Speakers

Cheryl A. Anderson, University of the Incarnate Word

Building an Effective Faculty Development Program Using Technology Institutes (Track 4)

Michael Anderson, Wayne State College

The Ever-Changing Courseware Landscape: Migration Strategies and Lessons Learned (Track 3)

David Barrow-Britton, Texas A&M International University

A Guide for Eliminating Accessibility Barriers in Distance Learning (Track 3)

Sandra M. Bennett, Baylor University

Eliminating the Barriers to Pervasive Computing (Track 4)

Deena Berg, Southwestern University

Reaping Big Institution Benefits at Small Liberal Arts Colleges Through Synchronous Online Collaboration (Track 3)

William Bosler, University of Notre Dame

Project Management for Information Systems Delivery (Track 2)

Debbie Boyer, University of Houston

Developing Faculty to Move from Classroom to Learning Space. (Track 3)

James Bradley, The University of Texas at Arlington

Automating and Integrating E-Mail, Listserv, and LDAP Services (Track 1)

Ron Brey, Austin Community College District

Effective Use of Streaming Media for E-Learning and Its Impact on IT Planning and Operations (Track 3)

Daniel C. Calhoun, University of Texas at Dallas

Distributed Support with a Centralized Help Desk (Track 4)

William E. Carter, Houston Community College

Effective Use of Streaming Media for E-Learning and Its Impact on IT Planning and Operations (Track 3)

William Chernish, University of Houston

Developing Faculty to Move from Classroom to Learning Space. (Track 3)

Julie Cohn, Rice University

EduPop: Engineering the Internet for Multimedia (Track 1)

David J. Cook, University of Texas at Austin

I Read the News Today: An XML-Based News-Syndication Service for Campus (Track 1)

Roger M. Cotrofeld, Jr., SUNY College at Cortland

Managing an IT Support Group (Track 2)

Hubert Daugherty, Rice University

EduPop: Engineering the Internet for Multimedia (Track 1)

Marcia Deddens, University of Cincinnati

E-Books and the Library: New Opportunities for the Convergence of Content and Curriculum (Track 3)

Tom Dent, Adobe Systems, Inc.

Adobe Systems, Inc., An EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner - Adobe Acrobat 5.0: The Best Way to Share Documents Online (Corporate Presentation)

Mary Nell Donoho, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Managing an ERP Systems Project: One University's Success Story (Track 2)

Teresa Duston, Oklahoma State University

Tracking Our Influence: Detecting Faculty Need (Track 4)

David E. Edmondson, Texas Christian University

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) (Special Interest Group)

Sydney S. Elliott, Houston Community College

How Well Does It Work? Issues in Teaching and Learning Online (Track 3)

Bradley G. Englert, University of Texas at Austin

Accenture - CRM in Higher Ed: Helping Build Lifelong Relationships (Corporate Presentation)

Joel Garmon, AFLAC

Sem01A - Information Security (Preconference Seminar)

Mark Garrison, Trinity University

Reaping Big Institution Benefits at Small Liberal Arts Colleges Through Synchronous Online Collaboration (Track 3)

Milton D. Glick, University of Nevada, Reno

The Answer is Still Technology: What is the Question? Sponsored by infiNET Solutions, An EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner (General Session)

Diane J. Graves, Trinity University

Why Doesn't Our Portal Open the Library's Doors? (Track 1)

Robert Hartland, Baylor University

Wireless LANs: A New Computing Experience (Track 1)

Halford Haskell, Southwestern University

Reaping Big Institution Benefits at Small Liberal Arts Colleges Through Synchronous Online Collaboration (Track 3)

Rodney N. Henshaw, Drake University

E-Books and the Library: New Opportunities for the Convergence of Content and Curriculum (Track 3)

Michael Hewett, Texas Tech University

Designing and Building Enterprise-Quality IT Systems with Open Source and Inexpensive Tools (Track 1)

Julian Hooker, Texas Tech University System

Designing and Building Enterprise-Quality IT Systems with Open Source and Inexpensive Tools (Track 1)

Douglas C. Jackson, California State University, Sacramento

Wireless LANs (Special Interest Group)

Wireless LANs: A New Computing Experience (Track 1)

Jenifer Jarriel, Baylor College of Medicine

Computers Don't Float: Disaster Recovery after Tropical Storm Allison (General Session)

Chris Jones, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

A Campus-Wide Approach to Leadership Infrastructure (Track 2)

Faron Kincheloe, Baylor University

Sem02A - An Overview of Data Warehousing (Preconference Seminar)

D. Lance King, University of Texas at Austin

Accenture - CRM in Higher Ed: Helping Build Lifelong Relationships (Corporate Presentation)

Brandon LaBonte, Oklahoma State University

Designing and Building Enterprise-Quality IT Systems with Open Source and Inexpensive Tools (Track 1)

Web and Information Portals in Higher Education (Special Interest Group)

James R. Lackey, University of Texas at San Antonio

Tracking Our Influence: Detecting Faculty Need (Track 4)

Kwan Law, University of Texas at El Paso

Inviting Students into Virtual Spaces: Building Community Through Wireless Systems (Track 3)

Darrell Lynn, Apple, Inc.

Apple Computer, Inc., An EDUCAUSE Gold Partner - Why Install Mac OS X in Computing Labs? (Corporate Presentation)

Fitz McPhaul, Pearson

Blackboard Inc., An EDUCAUSE Gold Partner - Innovated Suite of e-Education Enterprise Applications (Corporate Presentation)

Martha Meacham, Austin Community College District

Effective Use of Streaming Media for E-Learning and Its Impact on IT Planning and Operations (Track 3)

Richard L. Miller, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Computers Don't Float: Disaster Recovery after Tropical Storm Allison (General Session)

Disaster Recovery: Can You Really Be Prepared? (Special Interest Group)

Karla Myers, University of Texas at Austin

Where Do We Stand with IT? An Assessment Can Provide an Answer (Track 4)

Albert Nekimken, INPUT

The Outlook for ASP and IT Outsourcing in Higher Education (Track 1)

Bob E. Nevill, Abilene Christian University

Networks and Bandwidth (Special Interest Group)

Mike Pitcher, University of Texas at El Paso

Inviting Students into Virtual Spaces: Building Community Through Wireless Systems (Track 3)

Evelyn J. Posey, University of Texas at El Paso

Inviting Students into Virtual Spaces: Building Community Through Wireless Systems (Track 3)

Kay P. Reeves, Abilene Christian University

Help Desk (Special Interest Group)

Phillip A. Rhodes, Houston Baptist University

Sem02A - An Overview of Data Warehousing (Preconference Seminar)

Rob Robinson, University of Texas System

The Ever-Changing Courseware Landscape: Migration Strategies and Lessons Learned (Track 3)

David Rosenbaum, Blackboard Inc.

WebCT, An EDUCAUSE Gold Partner - WebCT and the Academic Enterprise System: Making the Grade in Higher Education (Corporate Presentation)

Paul Schmehl, University of Texas at Dallas

Barbarians at the Gateway: Defeating Viruses in EDU (Track 1)

Distributed Support with a Centralized Help Desk (Track 4)

Security and Privacy (Special Interest Group)

Candy Sebert, University of Central Oklahoma

Moving from a Traditional to an Online Environment (Track 3)

Charles R. Shomper, University of Houston

Computers Don't Float: Disaster Recovery after Tropical Storm Allison (General Session)

Glenda Sims, University of Texas at Austin

UT@2015: A Pocket-PC Experiment at the University of Texas (Track 1)

Pete Smith, The University of Texas at Arlington

Distance Education at the Crossroads (Special Interest Group)

Monique L. Snowden, Fielding Graduate University

The Interdependence of Technology and Organization: Are Your Technology Implementations Mutually Beneficial? (Track 2)

Kim Tafiti, Ellucian

Campus Pipeline, Inc., An EDUCAUSE Gold Partner - Blueprint for Your Digital Campus: The Power of Platform Technology (Corporate Presentation)

Michael P. Ten Eyck, Piccolo International University

Lean-and-Mean IT: Support Structure That Really Works (Track 2)

Danney Ursery, St. Edward's University

How Well Does It Work? Issues in Teaching and Learning Online (Track 3)

Chris Walker, University of Texas at Austin

Where Do We Stand with IT? An Assessment Can Provide an Answer (Track 4)

Robert R. Woelfel, University of North Texas HSC at Fort Worth

Maximizing Project Success via Risk Management (Track 2)

Robin Etter Zuniga, The TLT Group

How Well Does It Work? Issues in Teaching and Learning Online (Track 3)