“Expanding Your Horizon,”
April 10 -12, 2003
Join us for an interactive (you get to talk and ask questions and tell how you do it at your campus) tour of the facilities and services of Academic Technologies at Boise State
Boise State University Department of Academic Technologies Simplot/Micron Building on Campus Photos of the conference building taken on a beautiful Spring day during the April 2003 conference.
Tour of Academic Technologies (8:00 am – 9:15 am) Ben Hambelton/Bill Cottle
Digital Imaging and Management
Ken Hyde | John Kelly
This session provided an overview of the digital-imaging philosophy and process at Boise State University. Topics discussed were image resolutions, file formats, acquiring images, digital cameras, image manipulation, preparing images for pre-press vs. screen display, archiving images, and digital image management.
The Evolution of Training and Support for Online Instructors
The training and support of online instructors at Boise State has experienced considerable growth and evolution over the three years since the university first adopted the BlackBoard Course Management System.
Duane Slemmer, facilitator
Establishing Collaborative, Comprehensive Video-on-Demand and Streaming Video Services at the University of Oregon
After two years of researching and documenting the need for Video-on-Demand system, the University of Oregon is preparing to implement a new system this summer.
Digital Talking Books, Demystified
Kees Hof, Manager Instructional Media Services Langara College
A look at what Digital Talking Books (DTB) are all about, how the book is de-constructed, and how the electronic files are created, merged together and how they are used by the Visually Disabled student.
Dinner at the World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame
Founded in 1994, this interactive Hall of Fame focuses on all that is good in sports by showcasing athletes, coaches and teams who are making a difference in the world.
Picture taken with an authentic Heisman Trophy.