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University Science Teaching And The Web

Workshop Programme



Venue: Carslaw Building, The University of Sydney

Friday 17 April

9:00am Registration
9:15am Welcome
9:30am Keynote Address: Associate Professor Shirley Alexander, Internet-based teaching and learning: the past and the future
10:30am Morning Tea
11:00am Suzanne Hogg, "ActivPhysics" - an innovative "webway" of packaging and delivering physics
11:20am James R. Dalziel, WebMC: A Web-based multiple choice assessment system
11:40am Deidre Tronson, Exploring the value of integrating WWW chemistry teaching with the Hawkesbury Shell
12:00noon Poster Presentations (5 minutes each)
12:30pm Lunch
1:45pm Group photograph
2:00pm Elizabeth M. Deane, Exploring the values of the Web in an undergraduate immunology program
2:20pm Sue Franklin, First Year Biology Teaching on the Web: to lure and catch the imagination of the students
2:40pm Craig Burton, An Author Usability Trial for the Networked Assessment Toolkit (NEST)
3:00pm Charlotte Brack, The Evolution of Computer-based Tutorials towards Web delivery
3:20pm Afternoon Tea
3:40pm David Green, Learning Dialogues using the World Wide Web
4:00pm Ian Roberts, Online resources - a systematic solution
4:20pm Computer Lab Time
tba Dinner (Buon Gusto, Abercrombie St)

Saturday 18 April

8:30am Computer Lab Time
9:30am Keynote Address: Professor Peter Lee, On-Line Engineering Experiences
10:30am Morning Tea
11:00am Pal Fekete, Using the Web to help lecturers teach physics better
11:20am Kirsten Balding, Web-based virtual protocols for bioinformatics education
11:40am Peter K. Love, Simulation of a Tutor in Flexibly Delivered Atmospheric Science Undergraduate Units
12:00noon Closing Address
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