National Council for Geographic Education
Annual Meeting, Santa Barbara, California, 13-16 November 1996
Sessions Related to the Virtual Geography Department Project
Thursday, 14 November 1996
- 8:00-12:00 AM, Session W4. Introduction to the Worldwide Web. Chandra Balachandran, North
Dakota State University
- 8:00-9:30 AM, Session P2. Using the Internet to Teach Multicultural Geography. Chair: Lawrence
Estaville, Southwest Texas State University
- Panel and Demonstrations: Brock Brown (Southwest Texas State University, Douglas Heffington
(Middle Tennessee State University), Kim Crews (Population Reference Bureau), Lawrence Estaville
(Southwest Texas State University).
- 8:45-9:30 AM, Session W7B. Virtual Reality: A New World for Geographic Exploration, Gail
Ludwig, University of Missouri, Columbia
- 2:45-4:15 PM, Session P16. Multimedia in Geography Eduction. Chair: Chandra Balachandran,
North Dakota State University.
- 2:45: William G. Loy (University of Oregon) and Renée B. Poindexter (Pierian Spring Software),
School Atlas Creation Using the Digital Chisel.
- 3:05: Renée B. Poindexter (Pierian Spring Software) and William G. Loy (University of Oregon),
Exploring the World with CampOS Geography and Digital Chisel.
- 3:25: Charles Roberts (Florida Atlantic University), Image Enhancement for Cartographic
- 3:45: Richard H. Audet (Chelsea/Boston University Partnership), GIS: A Study of Classroom
Friday, 15 November 1996
- 10:00-11:30 AM, Seesion P25. Distance Learning: A Natural for Geography. Chair and Organizer:
Tom L. Martinson, Auburn University. Co-organizer: Ken Foote.
- 10:00: Frederick L. Bein (Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis), Televised Teaching
of an Introductory Geography Course.
- 10:20: J. Andrew Slack (Ball State University), Distance Learning and World Regional Geography.
- 10:40: Robert E. Ford (Westminster College of Salt Lake City), The ESSE Project: Distance
Learning Technology for Teaching Geography and Global Change.
- 11:00: Tom L. Martinson (Auburn University), Developing World Regional Geography Exercises
- 2:45-4:15 PM, Seesion P33. Using Computers in the Classroom: Lessons on the Internet and GIS
Learning Opportunities. Chair: William A. Selby, Santa Monica College
- 2:45: Joseph J. Kerski (University of Colorado, Boulder), Implementing GIS, Internet, and
Standards-based Lession Modules in High School Geography.
- 3:05: Charlie Fitzpatrick (ESRI), ArcView Accesses Local Data from Federal Government
- 3:25: Judith W. Meyer (University of Connecticut), Success Factors in GIS Use in Grades 6-12
- 3:45: William A. Selby (Santa Monica College), Using the Internet to Teach Geography and Earth
Please notify Kenneth E. Foote at email@example.com if other sessions should be listed.
Created on 22 September 1996. Last revised 22 September 1996. KEF.