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    GREETINGS FROM THE EDITOR
by Bob Goldberg, Editor

CAPACITY & INFRASTRUCTURE
by Ronald Williams, President

STUDENT AND SUCCESS NEEDS
by Vera Zdravkovich, Vice President for Instruction

PATHFINDER GRANTS FOR SPRING 2004
by Alan Mickelson, Director, Center for Faculty Professional Development

NEWS FROM YOUR FACULTY ORGANIZATION
by Eldon Baldwin, President, Faculty Senate, and Angie Anderson, Vice President, Faculty Senate

DISTANCE EDUCATION AND THE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION, AND COPYRIGHT HARMONIZATION ACT (TEACH ACT)
by Angela Rabatin, Associate Professor, Accounting and Business Management

STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING THINKING AND PROMOTING INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT IN ONLINE CLASSES
by Bill Peirce, Coordinator, Reasoning Across the Curriculum

TEACHING ONLINE: THE BRAVE AND ENERGIZING NEW WORLD
by Diane Finley, Professor, Psychology

STANDARDIZING GENERATION 1.5 PROGRAMS IN MARYLAND
by Goedele Guilkers, Meredith Massey, and Brennan Swartz, Language Studies

EDUCATION MEETS MANAGEMENT
by Faith Breen, Professor, Management

THE WRITING CENTER IN CYBERSPACE
by Abby Bardi, Coordinator of the Writing Center

IMPATICA FOR POWERPOINT: A PROSPECTIVE TOOL FOR INSTRUCTORS
by Ray Gross, Professor, Physical Sciences

LIBRARY INSTRUCTION AS A PART OF DISTANCE LEARNING
by Norma Schmidt, Reference Librarian

E-LEARNING: TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
by Ayman Nassar, Data Center Manager

DREW, CAN WE USE YOUR ONLINE COURSE AS A GUINEA PIG?
by Andrew Habermacher, Professor, Anthropology

WHAT ABOUT THIS ONLINE EXPRESS?
by Bob Goldberg, Associate Professor, English

A STUDY IN CRITICAL THINKING - COURSES FOR FACULTY
by Verna Teasdale, Academic Assistant to the Vice President for Instruction

A FEW GOOD WORDS
Bob Goldberg, Editor

NEW DIVISION REORGANIZATION STARTING JULY 1, 2004


   

The Instructional Newsletter, Volume 19, No. 3

Spring 2004