General Information about New Technological Designs courses

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Title: WISE: The Web-based Inquiry Science Environment

Author: Vincent Amode

Abstract: A comprehensive introduction of WISE

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): WISE


Title: Second Life

Author: Lorraine Emerick

Abstract: A comprehensive introduction of Second Life, a virtual learning environment, and its business use and educational use.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): second life


Title: Moodle (Note, insufficient information on the page)

Author: Kevin Goodman

Abstract: N/A

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): Moodle


Title: Digital Libraries and the International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL)

Author: Julie Smit

Abstract: A comprehensive introduction of digital library, and its advantages and disadvantages. A comprehensive introduction of ICDL (International Children’s Digital Library) project and its goals.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): digital libraries, ICDL


Title: World Watcher; Math Forum

Author: Patrice Torcivia

Abstract: A general introduction of the software called "My World", a Geographic Information System (GIS) and its educational use.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): My World GIS


Title: WorldWatcher

Author: Yueh-Chen Weng

Abstract: A general description of the program “WorldWatcher” and its educational applications

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): WorldWatcher


Title: Inspiration

Author: Yueh-Chen Weng

Abstract: A brief introduction of Inspiration software

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): Inspiration software


Title: The Inquiry Learning Forum

Author: Caitlin Donahue

Abstract: A brief introduction of Inquiry Learning Forum (ILF) and its educational implications.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): Inquiry Learning Forum (ILF)


Title: TeacherTube

Author: Caitlin Donahue

Abstract: A brief introduction of TeacherTube and its educational implications.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): TeacherTube


Title: Facebook & Social Bookmarking

Author: Xiyao Huang

Abstract: A general description of Facebook, a social networking site, and Social Bookmarking, as well as its advantages and disadvantages.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): Facebook, Social Bookmarking


Title: Programming Tool for Children

Author: Jingping Chen

Abstract: A general description of two programming tools that young children can learn and do programming-- Starlogo, BBB, and Scratch.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): young children, programming


Title: Virtual Worlds

Author: Jane Wilde

Abstract: A general introduction of River City and Second Life, as well as their unique features and limitations.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): virtual world, River City, Second Life


Title: Video Games in the Classroom

Author: Nathan Cadoret

Abstract: This course designed to share some of the research and to help make a potential voice and catalyst in the process of bringing more video games into the classroom.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): video games, classroom teaching


Title: Creating a Digital Archive: ePortfolio's for Elementary Student's Mini-course

Author: Corie Quattrocchi

Abstract: N/A

Course Objective: This course designed to apply Gardner's Multiple Intelligence theory to help use ePortfolio by making a list of artifacts that meet different learning styles.

Tag(s): Mini-Course Blackboard 9.1 Module Creation


Title: Mini-Course Blackboard 9.1 Module Creation

Author: Diana Cary

Abstract: This course focuses on creating a course in a Blackboard 9.1 course development shell.

Course Objective: Identify Course Tools Menu, Identify Course Content area, Identify and distinguish Edit Mode On/Off .

Tag(s): Blackboard, Creation.


Title: [Digital Radiology for the Imaging Professional]]

Author: Margaret Ewart

Abstract: The intent of this mini-course is to address the need for additional education for technologists that entered the field of radiology before digital radiography was part of the didactic component of the student's education. Learners of this course should take away a clear understanding of the physical principles of digital radiography. They will learn historical aspects of digital imaging, processing fundamentals, and theoretical foundations to use digital equipment effectively in the clinical setting. Course Objective:

Provide a brief description and timeline of the history of digital radiography. Define the term digital image processing. Identify the primary considerations of quality assurance in digital radiography.

Tag(s): Ditigal Radiology,