Tuesday, April 23, 2002
"Distributed Learning in Hawai'i"
Karen Muraoka, Director of University of Hawaii Center, Maui
Hae Okimoto, Director of Academic Technology Support, UH Information Technology Services
Dan Suthers, Assistant Professor, Information and Computer Science, UH-Manoa
Host: David Lassner, Director of Information Technology, University of Hawaii
Information technologies have tremendous potential to break down the barriers of place and time that have limited access to to education for people based on where they live or their personal/professional commitments. At the same time, information technologies can be applied to improve the quality of instruction by providing individualized, interactive and self-paced learning opportunities that can enhance a traditional educational experience while also being available at a distance. Within the State of Hawaii there are a wide range of projects using technology to extend access to education for the traditionally underserved and enhancing quality. Join High Tech Hawaii and its guests for a lively discussion of where we've been, what opportunities exist, and where we're headed.
During the live airing of the program, questions may be called in to 956-5670 or 1-800-342-7949 (neighbor islands), or sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
High Tech Hawaii is a live monthly call-in show produced by the University of Hawaii to shed light on high technology activities within the state. It airs live on the fourth Tuesday of each month during the academic year from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. It is webcast live and can be seen on PEG Access cable channels throughout the state as well as on Craig TV. On Oahu Cable it is aired live on Channel 55, on Hawaii Cable Channel 54, on Craig TV Channel 21, on Maui Cable Channel 54 and on Kauai Cable Channel 10. It is also webcast live using RealPlayer at: <http://www.hawaii.edu/hth>
Now in its 5th year of production, previous High Tech Hawaii shows have highlighted topics such as IT in the Travel Industry, the Hawaii-China connection, computer security, the prospects for high tech in Hawaii, IT education and training, data centers in Hawaii, wireless, telecom regulation, electronic commerce, telemedicine, distance learning, assistive technologies for the disabled and the Pacific Telecommunications Council.
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