NAWEB '95:

Educational Opportunities on the World Wide Web

an International Conference in Fredericton, NB, Canada, October 25-27, 1995

Preliminary Program

Wednesday, October 25

9:00-11:45Registration Outside the Petitcodiac Room
11:45-1:00Welcome and Lunch - sponsored by Apple Canada,
The River Room
Welcome: Dr. Lou Visentin,
Academic Vice President, University of New Brunswick

Official Opening: Right Honourable Camille Theriault,
Minister Economic Development and Tourism
Minister Information Highway Secretariat
Province of New Brunswick

Conference plan: Rik Hall / Allan Ellis
, N.A. Web '95 Conference Chairs

1:30-2:15Hot Java OverviewJohn Haslip,
Sun Microsystems Canada
2:15-3:00Using the World Wide Web to Support Classroom-Based EducationBrian Scott Butler,
Carnegie Mellon University
3:15-4:30Seven Magic Minutes - Demonstrations
5:30Dinner on your own
7:00Evening Reception at Don Cherry's generously provided by Brunswick Micro Systems.
Join us for an evening of fun with a western theme. Line dancing starts at 7:00! Door prizes, too!

Thursday, October 26

9:00-9:45"Netlearn" - The New Brunswick Learning site on the InternetMohamed El-Bayoumi,
University of New Brunswick
9:45-10:15The Web Server as a Teaching and Research ResourceStan Beeler
University of Northern British Columbia
10:15-10:45Nutrition Break sponsored by IBM
10:45-11:15An Internet Course Migrates to the World Wide WebRobert S. McLean,
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
11:15-12:00The Immovable U Meets the Irrestible WebHope Greenberg,
University of Vermont
1:45-2:30The UWired ProjectBernice Laden, Andi Bartelstein, Anne Zald
University of Washington
2:30-3:15NII-Based Education and Training ProjectLeo Lucas,
AimTech Corporation
3:15-4:15Seven Magic Minutes - Vendor Presentations
4:15-5:00The Geometry ForumDavid Weksler,
Swarthmore College
6:00 -Conference Dinner in the River Room of the Lord Beaverbrook Hotel

Friday, October 27

8:45-9:45 Networked Learning and the World Wide WebAllan Ellis,
Southern Cross University
9:45-10:15Teacher Education and the World Wide WebChauncy Rucker,
University of Connecticut
10:15-10:30Nutrition Break
10:30-11:15Standards for Building Web PagesSteve Sloan
University of New Brunswick
11:15-12:00TeleEducation New BrunswickRory McGreal
12:00-2:00Lunch - generously provided by Fundy Cable.
2:00-2:45The Community Access Network Anne Ryan,
Community Access
2:45-3:30Designing a Virtual CampusRobert Domaingue,
Kansas State University