest Group (SIG) Meetings
All are invited and welcome to attend.
Information Technology
Marina 3/Distance/Flexible Education
Marina 4/Equity & Social Justice
Marina 5/Digital Games & Simulations
Executive 1/Research & Evaluation
Executive 2A/Digital Fabrication
Executive 2B/Virtual Schooling
Executive 3A/Development of Future Faculty
Executive 3B/Graduate Student Network
Executive 4/Technology Leadership
Grande Ballroom C/Newcomer Welcome
Coordinators: Dee Anna Willis & Karen McFerrin, Northwestern State Univ., USA;
Roberta Weber, Florida Atlantic Univ., USA
If this is your first SITE conference, please attend
9:00-10:00 AM
Grande Ballroom A/B
Welcome
SITE Program Chair, David Gibson
Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education, Arizona State Univ.,USA
Opening Keynote
You Want Me to do What? Moving Difficult People Like Me to
Technology for Learning and Performance
Allison Rossett
San Diego State University, USA
10:15-11:15 AM
Grande Ballroom A/Keynote Conversation (1 hr)
INTD
SITE 2010 Outstanding Paper Award winners
You Want Me to do What? Moving Difficult People Like Me to
Technology for Learning and Performance [29904]
Allison Rossett, San Diego State Univ., USA
Seabreeze 1/2/Panel
DE
Key Factors to a Successful Online Program (28298)
Feng-Qi Lai, Susan Kiger, Mark Jones, Indiana State Univ., USA; Steve
Yuen, The Univ. of Southern Mississippi, USA; Leping Liu, Univ. of
Nevada-Reno, USA
Nautilus 1/Full Papers
DE
DE
How a Design Model with Behaviorist Underpinnings can offer a
Framework for Learning, Anytime, Anywhere [27882]
Anjum Najmi, Univ. of North Texas, USA
Motivating Online Students with Tradebooks [27910]
Terence Cavanaugh, Univ. of North Florida, USA
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TUESDAY, MARCH 30 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Nautilus 2/Full Papers
Marina 3/Full Papers
DE
EVAL
K12
The Web Conferencing as a Pedagogical Tool: A Brazilian
Experience [28329]
Francisco Garonce, Gilberto Santos, Univ. de Brasília, Brazil
Service Teachers’ Attitudes and Preparation for the use of
Technology in Teaching Physical Education [27769]
Susana Juniu, Montclair State Univ., USA
Nautilus 3/Brief Papers
DE
DE
DE
Expanding the Role of VisualEyes: Developing STEM Content for
an XML-Based Online Interactive Spatial and Temporal Events
Browser [29778]
Daniel Tillman, Bill Ferster, Univ. of Virginia, USA
Design of Courseware Template for K-12 Teachers' Online Training
Program (27896)
Haisong Ye, Shanghai Normal Univ., China;Feng-Qi Lai, Indiana State
Univ., USA; Xianqing Bao, Shanghai Normal Univ. China
The Relationship between Synchronous Web Conferencing and
Course Satisfaction in a Blended Online Class [29818]
Hui-Wen Huang, Rodney McConnell, Univ. of Idaho, USA
Nautilus 4/Full Papers
INTD
INTD
Preservice English Teachers and Web 2.0: Teaching & Learning
Literacy with Digital Applications [27839]
Barbara Pace, Luke Rodesiler, Lauren Tripp, Univ. of Florida, USA
The Teaching of Abstract Concepts through Concrete Examples:
The Scaffolding Impact of Using Graphing Calculators in High
School Trigonometry Classes [28056]
Nancy Autin, Univ. of New Orleans, USA; Jeff Oescher, Robert Hancock,
SELU, USA
Nautilus 5/Full Papers
NPI
NPI
Problem-Based Instruction and Web 2.0, Meeting the Needs of the
21st Century Learner [27856]
Beth Bos, Kathryn Lee, Texas State Univ., USA
Improved Learning through Social Networking Tools [27911]
Sylvia Bembry, Carolyn Anderson, Winston-Salem State Univ., USA
EVAL
Marina 4/Symposium
EQ
EVAL
The Prevalence and Quality of Empirical Research on the NETS-T
1999-2009 [28311]
Jeremy Browne, The College at Brockport: State Univ. of New York, USA
Identifying the Characteristics of Photo Bloggers: An Exploratory
Study [28404]
Barbara McKenzie, Nancy Mims, Univ. of West Georgia, USA; Betul
Ozkan, Univ. of Arizona South, USA
ASSESS The Evolution of a “Home Grown” ePortfolio as an Assessment
Tool [27670]
Jeanne Herman, Joyce Aarsvold, Gustavus Adolphus College, USA
ASSESS Authentic Assessments with Technology: Using Blogs for
Assessing Teacher Candidates Professional Practices [28249]
Ilknur Kelceoglu, Indiana Univ. - Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC), USA
ASSESS Towards a Nationwide ICT Competence Based Curriculum for
Teacher Education [28248]
Aike van der Hoeff, Univ. Arnhem - Nijmegen of Applied Sciences,
Netherlands; Hans Pronk, INHOLLAND Univ. of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
ASSESS Digitizing the Feedback Experience [28033]
Jana Chapman, BYU Center for Teaching and Learning, USA
ASSESS Involving Preservice School Leaders and Teachers in Assessing
Pilot Electronic Portfolio Implementation [28067]
Minaz Fazal, New York Inst. of Tech., USA; Janet DeSimone, Leslie
Lieman, Lehman College, CUNY, USA
Executive 2A/2B/Roundtables (1 hr)
AE
DE
EVAL
Executive 3A/Full Papers
ASSESS A Qualitative Study of Public Wiki Use in a Teacher Education
Program [27925]
Vanessa Every, Gna Garcia, Michael Young, Univ. of Connecticut, USA
EVAL Factors Contributing to a Sustainable Implemetation of Digital
Media in Schools and Classrooms – Empirical Analyses and some
Consequences for Teacher Education [27838]
Birgit Eickelmann, TU Dortmund Univ., Germany
Executive 1/Full Papers
DV
DV
Choosing the Right Video Annotation Tool for the Job:
A Conceptual Framework [27754]
Peter Rich, BYU, USA; Tonya Tripp, Brigham Young Univ., USA
Authentic Learning at the Lake: An Approach to Graduate Level
Video Production [28266]
Jay Wilson, Univ. of Saskatchewan, Canada
8
Studying Abroad: Enhancing the Academic Experience with ICT
– Part 1 [28535]
Roberta Weber, Florida Atlantic Univ., USA; Roger Carlsen, Wright State Univ.,
USA; Ian Gibson, Macquarie Univ., Australia; Ann Fitzgibbon, Trinity College
Dublin, Ireland; Eric Dell, Univ. of Hertfordshire, UK; John Cuthell, Mirandanet, UK
Art Criticism: Online and Face-to-Face [29765]
Susan Miiller, Valerie Mittenberg, Linda Smith, State Univ. of New YorkNew Paltz, USA
Engaging Students in Interactive Online Discussions with
VoiceThread (an audio/blogging tool) [29811]
Kathleen Bacer, Azusa Pacific Univ., USA
Understanding Undergraduate Students’ Use of and Beliefs about
Technology [29618]
Liyan Song, Sarah Lohnes Watulak, Olga Kritskaya, Douglas Elmendorf,
Towson Univ., USA
11:30 AM-12:30 PM
Grande Ballroom A/Panel (1 hr)
DFF
The Academic Job Search Process: A Faculty Panel for Graduate
Students [27976]
Hugh Crumley, Duke Univ., USA; Elizabeth Langran, Fairfield Univ., USA;
Melanie Shoffner, Purdue Univ., USA; Ian Gibson, Macquarie Univ.,
Australia
Seabreeze 1/2/Brief Papers
GE
INTD
Executive 4/Symposium
INTL
Preparing the Next Generation for the World of Tomorrow using
Emerging Technologies – Part 1 [28244]
Bonnie Bracey Sutton, Emaginos, USA; Melanie Stegman, Federation of
American Scientists, USA; Ray Rose, Rose Smith Associates, USA; Bob
Plant, Univ. of Mississippi, USA; Henry Neeman, Univ. of Oklahoma, USA;
Diane Baxter, San Diego Supercomputing Center, USA
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
Grande Ballroom B/Full Papers
EVAL
eMINTS Professional Development Changes Pedagogical Practice
[28095]
Margaret Scordias, MRH School District & UMSL, USA; Carl Hoagland,
UMSL, USA; Mary Ferguson, Indiana State, USA
Rural Revision: Designing Online Professional Development in ESL
for Rural Teachers [28188]
Diane Rodriguez, East Carolina Univ., USA
DE
Educating Educators in the Constructive Use of Technologies for
Teaching and Learning [27332]
Iain Doherty, Mark Barrow, The Univ. of Auckland, New Zealand
Development and Evaluation of Nutrition-Educational System
Development and Evaluation of Nutrition: Educational System for
Elementary School Upper Classes [27704]
Hiroshi Nakayama, Kendo Emori, Tokyo Denki Univ., Japan
Inservice Mathematics Teachers’ Attitudes Towards Hybrid
Learning Environments [27855]
Heng-Yu Ku, Chatchada Akarasriworn, Univ. of Northern Colorado, USA
TUESDAY, MARCH 30 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Nautilus 1/Brief Papers
Executive 3A/Brief Papers
DE
NPI
DE
DV
Didactical Resource for Building a Concept Map Definition Inside
Any Educational Environment [27885]
Adriana Pacheco, Carlos M. Pacheco, Marta G. Ley, Univ. de
Guadalajara, Mexico
Ning in Education: Can Non-Commercial, Education-Based Social
Networking Sites Really Address the Privacy and Safety Concerns
of Educators? [28279]
Lori Holcomb, Kevin Brady, Bethany Smith, North Carolina State Univ., USA
An Action Research: When Digital Storytelling Meets Forensic
Science Education in an Online Learning Environment [28071]
Chi-liang Yu, Bernard Robin, Univ. of Houston, USA
Nautilus 2/Brief Papers
DE
DE
DE
Learning and Educating through Alternative Programs (LEAP):
Blending Online Classes, Face-to-Face Classes and Scholarship
Funds in an Effort to Recruit More Teachers in Mississippi [28434]
Matthew Boggan, Mississippi State Univ. (Meridian), USA
Blended Learning: Effective Technology and Methodology in
Higher Education [28026]
Eyal Laifer, Ilan Rahimi, Ono Academic College, Israel
Blackboard versus Wikis: What Is Your Preference? [28014]
Hsin-Te Yeh, Miri Chung, Metropolitan State College of Denver, USA; YiChia Cheng, Tamkang Univ., Taiwan
Nautilus 3/Full Papers
NPI
NPI
Teaching and Learning about Rubics using RubiStar [27696]
Linda Merillat, Arkansas State Univ., USA; Marilyn Ault, Univ. of KansasALTEC, USA
Developing Educator’s ICT Skills: Personalizing the Learning
Experience [27463]
Iain Doherty, Pauline Cooper, The Univ. of Auckland, New Zealand
NPI
DE
Executive 1/Brief Papers
NPI
NPI
NPI
DFF
DE
Developing Future Educational Technology Faculty: Creating an
Effective Model [28203]
Anne Tapp, Elizabeth Hansen, John Hansen, Robert Long, Saginaw Valley
State Univ., USA
Bringing Entrepreneurship into Graduate Teacher Education [28508]
Ana-Paula Correia, Wei Wang, Evrim Baran, Iowa State Univ., USA
Giving Foreign Language Learning a Second Life [28276]
Xiaokai Jia, Western Illinois Univ., USA; Xuemei Li, Xi'an Technological
Univ., China; Leaunda Hemphill, Western Illinois Univ., USA
Wiki Time International E-Learning [28400]
Allen Quesada, Univ. of Costa Rica, Costa Rica
Improving Writing Skills Using Blogging in the Elementary
Classroom: Choosing Tools They Use [28234]
Ronald McBride, Northwestern State Univ. of Louisiana, USA; Valerie
King, Bullard Elementary School, USA
Strategies for the use of Open-source Graphics, Animation, and
Video tools in STEM Education [28077]
Brian Giza, Univ. of Texas-El Paso, USA
Executive 4/Symposium
INTL
Studying Abroad: Enhancing the Academic Experience with ICT
– Part 2 [29963]
Roberta Weber, Florida Atlantic Univ., USA; Roger Carlsen, Wright State
Univ., USA; Ian Gibson, Macquarie Univ., Australia; Ann Fitzgibbon, Trinity
College Dublin, Ireland; Eric Dell, Univ. of Hertfordshire, UK; John Cuthell,
Mirandanet, UK
Marina 3/Brief Papers
DE
Nautilus 4/Brief Papers
DFF
Super-sized Social Studies: Using Web 2.0 Technologies to
Support Curriculum Integration [28291]
Candy Beal, Lori Holcomb, John Lee, North Carolina State Univ., USA
The Effects of E-Learning in Mathematics to College Students:
The Philippines Experience [27869]
Rosaly Alday, Alona Panaligan, Lyceum of the Philippines Univ., Philippines
Evaluation Environment Integrated in a LMS using a Fingerprint
Identification System [27800]
Rosario Gil, Manuel c, Gabriel Diaz, UNED, Spain; Akinori Nishihara,
CRADLE, Japan; Mudasser Wyne, National Univ.-San Diego, USA
EQ
GS
Does the Use of a Case Study Stimulate Critical Thinking in
Threaded Discussions? [29801]
Clarissa Rosas, College of Mount Saint Joseph, USA
The Impact of Technology Adoption on Urban School Practices
[29032]
Jared Keengwe, Univ. of North Dakota, USA; Albert Akyeampong, Ohio
Univ., USA
Immersive Learning in K-12 Schools: Success and Limitations
[29054]
Chris Carnahan, Indiana Univ. of Pennsylvania, USA
Marina 4/Symposium
Nautilus 5/Brief Papers
EQ
ASSESS Creation of a Portfolio System Based on Can-do Statements and
PDCA Cycle [29718]
Kahoko Matsumoto, Foreign Language Center, Tokai Univ., Japan
ASSESS Twenty-first Century Standards Drive Formative and Summative
Performance Assessment in a Reflective, Benchmarked eFolio
[27750]
Lorraine J Boyle, Bemidji State Univ., USA
ASSESS Effects of Web-Based Formative Assessment on Students’
Listening Achievement and Attitudes in a Large EFL Class [28082]
Somboon Chetchumlong, Burapha Univ., Thailand
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
Grande Ballroom B/Brief Papers
EVAL
EVAL
IL
Social Studies Scavenger Hunts: Teacher Candidates Sharing with
Elementary Students [27849]
Karen Johnson, West Chester Univ., USA
Game-based Learning vs. Traditional Instruction: A Meta-Analysis
of Thirty-Eight Studies from Taiwan [28070]
Yuen-kuang Liao, National Taiwan Normal Univ., Taiwan
Digital skills as a basis for TPCK [28151]
Leikny Ogrim, Oslo Univ. College, Norway
Preparing the Next Generation for the World of Tomorrow using
Emerging Technologies – Part 2 [29826]
Bonnie Bracey Sutton, Emaginos, USA; Melanie Stegman, Federation of
American Scientists, USA; Ray Rose, Rose Smith Associates, USA; Bob
Plant, Univ. of Mississippi, USA; Henry Neeman, Univ. of Oklahoma, USA;
Diane Baxter, San Diego Supercomputing Center, USA
ASSESS The Use of E-Portfolios for Assessment and Accreditation in
Higher Education [28323]
Rhoda Cummings, Cleborne D. Maddux, Univ. of Nevada-Reno, USA
ASSESS Development of an Shareware Online Portfolio System for
Preservice Teachers [28397]
Zafer Unal, USF St.Petersburg, USA; Aslihan Unal, Usak Univ., Turkey
DE
The Path to Open Source in Course Management Systems Used in
Distance Education Programs [27748]
Anthony Basile, John Murphy, D'Youville College, USA
DE
Effective Online Teachers: Excellence in a Virtual Environment
[27857]
Karen Sanders, Leanna Archambault, Arizona State Univ., USA
DE
Social Interactions within a Web 2.0 Learning Environment: The
Impact on Learner Social Presence [27868]
Debbie Steinman, Northern Arizona Univ., Yavapai College, USA
9
TUESDAY, MARCH 30 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Executive 2A/2B/Roundtables (1 hr)
Nautilus 5/Full Papers
DE
NPI
EVAL
NPI
Designing Optimal Supply Chain Strategies: A Teaching Case [27726]
Owen Hall, Jr., Pepperdine Univ. - GSBM, USA; Andrea Scott, Mark
Chun, Pepperdine Univ., USA
Teacher Candidates’ Attitudes and Perceptions towards Electronic
Portfolio Process [29714]
Cihad Demirli, Mehmet Gurol, Firat Univ., Turkey
Collaboration: New Possibilities with Information Technology [28213]
Caroline Akhras, Notre Dame Univ., Lebanon
Nautilus Foyer
Electronic & Assistive Technology Playground
Open: 12:00-1:30 PM
Lunch Break: 12:30-1:30 PM
NPI
Grande Ballroom B/Full Papers
EVAL
EVAL
1:30-2:30 PM
Grande Ballroom A/Invited Speaker (1 hr)
K12
Teaching and Assessing 21st Century Skills [29832]
Chris Dede, Harvard Univ., USA
Seabreeze 1/2/Panel (1 hr)
GS
Games, Sims and Virtual Worlds in K-20 STEM Education [28209]
Youwen Ouyang, California State Univ.-San Marcos, USA; Seung Yang,
Virginia State Univ., USA; Theresa Franklin, Ohio Univ., USA; Karen
Michaelson, Tincan, USA; Shelby Marge, Wilmington, USA; Ehsan Sheybani,
Virginia State Univ., USA; Katherine Hayden, California State Univ.-San
Marcos, USA; Sridhar Narayan, Gene Tagliarini, UNC Wilmington, USA
Nautilus 1/Full Papers
DE
DE
A Theory-based Needs Analysis Approach in the Design of an
Online Masters Program [27914]
Yasemin Demiraslan, Evrim Baran, Ann Thompson, Iowa State Univ., USA
Administrative Impacts on Digital Collaboration [27935]
Chia-Kun Lee, I-Shou Univ., Taiwan
Nautilus 2/Full Papers
DE
DE
Globalization, Education, and Technology in the Bahamas:
Differences in Outcome Measures of Students Trained in
Traditional and Online Instructional Settings [28364]
Ellinor Taylor-Stoval, Alliant International Univ., USA
Design Considerations for Task-based Foreign Language Teaching
Online [28367]
Robert Isaacson, Defense Language Inst., Monterey CA, USA
Nautilus 3/Full Papers
GS
Effects of Writing for Digital Storytelling on Writing Self-Efficacy
and Flow in Virtual Worlds [28021]
Yan Xu, Jooyeun Ahn, Korea National Univ. of Education, Korea (South)
GS
The Effects of Fantasy in an Educational Game Via Interest,
Intrinsic Motivation, and Storytelling on Student’s Academic
Achievements: A Path Analysis [28098]
Hyo-Jin Seo, Young-Kyun Baek, Korea National Univ. of Education, Korea
(South)
Nautilus 4/Full Papers
INTD
INTD
10
Variation in the Perceptibility of Correlations Between two Variables
Displayed on a Graph by Elementary and Middle School Students
[28097]
Haruhisa Yamaguchi, Okayama Shoka Univ., Japan; Yumi Yamaguchi,
Sanyo Gakuen Univ., Japan
Integrating Smartphone & Twitter into Course Content [28946]
Joseph Martinelli, Seton Hall Univ., USA
The World Has Changed – What About the Teacher? [27943]
Hanna Torp, TAMK Univ. of Applied Sciences/Vocational Teacher
Education Centre, Finland; Timo Nevalainen, TAMK Univ. of Applied
Sciences, Finland
Teacher’s Self-efficacy and the Integration of Web 2.0
Tool/Applications in K-12 Schools [27958]
Shu-Chien Pan, Teresa Franklin, Ohio Univ., Taiwan
Effectiveness of Text-to-Speech Software Features for Improving
Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, and Reading Rate of
Culturally Diverse High School Students in Hawaii [28406]
Kelly Roberts, Hye Jin Park, Kiriko Takahashi, Center on Disability
Studies, Univ. of Hawaii-Manoa, USA
Changing Landscapes: Rethinking Technology Practice in Teacher
Education for the 21st century from an Early Childhood Context
[28412]
Ian Gibson, Macquarie Univ.,-Sydney, Australia
Executive 3A/Full Papers
DV
DV
The Use of Digital Media in Minnesota Early Childhood
Classrooms [27795]
Michelle Beach, Paulette Stefanick, Southwest Minnesota State Univ., USA
Screencast and Vodcast: An Experience in Secondary Education
[27803]
Clara Coutinho, Minho Univ.–Braga,Portugal; Aurora Rocha, Univ. do
Porto, Portugal
Executive 1/Full Papers
ASSESS Training or Not? How to Prepare Preservice Teachers for
Web-Based Peer Assessment [28268]
Lan Li, Bowling Green State Univ., USA; Allen Steckelberg, Univ. of
Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
ASSESS The Influence of Guidance on the Quality of Professional
Development Plans [27874]
Sandra Jansen, Karel Kreijns, Theo Bastiaens, Sjef Stijnen, Open Univ. of
the Netherlands, Netherlands
Executive 4/Full Papers
DV
DV
Emphasizing Academic Rigor, Production Value, and the
Storytelling of Digital Video Narratives [28217]
Philip Molebash, Loyola Marymount Univ., USA; Lance Ochsner, Loyola
High School of Los Angeles, USA
Inservice Teachers and Technology Integration: Digital Storytelling
Reduces Teachers’ Management Concerns in the Concerns-Based
Adoption Model (CBAM) [27908]
Janice W. Butler, Univ. of Texas-Brownsville, USA
Marina 3/Full Papers
DV
DV
Digital Storytelling and its Practical Usages as a Dissemination
Tool [28494]
Sunhong Hwang, Brian Plankis, Univ. of Houston, USA
Identity, Efficacy, and Inclusion in the Classroom through Digital
Storytelling [28476]
Teshia Roby, California State Polytechnic Univ.,-Pomona, USA
TUESDAY, MARCH 30 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Marina 4/Symposium
Seabreeze 1/2/Panel (1 hr)
DE
INTD
INTD
EVAL
EVAL
Perspectives on E-Learning: A Symposium – Part 1 [28348]
James Marshall, San Diego State Univ., USA; Michael Barbour, Wayne
State Univ., Canada; Tufan Adiguzel, Bahcesehir Univ., Turkey & Texas
A&M University, USA; Ron Costello, Pennsylvania State Univ.-Abington,
USA; Linda Wood, The Art Inst. of Atlanta, USA
Perspectives on E-Learning Symposium: Virtual Worlds:
Affordances and Barriers for Higher Education Faculty in the
Classroom [29948]
Linda Wood, The Art Inst. of Atlanta, USA
Perspectives on E-Learning: Development and Challenges of K-12
Online Learning [29959]
Michael Barbour, Wayne State Univ., USA
Exploring E-Learning through the Eyes of Practicing Professionals
[29953]
James Marshall, San Diego State Univ., USA
Nautilus 1/Brief Papers
INTD
INTD
K12
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
DE
DE
DE
DE
DE
Education Impacts on Underserved Groups from Next Generation
Computing: Surface, Tangible, Social, and Synchronous
Collaborative Computing [27933]
David Cowsert, Utah State Univ., USA
Using Techonolgy to Promote Linguistic Competence and Cultural
Awareness of Preservice Foreign Language Teachers [28013]
Suzi Cavalari, Sao Paulo State Univ., Brazil
Universal Design for Learning in Online University Courses:
A 5-Year Study of Learning Styles, Personality Types and
Instructional Preferences [28029]
Melissa Engleman, Karen Voytecki, East Carolina Univ., USA
A Preliminary Investigation into Pedagogical and Practical
Difficulties Encountered by University Faculty in Online Teaching
[28030]
Karen Voytecki, Melissa Engleman, Tara Jeffs, East Carolina Univ., USA
Faculty Development in the Use of Blended Learning [28064]
Janna Wrench, Carrianne Hayslett, Ed O'Sullivan, Heidi Schweiizer,
Marquette Univ., USA
INTD
NPI
DE
WordPress as a Mobile Learning Environment [28312]
Kyle Dickson, Mike Wiggins, Dwayne Harapnuik, Abilene Christian Univ., USA
Transformative Teaching and Learning: A 21st Century Model
Middle School English/Language Arts Classroom [29607]
John Solis, Richland School District Two, USA; Candice Walsh, Longleaf
Middle School, USA
The Personal Web: Emerging and Evolving Uses for Extant and
Developing Technology [29720]
David Wood, Victoria Brown, Florida Atlantic Univ., USA
The Effect of Modeling Approaches in Collaborative Learning:
Online Discussion Board for Preservice Teachers [28516]
Anna Lee, Rutgers Univ., USA; Sunghee Shin, Queens College, CUNY, USA
INTD
WE
ITE
DV
K12
DE
Skypapalooza! How the West Virginia Animation Festival used
Skype and Streaming Video to Connect Remote Student
Participants to the Live Awards Event [27831]
James Haizlett, West Liberty Univ., USA
Using Technology to Differentiate Instruction and make Online
Content Accessible to all Learners [27719]
Stein Brunvand, Heidi Abadeh, Univ. of Michigan-Dearborn, USA
Teaching with Electronic Reading Devices [29751]
Eva Siegenthaler, Rudolf Groner, Swiss Distance Univ. of Applied
Sciences, Switzerland
Technology Integration Barriers in K-12 Urban Classrooms [29028]
Jared Keengwe, Univ. of North Dakota, USA; Albert Akyeampong, Ohio
Univ., USA
National Center for Women & IT: Free, Research-Based Resources
for Gender Parity [29747]
Lecia Barker, Univ. of Texas, USA
Digital Literacy in the School, Empowering Communities of
Practice [28066]
Janeth Velasquez, Margarita Vargas, Univ. Distrital Francisco Jose de
Caldas, Colombia
Nautilus 3/Brief Papers
DE
DE
DE
Examination of the Production Process for Arabic Grammar Video
Lessons [28365]
Robert Isaacson, Amgad Ishak, Defense Language Inst., Monterey CA, USA
A Systematic Approach to Teaching Health Education Students to
Design Social Networking Sites (SNSs) [27992]
Diane Hamilton-Hancock, Leaunda Hemphill, Western Illinois Univ., USA
Is Informational Material Shared Between K-12 Professionals on
Twitter Supported by Research? [28418]
Jennifer Elliott, Univ. of Virginia, USA; Chris Craft, Univ. of South Carolina,
USA; David Feldon, Univ. of Virginia, USA
Nautilus 4/Brief Papers
IL
IL
GE
2:45-3:45 PM
Grande Ballroom A/Brief Papers
Integration of Emerging Technologies: Use of the Amazon Kindle
DX Wireless Electronic Reading Device to Examine Student
Engagement with Course-Based Texts [28185]
Jon Clausen, Aaron Bruewer, Ball State Univ., USA; Jody Britten, Metiri
Group, USA
A Web-Based Lesson Plan Creator for Teaching Preparation
Programs [28340]
Xinhang Shao, Ngoc Lam-Miller, Susan Courey, Kazunori Okada, San
Francisco State Univ., USA
How are Teacher Web Sites Evolving to Meet the Needs of the
21st Century? [28254]
Jennifer Tingen, NCSU, USA; Lauren Philbeck, Holly Ridge Elementary,
USA; Lori Holcomb, NCSU, USA
Nautilus 2/Brief Papers
Executive 2A/2B/Roundtables (1 hr)
INTD
What Do We Teach the Teachers about Technology? [28078]
Elizabeth Hansen, Anne Tapp, Saginaw Valley State Univ., USA; Stuart
Rubin, Spawars Systems Center, USA
A Whodunit in Two Acts: An Online Murder Mystery that Enhances
Library and Internet Search Skills [28446]
Janice W. Butler, Univ. of Texas-Brownsville, USA
From Searching to Social Bookmarking and Tagging: An
Examination of the Habits of Preservice Teachers [28448]
Raymond Pastore, Bloomsburg Univ., USA
NetGens and Social Media: Educating Teacher Candidates [28300]
Paula Furr, Karen McFerrin, Steve Horton, Darlene Williams,
Northwestern State Univ., USA
Nautilus 5/Panel (1 hr)
NPI
Blending Online and On-Site Spaces and Communities:
Developing Effective Practices [28974]
Niki Davis, Julie Mackey, Ann Mcgrath, Donna Morrow, Lawrence
Walker, Nicki Dabner, Univ. of Canterbury, New Zealand
11
TUESDAY, MARCH 30 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Grande Ballroom B/Brief Papers
Marina 4/Symposium
GE
DE
GE
GE
From Failing to Effective Schools: Louisiana’s School Turnaround
Specialist Program [28288]
Vickie Gentry, Wendell Wellman, Nelda Wellman, Paula Furr, Kimberly
McAlister, Martha Rhymes, Northwestern State Univ., USA; Ben LaGrone,
NSU Middle Lab School, USA
Developing Online Communities by Means of Group Counseling
Strategies [28305]
Paula Christensen, Northwestern State Univ. of Louisiana, USA
STEM Education in Higher Education and K-12 Schools [28529]
Amy S. C. Leh, California State Univ. San Bernardino, USA
Executive 3A/Brief Papers
INTL
NPI
VS
Digital Divides: Experiences and Beliefs of Education Students in
Ireland [28121]
Ann FitzGibbon, Carina Girvan, Elizabeth Oldham, Hilary Mc Loughlin,
Trinity College, Univ. of Dublin, Ireland
21st Century TLC for Children: Textiles, Learning and
Computational Materials [28176]
Deirdre Butler, Eimear O'Callaghan, St. Patrick's College, Dublin City
Univ., Ireland
The Chester Area Cyber School: How Distance Learning
Technology Successfully Transformed High School Completion for
Hutterite Students [28449]
Allen Whitlatch, South Dakota State Univ., USA; Maren Fischer, Chester
Area Cyber School, USA
Perspectives on E-Learning: A Symposium – Part 2 [29825]
James Marshall, San Diego State Univ., USA; Michael Barbour, Wayne
State Univ., Canada; Tufan Adiguzel, Bahcesehir Univ., Turkey & Texas
A&M Univ., USA; Ron Costello, Pennsylvania State Univ.-Abington, USA;
Linda Wood, The Art Inst. of Atlanta, USA
ASSESS Perspectives on E-Learning Symposium: Modeling Representative
and Adaptive E-Learning Environments [29940]
Tufan Adiguzel, Bahcesehir Univ., Turkey & Texas A&M Univ., USA
DFF
Perspectives on E-Learning Symposium: Faculty Development in
Online Learning & E-Learning Engagement [29945]
Ron Costello, Penn State Univ.-Abington, USA
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
DE
DE
DE
DE
Executive 1/Brief Papers
EVAL
EVAL
SE
Student Teacher Use of Technology to Facilitate Teaching and
Learning [27967]
Rebecca Ruth Stobaugh, Michael McDonald, Janet Lynne Tassell,
Western Kentucky Univ., USA
A Gulf Perspective to Using a Blended Learning Approach to
Motivate Students in an Outcome-Based University [27870]
Abdallah Tubaishat, Azzedine Lansari, Zayed Univ., United Arab Emirates
Physics and Biology via the Internet: A Study of Hiroshima and
Nagasaki [27858]
Sandy Watson, Univ. of TN-Chattanooga, USA
Executive 4/Brief Papers
ECE
EVAL
EVAL
The Influence That Data Display Format has on Elementary School
Students’ Judgment [28435]
Haruhisa Yamaguchi, Okayama Shoka Univ., Japan; Yumi Yamaguchi,
Sanyo Gakuen Univ., Japan
Project STIMMULIS: Science Teachers Integrating Mathematical
Modeling for Undergraduate Learning and Instruction in Schools
[28025]
William Robertson, David Carrejo, Univ. of Texas-El Paso, USA
The Prevalence, Perceived Barriers and Benefits of Open Source
Software in K-12 Public Schools in Southwest Ohio [27825]
Jason Abbitt, Darrel Davis, Miami Univ., USA
Executive 2A/2B/Roundtables (1 hr)
NPI
SOC
SPE
SOC
LEAD
EVAL
12
The U.S. Plan for Science, Math, and Technology Education [29717]
Md Mokter Hossain, Michael G. Robinson, Univ. of Nevada-Reno, USA
A Longitudinal Study of Technology Infusion in a Major Teaching
Institution, Year 8 [29779]
Carolyn Awalt, Brian Giza, Univ. of Texas-El Paso, USA
Effect of Medium on Student Knowledge Retention and Concept
Application in an Online Learning Environment [29749]
Jonathan McKeown, Florida State Univ., USA
Podcasts for esl Listening Classes [29754]
Cennet Altiner, Iowa State Univ., USA
Using Webquest in Teaching Environmental Education in Vietnam
[29713]
Thy Tran, VVOB Vietnam, Viet Nam
IRIS Center Materials for Education Professionals [29345]
Roxanne Watson, Sue Robb, Sue Robb, IRIS West - Claremont Graduate
Univ., USA
Digitizing History for Pre- and Inservice Teachers at the Graduate
Level [27969]
Scott Waring, Univ. of Central Florida, USA
Beverage Break: 3:45-4:00 PM
4:00-5:00 PM
Grande Ballroom A/Brief Papers
EVAL
EVAL
Marina 3/Brief Papers
LEAD
Distance Education in Teacher Preparation Programs: A Baseline
for Instructional Decision Making [28284]
Laura Frazier, Mount St. Mary Univ./Towson Univ., USA; William Sadera,
Towson Univ., USA
A Comparison of BlackBoard and Moodle for the Teaching and
Learning of Educational Technology Courses [28287]
Zafer Unal, USF St. Petersburg, USA; Aslihan Unal, Usak Univ., Turkey
Teaching Strategies for Second Life and other Virtual Worlds
[28474]
Carolyn Lowe, Northern Michigan Univ., USA
The Influence of Technology on Learning Opportunities in Virtual
Education [28541]
Dawn Iwamoto, Univ. of Phoenix, USA
EVAL
Visualizer Usage in Elementary Schools: A Case Study [27934]
Yuen-kuang Liao, Yen-cha Wang, Yun-Ju Chen, Yi-Hui Liu, Wei Ya Lung,
National Taiwan Normal Univ., Taiwan
Science Teachers’ Search Behaviors, Resource Preferences, and
Classroom Technology [29729]
Lecia Barker, Univ. of Texas, USA
Making Science Real: Exploring the Integration of a Novel
Multimedia Resource [29732]
Chris Astall, Lindsey Conner, Univ. of Canterbury, New Zealand
Seabreeze 1/2/Full Papers
DE
Setting the Example: Role Modeling in an Online Class [28278]
Robyn Hill, Peter Serdyukov, National Univ., USA
TUESDAY, MARCH 30 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Nautilus 1/Full Papers
Executive 4/Full Papers
DE
ASSESS Alternative Certification: An Effective Model of Online Supported
Teacher Education [28345]
Bishop Carolyn, Christopher Foster, CalStateTEACH, California State Univ.
Fullerton, USA
ASSESS One Department’s Approach to Program Assessment [28356]
Leaunda Hemphill, Hoyet Hemphill, Donna McCaw, Western Illinois Univ.,
USA
DE
Online Conversations with Peers and with an Expert Mentor: [27956]
Priscilla Norton, Dawn Hathaway, George Mason Univ., USA
An Assessment of the Ownership, Usage, and, Access of
Communication Technology, Software and Hardware by
Undergraduate Students in the Communications Media
Department at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania [27973]
Jay Start, Mark Piwinsky, Richard Lamberski, Indiana Univ. of
Pennsylvania, USA
Nautilus 2/Full Papers
DE
DE
How Can Digital Didactic Objects Be Designed to Support the
Learning of Mathematics? [28405]
Janet Bowers, Nadine Bezuk, Karen Aguilar, Steve Klass, San Diego
State Univ., USA
Engaging Urban Online Students Through Instructor Social
Presence [28408]
Roseanne Macias, Terry Inglese, Univ. of California,-Santa Barbara, USA
Nautilus 3/Full Papers
GS
GS
Integrating Simulations into Physics Instruction: A Report on
Practice and Research [28099]
Dorothy Langley, Holon Inst. of Tech., Israel
Design for Game Based Learning Platforms – In a Global
Perspective [28106]
Birgitte Holm Sørensen, Bente Meyer, DPU/Aarhus Univ., Denmark
Nautilus 4/Full Papers
INTD
INTD
The Influence of a Technology-Based Internship on First-Year
Teachers’ Instructional Decision-Making [28215]
Curby Alexander, Univ. of Illinois at Springfield, USA; Willy Kjellstrom,
Univ. of Virginia, USA
Evaluation of Learning Objects From Different Aspects of
Effectiveness: Learning, Learning Object Benefit, and Learning
Object Quality [28280]
Kursat Arslan, Erciyes Univ., Turkey
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
DFF
DV
DV
DFF
Transitions to Academia: Publishing in the Journal of Technology
and Teacher Education (JTATE) [28108]
Debra Sprague, George Mason Univ., USA; Peter Albion, Univ. of Southern
Queensland, Australia; Rick Ferdig, Kent State Univ., USA; Cleborne
Maddux, Univ. of Nevada-Reno, USA; Kathy Bohnstedt, George Mason
Univ., USA
Back to the 50’s: A Digital Look at Historical Fact and Fiction [27805]
Constance Golden, Dorothy Erb, Marietta College, USA
Through the Looking Glass [27892]
Donald Davis, Texas State Univ., USA
Evaluating K-12 1:1 Laptop Initiatives [27988]
Sean Lancaster, Andrew Topper, Grand Valley State Univ., USA
5:00-6:00 PM
Executive 3a/3b/Consultative Council Meeting
6:30-7:30 PM
Lanai
California Beach & Surf Theme
Welcome Reception!
Nautilus 5/Full Papers
NPI
NPI
Web 2.0 in a Preservice Math Methods Course: Teacher
Candidates’ Perceptions and Predictions [27978]
Shannon Guerrero, Northern Arizona Univ., USA
Web 2.0 Tools in a CORE Curriculum Course [27996]
Joseph Martinelli, Debra Zinicola, Seton Hall Univ., USA
Grande Ballroom B/Full Papers
EVAL
EVAL
Effect of Problem Type and Problem Difficulty on Problem Solving
in Face-to-Face and Computer-Mediated Environments [28420]
Zhaohui Sheng, Western Illinois Univ., USA
Teaching Copyright and “Fair-Use” Guidelines and How to Apply
Them: A Study of 94 Preservice Teacher Education Candidates
[28424]
Kathleen Bowes, Antonia D'Onofrio, Widener Univ., USA
Wear your aloha shirt and tropical outfits!
All attendees welcome!
Executive 3A/Full Papers
DV
DV
Using Video to Inform and Revise Pedagogical Practices of
Female Mathematics Teachers [28275]
Tetyana Berezovski, Teri Sosa, Saint Joseph's Univ., USA
Storymapping Silk From the Sky: Using Technology to Illuminate
Place-Based Narratives [27875]
Robert Sanders, Eric Groce, Linda Pacifici, Allyson McFalls, Appalachian
State Univ., USA
Executive 1/Full Papers
K12
K12
Tasks 2.0: Education Meets Social Computing and Mass
Collaboration [28224]
Andreas Lund, Ingvill Rasmussen, Univ. of Oslo, Norway
Using SmartBoard in Teaching Social Stories to Students with
Autism [28251]
Joy Xin, Rowan Univ., USA
13
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31
8:00 - 9:00 AM
Nautilus 3/Brief Papers
EVAL
EVAL
Grande Ballroom Foyer/Beverage Break: 8:00-9:00 AM
Special Interest Group (SIG) Meetings
All are invited and welcome to attend.
Information Technology
Marina 4/Graduate Education & Faculty Development
Marina 5/Information Literacy Education (Library Sci.)
Executive 1/International Education
Executive 3A/Digital Storytelling/Video
Executive 4/New Possibilities
Teacher Education
Marina 3/Technological, Pedagogical & Content Knowledge (TPACK)
EVAL
Nautilus 4/Full Papers
INTD
INTD
Grande Ballroom C/Newcomer Welcome
Coordinators: Dee Anna Willis & Karen McFerrin, Northwestern State Univ., USA;
Roberta Weber, Florida Atlantic Univ., USA
If this is your first SITE conference, please attend
9:00-10:00 AM
10:15-11:15 AM
Grande Ballroom A/Keynote Conversation (1 hr)
INTD
NPI
LEAD
INTD
INTD
NPI
Costing Models for Estimating the Development and Maintenance
of Distance Education Programs in Colleges of Education [29703]
Marwin Britto, Central Washington Univ., USA
Talking About the Elephant in the Room: The Role of Assessment in
the Integration of ICT in the English Language Arts Classroom [29600]
Jane Chin, Queen's Univ., Canada
Evaluating the Impact of a Virtual Environment Tool for the English
Classroom [29068]
Jon Saklofske, Acadia Univ., Canada; Gregory MacKinnon, Acadia Univ.,Nova Scotia, Canada
EVAL
EVAL
DE
A Comparison of Written and Audio Commentary in an Online
Composition Class [27995]
Andrew Cavanaugh, Liyan Song, Towson Univ., USA
Experiences of Integrating Formative Feedback in an Online
Educational Research Course [28004]
Yuliang Liu, Southern Illinois Univ.-Edwardsville, USA
Nautilus 2/Full Papers
DE
GS
14
Using Social Networks to Enhance Preservice Teachers’
Understanding of Professional Identity [28409]
Candace Figg, Camille Rutherford, Brock Univ., Canada
Social Learning through the Avatar in the Virtual World: The Effect
of Experience Type and Personality Type on Achievement
Motivation [28160]
Hyeseon Choi, Korea National Univ. of Education, Korea (South)
Teacher Professional Development - An Empirical Analysis of
ICT-related Teacher Cooperation from a School Improvement
Perspective [28227]
Renate Schulz-Zander, Birgit Eickelmann, Inst. for School Development
Research, TU Dortmund Univ., Germany
A Studio Approach to Teaching Web Technologies [28525]
Xuesong (Sonya) Zhang, California State Univ.-Fresno, USA; Lorne
Olfman, Claremont Graduate Univ., USA
Executive 3A/Full Papers
GS
IL
Nautilus 1/Full Papers
DE
The Impact of an Innovative Technological Teaching Tool on the
Perceptions, Learning and Cognition of Students in an Electrical
Engineering Program [28167]
Dianna L. Newman, The Univ. at Albany/SUNY, USA; Gary Clure, The
Univ. at Albany/Evaluation Consortium, USA; Jane Rodd, Meghan Morris,
Univ. at Albany/SUNY, USA
A Youth-Focused, Participatory Design Methodology for
Educational Technology Development [28233]
Sarita Pillai, Education Development Center, Inc., USA
Grande Ballroom B/Full Papers
Remix Culture for Learning [29907]
Erin Reilly, Univ. of Southern California, USA
Seabreeze 1/2/Brief Papers
Teacher Development through Participation in a Virtual
Community of Support and Communication [28407]
Therese Laferriere, Laval Univ., Canada
Tapping Student Creativity and Enthusiasm with Digital Storytelling
in the K-12 Science Classroom: Guiding Success Stories and
Avoiding Hollywood [28440]
Brian Plankis, Reef Stewardship Foundation, USA; Sun Hwang, Univ. of
Houston, USA
Nautilus 5/Full Papers
Grande Ballroom A/B
Keynote
Remix Culture for Learning
Erin Reilly
University of Southern California, USA
Planning Frameworks and Their Effect on Student Teaching [29080]
Ottolene Ricord, Carolyn Bowles, Vancouver Island Univ., Canada
Educational Technology for Developing ESOL Language Skills:
Inspiration from an Experimental Research [28957]
John Ronghua Ouyang, Univ. of orth Florida, USA; Zhiyuan Chen,
Appalachian State Univ., USA; John Ronghua Ouyang, Univ. of North Florida,
USA; Zhiyuan Chen, Appalachian State Univ., USA; Pedro Fidel Martinez
Coronado, Pedro Fidel Martinez Coronado, Normal School of the State of
Pue, Mexico
The Comparison of Perception and Attitude Towards Internet Among
Elementary Students and their Parents Who Use Internet [28136]
Pinar Bayhan, Sibel Ozkizikli, Hacettepe Univ., Turkey
A Social Semiotic Perspective to Knowledge on Games, Gaming
and Education [28134]
Janaina Minelli Oliveira, Eliana E. Gallardo Echenique, Oscar Daniel
Gómez Cruz, Ferley Ramos Geliz, Univ. Rovira i Virgili, Spain
Designing Professional Development for 21st Century Learning
[27842]
Melissa Kibrick, Elizabeth van Es, Mark Warschauer, Univ. of California,Irvine, USA
Executive 1/Full Papers
DE
DE
Integrating Synchronous (Real-Time) Instruction into a
Fundamentally Asynchronous Online Curriculum - The Example
Provided by University of Maryland University College [27865]
James Stewart, Univerity of Maryland Univ. College, USA
Interaction and Other Variables as Predictors of Student
Satisfaction in Online Learning Environments [28293]
Yu-Chun Kuo, Andrew Walker, Kerstin Schroder, Utah State Univ., USA
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Executive 4/Full Papers
Nautilus 1/Full Papers
TPACK The Decision-Making Processes of Preservice Teachers as they
Integrate Technology [28399]
Charles R. Graham, Nicolette Burgoyne, Jered Borup, Brigham Young
Univ., USA
TPACK Differentiating TPACK Development: Using Learning Activity Types
with Inservice and Preservice Teachers [28416]
Mark Hofer, Judith Harris, College of William and Mary, USA
ASSESS Building Lesson Study Communities to Support Teacher
Collaboration for Professional Development [27975]
Yukari Kato, Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Tech., Japan
DE
Rigorous Measurement of Online Professional Learning Using
Student Reading Gains [28481]
Kirk Vandersall, Arroyo Research Services, USA
Marina 3/Full Papers
INTD
K12
K12
What is Educational Robotics? Theories behind it and practical
implementation [27863]
Amy Eguchi, Bloomfield College, USA
Making Teacher Learning Visible [27912]
Pamela Whitehouse, West Virginia Univ., USA
Nautilus 2/Brief Papers
INTD
Marina 4/Symposium
TPACK Strategies for Teacher Professional Development on TPACK –
Part 1 [27764]
Joke Voogt, Univ. of Twente, Netherlands; Ann Thompson, Iowa State
Univ., USA; Punya Mishra, Michigan State Univ., USA; Petra Fisser, Univ. of
Twente, Netherlands; Ghaida Allayar, Public Authority of Applied Education
and Training, Kuwait; Douglas Agyei, Univ. of Cape Coast, Ghana; Matthew
Koehler, Tae Seob Shin, Leigh Graves Wolf, Mike DeSchryver, Michigan
State Univ., USA; Denise Schmidt, Evrim Baran, Iowa State Univ., USA
Marina 5/Full Papers
DE
DE
Learner Created Leaning Contents (LCLC) as an Instructional
Strategy: Tools and Practices in Online Learning [28479]
Jung Lim, Sanghoon Park, Northwestern State Univ., USA
Writing Presence: Making Absence Present in Online Pedagogy
[28061]
Judith Enriquez, Univ. of North Texas, USA
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
DV
DV
DV
EE
GE
How to run a Video Embedded Classroom Study: Practices of
INSPIRE [28181]
Johannes Strobel, Wei Liu, Purdue Univ., USA
Digital Storytelling: Strategies Using VoiceThread [28484]
Susan Elwood, Texas A&M Univ. Corpus Christi, USA
Using Digital Video for Meta Reflection in Student Teaching [28438]
Matthew Stuve, Ball State Univ., USA; Julie Biddle, Princeton Community
Schools, USA; Megan Noel, Ball State Univ., USA
An Evolution of Video-case Methodology in a Web 2.0
Environment [28381]
David Byrum, Elizabeth Stephens, Texas State Univ.-San Marcos, USA
A Hybrid Gradaute Education Experience – Sakai Phase II [28207]
Marietta Daulton, Walsh Univ., USA
INTD
Nautilus 3/Brief Papers
DFF
Modeling Best Presentation Practices: Applying Visual Literacy in
Higher Ed [28226]
Hugh Crumley, Duke Univ., USA
NPI
Exploring the Use of Social Networking in the College Classroom
[27775]
Hsiu-Ting Hung, National Kaohsiung First Univ. of Science and Tech.,
Taiwan; Steve Chi-Yin Yuen, The Univ. of Southern Mississippi, USA
TPACK Raising the Bar for 21st Century Teacher Preparation [27909]
Mark Warner, Cherry Steffen, Jim Cope, Kennesaw State Univ., USA
Nautilus 4/Brief Papers
DE
DE
DE
DE
GS
The Development of an Intuitive AJAX-Based Learning
Management System for High School Teaching and Empirical
Usability Analysis [28483]
Satidchoke Phosaard, Suranaree Univ. of Tech., Thailand
Cartoon-based Teaching Simulation for Reflective Improvement of
Lesson Plans in Preservice Teacher Training [29738]
Toshio Mochizuki, Senshu Univ., Japan; Yoshihiko Kubota, Joetsu Univ. of
Education, Japan; Hideyuki Suzuki, Ibaraki Univ., Japan
Seabreeze 1/2/Symposium
INTL
A Global Look at the Future of Teaching: How Will ICT Impact
Nations? – Part 1 [28537]
Roberta Weber, Florida Atlantic Univ., USA; Marilyn Leask, Brunel Univ.,
UK; Christina Preston, Mirandanet, UK; Kari Kumpulainen, Univ. of Oulu,
Finland; Niki Davis, Univ. of Canterbury, New Zealand; Elizabeth Oldham,
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
The Distribution Power of Online Instruction [28321]
Yuliang Liu, Southern Illinois Univ.-Edwardsville, USA
Instructor Immediacy and Social Presence in Online, Audio
Sessions: Implications for Podcasting [28521]
Maria Schutt, SDSU, USA
Using Discussions in a Virtual World: Student Perceptions [28452]
Carolyn Lowe, Northern Michigan Univ., USA
Nautilus 5/Brief Papers
DE
GS
GE
11:30 AM-12:30 PM
Grande Ballroom A/Full Papers
Supporting Preservice Teachers as They Use Technology to Teach
Children [28362]
Dana Arrowood, Ruth A. Davis, Peggy Semingson, The Univ. of TexasArlington, USA; Michele Maldonado, Northeast Lakeview College, USA
Growing up Digital: Supporting Digital Natives to Learn
Meaningfully [28554]
Albert Akyeampong, Ohio Univ., USA; Jared Keengwe, Univ. of North
Dakota, USA
Understanding and Engaging Millennial Students in a Computer
Literacy Course: A Case Study [28068]
Hang Chen, Johnson C. Smith Univ., USA
Learning Management Systems as Sites of Surveillance, Control,
and Corporatization: A Review of the Critical Literature [27371]
Catherine Adams, Univ. of Alberta, Canada
Learning in MUVEs&Really? [28544]
Melissa A. Thomeczek, Southern Illinois Univ.-Edwardsville, USA
Accepting the Challenge of Multimedia Integration into Alternative
Certification Programs: How We Did It [28270]
Vickie Gentry, Darlene Williams, Kioh Kim, Sanghoon Park, Cole Gentry,
Terrie McCallister, Northwestern State Univ., USA
Grande Ballroom B/Brief Papers
INTD
INTD
GE
Teaching in Second Life: Students and Instructors’ Perceptions
[27880]
Jiuguang Feng, Liyan Song, Towson Univ., USA
Teaching Students Personal and Social Responsibility: An
“Engaged Pedagogy” with Instructional Technologies [27691]
Gouri Banerjee, Emmanuel College, USA
How Course Management Systems Affect Online Teaching: A Pilot
Study [27944]
Mei-Ying Elaine Lin, Sue Espinoza, Jason Lee Davis, Texas A&M Univ.Commerce, USA
15
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Executive 3A/Brief Papers
Differences in Preferences Within Virtual World E-Learning
Environments Between Online and Blended Cohorts [29711]
Paul Wallace, Appalachian State Univ., USA
TPACK A Case Study of Investigating Preservice Mathematics Teachers’
Initial Use of the Next-Generation TI-Nspire Graphing Calculators
with Regard to TPACK [28423]
Orhan Curaoglu, Middle East Technical Univ., Turkey; Lingguo Bu, Lydia
Dickey, Hyewon Kim, Florida State Univ., USA; Recep Cakir, Amasya
Univ., Turkey
INTL
Teaching Together: Global Partnerships to Improve Education
[28496]
Kathy Smart, Donna Pearson, Sue Offutt, Univ. of North Dakota, USA
EVAL
GS
EVAL
IL
EVAL
Executive 1/Brief Papers
INTD
INTD
DV
An Examination of Education Faculty Professional Web Sites:
Purpose, Currency, Content [27758]
Judy Donovan, Minn State Univ Mankato, USA
Thinking Maps Across the Curriculums [28514]
Michelle L. Mc Allister, David J. Rago, Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas, USA
Using Video and Hypertext Media to Improve K-8 Science Teacher
Content Knowledge [28285]
Grinell Smith, San Jose State Univ., USA
Executive 4/Brief Papers
NPI
NPI
EVAL
Utilizing Elluminate® to Provide Professional Development for
School Staff in the Pacific Region: “Bridge Events” in Regional
Educational Lab-Pacific [28232]
Scott Keir, Javier Elizondo, Pacific Resources for Education and Learning
(PREL), USA
Virtualized Computer Lab [27708]
Li Chao, Univ. of Houston-Victoria, USA
Enhancing Students Online Interactions in Online Learning
Environment [28166]
Wei-Ying Hsiao, Southern Utah Univ., USA
Lunch Break: 12:30-1:30 PM
1:30-2:30 PM
Grande Ballroom A/Invited Speaker (1 hr)
DFF
INTL
TPACK Strategies for Teacher Professional Development on TPACK –
Part 2 [29829]
Joke Voogt, Univ. of Twente, Netherlands; Ann Thompson, Iowa State
Univ., USA; Punya Mishra, Michigan State Univ., USA; Petra Fisser, Univ. of
Twente, Netherlands; Ghaida Allayar, Public Authority of Applied Education
and Training, Kuwait; Douglas Agyei, Univ. of Cape Coast, Ghana; Matthew
Koehler, Tae Seob Shin, Leigh Graves Wolf, Mike DeSchryver, Michigan
State Univ., USA; Denise Schmidt, Evrim Baran, Iowa State Univ., USA
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
INTD
16
Learning and Teaching in Technology: A Case Study in a Basic
Physical Education Classroom in Taiwan [27872]
Shan-Hui Hsu, National Cheng Kung Univ., Taiwan; Jepkorir Rose
Chepyator-Thomson, Univ. of Georgia, USA; Hao-Lun Kuo, National Cheng
Kung Univ., Taiwan
A Global Look at the Future of Teaching: How Will ICT Impact
Nations? – Part 2: [29964]
Roberta Weber, Florida Atlantic Univ., USA; Marilyn Leask, Brunel Univ.,
UK; Christina Preston, Mirandanet, UK; Kari Kumpulainen, Univ. of Oulu,
Finland; Niki Davis, Univ. of Canterbury, New Zealand; Elizabeth Oldham,
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Nautilus 1/Invited Speaker (1 hr)
GS
ITE
Marina 4/Symposium
The Evolution of Teacher Education in a Digital Learning Era:
Transforming Knowledge in the Global Network [29833]
Lisa Dawley, Boise State Univ., USA
Seabreeze 1/2/Symposium
Marina 3/Brief Papers
Peer Coaching: A Sustainable and Effective Professional Development
Model for K-12 and Teacher Education Technology Integration [27787]
Marwin Britto, Central Washington Univ., USA
ASSESS Blogfolios and Their Impacts on Student Learning and
Professional Development [28034]
Chih-Yuan Sun, Geoffrey Middlebrook, Otto Khera, Univ. of Southern
California, USA
INTD
Teachers’ Use and Perceptions of Web 2.0 Technologies in
Teaching and Learning [28333]
Steve Chi-Yin Yuen, The Univ. of Southern Mississippi, USA; Patrivan
Yuen, William Carey Univ., USA
Supporting Preservice Teacher Education Majors Transition to the
University and on into the Major Using E-mentoring and Social
Networking (T.E.A.M. 2009 Florida A. & M. University) [28294]
Patricia Green-Powell, Florida A&M Univ., USA; Nancy McConnell, Florida
State Univ., USA
Applications of Augmented Reality Systems in Education [29804]
George Chang, Patricia Morreale, Padmavathi Medicherla, Kean Univ., USA
Preparing English Language Learners for Academic Success in
the 21st Century: Teaching Multiple Literacies [29673]
Jennifer Chen, Melda Yildiz, Kean Univ., USA
The Integration of Technology to Enhance Teacher Candidates’
Exploration of Cultural Identity and Development of Cultural
Competence [27952]
Helen Mele Robinson, The College of Staten Island, CUNY, USA
Augmenting Reality for Learning with Wireless Mobile Devices, –
Part 1 [29827]
Chris Dede, Harvard Univ., USA; Patrick O'Shea, Independent Consultant,
USA; Matt Dunleavy, Radford Univ., USA; Eric Klopfer, Massachusetts
Inst. of Tech., USA
Nautilus 2/Full Papers
DE
DE
The Business of Online Learning: What is the Role of Teaching?
[28469]
Debbie Samuels-Peretz, Wheelock College, USA
Bi-national Global Education Curriculum [28470]
William Egnatoff, Queen's Univ.-Kingston, Canada
Nautilus 3/Full Papers
GS
GS
From Oregon Trail to Peacemaker: Providing a Framework for
Effective Integration of Video Games into the Social Studies
Classroom [28262]
Dennis Charsky, Ithaca College, USA; Michael Barbour, Wayne State
Univ., USA
The Process of Learning in a Simulation Strategy Game:
Disciplinary Knowledge Construction [28314]
Aroutis Foster, Drexel Univ., USA; Punya Mishra, Matthew Koehler,
Michigan State Univ., USA
Nautilus 4/Full Papers
INTD
INTD
Constructive Technology [28441]
Melodee Landis, Univ. of Nebraska-Omaha, USA
How the Pressure of Top-down Technology Implementation and
Misaligned Evaluation Unintentionally Damages Schools, Teachers
and Education in Taiwan [28490]
Wan-Lin Yang, Michael Thomas, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Nautilus 5/Full Papers
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
NPI
GE
NPI
Click, Click, WOW! Engaging Students with Student Response
Systems [28277]
Linda Espey, Sharon Brindle, Grand View Univ., USA
Using Wikis to Create Collections of Curriculum-based Resources:
Perceptions of Preservice Teachers [28295]
Blanche O'Bannon, The Univ. of Tennessee, USA; Hoda Baytiyeh, American
Univ. of Beirut, Lebanon; Jeff Beard, The Univ. of Tennessee, USA
Grande Ballroom B/Full Papers
LEAD
LEAD
IT Leadership Excellence: Characteristics of Top Performing
District IT Leaders [28218]
Maurice Hollingsworth, Univ. of Lethbridge, Canada
Teacher Education and Internet Safety [28384]
Tracey Choulat, Univ. of Flordia, USA
Executive 3A/Full Papers
IL
NPI
Cognitive Load in Different Media Environments: When Does Notetaking Help Memory Recall? [28132]
Lin Lin, Chris Bigenho, Univ. of North Texas, USA
Features and Issues of Digital Pen Use in Classrooms [28086]
Masahiro Nagai, Takeshi Kitazawa, Tokyo Metropolitan Univ., Japan
GS
GS
GS
GS
Executive 1/Full Papers
EQ
EQ
Safety for the Citizens of Cyberspace [27313]
Ria Hanewald, The Univ. of Melbourne, Australia
Navigating Today’s Digital Divide: Motivating All Learners Toward
Success [27651]
Anastasia Trekles, Purdue Univ. Calumet, USA
2:45-3:45 PM
Grande Ballroom A/Invited Panel (1 hr)
GE
Executive 4/Full Papers
TPACK Using Social Media as Context for Developing Preservice Teachers
Awareness of the TPACK components in the Science Methods
Classroom [28500]
Richard Hechter, Lynette Phyfe, Univ. of Manitoba, Canada
TPACK “Bit by Bit Putting it all Together” How a Holistic View of Assessment
Changed our Perception of the TPACK Framework [28502]
Colleen Sexton, Michael Gordon, Kathleen Hickey, Governors State Univ., USA
Marina 3/Full Papers
Blogging in Graduate Education: Cotton Candy or Meat and
Potatoes? [28430]
Pauline Stonehouse, Cynthia Shabb, Univ. of North Dakota, USA
ASSESS A Context-Rich, Photo-Based Online Testing to Assess Students’
science Learning [27931]
Min-Jin Lin, National Dong-Hwa Univ., Taiwan; Chorng-Jee Guo, National
Changhua Univ. of Education, Taiwan; Chia-Er Hsu, National Dong-Hwa
Univ., Taiwan
LEAD
DE
GS
INTD
Augmenting Reality for Learning with Wireless Mobile Devices –
Part 2 [30018]
Chris Dede, Harvard Univ., USA; Patrick O'Shea, Independent Consultant,
USA; Matt Dunleavy, Radford Univ., USA; Eric Klopfer, Massachusetts
Inst. of Tech., USA
Nautilus 2/Panel (1 hr)
NPI
Marina 5/Full Papers
INTD
Standing at the Intersection of Cyber Equity and Social Justice
[29775]
Raymond Rose, Rose & Smith Associates, USA; Bonnie Bracey, TeraGrid,
USA; Paul Resta, Univ. of Texas-Austin, USA
Nautilus 1/Invited Speaker (1 hr)
Marina 4/Full Papers
Special Education Teacher Preparation: Online-Document
Collaboration [28006]
Christine Anderson, Bridget Sheng, Dawn Sweet, Western Illinois Univ., USA
Collaboration: New Possibilities with Information Technology [28015]
Caroline Akhras, Notre Dame Univ., Lebanon
Meet the Editors: Journal Editors in Our Field [29823]
Debroah Sprague, George Mason Univ., USA; Cleb Maddux, Univ. of
Nevada-Reno, USA; Glen Bull, Linn Bell, Univ. of Virginia, USA; Ann
Thompson, Denise Schmidt, Iowa State Univ., USA; Lynne Schrum, George
Mason Univ., USA; Karen Mc Ferrin, Northwestern State Univ of Louisiana,
USA; Robert Weber, Florida Atlantic Univ., USA; Ian Gibson, Macquarie
Univ., Australia; Dee Anna Willis, Northwestern State Univ. of Louisiana,
USA; Roger Carlsen, Wright State Univ., USA
Seabreeze 1/2/Panel (1 hr)
EVAL
DE
The Traditional Instutional Teaching Approach versus Innovative
Online Teaching [27760]
Torrie Norton, Britt (Mary) Ferguson, Bill McGrath, Roanna Glenn,
National Univ., USA
Teacher Perspectives: What Makes a Video Game Effective in the
K-12 Classroom? [27861]
Janet Kelly, Ranae Stetson, Texas Christian Univ., USA; Jonathan Gratch,
Univ. of North Texas, USA
A Study of Online Game Addiction and Aggression and Related
Factors of the Interrelation for Junior High School Students [27815]
Der-Hsiang Huang, Da-Yeh Univ., Taiwan; Hsiu-Yuan Hu, Shao-I Chiu,
Taipei College of Maritime Tech., Taiwan; Ho-Yuan Huang, Wan-Shing
Junior High School, Changhua County, Taiwan
Utilizing Design-based Research Methods to Design and Develop
Computer Adventure Games [27847]
Yi-Chia Cheng, Chun-Yi Shen, Tamkang Univ., Taiwan; Hsin-Te Yeh,
Metropolitan State College of Denver, USA
Developing a Game-based Learning Environment in Classrooms: A
Conceptual Model [27808]
Wen-Hsiung Wu, National Kaohsiung Univ. of Applied Science, Taiwan;
Wei-Fan Chen, The Pennsylvania State Univ., USA
Sustainble Approaches in Developing an Electronic Book and
Beyond [29852]
Madhumita Bhattacharya, Athabasca Univ., Canada; Mahnaz Moallem,
Univ. of North Carolina,-Wilmington, USA; Nada Mach, California State
Univ.,-Dominguez Hills, USA
An Empirical Evaluation of Technical and Pedagogical
Usability Criteria for Web-Based Learning Resources with
Middle School Students [27713]
Said Hadjerrouit, Univ. of Agder, Norway
Nautilus 3/Brief Papers
I Am A 21st Century Teacher: If You Teach Me withTechnology I
Will Use Technology to Teach My Students [27771]
Prince Bull, North Carolina Central Univ., USA
DE
DE
DE
Using Blackboard in a Web-Enhanced Course: A Mixed Methods
Analysis of How It Helped or Did Not Help [27901]
Lydia Kyei-Blankson, Illinois State Univ., USA
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
[28336]
Steve Chi-Yin Yuen, The Univ. of Southern Mississippi, USA
Organizational Perspectives on Quality in Distance Learning [28038]
Barbara Lockee, John Burton, Ken Potter, Virginia Tech, USA
17
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Nautilus 4/Brief Papers
DE
ME
K12
A VoiceXML-Based Mobile Learning System [29721]
Wang Jianhua, Zhang Jun, Zhang Long, Computer Science and
Information Engineering College, Harbin Normal Univ., China
Using Interactive Technologies to Promote Student Engagement
and Learning in Mathematics [28480]
Chia-Jung Chung, California State Univ., Sacramento, USA; William
Storm, Davis Joint Unified School District, USA
Promoting Student Generated Content Using Web 2.0
Technologies [29791]
Eunbae Lee, Seung Won Park, Univ. of Georgia, USA
ECE
Marina 3/Brief Papers
DV
DV
Nautilus 5/Brief Papers
GS
GS
ITE
Recommendations for using Simulations in K-12 Classrooms
[28175]
James Jurica, Texas A&M Univ.-San Antonio, USA
Learning in Technology: Using MMOGs to Explore Principles of
Economics [28012]
Leanna Archambault, Joshua Barnett, Arizona State Univ., USA
A Literature Review of Podcasts and Implications for Teacher
Education [29763]
Natalie Milman, Bryce Walker, George Washington Univ., USA
DE
INTD
INTD
Comparing the Integration of ISTE NETS Standards of Middle
School Teachers and Teacher Education Candidates [28296]
Amy Sedivy, Ronnie Monroe, Karina Clemmons, Cheryl Grable, Univ. of
Arkansas-Little Rock, USA
Efficacy of Innovative Technological Approach Ensuring Quality
Assurance in Teaching Learning Process in Open and Distance
Learning [27706]
Cittoor Girija Navaneedhan, Meston College of Education, India
Facilitating Intelligent Tutoring Development by Teachers [28267]
Vivian Nwaocha, Hight Inyiama, Univ. of Nigeria-Nsukka, Nigeria
Executive 3A/Brief Papers
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The Impact of Academic Rigor and Perceived Learning on Sense
of Community in Online, Televised, and F2F Classes [27807]
Robin Spruce, Nicole Perron, Old Dominion Univ., USA
How do Female and Male Students Work with an Online
Vocabulary Program? [27793]
Ulf Schuetze, Univ. of Victoria, Canada
Classroom as Crucible and Catalyst: Case Studies in Pedagogy
and Praxis Developing and Supporting Visual Learning [27722]
John Cuthell, MirandaNet Academy, UK
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Teachers’ Approaches to Implementing a Problem-based Learning
Simulation [29740]
Kamila Brodowinska Bruscianelli, Kimberly Lawless, Univ. of Illinois-Chicago,
USA; Mark Boyer, Scott Brown, Univ. of Connecticut, USA; Dan O'Brien, Univ.
of Illinois-Chicago, USA; Gregory Williams, Nicole Powell, Maria Fernanda
Enriquez, Univ. of Connecticut, USA
A Brief Review: Assistive Technology and Autism, a Proposal for Virtual
Tools for Improved Communication and Emotional Recognition [29739]
Nigel Newbutt, The Univ. of Greenwich/SMARTlab, Univ. of East London, UK
Educational uses of HUD in Second Life [28107]
Youngjun Kim, Youngkyun Baek, Korea National Univ. of Education, Korea
(South)
Globalizing Technology in Teacher Education [27752]
Sally R. Beisser, Drake Univ., USA
Problems Encountered when Implementing a 3D Multi-User
Virtual Environment into Formal K-12 Settings [28093]
Greg Jones, Univ. of North Texas, USA
Designing Learning Events for 21st Century Art Education:
Art Café @ Second Life [27970]
Lilly Lu, Northern Illinois Univ., USA
Beverage Break: 3:45-4:00 PM
4:00-5:00 PM
Grande Ballroom A/Brief Papers
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Executive 4/Brief Papers
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Strategies for Using Google Documents to Promote Student
Collaboration in Traditional and Online Learning Environments [28157]
Eric Marvin, Freed Hardeman Univ., USA; Stephen Marvin, Union Univ., USA
Teacher Learning through Blogging: A Study of an Online Component
to a Blended Professional Development Program [28063]
Lauren M. Shea, Univ. of California-Irvine, USA
What a Brilliant Giant in Mexico and Chinese Education:
Telesecundaria and China Education TV [28463]
John Ronghua Ouyang, Univ. of North Florida, USA; Dehua Liu, Hunan
Normal Univ., China
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
Executive 1/Brief Papers
ASSESS An Online Course in Assessing Technology Integration: Design,
Implementation, and Issues [28214]
Leping Liu, Livia D'Andrea, Cleborne Maddux, Univ. of Nevada-Reno, USA
ASSESS Engaging Faculty in Data Collection and Assessment Using
eForms [28260]
Lisa Spencer, Michael Slatoff, National Univ., USA
ASSESS Facilitating Preservice Teachers’ Understanding of Technology Use
With Instructional Activities [28410]
Min Liu, Kurstin Hamilton, Jennifer Wivagg, The Univ. of Texas-Austin, USA
Exploring Preservice Teachers' Conceptions of Culture Through
Digital Storytelling [27955]
Alison G. Reeves, Peter A. Theodore, Southern Illinois Univ.- Edwardsville,
USA; Michael O. Afolayan, Illinois Board of Higher Education, USA
Mapping YouTube “Video Playlist Lessons” to the Learning
Domains: Planning for Cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor
Learning [27884]
Chareen Snelson, Boise State Univ., USA
Behind, On Par, or Leading: Universal Design Awareness and Use of
Learning and Scholarly Technologies in a College of Education [28530]
Kathy Smart, Sue Offutt, Univ. of North Dakota, USA
Marina 4/Brief Papers
Grande Ballroom B/Brief Papers
K12
Integrating Technology into Multicultural Education in K-3rd
Learning Environment [28183]
Wei-Ying Hsiao, Southern Utah Univ., USA; Tsung-Hui Tu, Kent State
Univ., USA
Instructional Materials for “Information Study” Teachers’
Professional Development [29687]
Toshiki Matsuda, Tokyo Inst. of Technology, Japan
Using an Experiential Learning Approach to Prepare Preservice
Teachers to Teach Online [29764]
Constance Hargrave, Cade Chace, Abby Jung, Iowa State Univ., USA
Assessing the Teacher as Software Developer/Teacher as Website
Developer Program Exiting Student Teaching [29773]
David Whittier, Boston Univ. School of Education, USA
Seabreeze 1/2/Panel (1 hr)
ITE
STEM Teacher Professional Development: Lessons Learned from
NSF’s ITEST Program [28165]
Caroline Parker, Education Development Center, USA; Kathryn Bertram,
Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Inst., USA; Karen Yanowitz, Arkansas
State Univ., USA; Michael Barnett, Lynch School of Education, Boston
College, USA; Susan Yoon, Univ. of Pennsylvania, USA
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Nautilus 1/Full Papers
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EduStream Content on Demand: Creating Media-Rich Learning
Environments for Your Students [28216]
Glen Kuck, San Bernardino Community College, USA
Roadmap to Impact: Shaping a Digitally Literate Teaching
Community [29037]
Dallas McPheeters, ImmediaEdu.com/Northern Arizona Univ. Graduate
School of Education, USA
Nautilus 3/Corporate Showcases
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Digital Storytelling as Narrative Pedagogy [27954]
Penny Garcia, Marsha Rossiter, Univ. of Wisconsin Oshkosh, USA
Perception of how E-Learning Enhances the University Learning
Experience among Teacher Education Undergraduates (28096)
Jennifer Rowley, Jenniffer O'Dea, Univ. of Sydney, Australia
Video Is Shifting Classroom Pedagogy [29856]
Mark Rogge, qumu, USA
Using the rGrade Field Experiences Module for Student Teaching
Placement, Assessment, and Management of School-Based Data
[29799]
Megan Noel, Matthew Stuve, Educational Informatics, LLC, USA
Nautilus 4/Full Papers
INTL
Increase the Professional Use of Digital Learning Resources
among Teachers and Students [27791]
Lena Olsson, Monica Sandorf, The Education and Research Board for
Teacher Training, Univ. of Gothenburg, Sweden
INTD
Toward a Professional Development Community for Teachers [28546]
Hansa Sinha, Mary Beth Rosson, John Carroll, Honglu Du, Pennsylvania
State Univ., USA
TPACK Testing a TPACK-Based Technology Integration
Assessment Rubric [28510]
Judi Harris, College of William & Mary, USA; Neal Grandgenett, Univ. of
Nebraska-Omaha, USA; Mark Hofer, College of William & Mary, USA
TPACK Aspiring to Reach 21st Century Ideals: Teacher Educators’
Experiences in Developing Their TPACK [28511]
Mia Kim Williams, Univ. of Northern Colorado, USA; Teresa Foulger, Keith
Wetzel, Arizona State Univ., USA
Marina 3/Full Papers
TPACK Auditing the TPACK Competence and Confidence of Australian
Teachers: The Teaching with ICT Audit Survey (TWictAS) [28146]
Peter Albion, Romina Jamieson-Proctor, Univ. of Southern Queensland,
Australia; Glenn Finger, Griffith Univ., Australia
TPACK The Validation of an Instrument Measuring TPACK [28318]
Nicolette Burgoyne, Charles R. Graham, Richard Sudweeks, Brigham
Young Univ., USA
Marina 4/Full Papers
TPACK Concerns-Based Conceptual Change: A Theory of Change for
Teacher Education [28378]
Philip Molebash, Loyola Marymount Univ., USA
TPACK Expanding the Practice-Based Taxonomy of Characteristics of
TPACK [28379]
Kamini Jaipal, Brock Univ., Faculty of Education, Canada; Candace Figg,
Brock Univ., Canada
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
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Nautilus 5/Full Papers
NPI
INTD
Interventions for Facilitating Higher-Level Discussions Among
Elementary Students in Computer Supported Collaborative
Learning [28388]
Chiung-Hui Chiu, Hsin-Chih Huang, Ying-Chih Hung, Inst. of Information
and Computer Education, National Taiwan Normal Univ., Taiwan
Preparing Technology Proficient Teachers in Jordan [27822]
Teresa Franklin, Ohio Univ., USA
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Promoting the Creation of Digital Stories by Teacher Students:
A Pilot Project on Curriculum Development in a Swedish Teacher
Education Program [27949]
Susanna Nordmark, Lisbeth Frolunde, Marcelo Milrad, Linnaeus Univ., Sweden
The Challenges of Improving Synchronous Web-based High School
Course Delivery in Isolated Aboriginal Community Settings [28230]
Dennis Sharpe, David Philpott, Memorial Univ. of Newfoundland, Canada
Executive 3A/Full Papers
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The Impact of the Virtual Schooling Curriculum on Preparing
Inservice Teachers for the Roles as Virtual School Facilitators [28482]
Michael Barbour, Kelly Unger, Wayne State Univ., USA
Using the World Digital Library to Enhance Global Learning of
Teachers [28555]
Helen Bond, Howard Univ., USA
Executive 1/Full Papers
ITE
Forming the Online Connection with SecondLife [28133]
Matthew Evans Sutherlin, Susan Evans Jennings, Stephen F. Austin State
Univ., USA; Amy Counts, Nacogdoches High School, USA
Wordsmith: A Computerized Game Show for Learning Common
Prefixes, Suffixes, and Root Words [28159]
Sean Lancaster, Paula Lancaster, Grand Valley State Univ., USA
Where Am I? Experiences in Second Life. [28485]
Valerie Amber, Denise Tolbert, National Univ., USA
The Effects of Intrinsic Motivation and Flow in an Educational
Game on Student’s Academic Achievements [28366]
Hyunkyung Moon, Youngkyun Baek, Korea National Univ. of Education,
Korea (South)
Professional Development in the Technology Zone [27702]
DeAnna Laverick, Sue Rieg, Indiana Univ. of Pennsylvania, USA
4:30-5:45 PM
Executive 2A/2B/Information Technology Council Meeting
6:00-7:30 PM
Pavillion
Posters/Demonstrations
Informal & popular venue for exchanging of ideas! (with snacks & cash bar)
See Pages 20-23
TPACK Reconsidering the T and C in TPACK: Repurposing Technologies
for Interdisciplinary Knowledge [28057]
Kristen Kereluik, Punya Mishra, Matthew Koehler, Michigan State Univ., USA
TPACK Advancing K-8 Mathematics and Science Teachers Knowledge for
Teaching with Technology through an Online Graduate Program
[28125]
Margaret Niess, Henry Gillow-Wiles, Oregon State Univ., USA
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for Gender Parity [30027]
Lecia Barker, Univ. of Texas, USA
How Can Technology Help to Lead Pedagogy? [30026]
Westley Field, MLC School in Sydney, Australia
Podcasting Systems: The Futuristic Technology in Teaching and
Learning [29780]
Jiyoon Yoon, Mark Mizuko, Taegwan Ki, Univ. of Minnesota Duluth, USA
Using rGrade for NCATE Program Reporting, Rubric Development,
Field Experiences, Curriculum Alignment to Standards, and K-12
Student Learning [29796]
Megan Noel, Educational Informatics, LLC, USA
Portability of Dynamic Web Platforms for Teaching Web Application
Development in Tertiary Institutions: Establishing and Applying
Criteria for Evaluation [27757]
Johnson Dehinbo, Tshwane Univ. of Tech., South Africa
Improving the Usability of Elearning Tools: A Multifunctional
Approach [29734]
Eva Siegenthaler, Fernstudien Schweiz, Switzerland
Assessing E-Learning Tools to Support International ServicE-Learning
Collaboration [29016]
Paul Wallace, Appalachian State Univ., USA
Inquiring the Junior High School Teachers’ Application of
Knowledge Management(Case Study) [29019]
Juei-Hsin Wang, National Chiayi Univ., Taiwan
Experience Design: A Framework for E-Learning Design and
Research [29043]
Pearl Chen, California State Univ.-Los Angeles, USA
Utilizing Technology in Multicultural School Counseling: A Learning
Community Approach to Social Justice and Advocacy [29078]
Vessela Ilieva, Bengu Erguner-Tekinalp, Drake Univ., USA
Using Curriculum Evaluation Procedures to Evaluate Hybrid Degree
Programs (composed of face-to-face and asynchronous Online
courses): Implications for Graduate Education Programs in the 21st
Century [29112]
Shawn Fitzgerald, Kent State Univ., USA
Math Computer Learning Games: Features, Attitudes, and
Achievement [29370]
Cassidy Bennett, Amelia Weingart, Cathi Draper Rodriguez, Bude Su,
Teresa Sundholm, California State Univ.-Monterey Bay, USA
WikiED! New Experiences of Social Learning Tools within a
Preservice Teaching Environment [29597]
Chris Astall, Jackie Cowan, Tracy Clelland, College of Education, Univ. of
Canterbury, New Zealand
New Possibilities with IT and Print Technologies: Variable Data
Printing VDP [29615]
David Gore, Marie Lee, Kenny Wassus, Eastern Michigan Univ., USA
The Research of Moodle Platform for Preservice Teacher
Web-Leaning [29634]
Juei-Hsin Wang, National Chiayi Univ., Taiwan
E-Learning for Professional Development in Ethiopia [29639]
Nega Debela, Fred Pauley, Marshall Univ., USA
The INTEL® TEACH Faculty Review [29705]
Kristen Shand, California State Univ.-Fullerton, USA
Cyberbullying: A Review of Basic Terms, Literature, and Educator
Interventions [29715]
Renae Jacob, DePaul Univ., USA; Maria Earman Stetter, Roosevelt Univ., USA
Teaching Teachers to Teach with Video Games and Simulations
[29741]
Susan Stansberry, Oklahoma State Univ., USA
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Better Reflective Practitioners? [29753]
Simon Collin, Thierry Karsenti, Univ. of Montreal, Canada
Operationalization of Institutional Core Values into Instructional
Behaviors for Distance Instruction [29776]
Charles Dickel, Sharon Ishii-Jordan, Creighton Univ., USA
Science Animations and Video Clips as Teaching Elements and in
Multimedia Context: The Physclips Example [29781]
George Hatsidimitris, John Smith, Joe Wolfe, Univ. of New South Wales,
Australia
Analysis of 10 Popular Web 2.0 Tools used in Higher Education [29782]
Mei-Ying Elaine Lin, Ting-Ting Rachel Yu, Jason Lee Davis, Texas A&M
Univ.-Commerce, USA
Upward Bound Success: Climbing the Collegiate Ladder with Web
2.0 Wikis [29789]
Alicia Dallman, Michael McDonald, Nebraska Wesleyan Univ., USA
Using a Rubric-Based Digital Gradebook for Performance
Assessment [29795]
Matthew Stuve, Megan Noel, Ball State Univ., USA; Julie Biddle, Princeton
Community Schools, USA
Using Excel to Create Meaningful, Connected, and Interesting
Games for Content Area Vocabulary [29797]
Margaret McGregor, Chicago Public Schools/National-Louis Univ., USA
Educational Machinima: Japanese American Liberators at Dachau
[29810]
Randall Fujimoto, Go For Broke National Education Center, USA
The Teaching Place – Where No One Teaches Alone [29812]
Patricia Cantrell, Univ. of Northern Colorado/The National Center for
Severe and Sensory Disabilities (NCSSD), USA
Math Snacks: Using Innovative Media to Address Conceptual Gaps
in Mathematics Understanding [29819]
Karin Wiburg, New Mexico State Univ., USA
Multilingual Learning Management System (MLMS) [29820]
Kanit Khaimook, School of Information Tech., Suranaree Univ. of Tech., Thailand
Investigating cognitive load during multimedia learning in the UAE
[27461]
Jase Moussa, Fida Atallah, Zayed Univ., United Arab Emirates
Ergo-PAD, Ergonomic Posture Alignment Devise: How Proper
Posture Can Prevent Repetitive Stress Injuries [27471]
Ethan Epstein, Brandon Loye, Michael Walsh, Sean Colford, The Back
Straight Boys, USA
Phasing in Three Web-Based Assignments in a Nonverbal
Communication Class [27646]
Donald Egolf, Univ. of Pittsburgh, USA
The Adoption of Competency-Based E-portfolio System: A
Systematic Approach [27720]
Hsi-Chi Hsiao, Pao-Nan Chou, Graduate Institution of Business
Administration at Cheng Shiu Univ., Taiwan
Master Teachers On Task: Linking Classroom Teachers with
Preservice Teachers, Live [27721]
Michael Ameigh, State Univ. of New York-Oswego, USA
Improving Instructional Design for Online Learning by Using the
Online Top-Down Modeling Model [27725]
Buncha Samruayruen, Univ. of North Texas, USA
Evaluating the Impact of a Virtual Environment Tool for the English
Classroom [27733]
Jon Saklofske, Gregory MacKinnon, Acadia Univ., Canada
Location, Location, Location: An Exploration of Location-Aware
Learning Games for Mobile Devices [27744]
Ruby Bohannon, Univ. of North Texas, USA
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Reflections of a 1 to 1 Laptop Initiative: Lessons Learned [27749]
Berhane Teclehaimanot, Univ. of Toledo, USA; Christopher Hamady, Marie
Arter, Central Catholic High School, USA
Status of Educational Technology at Secondary School Level in
North West Frontier Province (Pakistan) [27753]
Sajjad Akhtar, Univ. of Sindh Elsa Qazi Campus Sindh Hyderabad, Pakistan
Strategies that Increase Student Engagement [27761]
Robin Tizzard, Portage College, Canada
A Solution for Older Adults’ Learning of Computer Skills: The
Computer Game-Based Learning Approach [27772]
Feihong Wang, John Burton, Virginia Polytechnic Inst. and State Univ., USA
Dispositions and Best Practices of Online Instructors [27774]
Carol Shepherd, Madelon Alpert, National Univ., USA
Around the World with Accessible Mathematics Games: Twelve
Accessible Mathematics Games from Different Ethnic Groups [27813]
Cindy Anderson, Roosevelt Univ., USA; Kevin Anderson, Oak Park District
97, USA
MUVEing in HIVEs: Higher Education in the Virtual World [27814]
Jacqueline Strausz, Chris McClour, Sharla Snider, Texas Woman's Univ., USA
Rethinking Course Infrastructure and Instructional Strategies to
Support Learning Online [27817]
Rowena Santiago, California State Univ.-San Bernardino, USA; Minoru
Nakayama, CRADLE, Tokyo Inst. of Tech., Japan
Designing, Teaching, and Evaluating a Second Life Basic Skills
Course [27833]
Jennifer Redd, Karina Silva, Iowa State Univ., USA
Games, Simulations and Virtual Environment in Education [27854]
Shanyuan Zhu, Univ. of North Texas Learning Tech., USA
Open Educational Resources for K-12: A Mexican case study on the
Implementation of the Knowledge Hub Website for Educational
Resources to Assist Elementary Education in Latin America [27859]
Fernando Mortera-Gutiérrez, Tecnológico de Monterrey, EGE, Mexico
Collaborative Work: An Experience Analysing Teachers’ Tools,
Activities and Strategies [27883]
Milagros Guiza, Univ. de les Illes Balears/UABC, Spain; Jesus Salinas, Univ.
de les Illes Balears, Spain; Evangelina Flores, Univ. de les Illes
Balears/UCOL, Spain
Active Learning through Virtual Field Trips: Explorations in
Washington DC [27903]
Savilla Banister, Cindy Ross, Bowling Green State Univ., USA
A Synchronous Instruction Integration in an Online Distance Course
[27927]
Hui-Wen Huang, Univ. of Idaho, USA
Effects of Introductory Programming Education with the
Programming Learning Support System [27930]
Junko Shinkai, Toyama National College of Tech., Japan; Isao Miyaji,
Okayama Univ. of Science, Japan
Using Assignments in a VB.Net Class to Create Simulations for Use
by Teachers [27948]
John Hansen, Elizabeth Hansen, Anne Tapp, Scott James, Moe Bidgoli,
Saginaw Valley State Univ., USA
Instructor Immediacy and Presence: Implications for Online Student
Affective Learning, Cognition, and Motivation [27963]
Credence Baker, Tarleton State Univ., USA
Saskatoon Catholic Cyber School Online PD and Learning
Communities, Connecting Us All! [27964]
Kelli Boklaschuk, Ryan Hauber, Saskatoon Catholic Cyber School, Canada
An Examination of International Distance Education: Preliminary
Findings from a Case Study [27984]
Wei Ma, Matthew Stuve, Ball State Univ., USA
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Keeping Education Students Connected: An Online Doctoral Student
Network [27987]
Livia DAndrea, Leping Liu, Colin Hodgen, Univ. of Nevada-Reno, USA
In Our World: Portraits of Communities Across the Globe (A K-16
International Wiki Project) [28009]
Jennifer Kidd, Peter Baker, Patrick O'Shea, Cady Pinell, Dwight Allen, Old
Dominion Univ., USA
How School Leaders Can Build Surveys to Demonstrate
Accountability [28019]
Marcie Bober-Michel, San Diego State Univ., USA
Faculty Collaboration Through Technology: One Academic
Librarian’s Experience [28027]
Adolfo Prieto, California State Univ.,-Fullerton, USA
Are E-Readers the New Textbooks? Preliminary Findings [28037]
Blake Snider, East Tennessee State Univ., USA
Users’ Attitudes and Perceptions toward Online Social Networking
Tools [28040]
Hui-Ya Chuang, Univeristy of Northern Colorado, USA; Heng-Yu Ku, Univ. of
Northern Colorado, USA
Integrating Smartphones & Twitter into Course Content [28053]
Joseph Martinelli, Seton Hall Univ., USA
Promoting Student Engagement in History with PrimaryAccess
Storyboard [28058]
Curby Alexander, Univ. of Illinois-Springfield, USA; Thomas Hammond,
Lehigh Univ., USA
TWIGy: The Tutor Writer Input file Generator to Help Create an
Interactive Individualized Tutor that Runs Over the Internet [28062]
Rika Yoshii, Neha Pasrija, California State Univ.-San Marcos, USA
Give me some Sugar, Baby! [28075]
Mark Geary, Dakota State Univ., USA; Jack Geary, Madison Elementary
School, USA
Development and Evaluation of a Large-Scale Agent-Based System
for Collecting Results of Information Literacy Learning Using
Electronic Textbooks [28084]
Keiichi Tanaka, Kinki Univ., Japan; Katsumi Wasaki, Shinshu Univ., Japan
The use of Web 2.0 for English Learning in Universities in Taiwan [28087]
Chianyi Ju, Shu-Te Univ., Taiwan; Shu-chein Pan, Ohio Univ., USA; Yiwei
Huang, Shu-Te Univ., Taiwan
How faculty’s Satisfaction with Teaching Online Relates to
Synchronous/Asynchronous Communication [28089]
Lei Ma, Boston Univ., USA
Incorporating Sunflower for Science in Teacher Education to
Increase the Pedagogical Information Technology Competence of
Teachers and Teacher Students in Natural Science [28092]
Henrik Ericson, Magnus Fagerlind, Univ. of Skovde, Sweden
Online MCQ – Formative or Summative Assessment? Experiences
from a Higher Educational Environment [28109]
Monica Johannesen, Laurence Habib, Oslo Univ. College, Norway
Preservice Teachers as Mentors: Learning Science, Technology,
Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Topics Through School
Outreach Activities [28128]
Leslee Francis Pelton, Timothy Pelton, Univ. of Victoria, Canada
Developing 21st-Century Skills: Game Design and Robotics
Exploration [28138]
Manorama Talaiver, Rebecca Bowen, Inst. for Teaching Through
Technology and Innovative Practices (ITTIP), USA
btw, this is a kewl way to learn: Engaging Diverse Students in
Collaborative Conversation Through Wiki Technology [28139]
Colleen Sheehy, Univ. of Indianapolis, USA; Karina Clemmons, Amy Sedivy,
Univ. of Arkansas-Little Rock, USA
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76 The Design of the Ph.D.-GPS: A Simulation Designed to Guide the
Doctoral Student through the Dissertation Process [28164]
Nancy McConnell, Florida State Univ./Student, USA
77 Educational Use of Digital Storytelling: Research Results of an
Online Digital Storytelling Contest [28169]
Bulent Dogan, Univ. of Houston/School of Science and Tech., USA
78 A Replication Study Showing how Elementary Taiwanese Students
Discuss with Computer Mediated Partners Synchronously [28172]
Chiung-Hui Chiu, Ying-Chih Hung, Hsin-Chih Huang, Inst. of Information
and Computer Education, National Taiwan Normal Univ., Taiwan
79 Problem-Based Learning in English Language Teaching and
Learning in Taiwan [28198]
Yi-Wei Huang, Chian-Yi Ju, Shu-Te Univ., Taiwan
80 Depicting Gifted Students in a Simulated Classroom: Effects on
Preservice Teacher Perceptions [28201]
Amber Ellison, Tandra Tyler-Wood, Micheal Sayler, Univ. of North Texas, USA
81 Integrating Science Curriculum into a Computerized Classroom
Simulation [28204]
Rhonda Christensen, Gerald Knezek, Rebekah McPherson, Tandra TylerWood, Univ. of North Texas, USA
82 Cultural Implications for Teaching Online Students a World Away [28206]
William Sadera, David Robinson, Towson Univ., USA
83 MarineTech: Teachers Taking a Dive into Marine Engineering [28210]
Rebecca Bowen, Inst. for Teaching Through Tech. & Innovative Practices
(ITTIP), USA; Alok Verma, Old Dominion Univ., USA
84 Youth-produced Online STEM Resources: Career Exploration, Digital
Lbraries, Videos! [28237]
Sarita Pillai, Education Development Center, Inc., USA
85 The Case for Instructor Presence: Faculty Driven Standards of
Excellence for Online and Technology-Enhanced Courses [28245]
Dale Hoskisson, Dan Clark, Valley City State Univ., USA
86 All the Indicators you need as a (Student) Teachers to prove your
ICT Competences [28253]
Aike van der Hoeff, Univ. Arnhem-Nijmegen of Applied Sciences, Netherlands;
Hans Pronk, INHOLLAND Univ. of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
87 I Think, You Think: Teacher-Student Reflections Using Free Online
Technologies [28273]
Sheila Bolduc-Simpson, Florida Gulf Coast Univ., USA
88 Video Tutorials: A Promising Strategy for Integrating Assistive
Technology into Teacher Education Programs [28281]
Toni Van Laarhoven, Lynette Chandler, Northern Illinois Univ., USA; Dennis
Munk, Carthage College, USA; Leslie Zurita, Northern Illinois Univ., USA
89 An Unexpected Partnership: Benefits of Sharing Web 2.0 Knowledge
Between a Public School and Teacher Education [28302]
Cindy Anderson, Roosevelt Univ., USA; Kevin Anderson, Oak Park District
97, USA
90 Perceptions of Preservice Teachers and Faculty Members about
iWebfolio System [28316]
Tzong-Yih Lin, Heng-Yu Ku, Univ. of Northern Colorado, USA
91 Engaging Freshmen in Core Texts using Web 2.0 Tools [28317]
Debra Zinicola, Joseph Martinelli, Seton Hall Univ., USA
92 Are You Ready for Assessment? A Web-Based Training Module to
Prepare Preservice Teachers for Critical Peer Assessment [28330]
Lan Li, Bowling Green State Univ., USA
93 Play and Learning in Virtual, Multi-Modal Learning Environments [28332]
Philippos Savvides, Arizona State Univ., USA
94 Enhancing Teacher Reflection and Practice Using Video [28346]
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Intermediate, and Long-Term Recall of Facts [28350]
Erika Blood, Northern Illinois Univ., USA
Linking Teacher Professional Development Focused on Real-World
Technology Applications with Changes in Teaching Practices [28360]
Cathlyn Stylinski, Univ. of Maryland Center for Environmental Science,
USA; Caroline Parker, Education Development Center, Inc., USA; Carla
McAuliffe, TERC, USA
Intelligent Simulation of Electronic Game to Promote Vocabulary
Learning [28417]
Yetunde Folajimi, Univ. of British Columbia, Canada; Stella Chiemeke, Univ.
of Benin, Nigeria; Olumide Longe, Southern Univ. Baton Rouge, USA;
Chinedu Amaefule, Nnamdi Azikiwe Univ. Awka, Nigeria
Taking TPACK to the Classroom: Teacher Candidates Get “Handy”
for Class [28451]
Candace Figg, Brock Univ., Canada; Jenny Burson, LeTourneau Univ., USA
Online Interactive Tools for Ocean and Climate Science Education [28454]
Carla Companion, Annette deCharon, COSEE Ocean Systems, USA
Bridging Scientific Inquiry and High-Stakes Testing via Webinar [28456]
Hye Jeong Kim, Bruce Herbert, Julie Singleton, Julia Johnston, Susan
Pedersen, Cathleen Loving, Texas A&M Univ., USA
Creating Wikis in the Technology Class: How do we use Wikis in
K-12 Classrooms? [28461]
Michiko Kobayashi, Southern Utah Univ., USA
Technology Competency and Computer Attitudes of Preservice
Teachers [28471]
Lan Li, Bowling Green State Univ., USA; Xiongyi Liu, Cleveland State Univ., USA;
Savilla Banister, Li-wei Peng, YuChun Zhou, Bowling Green State Univ., USA
An Introduction to Geospatial Technologies and Spatial Thinking
Integration [28489]
Shannon White, Univ. of Missouri, USA; Tom Baker, Environmental Systems
Research Inst., USA
Academic Library in a Virtual World: Library Services to a Growing
Online Teacher Education Population [28493]
Barbara Stillwell, Virginia Hire, Robin Lockerby, National Univ. Library, USA
Beyond Journals: Using Digital Storytelling to Encourage
Meaningful Teacher Reflection [28499]
Chris Renda, Univ. of Colorado Denver, USA
MMS Messaging – Can Video Conversations Increase Collaboration
among Deaf Educators [28515]
Becky Sue Parton, Robert Hancock, Southeastern Louisiana Univ., USA
Thinking Maps Across the Curriculum [28518]
Michelle L. Mc Allister, Daniel W. Mc Allister, Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas, USA
A Blended Professional Development Model for Improving Teacher’s
Knowledge and Skill of Integrating Technology in Education [28520]
Chia-Jung Chung, California State Univ.-Sacramento, USA; William Storm,
Davis Joint Unified School District, USA
Advanced Research in Education Tutorial and Quiz [28526]
Barbara Stillwell, Virginia Hire, Robin Lockerby, National Univ. Library, USA
Multimedia Juvenile Victimization: Helping Teachers Understand
Youth Behavior [28540]
Thanh Truc Nguyen, CRDG, College of Education, Univ. of Hawaii, USA
Effective Integration of Technology into the Early Childhood
Classroom: Exploring Changing Attitudes and Practices of
Classroom Teachers [28545]
Janese Daniels, Patsy Washington, Towson Univ., USA
THURSDAY, APRIL 1 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
THURSDAY, APRIL 1
8:00 - 9:00 AM
Nautilus 1/Full Papers
DE
DE
Grande Ballroom Foyer/Beverage Break: 8:00-9:00 AM
Special Interest Group (SIG) Meetings
All are invited and welcome to attend.
Information Technology
Marina 3/Assessment/E-Folios
Executive 4/Information Technology Diffusion/Integration
Teacher Education
Executive 3A/Arts & Interdisciplinary Education
Marina 4/Early Childhood Education
Marina 5/English Education
Executive 1/Human Languages Education
Executive 2B/Workforce Education
Seabreeze 1/2/Information Technology Education
Executive 2A/Leadership & Policy Education
Nautilus 1/Mathematics Education
Nautilus 3/Science Education
Nautilus 4/Social Studies Education
Nautilus 2/Special Education and Assistive Technologies
Nautilus 2/Full Papers
SE
ITE
GE
GE
INTL
Grande Ballroom A/B
Keynote & Awards
INTL
NPI
From Game to Learning & Learning in a Virtual World: A Virtual
English Adventure in Second Life [29909]
Fong-Lok Lee, The Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Young Baek,
Korea National Univ. of Education, South Korea, Korea (South)
Seabreeze 1/2/Invited Symposium
INTD
EVAL
The International Handbook Summit Call to Action for Learning
with Technology in the 21st Century: Next Steps – Part 1 [27985]
Joke Voogt, Univ. of Twente, Netherlands; Gerald Knezek, Univ. of North Texas,
USA; Chris Dede, Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA; Paul Resta, Univ.
of Texas-Austin, USA; Mike Searson, Kean Univ., USA; Ann Thompson, Iowa
State Univ., USA; Don Knezek, International Society for Technology in Education
(ISTE), Therese Laferriere, Laval Univ., Canada; David Gibson, Univ. of Vermont,
USA; Margaret Riel, SRI International & Pepperdine Univ., USA; Renate SchulzZander, TU Dortmund Univ., Germany; Rhonda Christensen, Univ. of North
Texas, USA; Kwok Wing Lai, Univ. of Otago, College of Education, New Zealand;
Niki Davis, Univ. of Canterbury, New Zealand; Rowland Baker, Santa Cruz
County Office of Education, USA; Ian Gibson, Macquarie Univ., Australia
School Readiness for Using ICT Adapted to Student Needs [29956]
Kwok-Wing Lai, Univ. of Otago College of Education, New Zealand
Students’ Knowledge Construction in Computer-Supported
Learning Environments: A Comparative Study in the Domain of
Nutritional Research Methodology Education [27873]
Omid Noroozi, Harm Biemans, Martin Mulder, Education and
Competence Studies, Social Sciences Group, Wageningen Univ., The
Netherlands; Mohammad Chizari, College of Agriculture, Tarbiat Modares
Univ., Iran (Islamic Republic Of)
Global Literacy Project: Connecting Turkish-American Students to
their Heritage Language, Culture, and History through Media
Literacy [27938]
Melda N. Yildiz, Jennifer Chen, Kean Univ., USA; Gul Geldymuradova,
Academy of Science, Turkmenistan
Nautilus 5/Full Papers
EVAL
10:15-11:15 AM
Grande Ballroom A/Keynote Conversation (1 hr)
The Implementation and Assessment of a MAT Online Alternate
Certification Program: The Results [28044]
Karen McFerrin, Barbara Duchardt, Vickie Gentry, Northwestern State
Univ., USA
What New Teachers Need To Know About Technology: A Survey
And Recommendations For Educational Technologies Integration
In Teacher Preparation Programs [28114]
Teshia Roby, Christina Dehler, California State Polytechnic Univ.,
Pomona, USA
Nautilus 4/Full Papers
9:00-10:00 AM
International Panel “Global Perspectives”
Moderator: David A. Slykhuis, James Madison University, USA
Fong-Lok Lee, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Young Baek, KNUE, South Korea
Min-Jin Lin, National Dong-Hwa University, Taiwan
Joke Voogt, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Tairo Nomura, Saitama University, Japan
Using Squeak Etoys to Integrate Science, Technology, Engineering
and Mathematics [28265]
Wesley Williams, Elizabeth Snead, Shelby Morge, Sridhar Narayan, Gene
Tagliarini, Mahnaz Moallem, Karen Hill, Univ. of North Carolina-Wilmington, USA
21st Century Educational Technology Course Design: A Five-Year
Research Project [27738]
Judy Lambert, The Univ. of Toledo, USA; Yi Gong, Keene State College, USA
Nautilus 3/Full Papers
Grande Ballroom C/Newcomer Welcome
Coordinators: Dee Anna Willis & Karen McFerrin, Northwestern State Univ., USA;
Roberta Weber, Florida Atlantic Univ., USA
If this is your first SITE conference, please attend
Supervised Problem Solving: A Novel Paradigm for E-Learning [28113]
Rajendra Vadnere, YCMOU, India
Teaching and Learning in Higher Education – An Integral Approach
[28130]
Martin Ebner, Graz Univ. of Tech., Austria; Nicolai Scerbakov, Inst. for
Information Systems and Computer Media/TU Graz, Austria; Behnam
Taraghi, Walther Nagler, Isidor Kamrat, Graz Univ. of Tech., Austria
NPI
Monitoring Topological Structure and Semantic Content of
Science and Mathematics Concept Maps Produced by Students in
Panama’s Conéctate al Conocimiento Project [27671]
Norma Miller, Univ. Tecnológica de Panamá, Panama
ScratchLabs: A Novel Professional Development Program for
Technology Integration [28445]
Alia Carter, g8four, USA; Shaundra Daily, Massachusetts Inst. of Tech.,
USA; Julian Daily, g8four, USA
Grande Ballroom B/Full Papers
VS
VS
Correlations Between Teacher-Student Interaction and Student
Academic Performance in a Large Virtual High School [28422]
Abigail Hawkins, Charles Graham, Brigham Young Univ., USA
Course Completion and Participation Patterns at Utah’s Electronic
High School [28506]
Abigail Hawkins, Charles Graham, Brigham Young Univ., USA
23
THURSDAY, APRIL 1 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Executive 3A/Brief Papers
INTD
ME
ME
ICT Coordinators: The Educators Behind the Scenes [29731]
Miri Shonfeld, Zipi Zelkovitz, Kibbutzim College of Education and Mofet
Inst., Israel; Olzan Goldshtein, Mofet Inst., Israel
Prisms and Pyramids with Google SketchUp: A Classroom Activity
[29708]
Kathryn Shafer, Ball State Univ., USA
Constructivism and Technology: Ways and Manner Technology
Changes the Roles of Teachers in Present-Day Classroom [29014]
Bobby Ojose, Univ. of Redlands, USA
Executive 1/Full Papers
SOC
SE
What Dewey Can Teach Us about a Quality Technological
Experience in a High School Social Studies Classroom [28223]
Daniel Stuckart, Wagner College, USA; Kenneth Carano, Booker High
School, USA
High-Tech Solutions From a Low-Tech Teacher: Learning New
Tricks From an Unlikely Source [28376]
Scott Slough, Texas A&M Univ., USA
TPACK Measuring TPACK in a Preservice Teacher Education Course
Utilizing a Blended Model of Instruction [28162]
Rob Horgan, Queen's Univ., Canada
IL
Reading the World: Critical Literacy and the Internet [28065]
Kate O'Hara, New York Inst. of Tech., USA
INTD
Bloom's Taxonomy vs Dale's Cone of Experience for Twenty-First
Century Students [27819]
Catherine Schifter, Temple Univ., USA
11:30 AM-12:30 PM
Seabreeze 1/2/Invited Symposium
INTD
Executive 4/Invited Symposium
NTLI - Award Winning Papers from the Content Areas – Part 1
ME
Influence of an Inquiry-Oriented, Technology-Based,
Proof-Intensive Geometry Course on the van Hiele Levels
of Prospective Mathematics Teachers [29949]
Carole Simard, Todd A. Grundmeier, California Polytechnic State Univ.,San Luis Obispo, USA
More Is at Stake than Scores and School Rankings:
Examining Authentic Intellectual Work with a Fifth-Grade
Digital Documentary Inquiry Project in a Mandated State
Testing Environment [29863]
Kathy Swan, Univ. of Kentucky, USA; Mark Hofer, College of William and
Mary, USA; Gerry Swan, Univ. of Kentucky, USA
Grande Ballroom A/Full Papers
DE
SOC
Marina 3/Full Papers
K12
K12
How to Turn Competitions into International Collaboration through
Educational Robotics – A Case of Robocupjunior Dance Tournament
[27921]
Amy Eguchi, Bloomfield College, USA
Technological Astuteness: Preparing Student Teachers for the
Digital Classroom [28011]
Paul Caron, Daniel Stasko, Univ. of Southern Maine Lewiston-Auburn
College, USA
GE
DE
Teaching a Foreign Language Using Information and
Communication Technologies [27826]
Emeli Luz, São Paulo State Univ., Brazil
Best Practices to Support and Assess Learning Using Wikis [27829]
Paula Jones, Maryann Kolloff, Fred Kolloff, Eastern Kentucky Univ., USA
Marina 5/Full Papers
DV
DV
Tools and Techniques for the Development and Hosting of
Multimedia Modules [28528]
Nanda Ganesan, California State Univ.,-Los Angeles, USA
Mediated Storytelling and Cognitive Development within ZPD: A
Vygotskian's Educational Perspective on Preschool Children of
Foreign Marriage Families [28551]
Cheng Hsu, National Chung Cheng Univ., Taiwan; Chia-pei Wu, I-Shou
Univ., Taiwan; Yi-ting Chen, National Chung Cheng Univ., Taiwan
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
DE
INTD
24
Wikis and Teacher Education Students: Is it a class act? [28335]
Daniel Tetteh-Richter, Pamela Whitehouse, WVU, USA
The Adobe CS4 Web Suite: From Beginning to Bedazzling! [27472]
Anastasia Trekles, Purdue Univ. Calumet, USA
An APPLE a Day the Online Way: Winning Strategies for Instructors
to Design Successful Online Learning Environments [27866]
Terri Bubb, Univ. of Houston, USA; Caroline Crawford, Denise McDonald,
Univ. of Houston-Clear Lake, USA
Preparing Novice Technology Faculty for Delivering and Online
Graduate Program [27279]
Susan O'Hara, California State Univ.-Sacramento, USA; Robert Pritchard,
Sacramento State Univ., USA
Nautilus 1/Brief Papers
DE
DE
IL
Marina 4/Full Papers
DE
The International Handbook Summit Call to Action for Learning
with Technology in the 21st Century: Next Steps – Part 2 [29830]
Joke Voogt, Univ. of Twente, Netherlands; Gerald Knezek, Univ. of North Texas,
USA; Chris Dede, Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA; Paul Resta, Univ.
of Texas-Austin, USA; Mike Searson, Kean Univ., USA; Ann Thompson, Iowa
State Univ., USA; Don Knezek, International Society for Technology in Education
(ISTE), Therese Laferriere, Laval Univ., Canada; David Gibson, Univ. of Vermont,
USA; Margaret Riel, SRI International & Pepperdine Univ., USA; Renate SchulzZander, TU Dortmund Univ., Germany; Rhonda Christensen, Univ. of North
Texas, USA; Kwok Wing Lai, Univ. of Otago, College of Education, New Zealand;
Niki Davis, Univ. of Canterbury, New Zealand; Rowland Baker, Santa Cruz
County Office of Education, USA; Ian Gibson, Macquarie Univ., Australia
Designing a Case-based Instruction Model for Web-based Teacher
Education [28283]
Fatih Saltan, Mersin Univ., Turkey; M. Yasar Ozden, METU Univ., Turkey
From Technology training to Technology integration: The Evaluation
of an Online “Train-The-Online-Trainer” Certificate Program [27727]
Hong Lin, Oklahoma State Univ., USA
Cyberbullying Victimization and Internalizing Problems: Peer
Relationship as a Moderator Effect [28965]
Ikuko Aoyama, Baylor Univ., USA
Nautilus 2/Brief Papers
ASSESS Assessment and Evaluation at a Distance: Project Camel! [28005]
Filip Vervenne, KATHO, Belgium
ASSESS WiTTIE (Wiki Templates Transforming Instructional Environments)
[28074]
Jennifer Kidd, Peter Baker, Cady Pinell, Patrick O'Shea, Dwight Allen, Old
Dominion Univ., USA
ASSESS Jing Software for Writing Assessment in Teacher Education
Programs [28596]
Matthew Miller, Western Washington Univ., USA
Nautilus 3/Brief Papers
K12
K12
K12
Technological Literacy: How to Teach, Plan and Educate with
Technology in mind [27979]
Shawn Robertson, Renee White-Clark, St. Joseph's College, USA
What's in a Name? Use of Technology in a “Technology Integrated
Learning Environment” [28477]
Shadow Armfield, Laura Sujo-Montes, Michael Blocher, Northern Arizona
Univ., USA
Technology: Its Role in Support of 21st Century Basic Skills [28486]
Mary Ann Coe, Midwestern State Univ., USA
THURSDAY, APRIL 1 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Nautilus 4/Brief Papers
DV
Beyond Words: Using Digital Comics to Connect Students to
Course Content [29802]
Jerome Eric Luczaj, Miami Univ., USA
DV
Digital Storytelling by Future Teachers: “Tegami (A Letter to Myself)”
[29737]
Hitoshi Susono, Tomoka Ikawa, Mie Univ., Japan; Ai Kagami, Geino
Junior High School, Japan; Tsutomu Shimomura, Mie Univ., Japan
ASSESS The Eportfolio in Teacher Education: How Does it Impact
Professional Development? [29755]
Thierry Karsenti, Simon Collin, Univ. of Montreal, Canada
Executive 4/Invited Symposium
NTLI - Award Winning Papers from the Content Areas – Part 2
DV
Hazelton High at REST: A Simulation Unmasking Ethical
Behavior in Science Educators [29872]
Shawn Y. Holmes, Leonard A. Annetta, North Carolina State Univ., USA;
Meng-Tzu Cheng, National Chiao Tung Univ., Taiwan
EE
The Digital Writing Workshop: Framing an Instructional
Approach for Writing in the 21st Century [30048]
Troy Hicks, Central Michigan Univ., USA
Nautilus 5/Brief Papers
Marina 3/Brief Papers
GS
TPACK Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK): A Content
Analysis of 2006-2009 Print Journal Articles [29621]
Mario Kelly, Hunter College, City Univ. of New York, USA
TPACK Coding Preservice Teacher Lesson Plans for TPACK [27853]
Kristen Kereluik, Greg Casperson, Mete Akcaoglu, Michigan State Univ., USA
GE
Technology Integration by Faculty [29012]
Lorrie Webb, Texas Wesleyan Univ., USA
GS
ECE
An Analysis of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning through
Problem-based Learning and Alternate Reality Gaming [28047]
Jennifer Lee, Anjum Najmi, Scott Warren, Univ. of North Texas, USA
Empowering Student Designers with Meaningful Interactions:
Participatory Design of an Educational Game [27959]
Jun Fang, Constance Harris, Johannes Strobel, Purdue Univ., USA
Virtually There: How Preservice Teachers Learned about Child
Development in Second Life [28464]
Leticia De Leon, Univ. of Texas Pan American, USA
Grande Ballroom B/Brief Papers
INTD
INTL
INTD
Playing New Roles: Preservice Teachers, Blogs, Self-Competence,
and Higher-order Thinking [28370]
Carol Thompson, Rowan Univ., USA
Using Social Networks for Language Learning [29648]
Ali Reza Rezaei, California State Univ., USA
Weaving Culture into Language: Photo-Elicitation Interview about
Taiwanese English Language Teachers’ Sojourn in America [29735]
Szu-Yueh Chien, Univ. of Georgia, USA
Executive 3A/Brief Papers
ME
ME
ME
Tenets of Technology Integration: The Cool Things That Can Be
Achieved [29015]
Bobby Ojose, Univ. of Redlands, USA
Balancing Traditional and Technological Approaches to Geometric
Constructions [29356]
Robert Quinn, Zhixia You, Univ. of Nevada-Reno, USA
Analyzing Teachers’ Learning in an Online Professional Teaching
Community: Transferring a Framework from Face-to-Face to
Online [29706]
Jason Silverman, Drexel Univ., USA; Chrystal Dean, Appalachian State
Univ., USA
Marina 4/Brief Papers
DFF
Inservice and Preservice Teacher Involvement in Online
Communities of Practice [28990]
Berhane Teclehaimanot, Torey Hickman, The Univ. of Toledo, USA
INTD
Web 2.0 in the Preservice Teacher Classroom: Using Blogs to
Enhance Learning [27351]
Berhane Teclehaimanot, Lisa Kahle-Piasecki, Univ. of Toledo, USA
ASSESS Students with Laptops – The Laptop as Portfolio [29774]
Tomas Lindroth, Univ. West, Sweden; Johan Lundin, Gothenburg Univ.,
Sweden
Marina 5/Brief Papers
INTD
INTD
INTD
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
ITE
Executive 1/Brief Papers
ITE
ITE
ITE
Developing a Collaborative Constructivist Framework for a
Mandatory Preservice Course in Information and Communication
Technology [28358]
Ann McGrath, Univ. of Canterbury, New Zealand
Preservice Teachers' vision of ICT in the Classroom [28129]
Alison Egan, Marino Inst. of Education, Ireland; Ann FitzGibbon, Trinity
College Dublin, Ireland
Comparison of Preservice Teachers’ Intent and Inservice
Teachers’ Use on Computer-based Technology [27953]
Kioh Kim, Sanghoon Park, Ron McBride, Karen McFerrin, Northwestern
State Univ., USA
Supporting Student Research in a Graduate Level Teacher
Education Program Though an Online Research Mentorship [29743]
Kim MacKinnon, OISE, Univ. of Toronto, Canada
Online Technology Teacher Professional Development Courselets:
Design and Development [29748]
Nathaniel Ostashewski, Athabasca Univ., Canada
A Case Study of the Development and Diffusion of Mobile
Learning [29808]
Teresa Chen, California State Univ., Long Beach, USA
INTL
INTD
INTL
Teacher Technology Use during Induction Years: A Follow Up to
Preservice Teacher Technology Use Research [27994]
Berhane Teclehaimanot, Gale Mentzer, Univ. of Toledo, USA
Title: Victim to Victor in History, Literature and Intercultural
and International Dialogues about Race Relations in America:
A Collaborative Education Project [28194]
Donna King, Pennsylvania State Univ., USA
Online Asynchronous Team-Based Learning: A Phased Design to
Enhance Student Performance [28372]
Jeanne Samuel, Tulane Univ. School of Medicine, USA; Janice Hinson,
Univ. of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA
Challenge of Preparing Globally-Skilled Teachers: A Technologybased Teacher Education Model [28297]
Datta Kaur Khalsa, Laurence Peters, Katherine Woodward, Univ. of
Maryland Univ. College, USA
25
THURSDAY, APRIL 1 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
12:15-1:30 PM
Nautilus 5/Full Papers
INTD
Lunch Break: 12:30-1:30 PM
Nautilus Foyer
Electronic & Assistive Technology Playground
Open: 12:00-1:30 PM
1:30-2:30 PM
EVAL
Grande Ballroom B/Full Papers
WE
Grande Ballroom A/Invited Speaker (1 hr)
K12
Emerging Technologies – How They Affect Future Schooling and
the Skills We Should Be Developing [29898]
Westley Field, MLC School in Sydney, Australia
WE
Seabreeze 1/2/Panel (1 hr)
SE
No more Standing-by for Middle Schoolers: Project Updates from
Middle Schoolers Out to Save the World (MSOSW) [28371]
Rhonda Christensen, Univ. of North Texas, USA; Tandra Tyler-Wood, Univ,
USA; Gerald Knezek, David Gibson, Univ. of North Texas, USA; Theresa
Overall, Univ. of Maine-Farmington, USA; Lisa Gros, Southeastern Louisiana
Univ., USA; Allan Baer, SolarQuest, USA; Amber Ellison, Okyoung Lim, Univ.
of North Texas, USA
Nautilus 1/Full Papers
DE
DE
Towards A Model For Supporting Teachers Development of
Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching in an Online Environment
[28189]
Jason Silverman, Ellen Clay, Drexel Univ., USA
Learning Styles Differences Blurring with Changing Technology in
Distance Learning Classes [28202]
Vicki Brown, Florida Atlantic Univ., USA
Nautilus 2/Full Papers
DE
DE
Personal Pronouns as Indicators of Interpersonal Interaction in an
Online Learning Environment [28534]
Oguzhan Atabek, Akdeniz Univ., Turkey; Ismail Yildiz, Selcuk Univ., Turkey
The Development of an Application-Based Curriculum for
Teaching Instructional Technology [28542]
Kenny Rigler, Fort Hays State Univ., USA
Nautilus 3/Full Papers
GE
GE
Fostering a Community of Learners in an Online Master’s Program
Directed Toward K-12 Teachers in Integrating Technologies in
Mathematics Education and Science Education [28196]
Margaret Niess, Emily van Zee, Oregon State Univ., USA
Differences Between Elementary and Secondary Preservice
Faculty’s Response to a One-to-One Computing Initiative [28354]
Ariana Eichelberger, Peter Leong, Catherine Fulford, Univ. of HawaiiManoa College of Education, USA
INTL
26
Teacher Education for 21st Century Teachers: Concentration in
Technology and Collaboration to Enhance the Quality of Education
in the Americas [28320]
Adriana Vilela, Andrea Aranguren, Organization of American States OAS, Argentina
Future Trends in Chinese Character Teaching: Use of Embodiment
and Technologies in Classrooms [28468]
Ming-Tsan Lu, Chi-Ying Wu, Cameron Fadjo, John Black, Teachers
College, Columbia Univ., USA
Selecting Virtual Museum Exhibits to Support Classroom Teaching
[27811]
Marie Iding, Univ. of Hawaii, USA; Joan Nordbotten, Univ. of Bergen, Norway
Perceived Success of Immediate Coaching of Student Teachers
with WIME (Whisper In My Ear) Device [28118]
Nele Coninx, Karel Kreijns, Fontys Univ. of Applied Science, Netherlands;
Wim Jochems, Eindhoven Univ. of Tech. - Eindhoven School of
Education, Netherlands
Executive 3A/Full Papers
ITE
ITE
Increasing Technology Students’ Innovation by Immersing them in
an Intensive Designing Thinking Workshop [28018]
Geoff Wright, Paul Skaggs, Brigham Young Univ., College of Engineering,
USA; Rick West, Brigham Young Univ., Instructional Psychology and
Tech., USA
Empowering Teaching through Instruction-Adapted Technology:
Case Studies on Mobile Learning [28069]
Sheng-Wen Huang, Yao-Ting Sung, Graduate Inst. of Information and
Computer Education National Taiwan Normal Univ., Taiwan
Executive 1/Full Papers
TPACK Values, Beliefs, and Perspectives: Teaching Online within the Zone
of Possibility Created by Technology [27693]
Kathryn Dirkin, CMU, USA; Punya Mishra, MSU, USA
ECE
Constructivist Teaching Approach: Integrating a Multimedia Tool to
Enhance Student Learning In a First Grade Classroom [27770]
Desiree Anderson, Prince Bull, North Carolina Central Univ., USA
Executive 4/Full Papers
DE
K12
Investigating the Use of Online Discussions in an Undergraduate
Face-to-Face Course [27786]
Petrea Redmond, Univ. of Southern Queensland, Australia
Teachers’ Beliefs, Philosophical Foundations for Pedagogy, and
Technology Integration [28436]
ChanMin Kim, Minkyu Kim, Chia-Jung Lee, Michael Spector, Univ. of
Georgia, USA; Karen DeMeester, Jonathan McKeown, Janet Capps,
Florida State Univ., USA; Brenda Litchfield, Univ. of South Alabama, USA;
Sarah Howard, Univ. of Sydney, Australia
Marina 3/Full Papers
SE
Nautilus 4/Full Papers
INTL
The Search Engine Performance in the Arabic Language [28156]
Abed Hajjar, Univ. of Paris 8, France
Research Supporting the Development of a New Online M.Ed.
Program in Instructional Technologies and Preliminary Assessments
of Initial Coursework that Focuses on Web 2.0 Technologies [27756]
Carrie Thornthwaite, Lipscomb Univ., USA
SE
A Project-Based, STEM-Integrated Team Challenge for Elementary
and Middle School Teachers in Alternative Energy [28269]
John Harris, Saint Francis Univ., USA; Allison Felix, Saint Francis Univ.
Science Outreach Center, USA
Using Wiki to Foster Distributed Expertise in a Science Teacher
Professional Development Community [28292]
Hye Jeong Kim, Bruce Herbert, Susan Pedersen, Cathleen Loving, Texas
A&M Univ., USA
Marina 4/Symposium
GS
Assessment in Serious Educational Game, Simulations and Virtual
Worlds – Part 1 [28120]
Leonard Annetta, NC State, USA; Jamie Kirkley, Wisdom Tools, Inc, USA;
Diane Ketelhut, Temple Univ., USA; Philippos Savvides, Arizona State Univ.,
USA; Lilly Lu, Northern Illinois Univ., USA; Matt Dunleavy, Radford Univ.,
USA; Greg Jones, North Texas Univ., USA; Richard Lamb, Marcus Stone,
North Carolina State Univ., USA; Sonny Kirkley, Information In Place, Inc.,
USA; Mina Johnson-Glenberg, David Birchfield, Arizona State Univ., USA;
Walt Heinecke, Univ. of Virginia, USA
THURSDAY, APRIL 1 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
GS
GS
Assessment in Serious Educational Game, Simulations and Virtual
Worlds – Part 2 [29828]
Leonard Annetta, NC State, USA; Jamie Kirkley, Wisdom Tools, Inc, USA;
Diane Ketelhut, Temple Univ., USA; Philippos Savvides, Arizona State Univ.,
USA; Lilly Lu, Northern Illinois Univ., USA; Matt Dunleavy, Radford Univ.,
USA; Greg Jones, North Texas Univ., USA; Richard Lamb, Marcus Stone,
North Carolina State Univ., USA; Sonny Kirkley, Information In Place, Inc.,
USA; Mina Johnson-Glenberg, David Birchfield, Arizona State Univ., USA;
Walt Heinecke, Univ. of Virginia, USA
Assessing Gaming, Computer and Scientific Inquiry Self-efficacy
in a Virtual Environment [29865]
Diane Jass Ketelhut, Temple Univ., USA
Marina 5/Brief Papers
ASSESS Podcasting System for Supervision [29784]
Jiyoon Yoon, Mark Mizuko, Taegwan Kim, Univ. of Minnesota Duluth, USA
ASSESS A Comparative Analysis Approach in Using an Adaptive Testing
System [29606]
Zahra Mehrizi, Helal Inst. of Science and Tech., Iran (Islamic Republic of);
Mohammad Hasan Ramesht, Islamic Azad Univ., Iran (Islamic Republic of)
DE
Pedagogical, Perception, and Historical Considerations in Utilizing
Technology in Class Offerings [28973]
Kristie Ogilvie, CSU San Bernardino, USA
Nautilus 2/Brief Papers
EVAL
EVAL
NPI
Nautilus 3/Brief Papers
DE
DE
DE
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
ITE
ITE
ITE
ITE
To Tweet or Not To Tweet: Using Socially Mediated Technologies to
Promote 21st Century Pedagogy [28228]
Matthew Broda, Megan Wereley, Alison Schmidt, Jennifer Shutt, College
of Wooster, USA
Lack of Safety Practice in Cyber Security Among Future Teachers:
An Exploratory Study [28263]
Joachim Agamba, Idaho State Univ., USA
Preservice and Inservice Teachers’ Attitudes Toward WebQuests
as a Method of Classroom Instruction [28383]
Zafer Unal, USF St. Petersburg, USA; Aslihan Unal, Usak Univ., Turkey
Embedding Technology-Rich Practicum Experiences within
School-Year and Summer Graduate Education Courses [28344]
Andrea Peach, Georgetown College, USA
2:45-3:45 PM
Grande Ballroom A/Panel (1 hr)
LEAD
State-wide Leadership in Preparing Teachers to use Technology
Effectively [29855]
Cindy Kovalik, Chia Kuo, Kent State Univ., USA; Ronald Abate, Cleveland State
Univ., USA; Teresa Franklin, Ohio Univ., USA; Dennis Decoulo, Cleveland State
Univ., USA; Maggie Veres, Roger Carlsen, Wright State Univ., USA
Seabreeze 1/2/Panel (1 hr)
ME
Computational Thinking in K-12: Defining the Space [28331]
Joyce Malyn-Smith, Education Development Center, USA; Bob Coulter,
Missouri Botanical Garden, USA; Jill Denner, Education, Training, Research
(ETR) Associates, USA; Irene Lee, Sante Fe Inst., USA; Joel Stiles,
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, USA; Linda Werner, Univ. of California,Santa Cruz, USA
Nautilus 1/Brief Papers
Rapid Instructional Design: Increasing Educator Capacity for
Developing Elearning Solutions [28103]
Stella Lee, Athabasca Univ., Canada; Iain Doherty, The Univ. of Auckland,
New Zealand
ASSESS Integrating E-Portfolios for Music Teachers: A Creative and
Pedagogic Undertaking [28091]
Jennifer Rowley, Peter Dunbar-Hall, Univ. of Sydney, Australia
NPI
Students’ Perspectives on Using Clickers in Classroom Instruction
[29768]
Liyan Song, Cora Roush, Towson Univ., USA
Teachers as Learners: Training in the Post-16 Sector [27946]
Carole Gordon, Univ. of Aberdeen, UK
Developing a Framework for Teacher Professional Development
Using Online Social Networks [27834]
Kinnis Gosha, Clemson Univ., USA; Elodie Billionniere, Arizona State
Univ., USA; Juan Gilbert, Clemson Univ., USA; Mesha Ramsey, Russell
County School District, USA
Mobilizing Educational Technologists in a Collaborative Online
Community to Develop a Knowledge Management System as a
Wiki [29084]
Nancy Copeland, Anne Bednar, Eastern Michigan Univ., USA
Mathematics Faculty Members’ Roles, Skills, and Teaching
Experiences in a Hybrid Environment [27851]
Chatchada Akarasriworn, Heng-Yu Ku, Univ. of Northern Colorado, USA
A Totally Online University Class in Statistics for Teachers: Aids
and Cautions [27755]
Cleborne Maddux, Leping Liu, Rhoda Cummings, Univ. of Nevada-Reno, USA
Using Curriculum Evaluation Results to Assess the Effectiveness
of a Hybrid Degree Program (Face-To-Face and Asynchronous
Online) Designed to Train Teachers in the Use of Data to Inform
Their Practices [27878]
Shawn Fitzgerald, Kent State Univ., USA
Nautilus 4/Brief Papers
DV
DE
EVAL
Technology Enhanced Collaboration – Schools and Teachers
Engaged in Professional Development (TEC-STEP): Design and
Evaluation of an Online Model of Professional Development for K12 School Communities in Rural Areas [27820]
Timothy Frey, Kansas State Univ., USA
Engaging in Professional Development Online: To What Extent Do
They Influence Online Teaching and Learning? [27894]
Lydia Kyei-Blankson, Illinois State Univ., USA; Joseph Blankson, Carle
Foundation, USA
Visualizing and Verbalizing by Digital Storytelling in English
Reading class in Japanese University [29815]
Midori Kimura, Tokyo Women's Medical Univ., Japan
Nautilus 5/Brief Papers
TPACK Using TPACK as a Model for School Development [28126]
Kirsti Engelien, Univ. of Oslo, Norway; Kjersti Stundal, Gjerdrum
Secondary School, Norway
INTD
Faculty-Student Interaction in the Technological Age: The
Perpetual Professor? [28200]
Mary Beth Leidman, Mark Piwinsky, Matthew McKeague, Indiana Univ. of
Pennsylvania, USA
DE
Ambiguity Intolerance and the Adult Online Learner [28238]
Dan Clark, Valley City State Univ., USA
Grande Ballroom B/Brief Papers
INTL
INTL
DE
ECE
Web 2.0 Technology Infusion in Kurdish Iraq [28240]
Roger Geyer, The American Univ. of Iraq-Sulaimani, Iraq
Global Positioning System and Social Interaction Software Across
Content Areas [27940]
Melda N. Yildiz, Kean Univ., USA; Gul Geldymuradova, Academy of
Science, Turkmenistan
Preservice Teachers’ Attitudes toward Computer Use [29724]
Filiz Varol, Firat Univ., Turkey
27
THURSDAY, APRIL 1 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Executive 3A/Brief Papers
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
EE
K12
EE
SE
Motivating Students to Read Assigned Materials Using a Wiki –
Two Years in Review [27986]
Kathryn Matthew, Emese Felvegi, Univ. of Houston-Clear Lake, USA;
Rebecca Callaway, Arkansas Tech Univ., USA
A Snapshot of the Life of Two Latinas using new Technologies [28512]
Luisa Lara, Taller Educativo Integral del Desarrollo, Venezuela
Presence Theory and Virtual Games: A Case of SAVE Science [27887]
Catherine Schifter, Diane Ketelhut, Temple Univ., USA; Brian Nelson,
Arizona State Univ., USA
Executive 1/Brief Papers
ITE
ITE
GS
Urban High School Teachers’ Experiences in an IT/STEM Summer
Course: Gaining Knowledge and Skills, Preparedness to Use,
Evaluation [28382]
Mesut Duran, Serkan Sendag, Univ. of Michigan-Dearborn, USA
iPods & the iLRN Theory: Classroom Connections [27751]
Lesia Lennex, Morehead State Univ., USA
The Crane: Creating, Implementing and Evaluating an Augmented
Reality Art Curriculum [28427]
Patrick O'Shea, PMO Educational Consulting, USA; Kitty Gabriel, The
School in the Park, USA; Vasundhara Prabhu, The San Diego Museum of
Art, USA
Executive 4/Brief Papers
INTL
Enabling Teachers to Find, Share and Remix Digital Learning
Resources – a European Perspective [29716]
Tommy Byskov Lund, Leo Højsholt-Poulsen, UNI-C. The Danish IT Centre
for Education and Research, Denmark
INTL
Research on the Effectiveness of Using an E-book as a Textbook
[29704]
Chinyin Chen, Meiho Inst. of Tech., Taiwan
TPACK TPACK as Shared, Distributed Knowledge [29761]
Hæge Nore, Akershus Univ. College, Norway; Kirsti L. Engelien, Monica
Johannesen, Oslo Univ. College, Norway
Marina 3/Brief Papers
K12
K12
K12
Stages and External Factors in the Development of Rural
Teachers’ ICT Abilities in Gansu Province [29726]
Shaoqing Guo, Northwest Normal Univ., China; Zhuzhu Wang, National
Center for Educational Tech. China, China; Naxin Zhao, Ontario Institue
for Studies in Education of the Univ. of Toronto, Canada
Modeling the Use of Technology to Enhance Assessment and
Instruction for Students with Disabilities in a Preservice Special
Education Course [28147]
Jennifer Williams, Debbie Metcalf, East Carolina Univ., USA
Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge for Music
Teachers [28124]
William Bauer, Case Western Reserve Univ., USA
Marina 4/Brief Papers
ASSESS Assessment of Online Master Programs: Procedures,
Management, and Outcomes [29914]
Leping Liu, Univ. of Nevada-Reno, USA
GS
Art Education Avatars in Action: Assessing Learning in 3D Virtual
Art Learning Environments [29961]
Lilly Lu, Northern Illinois Univ., USA
Marina 5/Brief Papers
AT
AT
AE
28
Developing Teachers’ Utilization of Interactive Whiteboards [29667]
Yalin Turel, Firat Univ., Turkey
Video Study Groups for College Instructors [29614]
Lasse Savola, FIT/SUNY, USA
Production of 3DCG Animation of Renku and its Evaluation [28100]
Nobuhiko Takada, Ryoichi Yanagaisawa, Kanazawa Gakuin Univ., Japan
K12
ITE
VS
What Types of Technology are Really Used by Middle School
Teachers? [27277]
Berhane Teclehaimanot, Dwayne DeMedio, Univ. of Toledo, USA
Strategic Tutoring: Computerized Professional Development Leads
to Student Independence [28122]
Paula Lancaster, Sean Lancaster, Grand Valley State Univ., USA
Coming Out of the Old: The Role of Technology in Creative
Pedagogy [28488]
SungAe Yoo, Hye Jeong Kim, Texas A&M Univ., USA
The One-Two Step: How Preservice Teacher Teams Transformed
Theory Learning into Empowerment in Second Life [28303]
Leticia De Leon, Carmen Pena, Univ. of Texas Pan American, USA
Beverage Break: 3:45-4:00 PM
4:00-5:00 PM
Grande Ballroom A/Brief Papers
DE
DE
DV
Current and Future Trends in Free and Open Source Software [29700]
Betul Ozkan, The Univ. of Arizona South, USA
Does Student Learning Style Change with Educational Levels? [28947]
David Seiler, Dewer College of Education - Valdosta State Univ., USA
The Effectiveness Evaluation of Manga-Based Teaching Material
for Network Literacy [29746]
Naoko Kasami, J. F. Oberlin Univ., Japan
Seabreeze 1/2/Panel (1 hr)
WE
Issues in STEM Workforce Education for Information Technology
and STEM Careers [28325]
Joyce Malyn-Smith, Education Development Center, USA; Steven Bean, The
Center for Youth Success, ETR Associates, USA; Ralph Coppola, Parametric
Technologies Corp., USA; Rich Feller, School of Education, Colorado State
Univ., USA; Jess Gropen, Education Development Center, USA
Nautilus 1/Full Papers
DE
DE
Bridging the Distance Between McDonald Observatory and
Classrooms Across Texas [28212]
Cindy Roberts-Gray, Magdalena Rood, Third Coast R&D, Inc, USA;
Sandra Preston, McDonald Observatory, USA; Mary Kay Hemenway,
Astronomy Department, Univ. of Texas, USA
The Use of Asynchronous Video Communication to Improve Instructor
Immediacy and Social Presence in an Online Course [28241]
Jered Borup, Charles R. Graham, Andrea Velasquez, Brigham Young
Univ., USA
Nautilus 2/Full Papers
DE
DE
Secondary Teachers Incorporating ICT in Mathematics Classrooms
[28548]
Verónica Hoyos, Univ. Pedagógica Nacional, Mexico
Sociability in Computer Supported Collaborative Learning
Environment (CSCL) [28550]
Wan Zah Wan Ali, Ahmad Fauzi Mohd Ayub, Mokhtar Nawawi, Rosnaini
Mahmud, Nurul Fatiha Che Jamin, Rusli Abdullah, Univ. Putra Malysia,
Malaysia
Nautilus 3/Full Papers
INTD
INTD
iTeach, I Learn [27281]
David Buhl, Carol Bell, Northern Michigan Univ., USA
Science Teacher Candidates: A Constructivist View of Podcasting
[27283]
Thomas D. Wolsey, Walden Univ., USA; Dana Grisham, California State
Univ.-East Bay, USA
THURSDAY, APRIL 1 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Nautilus 4/Full Papers
Marina 4/Full Papers
NPI
DV
NPI
The Trinity of Community: Google, Facebook and Twitter [27274]
Sean Mendoza, Pepperdine Univ., USA
The Use of a Wiki in Teacher Education: How Does Learning and
Instruction Change When Work Can “Go Public”? [27374]
Eileen O'Connor, Empire State College/SUNY, USA
Nautilus 5/Full Papers
EVAL
EVAL
TPACK at an Urban Middle School: Promoting Social Justice and
Narrowing the Digital Divide [27828]
Savilla Banister, Rachel Vannatta Reinhart, Bowling Green State Univ., USA
Information Communication Technology in Teacher Education in
an Emerging Developing Country [27881]
Jef Peeraer, Flemish Association for Development Cooperation and
Technical Assistance - Vietnam, Viet Nam; Peter Van Petegem, Univ. of
Antwerp, Belgium, Belgium
Grande Ballroom B/Full Papers
DE
WE
The Online School for Girls: How Web 2.0 will Change the Way
Girls Learn [27372]
Larry Goodman, Online School for Girls, USA
The Rigorous Teacher Professional Development Initiated and
Promoted by Applying TINS and Shared Leadership in a Rural
Elementary School in Taiwan [28439]
Yi-Feng Huang, Min-Jin Lin, Graduate Inst. of Science Education,
National Dong Hwa Univ., Taiwan; Ching-Dar Lin, National Dong Hwa
Univ., Taiwan
DV
Marina 5/Full Papers
ASSESS Design and Validation of an Analysis Grid of Social Networks
(Virtual Communities) [27965]
Eliana Santana Lisboa, Clara Coutinho, Univ. of Minho, Portugal
NPI
“O Brave New World”: The Roles of Teacher Educators,
Researchers, Assessors and Evaluators in Web-Based
Communities of Practice for Teachers [28308]
Christina Preston, MirandaNet Fellowship, WLE Centre, Inst. of
Education, London, UK; Marilyn Leask, Brunel Univ., UK; Sonia
Blandford, Teach First, UK
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
WE
Executive 3A/Full Papers
ITE
ITE
Teaching College Students to Hand-Code Windows Forms
Applications [28076]
Penn Wu, Cypress College, USA
The Digital Curriculum Divide: Preparing Preservice Teachers to
Meet the Information and Communication Technology Demands in
the Teaching Profession [28326]
Rob Horgan, Queen's Univ., Canada
ITE
K12
Executive 1/Full Papers
TPACK Storytelling as a Strategy for Integrating Technologies into the
Curriculum: An Empirical Study with Post-Graduate Teachers
[27802]
Clara Coutinho, Minho Univ.-Braga, Portugal
TPACK Preservice Teacher Technology Integration: The Team-Taught
Cohort Model and TPACK [27840]
Grace Ward, Theresa Overall, Univ. of Maine Farmington, USA
Executive 4/Full Papers
ASSESS Implementing Online Learning Objects in the Secondary Math
Classroom [27886]
Josh Fischer, Lewis and Clark High School, USA; Kevin Pyatt, Eastern
Washington Univ., USA
DE
Understanding Students’ Collaborative Online Interaction: Analysis
of Discussion Board Postings [27843]
Scot McNary, Liyan Song, Towson Univ., USA
Factors Influencing Preschool Teachers’ Use of a Video Versus
Print Medium Storybook to Introduce Concepts of Health and
Disability Awareness [28023]
Manon Lauderdale, National Rehabilitation Hospital/Nova Southeastern
Univ., USA; Inger Ljungberg, Brenda Triyono, National Rehabilitation
Hospital, USA; Alexander Libin, National Rehabilitation
Hospital/Georgetown Univ., USA; Maxine Cohen, Nova Southeastern
Univ., USA
Improving Student Science and English Language Skills: A Study
of the Effectiveness of BrainPOP [28389]
Scott Elliot, SEG Assessment | SEG Research, USA; Kari Stubbs,
BrainPOP, USA
K12
Exploring Student’s Learning Environment When Enrolled in a
Distance Education Program [28045]
Debra M. Wolf, William Huber, Slippery Rock Univ., USA; ALissa
Bookwalter, Physician Insurers Association of America (PIAA), USA;
Bonnie Anton, UPMC St.Margaret, USA
Improving Online Pedagogy: How Student Input Can Improve
Course Content, Structure, and Delivery [28048]
Loren Ryan, Chris Burkett, Columbia College, USA
Professional Development for Communities of Practice [28219]
Martha Peet, Texas Center for Educational Technology, USA; Angela
Cowan, Belton Independent School District, USA; Anita Kliewer, Lemoyne
Dunn, Univ. of North Texas, USA; Terice Schneider, Belton Independent
School District, USA
More Than Talk: mLearning Activities for the K12 Classroom [28457]
Lin Muilenburg, St. Mary's College of Maryland, USA
4:45-6:00 PM
Executive 2a/2b/Teacher Education Council Meeting
6:30-8:30 PM
SITE Leadership Summit (invited)
Marina 3/Brief Papers
ECE
ECE
ECE
Digital Storytelling Viewed through a Post-process Lens [29695]
Martha Green, Texas A&M Univ., USA
Effectiveness of a Hypermedia Video Case-Based Library for
Inservice Teachers’ Professional Development [29760]
Mary Cockburn, Aman Yadav, Karen Diamond, Douglas Powell, Purdue
Univ., USA
Preparing Teachers to Plan for Meaningful Integration of
Technology [29736]
Dina Rosen, Kean Univ., USA; Candace Jaruszewicz, College of
Charleston, USA; Arlene Bloom, New Jersey City Univ., USA; Jo Hoffman,
Kean Univ., USA
29
FRIDAY, APRIL 2 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Nautilus 2/Full Papers
FRIDAY, APRIL 2
K12
8:00 - 9:00 AM
Grande Ballroom Foyer/Beverage Break: 8:00-9:00 AM
EE
Grande Ballroom C/Newcomer Welcome
Coordinators: Dee Anna Willis & Karen McFerrin, Northwestern State Univ., USA;
Roberta Weber, Florida Atlantic Univ., USA
If this is your first SITE conference, please attend
Nautilus 3/Full Papers
AE
9:00-10:00 AM
Grande Ballroom A/B
Keynote Panel
Putting the “E” into STEM Preparation for all Teachers
Kendall Starkweather, ASEE, USA
Elizabeth Parry, North Carolina State University, USA
Erin Reilly, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Patricia Norris, National Geographic, USA
10:15 AM-12:30 PM
Marina 5/Workshop
W5
Blended Learning for the Digital Age (Bring Your Own Laptop) [28081]
Mark Geary, Dakota State Univ., USA
Executive 2A/2B/Workshop
W6
Free and FUN Online Tools for Assessing Student Learning
(Bring Your Own Laptop) [28145]
Leaunda Hemphill, Donna McCaw, Jill Myers, Xiaokai Jia, Hoyet
Hemphill, Western Illinois Univ., USA
10:15-11:15 AM
EE
Putting the “E” into STEM Preparation for all Teachers [29911]
Kendall Starkweather, American Society for Engineering Educations, USA;
Elizabeth Parry, North Carolina State Univ., USA; Erin Reilly,
Massachusetts Inst. of Tech., USA; Patricia Norris, Director of Online
Education, National Geographic, USA
ASSESS IWAS: Intelligent Web-Based Assessment System [28079]
Jingshan Huang, Univ. of South Alabama, USA; Lei He, National Inst.s of
Health, USA; Gayle Davidson-Shivers, Univ. of South Alabama, USA
GS
Building an Interactive One Room School Experience in Second
Life: An Example of TPACK at Work [29806]
Kajal Shah, Mimi Lee, Iowa State Univ., USA
GE
Director of Technology [29712]
Madu Ireh, Winston-Salem State Univ., USA
Nautilus 5/Full Papers
K12
K12
Using an Interactive Classroom in The Elementary Grades to
Transform Education (Bring Your Own Laptop) [30154] (No Fee)
David Kootman, Promethean Strategic Initiatives, USA
ME
Assessing the Performance of College Algebra Using
Modularity and Technology: A Two Year Case Study of
NCAT’s Supplemental Model [27980]
A. Dale Magoun, David Hare, Azime Saydam, Charlotte Owens, Elizabeth
Smith, Univ. of Louisiana-Monroe, USA
ME
Seabreeze 1/2/Panel (1 hr)
SE
ME
The Role of Technology in Mathematics and Science Achievement:
Lessons from Asian Educators [28028]
Roy Tamashiro, Webster Univ., USA; Carol-Lynn Petras, Affton School
District/Pepperdine Univ., USA; Kun Shao, Webster Univ., USA
Must Technology Take Place in Mathematics and Science
Pedagogy?: What Do Chinese Educators Think? [29931]
Kun Shao, Webster Univ., USA
Nautilus 1/Full Papers
AE
An Examination of Gender and Technology in Art
Education [28052]
Alice Lai, SUNY-Empire State College, Center for Distance Learning, USA
AE
30
Teaching Teachers to Teach with Body- and Space related
Technologies: Programmable Clothing in Performative Teaching
Processes [28186]
Thomas Winkler, IMIS/Univ. of Luebeck, Germany; Martina Ide, IQSH,
Germany; Michael Herczeg, IMIS/Univ. of Luebeck, Germany
Engaging More Students from Underrepresented Groups In
Technology: What Happens if We Don't? [28282]
Kimberly A. Scott, Arizona State Univ., USA; Kevin Clark, Kimberly
Sheridan, George Mason Univ., USA; Elisabeth Hayes, Cynthia Mruczek,
Arizona State Univ., USA
Research Informing Practice: Blogging in the Spanish Classroom
[28363]
Todd Reimer, Metropolitan State College of Denver, USA; Felicia Reimer,
Dakota Ridge High School, USA
Grande Ballroom B/Full Papers
Marina 4/Workshop
W10
The Use of Feedback in the ESL Writing Class Integrating
Automated Essay Scoring (AES) [28274]
Jaeho Choi, Youngju Lee, Univ. of Virginia, USA
Technological Pedagogical Collaboration: Preservice English
Teachers and Collaborative Projects [28467]
Melanie Shoffner, Purdue Univ., USA
Nautilus 4/Brief Papers
Grande Ballroom A/Keynote Conversation (1 hr)
DFF
Ergo-PAD, Ergonomic Posture Alignment Devise – How Proper
Posture Can Prevent Repetitive Stress Injuries [29845]
Ethan Epstein, Brandon Loye, Michael Walsh, Sean Colford, The Back
Straight Boys, USA
A Case Study of Podcasting as Self-Regulation in a Hybrid
Language Learning Context [28458]
Li-Wei Peng, Bowling Green State Univ., USA; Cheun-Yeong Lee,
Defense Language Inst., Taiwan
High School Mathematics Teachers and Interactive Whiteboards: A
Longitudinal Study of 2 Users and 2 Future-Users, Year 3 [28391]
Jeffrey Hall, Mill Creek High School (Gwinett County, GA), USA; Gregory
Chamblee, Georgia Southern Univ., USA
Executive 3A/Full Papers
ITE
ITE
Integrating Computational and Modeling Technology with
Problem-based Learning to Improve Teaching and Learning in the
Core STEM Curriculum [28337]
Mahnaz Moallem, Shelby Morge, Sridhar Narayan, Gene Tagliarini,
Katharine Daniels, UNC Wilmington, USA
Microworlds to Improve Learning in Introductory Computer
Programming Courses [28351]
James Robertson, Univ. of Maryland University College, USA; Jeffrey
Kenton, Towson Univ., USA
Executive 1/Full Papers
TPACK Observational Measures of Technological, Pedagogical, Content
Knowledge (TPACK) in the Integration of Laptop Computers in
Elementary Wwriting Instruction [27841]
Julie Mueller, Wilfrid Laurier Univ., Canada
FRIDAY, APRIL 2 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
TPACK Hong Kong Home Economics Teachers’ Preparedness for Teaching
with Technology [27850]
Kitty Ho, Peter Albion, Univ. of Southern Queensland, Australia
Nautilus 2/Brief Papers
K12
Executive 4/Full Papers
SE
DV
The Humble Little Aleut Bow Drill [27692]
Michael Livingston, Idaho State Univ., USA
Instructional Support for Case-Based Learning with Digital Videos:
Fostering Preservice Teachers’ Acquisition of the Competency to
Diagnose Pedagogical Situations [28179]
Annika Goeze, Univ. of Tuebingen, Germany; Jan Zottmann, Univ. of
Munich, Germany; Josef Schrader, Univ. of Tuebingen, Germany; Frank
Fischer, Univ. of Munich, Germany
Marina 3/Full Papers
EVAL
K12
Integrating TI-Nspire Technology into Algebra Classrooms:
Selected Factors that Relate to Quality of Instruction [28247]
Irina Lyublinskaya, Nelly Tournaki, CUNY College of Staten Island, USA
Moving Towards Innovation: The Development of a Sustainable
Framework for Teacher Professional Development [28174]
Deirdre Butler, Margaret Leahy, St. Patrick's College, Dublin City Univ., Ireland
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
DV
SPE
WE
ITE
NPI
Digital Storytelling: One Assignment + Three Projects = Flow [27699]
Larry Ferguson, Margaret Knight, Norfolk State Univ., USA
Visual Impairment Should Not Be a Learning Disability: Using
Technology to Aid in Language Acquisition for Visually Impaired
Students [28498]
Robert Hancock, Becky Parton, Southeastern Louisiana Univ., USA
Towards the Creation of an Open Source Teacher Professional
Development Distribution Community [28355]
Kinnis Gosha, Clemson Univ., USA; Elodie Billionniere, Arizona State
Univ., USA; Juan Gilbert, Clemson Univ., USA
Effective uses for Blackboard: Do Students and Faculty Have a
Shared Vision for how Blackboard Should be Used to Support
Instruction? [28413]
Susan Sutton, Univ. of Tennessee, USA; Shelley McCoy, Motlow State
Community College, USA; Jay Pfaffman, Univ. of Tennessee, USA
Creating Online Learning Communities: A Longitudinal
Examination of Student Perceptions and Engagement [27821]
Cynthia Gautreau, Kristin Stang, Chris Street, Cal State Univ.-Fullerton, USA
ECE
SE
Nautilus 3/Brief Papers
K12
K12
K12
ME
ME
DE
Marina 4/Workshop
W11
Secondary Education and the Interactive Classroom Solution
(Bring Your Own Laptop) [30155] (No Fee)
David Kootman, Promethean Strategic Initiatives, USA
Nautilus 1/Brief Papers
ECE
DE
AE
Field Teachers’ Integration Decisions in regards to Language
Acquisition Manipulatives Blending Early-childhood Research and
Technology (LAMBERT) [28072]
Robert Hancock, Becky Parton, Jeff Oescher, Mindy Dorough, Lisa Gros,
Winifred Washington, Southeastern Louisiana Univ., USA
The Acceptability of Online Degrees in Teacher Training and Hiring
[29757]
Khawaja Zain-Ul-Abdin, The Florida State Univ., Pakistan
How Effective Primary Teachers Use Technology to Create
“Spontaneous Classrooms” [28051]
Pamela Leslein-Yoshihiro, Knowledge Builders Hawaii, USA; Andrea
Bartlett, Univ. of Hawaii-Manoa, USA
Exploring Preservice Secondary Teacher Candidates’ Perspectives
on Digital Literacies: A Case Study [28411]
Xiaoqin Irminger, State Univ. of New York-Oswego, USA
Lateral Transfer: Using Programming to Improve Student
Mathematical Comprehension and Ability [28309]
Geoff Wright, Brigham Young Univ., College of Engineering, USA; Peter
Rich, Brigham Young Univ., Instructional Psychology and Tech., USA;
Keith Leatham, Brigham Young Univ., Mathematics Education, USA
Of Student Teachers and Avatars: Working Towards an Effective
Model for Geographically Distributed Learning Communities of
Preservice Educators Using Virtual Worlds [28478]
Randall Dunn, Amanda Szapkiw, David Holder, Debra Hodgson, Liberty
Univ., USA
Nautilus 5/Brief Papers
ME
Grande Ballroom A/Invited Panel (1 hr)
How Can Technology Help to Lead Pedagogy? [30152]
Dorothy Goulet, Ramstein High School, Germany; Judy Beaver, Punahou
School, USA; Westley Field, Skoolaborate, Australia
Integrating Geospatial Technologies: New Dimensions to Curricula
[28475]
Marsha Alibrandi, Elizabeth Langran, Fairfield Univ., USA
Making Vocabulary Visible: Using Technology to Support Literacy
Acquisition in Early Literacy Instruction [27928]
Pamela Solvie, Univ. of Minnesota-Morris, USA
Factors Influencing ICT Integration According to Grade Level
Taught [28036]
Carole Raby, Helene Meunier, Roxane Tourigny, Sarah Boegner-Pagé,
Univ. of Quebec in Montreal, Canada
Nautilus 4/Brief Papers
11:30 AM-12:30 PM
K12
Teaching the Technology in the Classroom Course: Is it Time for a
New Standard? [28450]
Maria Earman Stetter, Daniel L White, Roosevelt Univ., USA
Bringing Preservice Teachers and Inclusive Classroom Personnel
Together to Produce Electronic Brochures on Specific Learning
Needs in Elementary School Classrooms [27470]
Phillip Piotrowski, Robert Gamble, D'Youville College, USA
Global Lab: Harnessing the Cloud & Social Networking for K-12
Science Learning & Since 1991 [28301]
Boris Berenfeld, Harvey Yazijian, ILAET, UK
GS
SE
Measuring the Differences in Prospective Elementary Teachers’
and Secondary Teachers’ Early Pedagogical Content Knowledge
Using Video Cases [28501]
Sarah Hough, Jacob Bill, Kyunghee Moon, Monica Guzman, Carl Lager,
Univ. of California Santa Barbara, USA
Creating Handheld Applications to Support the Development of
Conceptual Mastery [28090]
Timothy Pelton, Leslee Francis Pelton, Univ. of Victoria, Canada
The Races: Teaching Physics through a Custom Built Virtual World
[29805]
Ricardo Rademacher, Futur-E-Scape, USA
Grande Ballroom B/Brief Papers
EVAL
EVAL
EVAL
Is Twitter an Individual Mass Communication Medium? [28094]
Helga Wiesenhofer, Martin Ebner, Dept. Social Learning/TU Graz, Austria;
Isidor Kamrat, Computter and Information Systems/TU Graz, Austria
Evaluating a Pilot Implementation of OpenOffice.org in a K-12
Public School [28432]
James Vajda, Jason Abbitt, Miami Univ., USA
Technology and Reading Achievement – Implications of the
Progress in International Reading Literacy Studies (PIRLS) [27962]
Emese Felvegi, Kathryn Matthew, Univ. of Houston-Clear Lake, USA;
Rebecca Callaway, Arkansas Tech Univ., USA; Balázsi Ildikó, Dept. of
Assessment and Evaluation, Educational Authority, Hungary
31
FRIDAY, APRIL 2 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Executive 3A/Brief Papers
SE
SE
EE
A Study for Developing New Curriculum of Learning the Sense of
“Sensing and Control Engineering” for Promoting Students’
Problem Solving Ability in Primary School [29803]
Tairo Nomura, Saitama Univ., Japan
Using Human Patient Simulator Technology to Engage Youth in the
Health Sciences [28085]
Bryan Wunar, Nicole Kowrach, Museum of Science and Industry, USA
Using Technology for Storytelling: Literacy Tools for Bilingual
Children [28519]
Luisa Lara, Taller Educativo Integral del Desarrollo, Venezuela
Executive 1/Brief Papers
GS
SE
INTL
Working Towards Student-Created Augmented Reality Experiences
[29707]
Patrick O'Shea, PMO Educational Consulting, USA; Daniel CurryCorcoran, Brian Nichols, Newport News Public Schools, USA
Renewable Energy Engineering for Pre-college: Year One Findings
[28390]
Lisa Grable, North Carolina State Univ., USA; Pat Dixon, Florida State
Univ., USA; Keith Holbert, Arizona State Univ., USA; Kristen Molyneaux,
Florida State Univ., USA
Globalizing Teacher Education: How Technology Supports Student
Study Abroad and Intercultural Reflection [28031]
Jamie Myers, Pennsylvania State Univ., USA; Chris Shelton, Univ. of
Chichester, UK; Stefan Engberg, Jönköping Univ., School of Education
and Communication, Sweden; Larry Ferguson, Norfolk State Univ., USA
Executive 4/Brief Papers
VS
VS
VS
A Comparison Study of How Teachers with High and Low
Completion Rates Interact with Virtual High School Students [28428]
Abigail Hawkins, Charles Graham, Brigham Young Univ., USA
Online Synchronous Delivery Model proves to be a Successful
Format for High School Students [27966]
Margaret Dupuis, Learn Quebec, Canada
Teacher Professional Development and Outcomes: The Case of the
Quebec Remote Networked Schools Initiative [27860]
Christine Hamel, Thérèse Laferrière, Laval Univ., Canada
Marina 3/Brief Papers
SPE
SPE
K12
Global Warming Web-Based Instructional Design for Deaf and
Hard of Hearing [28054]
Benjaporn Saksiri, Paruhut Suphajanya, Mahidol Univ., Thailand
Using Off the Shelf Games in the Special Education Classroom
[28180]
Kari Lee Siko, Beth Allred, Univ. of North Carolina-Wilmington, USA
Integration of Technology in the K-12 Classroom as a Result of
Active Learning Opportunities for Nevada Educators [28211]
Melissa Slayden, Jordan Pickering, Jacque Ewing-Taylor, Univ. of
Nevada, USA
NPI
Lunch Break: 12:30-1:30 PM
1:30-3:45 PM
Marina 5/Workshop
W7
SPE
NPI
NPI
32
Second Life in Building Social Competence in Teacher Education
[27942]
Marjatta Myllylä, Hanna Torp, TAMK Univ. of Applied Sciences/Vocational
Teacher Education Centre, Finland
Can Preservice Special Educators Improve their Understanding of
Schizophrenia through Simulations? [28442]
Maria Earman Stetter, Roosevelt Univ., USA
Using an Open-Source Modeling and Simulation Tool to Transform
Learning and Instruction [28182]
Shelby Morge, Mahnaz Moallem, Sridhar Narayan, Gene Tagliarini, Univ.
of North Carolina-Wilmington, USA
Transforming Schools through Ed Tech – Proven Model for
Job-Embedded Professional Development [27824]
Victor Aluise, Digital Schools, USA
Digital Literacy for a Digital Age: Using Web 2.0 tools in Classroom
Blended Instruction (Bring Your Own Laptop) [28170]
Liz Pape, Tracy Sheehan, Virtual High School Global Consortium, USA
Executive 2A/2B/Workshop
W8
Building Digital Portfolios Using Blog Techniques in WordPress or
RapidWeaver (Bring Your Own Laptop) [28401]
Matthew Stuve, Ball State Univ., USA; Julie Biddle, Princeton Community
Schools, USA; Megan Noel, Ball State Univ., USA
1:30-2:30 PM
Executive 2A/2B/CITE Editors Meeting
Marina 4/Workshop
W12
Research Study: The Impact of the Active Classroom Solution; The
Marzano Study (Bring Your Own Laptop) [30156] (No Fee)
Mike Horan, Promethean Strategic Initiatives, USA
Seabreeze 1/2/Brief Papers
SE
SE
Applying Computer-Based Instructional Supplements to Enhance
Higher Order Learning Skills in Solving Chemical Equations [29117]
Temba C Bassoppo-Moyo, Illinois State Univ., USA
Design of new Science and Technology Education Curriculum
about “Energy Transform” with making Rescue Robot [29816]
Tairo Nomura, Saitama Univ., Japan
Nautilus 1/Full Papers
DE
DE
Technology in Schools: An Online Graduate Program’s Design and
Courses [28299]
Jane Howland, Univ. of Missouri, USA
Toward a Comprehensive E-Learning Infrastructure for Preservice
and Novice Special Educators [28324]
Earle Knowlton, Jillian Pattison, Mary Morningstar, Univ. of Kansas, USA;
Linda Mitchell, Wichita State Univ., USA; Colleen Riley, Kansas Dept. of
Education, USA
Nautilus 2/Brief Papers
ITE
ITE
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
NPI
Web 2.0 in the Classroom: Student Practices, Teacher
Perspectives [27776]
Danielle Herro, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
K12
Teletandem Brasil: Technology in Foreign Language Teacher
Education [29611]
Maria Helena Abrahao, São Paulo State Univ./FAPESP, Brazil
Using Alternative Software to Address Equity Issues in a Teacher
Education Program [29676]
Zuochen Zhang, The Univ. of Windsor, Canada; Wayne Tousignant, Univ.
of Windsor, Canada
The QUANT Participants’ Perspectives Regarding the Implementation
of High Level Tasks [29728]
Heba Khoshaim, Maha Alsaeed, Sidika -Nihan Er, Ohio Univ.- College of
Education, USA
Nautilus 3/Full Papers
INTD
EQ
Cat got your tongue? Analysis of Student Engagement on Public
and Private Forums Online [27804]
Machado Crystal, Jennifer Elizabeth Rogers, Indiana Univ. of
Pennsylvania, USA
Culturally Relevant Computing Programs: Two Examples to Inform
Teacher Professional Development [28271]
Kimberly A. Scott, Arizona State Univ., USA; Kevin Clark, George Mason
Univ., USA; Elisabeth Hayes, Cynthia Mruczek, Arizona State Univ., USA;
Kimberly Sheridan, George Mason Univ., USA
FRIDAY, APRIL 2 - CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Nautilus 4/Full Papers
EQ
NPI
Hypermedia, Contemporary Writing Technologies and Social
Inclusion: New Trends on Teacher´s Formation Epistemology
[28050]
Luiz Antonio G Senna, Univ. of State Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), Brazil
Personal Learning Networks for Inservice Teachers [27852]
Elizabeth Langran, Fairfield Univ., USA
Nautilus 5/Full Papers
DE
EVAL
Blended Teaching and Learning: Balancing Control and
Uncertainty in University Teaching and Learning [28414]
Kim McShane, Univ. of California-Santa Barbara, USA
Sustaining the Inquiry Cycle: Digital Literacy Reframed [28191]
Leo Casey, National College of Ireland, Ireland; Bertram C Bruce, Univ. of
Illinois, USA
2:45-3:45 PM
Marina 4/Workshop
W13
Transforming Education: The San Diego “I-21 Classroom” Model
(Bring Your Own Laptop) [30157] (No Fee)
Darryl LaGace and Barbara Allen, San Diego Unified School District, USA
Grande Ballroom A/Brief Papers
DE
DE
Perception of Cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor Learning from
Using Aplia and Asynchronous Online Discussions [29733]
Nimer Alrushiedat, Lorne Olfman, Terry Ryan, Claremont Graduate Univ.,
USA; Mabel Kung, California State Univ.-Fullerton, USA; Jakko van der
Pol, Open Univ. of Catalonia, Spain
Enhancing Field-Based Learning with Online Interaction [29771]
Linda Stromberg, Univ. of North Texas, USA
Online Educator Burnout: Exploring Symptomology, Prevention and
Amelioration [29040]
John Moore, American Military Univ., USA
Grande Ballroom B/Full Papers
DE
ASSESS Using Rubrics in Online Graduate Courses [28193]
Michelle Morris, Northwestern State Univ., USA; Gerra Perkins, Nelda
Wellman, Wendell Wellman, NSU, USA
EVAL Measuring the Impact of Service and System Qualities on
Learning Success [27331]
Hyesung Park, Rhea Walker, Winona State Univ., USA
Seabreeze 1/2/Brief Papers
Executive 3A/Full Papers
ITE
ITE
Use EVA to Faciliate Preservice Teacher Peer Assessment [28361]
Chun Hu, Wai Yat Wong, Vilma Fyfe, Heman Chan, Univ. of Sydney, Australia
Teachers’ Attitude toward Use of Computers in the Classroom and
Differentiated Instruction and Instructional Technology [28386]
Margherita Proscia, Frances Ulrich, Peter Nicolino, Elsa-Sofia Morote,
Dowling College, USA
Executive 1/Full Papers
DE
A Survey of Professional Development via Distance Teaching and
Learning [27971]
Yehudit Judy Dori, Orit Herscovitz, Zvia Kaberman, Technion, Israel
TPACK Student Engagement with the Authoring of Digital Media in Sixth
Grade History [28055]
Curby Alexander, Univ. of Illinois-Springfield, USA
SE
Physics Curriculum as a (free!) Playslist: The Virgina Physics
Flexbook [29164]
David Slykhuis, James Madison Univ., USA
SE
Increase of Leadership [29620]
Tatyana Gnitetskaya, Pavel Gnitetskiy, Far Eastern National Univ., Russian
Federation; Joe Rodriguez, Stephen F. Austin State Univ., USA
ASSESS Using E-Portfolio as a Tool for Professional Development: Illustrations
of Process Quality in Inclusive Early Childhood Education [28352]
Carol Rasowsky, The College of Saint Rose, USA; Yuzhu Teng, Albany
College of Pharmacy and Health Science, USA
Nautilus 1/Brief Papers
DE
DE
Executive 4/Full Papers
DE
DE
Grasping at Hats: What the Successful Online Instructor is
Wearing [27867]
Terri Bubb, Univ. of Houston, USA; Caroline Crawford, Denise McDonald,
Univ. of Houston-Clear Lake, USA
Culturally-Sensitive E-Learning Practices for Teacher Education
[27871]
Lesley Farmer, California St. Univ. Long Beach, USA
Marina 3/Full Papers
ME
ME
Using Technology made it more Effective and Interesting [27419]
Michael Hardy, Saint Xavier Univ., USA
An Empirical Evaluation of the Software Tool Aplusix for Learning
Elementary Algebra [27712]
Said Hadjerrouit, Antje Meier, Univ. of Agder, Norway
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
NPI
NPI
NPI
NPI
Using Electronic Readers in an Education Tutoring Laboratory
Setting [28187]
Kari Lee Siko, Univ. of North Carolina-Wilmington, USA
Do Student-Authored Wiki Textbook Projects Support 21st Century
Learning Outcomes? [28517]
Roy Tamashiro, Basiyr D. Rodney, Mary Beckmann, Webster Univ., USA
Motivating Teachers to use Learning Objects [28258]
Kursat Arslan, Erciyes Univ., Turkey; Ali Gök, Fatih Saltan, Mersin Univ., Turkey
Improving Student-Led Discussions Using Cell Phones [28402]
Marjorie Foley, Lin Muilenburg, St. Mary's College of Maryland, USA
IL
A Taxonomy of Teacher-created Class Websites: Increasing the
Educational Value of Class Websites [27913]
Lemoyne Dunn, Martha Peet, Univ. of North Texas, USA
What Went Right: Examining a Successful Cohort Experience
[27974]
Loye Romereim-Holmes, Kathryn Penrod, Ralph Erion, South Dakota
State Univ., USA
Kindle II's Impact on Reading Achievement and Attitude [27812]
Beverly J. Hearn, Univ. of Tennessee-Martin, USA; Tiffany McCaslin, UTM
Reading Center, USA
Nautilus 2/Brief Papers
TPACK Preparing Foreign Language Teachers to Implement a TechnologyRich Curriculum [28001]
JungJin Kang, Xiaopeng Ni, Guofang Li, Michigan State Univ., USA
INTD
Teachers’ Acceptance of Interactive White Boards: A Case Study
[28222]
Fatih Saltan, Mersin Univ., Turkey; Kürsat Arslan, Erciyes Univ., Turkey;
Ali Gök, Mersin Univ., Turkey
TPACK Examining the Validity of the Tpack Framework from the Ground
Up: Viewing Technology Integration Through Teachers’ Eyes [28242]
M Brooke Robertshaw, Ronald B. Gillam, Utah State Univ., USA
Nautilus 3/Brief Papers
ASSESS Creating and Assessing an E-Portfolio in a Mathematics Methods
Course [28466]
Sarah Ledford, Kennesaw State Univ., USA
ASSESS The Changing Culture of Higher Education [27665]
Allen Jackson, Laura Gaudet, Chadron State College, USA
DE
Technologies that Assist in Closing the Achievement Gap: A
Comparison African American and Caucasian Students’ Learning
and Community in the Online Classroom [28246]
Amanda Rockinson-Szapkiw, C, USA; Randall Dunn, David Holder,
Liberty Univ., USA
33
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Nautilus 4/Brief Papers
Marina 3/Brief Papers
EVAL
EVAL
EVAL
DE
Teacher Participation Rates in Technology-Based Professional
Learning [28395]
Julia Fuller, Univ. of Florida, USA
An Open Letter to the “Friendly Society” about Tests [28509]
Jeremy Browne, The College at Brockport: State Univ. of New York, USA
Designing Innovative Teacher Preparation Learning Environments: An
Analytical Framework for Assessing Multi-Learner Needs [28168]
Anika Anthony, Belinda Gimbert, Hussam Kashou, Rebecca Parker, The
Ohio State Univ., USA
EVAL
EVAL
Putting “Practical” into a Computer Literacy Course [28192]
Bunny Tjaden, Anne Arundel Community College, USA
Prediction of Preservice Teachers’ Problematic Internet Use by
Their Psychological Needs and Internet Use Functions [28115]
Sahin Kesici, Ismail Sahin, Selcuk Univ., Turkey; Ann Thompson, Iowa
State Univ., USA
Teacher use of Online Supports for PBL in Different High School
Subjects [28022]
Jason Ravitz, Buck Inst. for Education, USA
Nautilus 5/Brief Papers
Grande Ballroom C/Roundtables (1 hr)
GS
SE
GS
DE
A Message Analysis within a Collaborative Learning in a Virtual
Environment [28080]
Christie Chung, Hyeonjin Kim, Korea National Univ. of Education, Korea (South)
Multimedia Technology for Social Skills [28549]
Lianne Pfister, Newport-Mesa Unified School District, USA
The Mentor-Connector Project: Supporting Student Success with
Flat Classroom Technologies [28375]
Candace Figg, Kamini Jaipal, Brock Univ., Canada; Vince Rinaldo,
Niagara Univ., USA; Pat Mete, Niagara Catholic District School Board,
Canada; Thomas Sheerhan, Michael Smith, Niagara Univ., USA
SE
SOC
Grande Ballroom B/Brief Papers
INTD
INTD
GE
The Transformation of Nursing Education from Knowledgeable to
Knowledge-able [27411]
Karyn Holt, Drexel Univ., USA
Visual Literacy: Reading and Analyzing Primary Sources from the
Library of Congress Website [28319]
Sherrie Pardieck, David McMullen, Bradley Univ., USA
Ning as a Tool for Teacher Education [29752]
Nicole Olcese, Pennsylvania State Univ., USA
Executive 3A/Brief Papers
EVAL
EVAL
EVAL
CALL Motivation Study [28419]
Kari Richards, Chris Fritz, Michigan State Univ., USA
Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants: A Comparison across
Course Tasks and Delivery Methodologies [28327]
Peter Baker, Yun Xiao, Jennifer Kidd, Old Dominion Univ., USA
Does Employment Status Impact Learning Style? [27784]
David Seiler, Dewer College of Education/ Valdosta State Univ., USA
Executive 1/Brief Papers
ME
ME
DV
Counting to 20: The Affordances and Constraints of Face-to-Face
and Online Versions of an Elementary Mathematics Methods
Problem-Solving Activity [28205]
Catherine Stein, East Carolina Univ., USA
Developing TPACK in Preservice Secondary Mathematics Teachers
through Integration of Methods and Modeling Courses: Results of
a Pilot Study [28359]
Rejoice Mudzimiri, Montana State Univ.-Bozeman, USA
Power of Social Interaction Software in Digital Storytelling Across
Cultures and Throughout History [27939]
Melda N. Yildiz, Kean Univ., USA; Guncha Komekova, US Public Affairs,
Turkmenistan; Gul Geldymuradova, Academy of Science, Turkmenistan
Executive 4/Brief Papers
SOC
SOC
ITE
34
Integrating Latin American Studies and Technology Through a
Blended Professional Development Model [27998]
Mary Risner, Univ. of Florida, USA
Integrating Tools of Technology into Teaching Social Studies
Methods Courses: A Classroom Example [28437]
James Oigara, Canisius College, USA
What Happened when Preservice Teachers were Required to
Teach with Technology in Field Placement? [29793]
Liangyue Lu, Syracuse Univ., USA
SE
SE
Students Creating Animations in Science Classrooms [28339]
Youwen Ouyang, Computer Science and Information Systems, USA
3D Virtual Worlds for STEM Instruction in Middle Schools: The
STEM-ICT 3D Experience [28173]
Sean Williams, Clemson Univ., USA; Nita Matzen, Rob Sanders, Edward
Roberts, Appalachian State Univ., USA; Penny Barker, Catawba County
School District, USA; Allyson McFalls, Watauga County School District,
USA; Amy Cheney, Appalachian State Univ., USA
The Relationship between Two Types of Student Learning
Outcomes in Student-Created Digital Media Projects in Sixth
Grade History [28073]
Curby Alexander, Univ. of Illinois-Springfield, USA
Give Science a Voice!: Digital Storytelling in the Science
Classroom [27402]
Roger Pence, Benicia Unified School District, USA
Online induction models for new science teachers [28008]
EunJin (EJ) Bang, Ana-Paula Correia, Iowa State Univ., USA
3:45-4:15 PM
Reception & Invitation to
SITE 2011 in Nashville, TN!
All attendees welcome!
INDEX OF ALL AUTHORS
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Aarsvold
Abadeh
Abate
Abbitt
Abbitt
Abdullah
Abrahao
Adams
Adiguzel
Adiguzel
Afolayan
Agamba
Aguilar
Agyei
Agyei
Ahn
Akarasriworn
Akarasriworn
Akcaoglu
Akhras
Akhras
Akhtar
Akyeampong
Akyeampong
Akyeampong
Albion
Albion
Albion
Alday
Alexander
Alexander
Alexander
Alexander
Alibrandi
Allayar
Allayar
Allen
Allen
Allred
Alpert
Alrushiedat
Alsaeed
Altiner
Aluise
Amaefule
Amber
Ameigh
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Annetta
Annetta
Annetta
Anthony
Anton
Aoyama
Aranguren
Archambault
Archambault
Armfield
Arrowood
Arslan
Arslan
Arslan
Arter
Astall
Astall
Atabek
Atallah
Ault
Autin
Awalt
Joyce
Heidi
Ronald
Jason
Jason
Rusli
Maria
Catherine
Tufan
Tufan
Michael
Joachim
Karen
Douglas
Douglas
Jooyeun
Chatchada
Chatchada
Mete
Caroline
Caroline
Sajjad
Albert
Albert
Albert
Peter
Peter
Peter
Rosaly
Curby
Curby
Curby
Curby
Marsha
Ghaida
Ghaida
Dwight
Dwight
Beth
Madelon
Nimer
Maha
Cennet
Victor
Chinedu
Valerie
Michael
Carolyn
Christine
Cindy
Desiree
Kevin
Leonard
Leonard
Leonard
Anika
Bonnie
Ikuko
Andrea
Leanna
Leanna
Shadow
Dana
Kursat
Kursat
Kürsat
Marie
Chris
Chris
Oguzhan
Fida
Marilyn
Nancy
Carolyn
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Last Name
First Name Date Time
Bacer
Kathleen
Baek
Young
Baek
Youngkyun
Baek
Youngkyun
Baek
Young-Kyun
Baer
Allan
Baker
Credence
Baker
Peter
Baker
Peter
Baker
Peter
Baker
Rowland
Baker
Rowland
Baker
Tom
Banerjee
Gouri
Bang
Eunjin (Ej)
Banister
Savilla
Banister
Savilla
Bao
Xianqing
Baran
Evrim
Baran
Evrim
Baran
Evrim
Baran
Evrim
Barbour
Michael
Barbour
Michael
Barbour
Michael
Barbour
Michael
Barker
Lecia
Barker
Lecia
Barker
Lecia
Barker
Penny
Barnett
Joshua
Barnett
Michael
Barrow
Mark
Bartlett
Andrea
Basile
Anthony
Bassoppo-Moyo Temba
Bastiaens
Theo
Bauer
William
Baxter
Diane
Baxter
Diane
Bayhan
Pinar
Baytiyeh
Hoda
Beach
Michelle
Beal
Candy
Bean
Steven
Beard
Jeff
Beaver
Judy
Beckmann
Mary
Bednar
Anne
Beisser
Sally
Bell
Carol
Bell
Linn
Bembry
Sylvia
Bennett
Cassidy
Berenfeld
Boris
Berezovski
Tetyana
Bertram
Kathryn
Bezuk
Nadine
Bhattacharya Madhumita
Biddle
Julie
Biddle
Julie
Bidgoli
Moe
Biemans
Harm
Bigenho
Chris
Bill
Jacob
Billionniere
Elodie
Billionniere
Elodie
Birchfield
David
Black
John
Blandford
Sonia
Blankson
Joseph
Blocher
Michael
Blood
Erika
Bloom
Arlene
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Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 1
Marina 4
Marina 4
Marina 4
Marina 4
Nautilus 3
Executive 3a
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. A
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 5
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. C
Seabreeze 1/2
Executive 1
Marina 3
Marina 4
Marina 4
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 5
Executive 3a
Executive 3a
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Nautilus 2
Executive 3a
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Executive 3a
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 4
Nautilus 4
Marina 5
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Marina 3
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Bober-Michel Marcie
Boegner-Pagé Sarah
Boggan
Matthew
Bohannon
Ruby
Bohnstedt
Kathy
Boklaschuk
Kelli
Bolduc-Simpson Sheila
Bond
Helen
Bookwalter
Alissa
Borup
Jered
Borup
Jered
Bos
Beth
Bowen
Rebecca
Bowers
Janet
Bowes
Kathleen
Bowles
Carolyn
Boyer
Mark
Boyle
Lorraine
Bracey
Bonnie
Bracey Sutton Bonnie
Bracey Sutton Bonnie
Brady
Kevin
Brindle
Sharon
Britten
Jody
Britto
Marwin
Britto
Marwin
Broda
Matthew
Brodowinska Kamila
Brown
Scott
Brown
Vicki
Brown
Victoria
Browne
Jeremy
Browne
Jeremy
Bruce
Bertram
Bruewer
Aaron
Brunvand
Stein
Bu
Lingguo
Bubb
Terri
Bubb
Terri
Buhl
David
Bull
Glen
Bull
Glen
Bull
Prince
Bull
Prince
Burgoyne
Nicolette
Burgoyne
Nicolette
Burkett
Chris
Burson
Jenny
Burton
John
Burton
John
Butler
Deirdre
Butler
Deirdre
Butler
Janice
Butler
Janice
Byrum
David
Cakir
Recep
Callaway
Rebecca
Callaway
Rebecca
Cantrell
Patricia
Capps
Janet
Carano
Kenneth
Carlsen
Roger
Carlsen
Roger
Carlsen
Roger
Carlsen
Roger
Carnahan
Chris
Carolyn
Bishop
Caron
Paul
Carrejo
David
Carroll
John
Carter
Alia
Casey
Leo
Casperson
Greg
Castro
Manuel
31
2
30
31
30
31
31
31
1
31
1
30
31
30
30
31
31
30
31
30
30
30
31
30
31
31
1
31
31
1
30
30
2
2
30
30
31
1
2
1
30
31
31
1
31
31
1
31
31
31
30
2
30
30
31
31
1
2
31
30
1
30
30
31
1
30
30
1
30
31
1
2
1
30
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
Room
Pavillion
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 2
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Pavillion
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 4
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 3
Executive 4
Nautilus 5
Seabreeze 1/2
Marina 4
Marina 4
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 1
Seabreeze 1/2
Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 4
Executive 4
Nautilus 1
Executive 2a/2b
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. A
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. A
Executive 4
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. A
Marina 5
Executive 1
Executive 4
Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Executive 3a
Marina 3
Executive 4
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 3a
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Seabreeze 1/2
Executive 1
Executive 4
Executive 4
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. A
Marina 3
Executive 4
Marina 3
Executive 4
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 5
Marina 3
Executive 3a
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INDEX OF ALL AUTHORS
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Cavalari
Cavanaugh
Cavanaugh
Chace
Chamblee
Chan
Chandler
Chang
Chao
Chapman
Charsky
Che Jamin
Chen
Chen
Chen
Chen
Chen
Chen
Chen
Chen
Chen
Chen
Cheney
Cheng
Cheng
Cheng
Suzi
Andrew
Terence
Cade
Gregory
Heman
Lynette
George
Li
Jana
Dennis
Nurul Fatiha
Chinyin
Hang
Jennifer
Jennifer
Pearl
Teresa
Wei-Fan
Yi-Ting
Yun-Ju
Zhiyuan
Amy
Meng-Tzu
Yi-Chia
Yi-Chia
Chepyator-Thomson Jepkorir Rose
Chetchumlong
Chiemeke
Chien
Chin
Chiu
Chiu
Chiu
Chizari
Choi
Choi
Chou
Choulat
Christensen
Christensen
Christensen
Christensen
Christensen
Chuang
Chun
Chung
Chung
Chung
Chung
Clark
Clark
Clark
Clark
Clausen
Clay
Clelland
Clemmons
Clemmons
Clure
Cockburn
Coe
Cohen
Colford
Colford
Collin
Collin
Companion
Coninx
Conner
Cooper
Cope
Copeland
Coppola
36
Somboon
Stella
Szu-Yueh
Jane
Chiung-Hui
Chiung-Hui
Shao-I
Mohammad
Hyeseon
Jaeho
Pao-Nan
Tracey
Paula
Rhonda
Rhonda
Rhonda
Rhonda
Hui-Ya
Mark
Chia-Jung
Chia-Jung
Christie
Miri
Dan
Dan
Kevin
Kevin
Jon
Ellen
Tracy
Karina
Karina
Gary
Mary
Mary Ann
Maxine
Sean
Sean
Simon
Simon
Carla
Nele
Lindsey
Pauline
Jim
Nancy
Ralph
30
31
30
31
2
2
31
31
31
30
31
1
1
31
31
1
31
1
31
1
30
31
2
1
30
31
31
30
31
1
31
31
31
31
1
31
2
31
31
30
31
1
1
1
31
30
31
31
2
30
31
1
2
2
30
1
31
31
31
31
1
1
1
31
2
31
1
31
1
30
30
31
1
1
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
Room
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 3a
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 2
Executive 4
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 4
Pavillion
Marina 5
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 5
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 4
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. B
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Pavillion
Executive 2a/2b
Nautilus 4
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 2
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 1
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Marina 3
Nautilus 3
Marina 4
Pavillion
Nautilus 2
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. A
Marina 3
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 2
Seabreeze 1/2
Last Name
Coronado
Correia
Correia
Costa
Costello
Costello
Coulter
Counts
Courey
Coutinho
Coutinho
Cowan
Cowan
Cowsert
Craft, M.Ed.
Crawford
Crawford
Crumley
Crumley
Cruz
Crystal
Cummings
Cummings
Curaoglu
Curry-Corcoran
Cuthell
Cuthell
Cuthell
Dabner
Daily
Daily
Dallman
Dandrea
D'andrea
Daniels
Daniels
Daulton
First Name Date Time
Pedro
Ana-Paula
Ana-Paula
Victoria
Ron
Ron
Bob
Amy
Susan
Clara
Clara
Angela
Jackie
David
Chris
Caroline
Caroline
Hugh
Hugh
Oscar
Machado
Rhoda
Rhoda
Orhan
Daniel
John
John
John
Nicki
Julian
Shaundra
Alicia
Livia
Livia
Janese
Katharine
Marietta
Davidson-Shivers Gayle
Davis
Darrel
Davis
Donald
Davis
Jason
Davis
Jason
Davis
Niki
Davis
Niki
Davis
Niki
Davis
Niki
Davis
Niki
Davis
Ruth
Dawley
Lisa
De Leon
Leticia
De Leon
Leticia
Dean
Chrystal
Debela
Nega
Decharon
Annette
Decoulo
Dennis
Dede
Chris
Dede
Chris
Dede
Chris
Dede
Chris
Dede
Chris
Dehinbo
Johnson
Dehler
Christina
Dell
Eric
Dell
Eric
Demedio
Dwayne
Demeester
Karen
Demiraslan
Yasemin
Demirli
Cihad
Denner
Jill
Deschryver
Mike
Deschryver
Mike
Desimone
Janet
Diamond
Karen
Diaz
Gabriel
31
30
2
31
30
30
1
31
30
30
1
1
31
30
30
1
2
30
31
31
2
30
1
31
2
30
30
31
30
1
1
31
31
31
31
2
31
2
30
30
31
31
30
31
31
1
1
31
31
1
1
1
31
31
1
30
31
31
1
1
31
1
30
30
1
30
30
30
1
31
31
30
1
30
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
Room
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Marina 4
Marina 4
Seabreeze 1/2
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 1
Executive 3a
Executive 1
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. A
Executive 4
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 3
Executive 3a
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Executive 3a
Executive 1
Executive 4
Executive 4
Executive 3a
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Pavillion
Executive 1
Pavillion
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 4
Executive 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 3a
Pavillion
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 1
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Pavillion
Nautilus 3
Executive 4
Executive 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 1
Executive 2a/2b
Seabreeze 1/2
Marina 4
Marina 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 3
Executive 3a
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Dickel
Dickey
Dickson
Diel
Dirkin
Dixon
Dogan
Doherty
Doherty
Doherty
D'onofrio
Donovan
Dori
Dorough
Charles
Lydia
Kyle
Sue
Kathryn
Pat
Bulent
Iain
Iain
Iain
Antonia
Judy
31
31
30
31
1
2
31
30
30
1
30
31
Yehudit Judy 2
Mindy
2
Draper Rodriguez Cathi
31
Du
Honglu
31
Duchardt
Barbara
1
Dunbar-Hall
Peter
1
Dunleavy
Matt
31
Dunleavy
Matt
31
Dunleavy
Matt
1
Dunn
Lemoyne 1
Dunn
Lemoyne 2
Dunn
Randall
2
Dunn
Randall
2
Dupuis
Margaret 2
Duran
Mesut
1
Ebner
Martin
1
Ebner
Martin
2
Echenique
Eliana
31
Egan
Alison
1
Egnatoff
William
31
Egolf
Donald
31
Eguchi
Amy
31
Eguchi
Amy
1
Eichelberger
Ariana
1
Eickelmann
Birgit
30
Eickelmann
Birgit
31
Elizondo
Javier
31
Elliot
Scott
1
Elliott
Jennifer
30
Ellison
Amber
31
Ellison
Amber
1
Elmendorf
Douglas
30
Elwood
Susan
31
Emori
Kendo
30
Engberg
Stefan
2
Engelien
Kirsti
1
Engelien
Kirsti
1
Engleman
Melissa
30
Enriquez
Judith
31
Epstein
Ethan
31
Epstein
Ethan
2
Er
Sidika -Nihan 2
Erb
Dorothy
30
Erguner-TekinalpBengu
31
Ericson
Henrik
31
Erion
Ralph
2
Espey
Linda
31
Espinoza
Sue
31
Every
Vanessa
30
Ewing-Taylor Jacque
2
Fadjo
Cameron 1
Fagerlind
Magnus
31
Fang
Jun
1
Farmer
Lesley
2
Fazal
Minaz
30
Feldon
David
30
Felix
Allison
1
Feller
Rich
1
Felvegi
Emese
1
Felvegi
Emese
2
Feng
Jiuguang 31
Ferdig
Rick
30
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
Room
Pavillion
Executive 3a
Executive 2a/2b
Pavillion
Executive 1
Executive 1
Pavillion
Nautilus 3
Marina 3
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 1
Executive 1
Nautilus 1
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 1
Marina 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 3
Executive 4
Executive 1
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 3a
Executive 1
Nautilus 2
Pavillion
Marina 3
Marina 3
Nautilus 3
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 4
Marina 4
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Seabreeze 1/2
Executive 2a/2b
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Executive 1
Nautilus 5
Executive 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 5
Pavillion
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Pavillion
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 3a
Marina 3
Nautilus 4
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Executive 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Marina 3
Seabreeze 1/2
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. C
INDEX OF ALL AUTHORS
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Ferguson
Ferguson
Ferguson
Ferguson
Britt ( Mary)
Larry
Larry
Mary
Maria
Bill
Westley
Westley
Westley
Candace
Candace
Candace
Candace
Glenn
Frank
Josh
Maren
Petra
Petra
Shawn
Shawn
Ann
Ann
Ann
Ann
Evangelina
Yetunde
Marjorie
Aroutis
Christopher
Teresa
Leslee
Teresa
Teresa
Teresa
Theresa
Laura
Timothy
Chris
Lisbeth
Randall
Catherine
Julia
Paula
Vilma
Kitty
Robert
Nanda
Gna
Penny
Francisco
Laura
Cynthia
Jack
Mark
Mark
Gul
Gul
Gul
Ferley
Cole
Vickie
Vickie
Vickie
Roger
David
David
David
Ian
Ian
Ian
Ian
Ian
Ian
Fernanda Enriquez
Ferster
Field
Field
Field
Figg
Figg
Figg
Figg
Finger
Fischer
Fischer
Fischer
Fisser
Fisser
Fitzgerald
Fitzgerald
Fitzgibbon
Fitzgibbon
Fitzgibbon
Fitzgibbon
Flores
Folajimi
Foley
Foster
Foster
Foulger
Francis Pelton
Franklin
Franklin
Franklin
Franklin
Frazier
Frey
Fritz
Frolunde
Fujimoto
Fulford
Fuller
Furr
Fyfe
Gabriel
Gamble
Ganesan
Garcia
Garcia
Garonce
Gaudet
Gautreau
Geary
Geary
Geary
Geldymuradova
Geldymuradova
Geldymuradova
Geliz
Gentry
Gentry
Gentry
Gentry
Geyer
Gibson
Gibson
Gibson
Gibson
Gibson
Gibson
Gibson
Gibson
Gibson
31
2
2
30
31
30
31
1
2
31
31
31
2
31
2
1
30
31
31
31
1
30
30
30
1
31
31
2
31
30
31
2
30
31
1
30
30
1
2
31
31
1
2
30
2
1
2
1
30
31
30
2
2
31
31
2
1
1
2
31
31
30
31
1
1
1
1
1
30
30
30
31
1
1
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
Room
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 1
Marina 3
Executive 4
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 2
Marina 4
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Marina 3
Executive 4
Executive 4
Executive 3a
Marina 4
Marina 4
Pavillion
Nautilus 3
Executive 4
Executive 4
Executive 3a
Executive 1
Pavillion
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Executive 4
Executive 4
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. A
Seabreeze 1/2
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 4
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 3a
Executive 1
Nautilus 2
Marina 5
Executive 3a
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Pavillion
Marina 5
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 1
Executive 3a
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. B
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Executive 4
Executive 4
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. A
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Gil
Gilbert
Gilbert
Gillam
Gillow-Wiles
Gimbert
Girvan
Giza
Giza
Glenn
Gnitetskaya
Gnitetskiy
Goeze
Gök
Gök
Golden
Goldshtein
Gong
Goodman
Gordon
Gordon
Gore
Gosha
Gosha
Goulet
Grable
Grable
Graham
Graham
Graham
Graham
Graham
Grandgenett
Gratch
Green
Green-Powell
Grisham
Groce
Groner
Gropen
Gros
Gros
Grundheimer
Grundmeier
Guerrero
Guiza
Guo
Guo
Gurol
Guzman
Habib
Hadjerrouit
Hadjerrouit
Haizlett
Hajjar
Hall
Hall, Jr.
Hamady
Hamel
Hamilton
Rosario
Juan
Juan
Ronald
Henry
Belinda
Carina
Brian
Brian
Roanna
Tatyana
Pavel
Annika
Ali
Ali
Constance
Olzan
Yi
Larry
Carole
Michael
David
Kinnis
Kinnis
Dorothy
Cheryl
Lisa
Charles
Charles
Charles
Charles
Charles
Neal
Jonathan
Martha
Patricia
Dana
Eric
Rudolf
Jess
Lisa
Lisa
Todd
Todd A.
Shannon
Milagros
Hamilton-Hancock
Hammond
Hancock
Hancock
Hancock
Hancock
Hanewald
Hansen
Hansen
Hansen
Hansen
Hansen
Harapnuik
Hardy
30
1
2
2
31
2
30
30
30
31
2
2
2
2
2
30
1
1
1
1
31
31
1
2
2
31
2
1
2
31
31
1
31
31
1
31
1
30
30
1
1
2
1
1
30
31
Chorng-Jee 31
Shaoqing 1
Mehmet
30
Monica
2
Laurence 31
Said
31
Said
2
James
30
Abed
1
Jeffrey
2
Owen
30
Christopher 31
Christine
2
Kurstin
31
Diane
30
Thomas
31
Robert
30
Robert
31
Robert
2
Robert
2
Ria
31
Elizabeth 30
Elizabeth 30
Elizabeth 31
John
30
John
31
Dwayne
30
Michael
2
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
Room
Executive 3a
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 2
Executive 1
Nautilus 4
Executive 3a
Executive 1
Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Executive 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 3a
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 2
Executive 4
Pavillion
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 4
Executive 4
Marina 3
Nautilus 1
Executive 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. A
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 1
Executive 4
Executive 4
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Marina 3
Marina 3
Executive 2a/2b
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Marina 5
Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 2a/2b
Pavillion
Executive 4
Executive 1
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 1
Executive 1
Nautilus 4
Seabreeze 1/2
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Pavillion
Executive 2a/2b
Marina 3
Last Name
Hare
Hargrave
Harris
Harris
Harris
Harris
Hathaway
Hatsidimitris
Hauber
Hawkins
Hawkins
Hayden
Hayes
Hayes
Hayslett
He
Hearn
Hechter
Heinecke
Hemenway
Hemphill
Hemphill
Hemphill
Hemphill
Hemphill
Hemphill
Herbert
Herbert
Herczeg
Herman
Herro
Herscovitz
Hickey
Hickman
Hicks
Hill
Hill
Hinson
Hire
Ho
Hoagland
Hodgen
Hodgson
Hoefer
Hofer
Hofer
Hofer
Hoffman
First Name Date Time
David
Constance
Constance
John
Judi
Judith
Dawn
George
Ryan
Abigail
Abigail
Katherine
Elisabeth
Elisabeth
Carrianne
Lei
Beverly
Richard
Walt
Mary Kay
Hoyet
Hoyet
Leaunda
Leaunda
Leaunda
Leaunda
Bruce
Bruce
Michael
Jeanne
Danielle
Orit
Kathleen
Torey
Troy
Karen
Robyn
Janice
Virginia
Kitty
Carl
Colin
Debra
Mark
Mark
Mark
Mark
Jo
Højsholt-Poulsen Leo
Holbert
Keith
Holcomb
Lori
Holcomb
Lori
Holder
David
Holder
David
Hollingsworth Maurice
Holmes
Shawn
Holmes
Shawn
Holt
Karyn
Horgan
Rob
Horgan
Rob
Horton
Steve
Hoskisson
Dale
Hossain
Md Mokter
Hough
Sarah
Howard
Sarah
Howland
Jane
Hoyos
Verónica
Hsiao
Hsi-Chi
Hsiao
Wei-Ying
Hsiao
Wei-Ying
Hsu
Cheng
Hsu
Chia-Er
Hsu
Shan-Hui
Hu
Chun
2
31
1
1
31
31
30
31
31
1
2
30
2
2
30
2
2
31
1
1
30
2
30
30
30
2
31
1
2
30
2
2
31
1
1
1
30
1
31
2
30
31
2
1
31
31
1
1
1
2
30
30
2
2
31
1
1
2
1
1
30
31
30
2
30
2
1
31
31
31
1
31
31
2
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
Room
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 5
Marina 3
Executive 4
Executive 4
Nautilus 1
Pavillion
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 4
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 1
Executive 4
Marina 4
Nautilus 1
Executive 4
Executive 2a/2b
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 3
Executive 4
Executive 2a/2b
Pavillion
Marina 3
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 1
Executive 4
Marina 4
Executive 4
Nautilus 2
Seabreeze 1/2
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Executive 1
Marina 3
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Executive 4
Executive 4
Executive 4
Executive 4
Marina 3
Executive 4
Executive 1
Executive 3a
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 4
Executive 4
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 3a
Nautilus 4
Pavillion
Marina 3
Nautilus 5
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 2
Pavillion
Executive 4
Executive 4
Marina 5
Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 3a
37
INDEX OF ALL AUTHORS
Last Name
Hu
Huang
Huang
Huang
Huang
Huang
Huang
Huang
Huang
Huang
Huang
Huang
Huber
Hung
Hung
Hung
Hwang
Hwang
Ide
Iding
Ikawa
Ildikó
Ilieva
Inglese
Inyiama
Ireh
Irminger
Isaacson
Isaacson
Ishak
Ishii-Jordan
Iwamoto
Jackson
Jacob
Jaipal
Jaipal
James
First Name Date Time
Hsiu-Yuan
Der-Hsiang
Ho-Yuan
Hsin-Chih
Hsin-Chih
Hui-Wen
Hui-Wen
Jingshan
Sheng-Wen
Yi-Feng
Yiwei
Yi-Wei
William
Hsiu-Ting
Ying-Chih
Ying-Chih
Sun
Sunhong
Martina
Marie
Tomoka
Balázsi
Vessela
Terry
Hight
Madu
Xiaoqin
Robert
Robert
Amgad
Sharon
Dawn
Allen
Renae
Kamini
Kamini
Scott
Jamieson-Proctor Romina
Jansen
Sandra
Jaruszewicz
Candace
Jeffs
Tara
Jennings
Susan
Jia
Xiaokai
Jia
Xiaokai
Jianhua
Wang
Jochems
Wim
Johannesen
Monica
Johannesen
Monica
Johnson
Karen
Johnson-Glenberg Mina
Johnston
Julia
Jones
Greg
Jones
Greg
Jones
Mark
Jones
Paula
Ju
Chianyi
Ju
Chian-Yi
Jun
Zhang
Jung
Abby
Juniu
Susana
Jurica
James
Kaberman
Zvia
Kagami
Ai
Kahle-Piasecki Lisa
Kamrat
Isidor
Kamrat
Isidor
Kang
Jungjin
Karsenti
Thierry
Karsenti
Thierry
Kasami
Naoko
Kashou
Hussam
Kato
Yukari
Keengwe
Jared
Keengwe
Jared
38
31
31
31
31
31
30
31
2
1
1
31
31
1
31
31
31
31
30
2
1
1
2
31
30
31
2
2
30
30
30
31
30
2
31
31
2
31
31
30
1
30
31
30
2
31
1
31
1
30
1
31
31
1
30
1
31
31
31
31
30
31
2
1
1
1
2
2
31
1
1
2
31
30
30
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
Room
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Marina 3
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Marina 4
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Marina 3
Executive 1
Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 4
Executive 2a/2b
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Executive 4
Grande Ballrm. B
Marina 4
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 4
Seabreeze 1/2
Marina 4
Pavillion
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 5
Executive 1
Nautilus 4
Marina 4
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 2
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 1
Marina 3
Nautilus 2
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Keengwe
Keir
Kelceoglu
Kelly
Kelly
Kenton
Kereluik
Kereluik
Kesici
Ketelhut
Ketelhut
Ketelhut
Khaimook
Khalsa
Khera
Khoshaim
Ki
Kibrick
Kidd
Kidd
Kidd
Kiger
Kim
Kim
Kim
Kim
Kim
Kim
Kim
Kim
Kim
Kim
Kim
Kimura
King
King
Kirkley
Kirkley
Kitazawa
Kjellstrom
Kjellstrom
Klass
Kliewer
Klopfer
Klopfer
Knezek
Knezek
Knezek
Knezek
Knezek
Knezek
Knight
Knowlton
Kobayashi
Koehler
Koehler
Koehler
Koehler
Kolloff
Kolloff
Komekova
Kovalik
Kowrach
Kreijns
Kreijns
Kritskaya
Ku
Ku
Ku
Kubota
Kuck
Kumpulainen
Kumpulainen
Kung
Jared
Scott
Ilknur
Janet
Mario
Jeffrey
Kristen
Kristen
Sahin
Diane
Diane
Diane Jass
Kanit
Datta Kaur
Otto
Heba
Taegwan
Melissa
Jennifer
Jennifer
Jennifer
Susan
Chanmin
Hye Jeong
Hye Jeong
Hye Jeong
Hyeonjin
Hyewon
Kioh
Kioh
Minkyu
Taegwan
Youngjun
Midori
Donna
Valerie
Jamie
Sonny
Takeshi
Willy
Willy
Steve
Anita
Eric
Eric
Don
Don
Gerald
Gerald
Gerald
Gerald
Margaret
Earle
Michiko
Matthew
Matthew
Matthew
Matthew
Fred
Maryann
Guncha
Cindy
Nicole
Karel
Karel
Olga
Heng-Yu
Heng-Yu
Heng-Yu
Yoshihiko
Glen
Kari
Kari
Mabel
31
31
30
31
1
2
31
1
2
1
1
1
31
1
31
2
31
31
31
1
2
30
30
31
1
1
2
31
31
1
30
1
31
1
1
30
1
1
31
30
30
30
1
31
31
1
1
31
1
1
1
2
2
31
31
31
31
31
1
1
2
1
2
30
1
30
30
31
1
31
31
31
31
2
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
Room
Nautilus 2
Executive 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 3
Executive 3a
Executive 1
Marina 3
Marina 3
Marina 4
Executive 3a
Marina 4
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 3
Nautilus 2
Pavillion
Executive 3a
Pavillion
Nautilus 2
Executive 3a
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Pavillion
Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 5
Executive 3a
Nautilus 5
Executive 1
Seabreeze 1/2
Marina 5
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 1
Marina 4
Marina 4
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 1
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Pavillion
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 1
Pavillion
Marina 4
Marina 4
Nautilus 3
Executive 1
Marina 4
Marina 4
Executive 1
Grande Ballrm. A
Executive 3a
Executive 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 2a/2b
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 2
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Grande Ballrm. A
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Kuo
Kuo
Kuo
Kwon
Kyei-Blankson
Kyei-Blankson
Laferriere
Laferriere
Laferriere
Laferrière
Lager
Lagrone
Lai
Lai
Lai
Lai
Lai
Laifer
Lamb
Lamberski
Lambert
Lam-Miller
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Landis
Langley
Langran
Langran
Langran
Lansari
Lara
Lara
Lauderdale
Laverick
Lawless
Leahy
Leask
Leask
Leask
Leatham
Ledford
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Leh
Leidman
Lennex
Leong
Chia
Hao-Lun
Yu-Chun
Seolim
Lydia
Lydia
Therese
Therese
Therese
Thérèse
Carl
Ben
Alice
Feng-Qi
Kwok Wing
Kwok Wing
Kwok-Wing
Eyal
Richard
Richard
Judy
Ngoc
Paula
Paula
Sean
Sean
Sean
Melodee
Dorothy
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
Azzedine
Luisa
Luisa
Manon
Deanna
Kimberly
Margaret
Marilyn
Marilyn
Marilyn
Keith
Sarah
Anna
Cheun-Yeong
Chia-Jung
Chia-Kun
Eunbae
Fong-Lok
Irene
Jennifer
John
Kathryn
Marie
Mimi
Stella
Youngju
Amy
Mary Beth
Lesia
Peter
Leslein-Yoshihiro Pamela
Ley
Marta
Li
Guofang
Li
Lan
Li
Lan
Li
Xuemei
Liao
Yuen-Kuang
Liao
Yuen-Kuang
Libin
Alexander
Lieman
Leslie
Lim
Jung
Lim
Okyoung
1
31
31
31
31
1
31
1
1
2
2
30
2
30
1
1
1
30
1
30
1
30
31
1
30
31
1
31
30
30
2
2
30
1
2
1
31
31
2
31
31
1
2
2
30
2
30
30
31
1
1
1
30
30
31
2
1
2
30
1
1
1
2
30
2
30
31
30
30
30
1
30
31
1
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
Room
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 1
Pavillion
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 4
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Executive 4
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 1
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 2
Marina 4
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 3
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 4
Executive 1
Executive 3a
Executive 3a
Marina 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 4
Marina 3
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Marina 5
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 3
Executive 2a/2b
Nautilus 2
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. A
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 5
Executive 3a
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 5
Executive 1
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 2
Executive 1
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. A
Marina 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 5
Seabreeze 1/2
INDEX OF ALL AUTHORS
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Lin
Lin
Lin
Lin
Lin
Lin
Lin
Lin
Lindroth
Lisboa
Litchfield
Liu
Liu
Liu
Liu
Liu
Liu
Liu
Liu
Liu
Liu
Liu
Livingston
Ljungberg
Lockee
Lockerby
Lohnes Watulak
Long
Long
Longe
Loving
Loving
Lowe
Lowe
Loye
Loye
Lu
Lu
Lu
Lu
Lu
Luczaj
Lund
Lund
Lundin
Lung
Luz
Lyublinskaya
Ma
Ma
Mach
Macias
Mackey
Mackinnon
Mackinnon
Mackinnon
Maddux
Maddux
Maddux
Maddux
Maddux
Magoun
Mahmud
Maldonado
Malyn-Smith
Malyn-Smith
Manner
Marge
Marks
Marshall
Marshall
Martinelli
Martinelli
Martinelli
Ching-Dar
Hong
Lin
Mei-Ying
Mei-Ying
Min-Jin
Min-Jin
Tzong-Yih
Tomas
Eliana
Brenda
Dehua
Leping
Leping
Leping
Leping
Min
Wei
Xiongyi
Yi-Hui
Yuliang
Yuliang
Michael
Inger
Barbara
Robin
Sarah
Robert
Zhang
Olumide
Cathleen
Cathleen
Carolyn
Carolyn
Brandon
Brandon
Liangyue
Lilly
Lilly
Lilly
Ming-Tsan
Jerome
Andreas
Tommy
Johan
Wei Ya
Emeli
Irina
Lei
Wei
Nada
Roseanne
Julie
Gregory
Gregory
Kim
Cleb
Cleborne
Cleborne
Cleborne
Cleborne
A. Dale
Rosnaini
Michele
Joyce
Joyce
Jane
Shelby
Gary
James
James
Joseph
Joseph
Joseph
1
1
31
31
31
31
1
31
1
1
30
31
30
31
31
1
31
31
31
30
31
31
2
1
31
31
30
30
31
31
31
1
30
31
31
2
2
31
1
1
1
1
30
1
1
30
1
2
31
31
31
30
30
31
31
1
31
30
31
1
30
2
1
31
1
1
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
31
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
Room
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 1
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Marina 4
Marina 5
Seabreeze 1/2
Marina 4
Seabreeze 1/2
Executive 1
Pavillion
Nautilus 3
Executive 1
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 4
Executive 4
Marina 4
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Executive 2a/2b
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 4
Pavillion
Pavillion
Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 4
Pavillion
Nautilus 2
Executive 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 4
Marina 4
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 4
Executive 1
Executive 4
Marina 4
Grande Ballrm. A
Marina 4
Marina 3
Pavillion
Pavillion
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 5
Seabreeze 1/2
Pavillion
Marina 5
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 1
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 2
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Marina 3
Seabreeze 1/2
Grande Ballrm. A
Marina 4
Marina 4
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Marvin
Marvin
Matsuda
Matsumoto
Matthew
Matthew
Matzen
Mc Allister
Mc Allister
Mc Allister
Mc Ferrin
Mc Loughlin
Mcalister
Mcauliffe
Mcbride
Mcbride
Mccallister
Mccaslin
Mccaw
Mccaw
Mcclour
Mcconnell
Mcconnell
Mcconnell
Mccoy
Mcdonald
Mcdonald
Mcdonald
Mcdonald
Mcfalls
Mcfalls
Mcferrin
Mcferrin
Mcferrin
Mcgrath
Mcgrath
Mcgrath
Mcgregor
Mckeague
Mckenzie
Mckeown
Mckeown
Mcmullen
Mcnary
Mcpheeters
Mcpherson
Mcshane
Medicherla
Mehrizi
Meier
Mele Robinson
Mendoza
Mentzer
Merillat
Metcalf
Mete
Meunier
Meyer
Michaelson
Middlebrook
Miiller
Miller
Miller
Milman
Milrad
Mims
Mishra
Mishra
Mishra
Mishra
Mishra
Mitchell
Mittenberg
Miyaji
Eric
Stephen
Toshiki
Kahoko
Kathryn
Kathryn
Nita
Daniel
Michelle
Michelle
Karen
Hilary
Kimberly
Carla
Ron
Ronald
Terrie
Tiffany
Donna
Donna
Chris
Nancy
Nancy
Rodney
Shelley
Denise
Denise
Michael
Michael
Allyson
Allyson
Karen
Karen
Karen
Ann
Ann
Bill
Margaret
Matthew
Barbara
Jonathan
Jonathan
David
Scot
Dallas
Rebekah
Kim
Padmavathi
Zahra
Antje
Helen
Sean
Gale
Linda
Debbie
Pat
Helene
Bente
Karen
Geoffrey
Susan
Matthew
Norma
Natalie
Marcelo
Nancy
Punya
Punya
Punya
Punya
Punya
Linda
Valerie
Isao
31
31
31
30
1
2
2
31
31
31
31
30
30
31
1
30
31
2
30
2
31
31
31
30
2
1
2
30
31
30
2
30
1
1
30
1
31
31
1
30
30
30
2
1
31
31
2
31
1
2
31
1
1
30
1
2
2
30
30
31
30
1
1
31
31
30
31
31
31
31
1
2
30
31
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
Room
Marina 4
Marina 4
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 5
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Executive 1
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. A
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Executive 1
Executive 1
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 1
Executive 4
Executive 2a/2b
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. A
Executive 4
Executive 1
Pavillion
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 3
Executive 1
Nautilus 5
Executive 1
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. B
Marina 3
Seabreeze 1/2
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 4
Nautilus 2
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 5
Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 3
Marina 3
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 3
Seabreeze 1/2
Marina 3
Executive 2a/2b
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. B
Marina 4
Marina 4
Nautilus 3
Executive 1
Executive 1
Nautilus 1
Executive 2a/2b
Pavillion
Last Name
Mizuko
Mizuko
Moallem
Moallem
Moallem
Moallem
Mochizuki
Mohd Ayub
Molebash
Molebash
Molyneaux
Monroe
Moon
Moon
Moore
Morge
Morge
Morge
Morningstar
Morote
Morreale
Morris
Morris
Morrow
Morrow
First Name Date Time
Mark
Mark
Mahnaz
Mahnaz
Mahnaz
Mahnaz
Toshio
Ahmad
Philip
Philip
Kristen
Ronnie
Hyunkyung
Kyunghee
John
Shelby
Shelby
Shelby
Mary
Elsa-Sofia
Patricia
Meghan
Michelle
Donna
Donna
Mortera-Gutiérrez Fernando
Moussa
Jase
Mruczek
Cynthia
Mruczek
Cynthia
Mudzimiri
Rejoice
Mueller
Julie
Muilenburg
Lin
Muilenburg
Lin
Mulder
Martin
Munk
Dennis
Murphy
John
Myers
Jamie
Myers
Jill
Myllylä
Marjatta
Nagai
Masahiro
Nagler
Walther
Najmi
Anjum
Najmi
Anjum
Nakayama
Hiroshi
Nakayama
Minoru
Narayan
Sridhar
Narayan
Sridhar
Narayan
Sridhar
Narayan
Sridhar
Navaneedhan Cittoor
Nawawi
Mokhtar
Needed
Not
Neeman
Henry
Neeman
Henry
Nelson
Brian
Nevalainen
Timo
Newbutt
Nigel
Newman
Dianna
Nguyen
Thanh Truc
Ni
Xiaopeng
Nichols
Brian
Nicolino
Peter
Niess
Margaret
Niess
Margaret
Nishihara
Akinori
Noel
Megan
Noel
Megan
Noel
Megan
Nomura
Tairo
Nomura
Tairo
Nordbotten
Joan
Nordmark
Susanna
Nore
Hæge
Noroozi
Omid
31
1
31
1
2
2
31
1
30
31
2
31
31
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
31
31
2
30
1
31
31
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
31
30
2
2
2
31
1
30
1
30
31
30
1
2
2
31
1
1
30
30
1
30
31
31
31
2
2
2
31
1
30
31
31
31
2
2
1
31
1
1
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
Room
Pavillion
Marina 5
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 2
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 2
Executive 4
Marina 4
Executive 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 2
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 1
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 5
Executive 1
Pavillion
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 3
Executive 1
Executive 1
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 4
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 1
Executive 2a/2b
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 3a
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 2
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 4
Marina 4
Executive 3a
Nautilus 5
Executive 4
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Nautilus 2
Executive 1
Executive 3a
Executive 1
Nautilus 3
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Executive 3a
Seabreeze 1/2
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 4
Nautilus 4
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INDEX OF ALL AUTHORS
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Norris
Norris
Norton
Norton
Nwaocha
O'bannon
O'brien
O'callaghan
Ochsner
O'connor
O'dea
Oescher
Oescher
Offutt
Offutt
Ogilvie
Ogrim
O'hara
O'hara
Oigara
Ojose
Ojose
Okada
Olcese
Oldham
Oldham
Oldham
Olfman
Olfman
Oliveira
Olsson
O'shea
O'shea
O'shea
O'shea
O'shea
O'shea
Ostashewski
O'sullivan
Ouyang
Ouyang
Ouyang
Ouyang
Overall
Overall
Owens
Ozden
Ozkan
Ozkan
Ozkizikli
Pace
Pacheco
Pacheco
Pacifici
Pan
Pan
Panaligan
Pardieck
Park
Park
Park
Park
Park
Park
Parker
Parker
Parker
Parry
Parry
Parton
Parton
Parton
Pasrija
Pastore
Patricia
Patricia
Priscilla
Torrie
Vivian
Blanche
Dan
Eimear
Lance
Eileen
Jennifer
Jeff
Jeff
Sue
Sue
Kristie
Leikny
Kate
Susan
James
Bobby
Bobby
Kazunori
Nicole
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
Lorne
Lorne
Janaina
Lena
Patrick
Patrick
Patrick
Patrick
Patrick
Patrick
Nathaniel
Ed
John
John
Youwen
Youwen
Theresa
Theresa
Charlotte
M. Yasar
Betul
Betul
Sibel
Barbara
Adriana
Carlos
Linda
Shu-Chein
Shu-Chien
Alona
Sherrie
Hye Jin
Hyesung
Sanghoon
Sanghoon
Sanghoon
Seung Won
Caroline
Caroline
Rebecca
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
Becky
Becky
Becky Sue
Neha
Raymond
40
2
2
30
31
31
31
31
30
30
1
31
30
2
31
31
1
30
1
1
2
1
1
30
2
30
31
31
31
2
31
31
31
31
31
1
1
2
1
30
31
31
30
2
1
1
2
1
30
1
31
30
30
30
30
31
30
30
2
30
2
31
31
1
31
31
31
2
2
2
2
2
31
31
30
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
Room
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 5
Executive 4
Executive 3a
Executive 4
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 1
Executive 3a
Marina 3
Marina 5
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. A
Executive 4
Executive 3a
Executive 3a
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 3a
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. A
Executive 3a
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 1
Pavillion
Nautilus 2
Executive 1
Executive 1
Marina 5
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Marina 4
Seabreeze 1/2
Grande Ballrm. C
Seabreeze 1/2
Executive 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 1
Executive 3a
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. B
Marina 5
Nautilus 5
Executive 1
Nautilus 4
Seabreeze 1/2
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 1
Pavillion
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Pattison
Pauley
Peach
Pearson
Pedersen
Pedersen
Peeraer
Peet
Peet
Pelton
Pelton
Pelton
Pena
Pence
Peng
Peng
Penrod
Perkins
Perron
Peters
Petras
Pfaffman
Pfister
Philbeck
Philpott
Phosaard
Phyfe
Pickering
Pillai
Pillai
Pinell
Pinell
Piotrowski
Piwinsky
Piwinsky
Plankis
Plankis
Plant
Plant
Potter
Powell
Powell
Prabhu
Preston
Preston
Preston
Preston
Prieto
Pritchard
Pronk
Pronk
Proscia
Pyatt
Quesada
Quinn
Raby
Rademacher
Rago
Rahimi
Ramesht
Ramsey
Rasmussen
Rasowsky
Ravitz
Redd
Redmond
Reeves
Reilly
Reilly
Reilly
Reimer
Reimer
Renda
Resta
Jillian
Fred
Andrea
Donna
Susan
Susan
Jef
Martha
Martha
Lesle
Timothy
Timothy
Carmen
Roger
Li-Wei
Li-Wei
Kathryn
Gerra
Nicole
Laurence
Carol-Lynn
Jay
Lianne
Lauren
David
Satidchoke
Lynette
Jordan
Sarita
Sarita
Cady
Cady
Phillip
Mark
Mark
Brian
Brian
Bob
Bob
Ken
Douglas
Nicole
Vasundhara
Christina
Christina
Christina
Sandra
Adolfo
Robert
Hans
Hans
Margherita
Kevin
Allen
Robert
Carole
Ricardo
David
Ilan
Mohammad
Mesha
Ingvill
Carol
Jason
Jennifer
Petrea
Alison
Erin
Erin
Erin
Felicia
Todd
Chris
Paul
2
31
1
31
31
1
1
1
2
31
31
2
1
2
31
2
2
2
31
1
2
2
2
30
31
31
31
2
31
31
31
1
2
30
1
30
31
30
30
31
1
31
1
31
31
1
1
31
1
30
31
2
1
30
1
2
2
31
30
1
1
30
2
2
31
1
31
31
2
2
2
2
31
31
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
Room
Nautilus 1
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 3a
Pavillion
Marina 3
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 1
Pavillion
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. C
Seabreeze 1/2
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. A
Executive 4
Marina 3
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Pavillion
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 5
Marina 3
Nautilus 4
Marina 4
Marina 4
Nautilus 3
Marina 3
Executive 4
Executive 1
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Marina 5
Nautilus 1
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Executive 3a
Executive 4
Executive 1
Executive 3a
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 5
Executive 1
Nautilus 2
Marina 5
Nautilus 2
Executive 1
Seabreeze 1/2
Marina 3
Pavillion
Executive 4
Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 5
Pavillion
Seabreeze 1/2
Last Name
Resta
Resta
Rezaei
Rhymes
Rich
Rich
Richards
Ricord
Rieg
Riel
Riel
Rigler
Riley
Rinaldo
Risner
Robb
Roberts
Roberts
Roberts-Gray
Robertshaw
Robertson
Robertson
Robertson
Robin
Robinson
Robinson
Roby
Roby
Rocha
First Name Date Time
Paul
Paul
Ali Reza
Martha
Peter
Peter
Kari
Ottolene
Sue
Margaret
Margaret
Kenny
Colleen
Vince
Mary
Sue
Edward
Kelly
Cindy
M Brooke
James
Shawn
William
Bernard
David
Michael G.
Teshia
Teshia
Aurora
Rockinson-Szapkiw Amanda
Rodd
Jane
Rodesiler
Luke
Rodney
Basiyr D.
Rodriguez
Diane
Rodriguez
Joe
Rogers
Jennifer
Rogge
Mark
Romereim-Holmes Loye
Rood
Magdalena
Rosas
Clarissa
Rose
Ray
Rose
Ray
Rose
Raymond
Rosen
Dina
Ross
Cindy
Rossett
Allison
Rossiter
Marsha
Rosson
Mary Beth
Roush
Cora
Rowley
Jennifer
Rowley
Jennifer
Rubin
Stuart
Rutherford
Camille
Ryan
Loren
Ryan
Terry
Sadera
William
Sadera
William
Sahin
Ismail
Saklofske
Jon
Saklofske
Jon
Saksiri
Benjaporn
Salinas
Jesus
Saltan
Fatih
Saltan
Fatih
Saltan
Fatih
Samruayruen Buncha
Samuel
Jeanne
Samuels-Peretz Debbie
Sanders
Karen
Sanders
Rob
Sanders
Robert
Sandorf
Monica
Sanham
Nick
Santiago
Rowena
1
1
1
30
30
2
2
31
31
1
1
1
2
2
2
30
2
30
1
2
2
1
30
30
31
30
30
1
30
2
31
30
2
30
2
2
31
2
1
30
30
30
31
1
31
30
31
31
1
31
1
30
31
1
2
30
31
2
31
31
2
31
1
2
2
31
1
31
30
2
30
31
30
31
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
Room
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Grande Ballrm. B
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 1
Nautilus 4
Executive 3a
Nautilus 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 2
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 5
Executive 4
Executive 2a/2b
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 2
Executive 3a
Nautilus 3
Executive 4
Nautilus 1
Pavillion
Marina 3
Marina 3
Nautilus 3
Executive 3a
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 3
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 1
Marina 3
Marina 4
Marina 4
Seabreeze 1/2
Marina 3
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 1
Nautilus 1
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Marina 3
Seabreeze 1/2
Pavillion
Marina 3
Pavillion
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 2
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 2
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 3a
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. A
Pavillion
INDEX OF ALL AUTHORS
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Santos
Savola
Savvides
Savvides
Saydam
Sayler
Scerbakov
Schifter
Schifter
Schmidt
Schmidt
Schmidt
Schmidt
Schneider
Schrader
Schroder
Schrum
Schuetze
Schulz-Zander
Schulz-Zander
Schulz-Zander
Schutt
Schweiizer
Scordias
Scott
Scott
Scott
Searson
Searson
Sedivy
Sedivy
Seiler
Seiler
Semingson
Sendag
Senna
Seo
Serdyukov
Sexton
Shabb
Shafer
Shah
Shand
Shao
Shao
Sharpe
Shea
Sheehy
Sheerhan
Shelton
Shen
Sheng
Sheng
Shepherd
Sheridan
Sheridan
Sheybani
Shimomura
Shin
Shin
Shin
Shinkai
Shoffner
Shoffner
Shonfeld
Shutt
Siegenthaler
Siegenthaler
Siko
Siko
Silva
Silverman
Silverman
Simard
Gilberto
Lasse
Philippos
Philippos
Azime
Micheal
Nicolai
Catherine
Catherine
Alison
Denise
Denise
Denise
Terice
Josef
Kerstin
Lynne
Ulf
Renate
Renate
Renate
Maria
Heidi
Margaret
Andrea
Kimberly
Kimberly
Mike
Mike
Amy
Amy
David
David
Peggy
Serkan
Luiz
Hyo-Jin
Peter
Colleen
Cynthia
Kathryn
Kajal
Kristen
Kun
Xinhang
Dennis
Lauren
Colleen
Thomas
Chris
Chun-Yi
Bridget
Zhaohui
Carol
Kimberly
Kimberly
Ehsan
Tsutomu
Sunghee
Tae Seob
Tae Seob
Junko
Melanie
Melanie
Miri
Jennifer
Eva
Eva
Kari Lee
Kari Lee
Karina
Jason
Jason
Carole
30
1
31
1
2
31
1
1
1
1
31
31
31
1
2
31
31
31
31
1
1
31
30
30
30
2
2
1
1
31
31
1
2
31
1
2
30
30
31
31
1
2
31
2
30
31
31
31
2
2
31
31
30
31
2
2
30
1
30
31
31
31
30
2
1
1
30
31
2
2
31
1
1
1
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
10:15 AM
Room
Nautilus 2
Marina 5
Pavillion
Marina 4
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 4
Marina 4
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 4
Executive 1
Grande Ballrm. A
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. B
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 4
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 3
Executive 2a/2b
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 3
Seabreeze 1/2
Seabreeze 1/2
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. A
Executive 3a
Nautilus 2
Executive 1
Nautilus 4
Nautilus 3
Seabreeze 1/2
Executive 4
Marina 3
Executive 3a
Nautilus 4
Pavillion
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Marina 4
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Executive 1
Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 4
Grande Ballrm. B
Pavillion
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 3
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 4
Executive 2a/2b
Marina 4
Marina 4
Pavillion
Seabreeze 1/2
Nautilus 3
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. A
Pavillion
Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Executive 3a
Nautilus 1
Executive 4
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Singleton
Sinha
Skaggs
Slatoff
Slayden
Slough
Slykhuis
Smart
Smart
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Snead
Snelson
Snider
Snider
Solis
Solvie
Song
Song
Song
Song
Song
Sørensen
Sosa
Spector
Spencer
Sprague
Sprague
Spruce
Stang
Stansberry
Starkweather
Starkweather
Start
Stasko
Steckelberg
Stefanick
Steffen
Stegman
Stegman
Stein
Steinman
Stephens
Stetson
Stetter
Stetter
Stewart
Stijnen
Stiles
Stillwell
Stobaugh
Stone
Stonehouse
Storm
Storm
Strausz
Street
Strobel
Strobel
Stromberg
Stubbs
Stuckart
Stundal
Stuve
Stuve
Stuve
Stylinski
Su
Sudweeks
Sujo-Montes
Julie
Hansa
Paul
Michael
Melissa
Scott
David
Kathy
Kathy
Bethany
Elizabeth
Grinell
John
Linda
Michael
Elizabeth
Chareen
Blake
Sharla
John
Pamela
Liyan
Liyan
Liyan
Liyan
Liyan
Birgitte
Teri
Michael
Lisa
Debra
Debroah
Robin
Kristin
Susan
Kendall
Kendall
Jay
Daniel
Allen
Paulette
Cherry
Melanie
Melanie
Catherine
Debbie
Elizabeth
Ranae
Maria
Maria
James
Sjef
Joel
Barbara
Rebecca
Marcus
Pauline
William
William
Jacqueline
Chris
Johannes
Johannes
Linda
Kari
Daniel
Kjersti
Matthew
Matthew
Matthew
Cathlyn
Bude
Richard
Laura
31
31
1
31
2
1
2
31
31
30
2
31
31
30
2
1
31
31
31
30
2
30
31
31
1
1
30
30
30
31
30
31
31
2
31
2
2
30
1
30
30
31
30
30
2
30
31
31
31
2
31
30
1
31
30
1
31
31
31
31
2
31
1
2
1
1
1
31
31
31
31
31
31
1
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
2:45 PM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
6:00 PM
11:30 AM
10:15 AM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
2:45 PM
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
2:45 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
2:45 PM
4:00 PM
10:15 AM
2:45 PM
10:15 AM
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
4:00 PM
11:30 AM
Room
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Executive 3a
Executive 1
Marina 3
Executive 1
Seabreeze 1/2
Executive 3a
Marina 3
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Executive 1
Pavillion
Executive 2a/2b
Nautilus 5
Nautilus 2
Marina 3
Pavillion
Pavillion
Executive 2a/2b
Nautilus 3
Executive 2a/2b
Nautilus 1
Grande Ballrm. B
Nautilus 1
Executive 4
Nautilus 3
Executive 3a
Seabreeze 1/2
Executive 1
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. A
Executive 3a
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. A
Grande Ballrm. A
Nautilus 1
Marina 3
Executive 1
Executive 3a
Nautilus 3
Marina 4
Marina 4
Executive 1
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Executive 1
Executive 1
Seabreeze 1/2
Pavillion
Executive 1
Marina 4
Marina 3
Nautilus 4
Pavillion
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. A
Marina 4
Executive 1
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Pavillion
Pavillion
Pavillion
Marina 3
Nautilus 3
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Sun
Sundholm
Sung
Suphajanya
Susono
Sutherlin
Sutton
Suzuki
Swan
Swan
Sweet
Szapkiw
Tagliarini
Tagliarini
Tagliarini
Tagliarini
Takada
Takahashi
Talaiver
Tamashiro
Tamashiro
Tanaka
Tapp
Tapp
Tapp
Taraghi
Tassell
Taylor-Stoval
Teclehaimanot
Teclehaimanot
Teclehaimanot
Teng
Tetteh-Richter
Theodore
Thomas
Thomeczek
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thornthwaite
Tillman
Tingen
Tizzard
Tjaden
Tolbert
Topper
Torp
Torp
Tourigny
Tournaki
Tousignant
Tran
Trekles
Trekles
Tripp
Tripp
Triyono
Tu
Tubaishat
Turel
Tyler-Wood
Tyler-Wood
Ulrich
Unal
Unal
Unal
Unal
Unal
Unal
Chih-Yuan
Teresa
Yao-Ting
Paruhut
Hitoshi
Matthew
Susan
Hideyuki
Gerry
Kathy
Dawn
Amanda
Gene
Gene
Gene
Gene
Nobuhiko
Kiriko
Manorama
Roy
Roy
Keiichi
Anne
Anne
Anne
Behnam
Janet
Ellinor
Berhane
Berhane
Berhane
Yuzhu
Daniel
Peter
Michael
Melissa
Ann
Ann
Ann
Ann
Ann
Ann
Ann
Carol
Carrie
Daniel
Jennifer
Robin
Bunny
Denise
Andrew
Hanna
Hanna
Roxane
Nelly
Wayne
Thy
Anastasia
Anastasia
Lauren
Tonya
Brenda
Tsung-Hui
Abdallah
Yalin
Tandra
Tandra
Frances
Aslihan
Aslihan
Aslihan
Zafer
Zafer
Zafer
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Grande Ballrm. C
Marina 5
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Grande Ballrm. C
Pavillion
Nautilus 4
Seabreeze 1/2
Pavillion
Nautilus 1
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Nautilus 2
Pavillion
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
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Nautilus 5
Nautilus 1
Marina 4
Marina 4
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Nautilus 5
Nautilus 3
Nautilus 1
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Marina 3
Grande Ballrm. C
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 5
Grande Ballrm. C
Nautilus 3
Marina 3
Nautilus 2
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Grande Ballrm. C
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Executive 1
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Executive 4
Executive 1
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INDEX OF ALL AUTHORS
Last Name
First Name Date Time
Unger
Vadnere
Vajda
Van Der Hoeff
Van Der Hoeff
Van Der Pol
Van Es
Van Laarhoven
Van Petegem
Van Zee
Vandersall
Kelly
Rajendra
James
Aike
Aike
Jakko
Elizabeth
Toni
Peter
Emily
Kirk
Vannatta Reinhart Rachel
Vargas
Margarita
Varol
Filiz
Velasquez
Andrea
Velasquez
Janeth
Veres
Maggie
Verma
Alok
Vervenne
Filip
Vilela
Adriana
Voogt
Joke
Voogt
Joke
Voogt
Joke
Voogt
Joke
Voytecki
Karen
Walker
Andrew
Walker
Bryce
Walker
Lawrence
Walker
Rhea
Wallace
Paul
Wallace
Paul
Walsh
Candice
Walsh
Michael
Walsh
Michael
Wan Ali
Wan Zah
Wang
Feihong
Wang
Juei-Hsin
Wang
Wei
Wang
Yen-Cha
Wang
Zhuzhu
Ward
Grace
Warden
Beverly
Waring
Scott
Warner
Mark
Warren
Scott
Warschauer
Mark
Wasaki
Katsumi
Washington
Patsy
Washington
Winifred
Wassus
Kenny
Watson
Roxanne
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Watson
Webb
Weber
Weber
Weber
Weber
Weber
Weingart
Wellman
Wellman
Wellman
Wellman
Wereley
Werner
West
Wetzel
White
White
White-Clark
Whitehouse
Whitehouse
Whitlatch
Whittier
Wiburg
Wiesenhofer
Wiggins
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williams
Willis
Wilson
Winkler
Wivagg
Wolf
Wolf
Wolf
Wolfe
Wolsey
Wong
Wood
Wood
Wood
Woodward
Wrench
Wright
Wright
Wu
Sandy
Lorrie
Robert
Roberta
Roberta
Roberta
Roberta
Amelia
Nelda
Nelda
Wendell
Wendell
Megan
Linda
Rick
Keith
Daniel
Shannon
Renee
Pamela
Pamela
Allen
David
Karin
Helga
Mike
Darlene
Darlene
Gregory
Jennifer
Mia Kim
Sean
Wesley
Dee Anna
Jay
Thomas
Jennifer
Debra
Leigh
Leigh
Joe
Thomas
Wai Yat
David
Linda
Linda
Katherine
Janna
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Executive 3a
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Wu
Wu
Wunar
Wyne
Xiao
Xin
Xu
Yadav
Yamaguchi
Yamaguchi
Yamaguchi
Yamaguchi
Yanagaisawa
Yang
Yang
Yanowitz
Yazijian
Ye
Yeh
Yeh
Yildiz
Yildiz
Yildiz
Yildiz
Yildiz
Yoo
Yoon
Yoon
Yoon
Yoshii
You
Young
Yu
Yu
Yuen
Yuen
Yuen
Yuen
Zain-Ul-Abdin
Zelkovitz
Zhang
Zhang
Zhao
Zhou
Zhu
Zinicola
Zinicola
Zottmann
Zurita
Chi-Ying
Penn
Wen-Hsiung
Bryan
Mudasser
Yun
Joy
Yan
Aman
Haruhisa
Haruhisa
Yumi
Yumi
Ryoichi
Seung
Wan-Lin
Karen
Harvey
Haisong
Hsin-Te
Hsin-Te
Ismail
Melda
Melda
Melda
Melda
Sungae
Jiyoon
Jiyoon
Susan
Rika
Zhixia
Michael
Chi-Liang
Ting-Ting
Patrivan
Steve
Steve
Steve
Khawaja
Zipi
Xuesong
Zuochen
Naxin
Yuchun
Shanyuan
Debra
Debra
Jan
Leslie
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Nautilus 4
Executive 4
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Bo-kyeong Kim, Jeonju Univ., Korea, Korea (South)
Kioh Kim, Northwestern State Univ., USA
Beverly Klecker, Morehead State Univ., USA
Gerald Knezek, Univ. of North Texas, USA
Matthew J. Koehler, Michigan State Univ., USA
Swapna Kumar, Univ. of Florida, Gainesville, USA
Therese Laferriere, Laval Univ., Canada
Judy Lambert, The Univ. of Toledo, USA
Michael Land, Midwestern State Univ., USA
Chul-Hwan Lee, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, USA
John Lee, North Carolina State Univeristy, USA
Lesia Lennex, Morehead State Univ., USA
Jung Lim, Northwestern State Univ., USA
Lin Lin, Univ. of North Texas, USA
Yuliang Liu, Southern Illinois Univ.-Edwardsville, USA
prashant lokhande, Padmabhushan Vasantdada Patil
Pratishthan's College of Engineering., India
Annette Lopez de Mendez, Univ. of Puerto Rico, USA
Robyn MacKillop, RTG, LCC, USA
Cleborne Maddux, Univ. of Nevada,Reno, USA
Joyce Malyn-Smith, PI ITEST Learning Resource Center, USA
Jane Carol Manner, East Carolina Univ., USA
Ken Martin, The Univ. of Cincinnati, USA
Constantino Martins, Institute of Engineering of Porto Dept. of
Computer Science, Portugal
Kathryn Matthew, Univ. of Houston-Clear Lake, USA
Ronald McBride, USA
Jeton McClinton, Jackson State Univ., USA
Ann McCoy, Univ. of Alaska Anchorage, USA
Karen McFerrin, Northwestern State Univ., USA
Ewa McGrail, Georgia State Univ., USA
Sara McNeil, Univ. of Houston, USA
Barbara Messina, SUNY at Stony Brook, USA
Matthew Miller, Western Washington Univ., USA
Natalie Milman, George Washington Univ., USA
Punya Mishra, Michigan State Univ., USA
Mahnaz Moallem, UNC Wilmington, USA
Elsa-Sofia Morote, Dowling College, USA
Chrystalla Mouza, Univ. of Delaware, USA
Julie Mueller, Wilfrid Laurier Univ., Canada
Jacqueline Mumford, Walsh Univ., USA
Jamie Myers, Pennsylvania State Univ., USA
Anjum Najmi, USA
Trang Nguyen, James Cook Univ., Australia
Margaret Niess, Oregon State Univ., USA
Priscilla Norton, George Mason Univ., USA
H. N. Odogwu, Univ. of Lagos Nigeria, USA
Kristie Ogilvie, CSU San Bernardino, USA
Daithi OMurchu, Gaelscoil Ó Doghair/Hibernia College, Ireland
Carl Owens, Tennessee Tech Univ., USA
Lisa Palmieri, Robert Morris Univ., USA
John C. Park, North Carolina State Univ., USA
Sanghoon Park, Northwestern State Univ. of Louisiana, USA
Becky Sue Parton, Southeastern Louisiana Univ., USA
Timothy Pelton, Univ. of Victoria, Canada
Marvin Peyton, Middle Tennessee State Univ., USA
Melissa Pierson, Univ. of Houston, USA
Carol Pope, North Carolina State Univ., USA
Susan Powers, Indiana State Univ., USA
Keryn Pratt, Univ. of Otago, New Zealand
Davina Pruitt-Mentle, Univ. of Maryland, USA
David Pugalee, Univ. of North Carolina at Charolette, USA
Christopher Rakes, Univ. of Louisville, USA
Glenda Rakes, The Univ. of Tennessee at Martin, USA
Angelia Reid-Griffin, UNC Wilmington, USA
Judi Repman, Georgia Southern Univ., USA
Paul Resta, Univ. of Texas, Learning Technology Center, USA
Melissa Roberts Becker, Tarleton State Univeristy, USA
Bernard Robin, Univ. of Houston, USA
Kevin Rocap, Liu Brooklyn, USA
Mark A. Rodriguez, Sacramento State, USA
Robert Ronau, Univ. of Louisville, USA
Danny Rose, UNT, USA
Raymond Rose, Rose & Smith Associates, USA
Dina Rosen, Kean Univ., USA
Regina Royer, Salisbury Univ., USA
Robert Rozema, Grand Valley State Univ., USA
Anne Rudnicki, Univ. of Houston, USA
Ieda Santos, Emirates College for Advanced Education, USA
Ronald Sarner, SUNY Institute of Technology, USA
Catherine Schifter, USA
Michael Searson, Kean Univ., USA
George Semich, Robert Morris Univ., USA
Kathryn Shafer, Ball State Univ., USA
Melanie Shoffner, Purdue Univ., USA
Scott Slough, Texas A&M Univ., USA
David Slykhuis, James Madison Univ., USA
John Southworth, Univ. of Hawaii, USA
Jennifer Sparrow, Virginia Tech, USA
Michael Spaulding, Univ. of Tennessee at Martin, USA
Debra Sprague, George Mason Univ., USA
Ruth Sylvester, Univ. of South Florida, USA
James Telese, Univ. of Texas, Brownsville, USA
David Thomas, Mathematics Education Associates, LLP, USA
Kevin Thomas, Bellarmine Univ., USA
Ann Thompson, Iowa State Univ., USA
Bonnie Thurber, Northwestern Univ., USA
Cheryl Torrez, The Univ. of New Mexico, USA
Merryellen Towey Schulz, College of Saint Mary, USA
Tandra Tyler-Wood, USA
Kirk Vandersall, Arroyo Research Services, USA
Maggie Veres, Wright State Univ., USA
Stephane Villeneuve, Univ. of Montreal, Canada
Selma Vonderwell, Cleveland State Univ., USA
Chieu Vu Minh, Univ. of Michigan, School of Education, USA
Dina Vyortkina, Florida State Univ., USA
Hong Wang, Fort Hays State Univ., USA
Rebecca Watts, Middle Tennessee State Univ., USA
Roberta K Weber, Florida Atlantic Univ., USA
Allen Whitlatch, South Dakota State Univ., USA
Hilary Wilder, William Paterson Univ., USA
Dee Anna Willis, Northwestern State U. of Louisiana, USA
Jana Willis, Univ. of Houston - Clear Lake, USA
Thomas Winkler, IMIS / Univ. of Luebeck, USA
Ruth Wood, Kingston Univ., UK
Geoff Wright, Brigham Young Univ., College of Engineering, USA
Harrison Yang, State Univ. of New York, Oswego, USA
Melda N. Yildiz, Fulbright Scholar Turkmenistan, USA
Nancy Yost, Indiana Univ. of PA, USA
Carl Young, NC State Univ., USA
Chenfeng Zhang, Marygrove College, USA
Sara Zimmerman, Appalachian State Univ., USA
Amal Zouaq, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, USA
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SHERATON SAN DIEGO HOTEL & MARINA
FOR ADMISSION
TO CONFERENCE
ACTIVITIES, YOU MUST
WEAR YOUR BADGE
lanai Area
Welcome
Reception
PAVIlIon
All Showcases
(Poster/Demos)
IMPORTANT CONFERENCE INFORMATION
➧ GENERAL HOTEL INFORMATION:
Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina
1380 Harbor Island Drive
San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 291-2900 (direct) • Fax: (619) 692-2337
➧ REGISTRATION AREA: Hours: see Overview, page 2. Please check the
Conference Update bulletin board daily for schedule changes, and
additional information.
➧ SESSION ROOMS: All Workshops and Concurrent Sessions will be
held at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina. Please see locator
maps for floor plans.
✉ E-MAIL ACCESS: E-mail stations are available in the Marina Tower,
First Floor, Maritime Boardroom. See bulletin board near registration
for hours. Wireless Internet access is available at no cost on the
meeting room floors for use with your wireless card. Wireless setup
instructions may be found either in your registration materials or at
the registration desk.
➧ SPECIAL THANKS: All SITE 2010 Program Committee members;
Dave Drucker, Univ. of Virginia; Michael Rapp, Univ. of Houston;
and technical support staff. We would also like to thank all other
volunteers for their help.
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➧ The FedEx Office Print & Ship Center - Is located on the Marina
Tower, First Floor of the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina. Offers
you virtually everything you need to meet your convention exhibiting
needs – from packing and shipping to signage, copying and lastminute office supplies. Do you need presentations, flyers, signs or
other marketing materials for your meeting? Submit your orders
online and have them waiting for you at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel
& Marina when you arrive.
(619) 542-0198
[email protected]
Hours: Monday–Friday: 7 AM – 5 PM
Saturday-Sunday 8 AM - 4 PM
Special Services: Large format color printing, signs and banners, preconvention printing and file assistance,luggage shipping services
➧ NOTICE: Employment Networking – Bulletin boards are available for posting new position announcements and resumes. If
you have a job position available or are seeking employment,
be sure to bring your 1-page job position announcement or
resume to post.
SHERATON SAN DIEGO HOTEL & MARINA
MARINA TOWER – LOWER LEVEL
5
The
Electronic
& Assistive
Technology
Playground
• A daily conference
bulletin indicating
highlights and scheduled
event changes will be
distributed at every
keynote session.
4
Nautilus Rooms
Nautilus
Foyer
3
2
1
MARINA TOWER – FIRST FLOOR
Grand Ballroom Foyer
C
Welcome Reception Lanai Area, see page 46
Grande Ballroom
B
Executive Center Rooms
2A
1
2B
3A
A
Network
Lounge
Break Area
3B
Ex. Ctr.
Boardroom
W
4
REGISTRATION AREA
M
Bayview Foyer
W M
Harbor’s Edge
Restaurant
Starbucks
E-Mail
Stations
V
Marina Rooms
IV
W
FedEx
Office
Tapatini
Bar
Maritime
Boardroom
The
Link
M
III
II
Entrance
I
I
Seabreeze Rooms
II
Harbor Island Drive
Quinns
Bar
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NOTES
SITE Social Networking
Connect with Colleagues Worldwide!
Blog
Your central source for SITE announcements
and interviews. siteblog.aace.org/
Twitter
Stay up-to-date @ SITE with real-time
updates. Tag your Tweets with #site.
twitter.com/siteconf
Flickr
View SITE photos at flickr.com/photos/siteconf
To share your favorite SITE photos, send an
email with photos attached (max. 5 per email)
to: [email protected]
Ning Community
Connect with SITE colleagues at:
sitecommunity.org/
Session Discussions: Read comments, discuss papers,
engage in dialogue with authors!
http://url.aace.org/DiscussSITE
See twitter & flickr monitors displayed in Bayview Foyer!
Network Lounge/Executive Center Break Area - Open:
Monday-Thursday 8:00 AM-5:00 PM • Friday 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
PLAN NOW TO ATTEND!
March 7 - 11, 2011
Nashville, Tennessee, USA
site.aace.org/conf
Photo Credits – Cover, ©The San Diego CVB; Page 2, ©Nashville CVB; Page 3 ©Nashville CVB/Heavenly Perspectives; Page 34 ©Nashville CVB/Barry M. Winiker; Back Cover ©Nashville CVB/Bob Schatz/Randy Piland

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