284 pages, 54 articles, 103 authors
Winter 2004     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 8, Issue 4

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Table of Contents
Articles on various topics plus the following special features:

Online Learning   /  5        Information Literacy  /  6  

Reflecting on Online Teaching and Learning  /  7
	Sandra Kippen, La Trobe University, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
	Glenda Verrinder, La Trobe University, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
	Bernie Ward, La Trobe University, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
Trial by Fire: New Librarians as Team Teachers  /  12
	Angie Gerrard, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
	Jessica Knoch, Grant MacEwan College, Canada
The Best of Both Worlds: Teaching a Hybrid Course   /  16
	Elizabeth Blakesley Lindsay, Washington State University
Evaluating Application Software Training Methods  /  20
	Heidi Fung, Hong Kong Shue Yan College
Keeping Faculty Online: The Case of MERLOT  /  25   
	Nancy J. Pelaez, California State University Fullerton
	Tamarah M. Ashton, California State University Northridge
	Connie Pollard, Black Hills State University
	Jane Moore, National-Louis University
	Cris Guenter, California State University Chico
	David Wicks, Seattle Pacific University
	Diane Judd, Valdosta State University
	Darrell Pearson, Troy State University
	Richard Staley, SUNY College at Oneonta
	Melanie J. Wetzel, California State University
Full and Part-time Distance Education Faculty  /  33
	Judith A. Baker, Florida Community College at Jacksonville
The Consequences of Getting it White  /  38
	Jayne R. Beilke, Ball State University
	Nancy J. Brooks, Ball State University
	Benjamin H. Welsh, Ball State University
Assessing Online Lesson Plans  /  44
	Adam Stiska, Univeristy of Cambridge
	Fred Volk,Georgetown University
	Malgorzata Rymsza-Pawlowska, Georgetown University
Multigenerational Approach to Teaching Research  /  49
	Avraham Schwartzbaum, Neve Yerushalayim, Jerusalem, Israel
	Rudy Ray Seward, University of North Texas 
	David Williamson, University of North Texas
Blended Courses: A Mixed Blessing  /  56
	Ekaterina Nemtchinova, Seattle Pacific University
	Kathryn Bartholomew, Seattle Pacific University
Pedagogical Implications of Classroom Blogging  /  60
	Kaye D. Trammell, Louisiana State University
	Richard E. Ferdig, University of Florida 
Literature in an Interdisciplinary Science Seminar  /  65 
	Pamela B. Childers, The McCallie School, Chattanooga, TN 
	Michael J. Lowry, The McCallie School, Chattanooga, TN 
The Changing Culture of Language Departments  /  68
	Carolyn Gascoigne, University of Nebraska at Omaha
All Things Being Equal:  Classroom vs. Web  /  73
	Michael F. Russo, Louisiana State University
Multi-Cultural Awareness in a Learning Community  /  77
	Michael J. Hustedde, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, IA
	Carol R. Lyon, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, IA 
Impacting Distance Learning Success Rates  /  81
	Wayne Machuca, College of the Sequoias, Northcentral University
Real-Life Experiences in Computing Courses  /  86
	Gokhan Gercek, University Houston-Clear Lake
	Naveed Saleem, University Houston-Clear Lake
Online Teaching: A Framework for Success  /  90
	Amany Saleh, Arkansas State University
	Candace Lacey, Educational Consultant
Males’ Academic Motivation: Doing a Personal Best  /  95
	Roger J Vallance,  The University of Notre Dame Australia
The Human Dimension of Online Instruction  /  101
	Deborah J. Karpuk, San Jose State University, CA
Faculty and Librarians Spice-up Instruction   /  106
	Lori S. Mestre, University of Massachusetts Amherst
	Selma Etter, University of Massachusetts Amherst 
	Lyle Craker, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Product and Resource Markets: Points of Symmetry  /  111
	David W. Weber, U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Reading Journals: a versatile assessment strategy  /  115
	Jeanine Graham, University of Waikato, New Zealand
A Writing Course Faculty-Librarian Collaboration  /  120 
	Tamara Yohannes, University of Louisville, KY
	Anna Marie Johnson, University of Louisville, KY 
Making a Civic Investment through Technology  /  125
	Debra S. McDowell, Southwest Missouri State University
A Web Dream Team: The Seven Principles and WebCT  /  130
	Judy E. Sneller, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
The Road to Faculty-Librarian Collaboration  /  135	
	Brad Matthies, Butler University, IN 
Teaching Information Literacy to At-risk Students  /  141
	Adonna Fleming, University of Northern Colorado
	Bette Rathe, University of Northern Colorado
Beliefs about Mathematical Understanding  /  147
	Cigdem Haser, Michigan State University
	Jon R. Star, Michigan State University
Strategically Increasing Faculty Productivity  /  152 
	Scott C. Hammond, Utah Valley State College
	Susan R. Madsen, Utah Valley State College
	James W. Fenton, Jr., Utah Valley State College
A Great Script Deserves Great Actors  /  157
	Robert S. Nelson, Long Island University, NY
Culture teaching and learning: an It/Thou Paradox  /  161
	Timothy M. Nall, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville
A Collaborative Approach to Information Literacy  /  165
	Susanne F. Paterson, University of New Hampshire at Manchester
	Carolyn B. White, University of New Hampshire at Manchester Library
A Collaborative MAP for Early Interventions  /  172
	Sherry A. Woosley, Ball State University
	Donald R. Whitaker, Ball State University
Renegotiating Kyoto: A Computer-Aided Role Play  /  176
	David Courard-Hauri, Drake University
Information Literacy in Sociology at UCLA  /  181
	Diane Mizrachi, University of California Los Angeles
English-Use Anxiety in Israeli College Libraries  /  186 
	Diane Mizrachi, University of California Los Angeles
	Snunith Shoham, Bar Ilan University, Israel
Feminism’s Final Frontier: Cyberspace  /  190
	Kandi Tayebi, Sam Houston State University
	Judy A. Johnson, University of Houston--Victoria
Realistic Course Previews for Online Students  /  196
	Thomas M. Brinthaupt, Middle Tennessee State University
Introducing Dialogue to Graduate Students  /  204
	Monica W. Tracey, Oakland University, CA
	David L. Solomon, BBDO Detroit, IL 
	James L Moseley, Wayne State University, IL 
Ageworks: The Evolution of Gerontology Education  /  209
	Carl Renold, California State University, Fullerton
	John Doyle, California State University, Fullerton
	Maria Henke, California State University, Fullerton
Formative Evaluation of a CSCLIP Lesson  /  214
	Catherine M. Sleezer, Oklahoma State University
	Mary Anne Gularte, Oklahoma State University
	George Scheets, Oklahoma State University
	Mark Weiser, Oklahoma State University
	Ramesh Sharda, Oklahoma State University
Peace Begins in the Classroom  /  219
	Andrew E. Finch, Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea
Students and Instructors Online: A Case Study  /  224    
	Marwin Britto, Central Washington University, WA
Theory Application for Online Learning Success  /  231
	John Doyle, California State University, Fullerton, California
	Mikel Hogan, California State University, Fullerton, California
Working Together:  librarian-faculty partnerships  /  239 
	Collette M. Davis, California State University Fullerton
	Rosemary McGill, California State University Fullerton
Preparing to Teach Online  /  244
	Ruby Evans,  University of Central Florida
High School Students and the Science Olympiad  /  248
	Scott Robinson, SUNY Brockport
Bringing Active Learning into a Hybrid Course  /  253
	Erica J. Gannon, Clayton College and State University
Teaching Basic Information Literacy Skills Online  /  257
	Suzanne Byerley, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
A Distance Education Learning Environment Survey  /  262
	Scott L. Walker, Texas State University-San Marcos
Jumpstarting Research with Essential Questions  /  267 
	Karen Hertel, University of Idaho
Weblogs and the “Middle Space” for Learning  /  272
	Anne-Marie Deitering, Oregon State University
	Shaun Huston, Western Oregon University 
Using Chat to Teach Information Literacy Online  /  277
	Thomas Peele, Boise State University
	Glenda Phipps, Miami Dade College
Keyword  Subject Index  /  283

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