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EDUCATIONAL MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY YEARBOOK 2002
Volume 27

Edited by Mary Ann Fitzgerald, Michael Orey, and Robert Maribe Branch

CONTENTS

Preface
Contributors

Part One
TRENDS AND ISSUES

Introduction

Issues and Trends in Instructional Technology: Hitting the Plateau

Michael Molenda and Michael Sullivan

The Foundations of Educational Technology

James D. Klein, Jonathan Brinkerhoff, and Carol Koroghlanian

Developing and Delivering an On-line Masterís Program in Instructional Technology

D. Michael Moore, Barbara B. Lockee, and John K. Burton

The Impacts of Frequency and Duration of Messaging on Relational Development in Computer-mediated Communication: An Exploratory Study

Y. Liu

Critical Thinking in College Students: Critical Issues in Empirical Research

John D. Emerson, Lisa Boes, and Frederick Mosteller

ERIC Digests

The Field of Educational Technology: Update 2000 A Dozen Frequently Asked Questions

Donald P. Ely

Laptop Computers in the K-12 Classroom

Yvonne Belanger

A Survey of Educational Change Models

James B. Ellsworth

The Roles and Responsibilities of Library and Information Professionals in the 21st Century

Carrie A. Lowe

Teachers and Librarians: Collaborative Relationships

Shayne Russell

Standards

ISTE National Educational Technology Standards (NETS): Educational Technology Expectations for Students and Teachers

Lajeanne Thomas

The IBSTPI Competency Standards: Development, Definition and Use

Rita C. Richey

AECT Accreditation Standards: Guidelines for the Quality Preparation of Education Professionals

Rodney Earle

Part Two
TECHNOLOGY CENTERS AND INSTITUTES FOR LEARNING

The Concord Consortium, Inc.: Implementing the Educational Promise of Technology

Robert Tinker

Relevance and Scale: Challenges to the Institute for Learning Technologies

Robbie McClintock

Part Three
SCHOOL AND LIBRARY MEDIA

The Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act (UCITA): More Critical for Educators than Copyright Law?

Vicki Gregory

Redefining Professional Growth: New Attitudes, New Tools

Kathy Brock and Elizabeth Bennett

Diversity in School Library Media Center Resources

Shu-Hsien Chen

Image-text relationships in Web Pages

Emily Marsh

Aiming for Effective Student Learning in Web-based Courses: Insights from Student Experiences

Joi Moore, Kim Kyung-Sun, Linda Esser

Part Four
LEADERSHIP PROFILES

Robert J. Casey: Professor, Humanitarian, Tinkerer

Ann Kwinn

Tribute to Kent Gustafson: Professor of Instructional Technology, The University of Georgia

Thomas C. Reeves

Tjeerd Plomp: A Citizen of the World

Donald P. Ely

Allow Me to Introduce Walter Dick

James D. Russell

Part Five
ORGANIZATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS IN NORTH AMERICA

Introduction

Leslie Cole, Section Editor

United States

Classified List
Alphabetical List

Canada/International

Part Six
GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN NORTH AMERICA

Introduction

Leslie Cole, Section Editor

Graduate Programs in Instructional Technology

Classified List
Alphabetical List

International Programs

Part Seven
MEDIAGRAPHY
Print and Non-Print Resources

Introduction

Leslie Cole, Section Editor

Mediagraphy

Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Electronic Performance Support Systems
Computer Assisted Instruction
Distance Education
Educational Research
Educational Technology
Information Science and Technology
Innovation
Instructional Design and Training
Interactive Multimedia
Libraries and Media Centers
Media Technologies
Professional Development
Simulation, Gaming, and Virtual Reality
Special Education and Disabilities
Telecommunications and Networking

Index





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