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Hall of Fame for ITDE



Here is the link to the proposed ITDE Hall of Fame

It is student-produced 

a) no University resources expended on the project
b) any mistakes can be attributed to students, not university


Original memo to propose the idea:

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I believe it will help to bring together generations of classes (even people from two or three years ago) if their powerpoints are used to justify the inclusion of the people in the hall of fame. 


There is a certain interest in seeing what our peers have produced.   it's like a sharing of papers... "how did you approach the situation?"


I can restructure the website for the powerpoint, but my main idea is to generate a place where we can see something more engaging than more pdfs...  I need more color on my screen.  Reading these AECT papers and proceedings is getting very tiring...

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This is a student-produced site.  It is here to capture the work presented by students in the Instructional Technology and Distance Education program at  Nova Southeastern universtiy.   

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I believe a hall of fame website will help to bring together generations of classes (even people from two or three years ago) if their powerpoints are used to justify the inclusion of the people in the hall of fame. 


There is a certain interest in seeing what our peers have produced.   it's like a sharing of papers... "how did you approach the situation?"





 





Instructions from EDD 8008
... prepare a brief (less than three minutes) biographical presentation that includes: 

1. a photo of your nominee 
2. your nominee’s birth year (and year of death, if the subject is no longer living), 
3. your nominee’s alma mater, 
4. your nominee’s places of professional employment, 
5. a description of your nominee’s major publications and, most importantly, 
6. the reason(s) why this person deserves to be enshrined in an instructional technology hall of fame. 

The following current members of the ITDE Instructional Technology Hall of Fame may not be nominated for membership. 

Tim Berners-Lee, Benjamin Bloom, Vint Cerf, Richard Clark, Larry Cuban, Edgar Dale, Martin Dougiamas, Thomas Edison, Donald Ely, Douglas Engelbart, James Finn, Friedrich Froebel, Robert Gagne, Bill Gates, Ted Hasselbring, Robert Heinich, Atsusi Hirumi, Borje Holmberg, Steve Jobs, David Jonassen, John Keller, Robert Kozma, M. David Merrill, Chris Moersch, Maria Montessori, Michael Moore, David Moursund, Nicholas Negroponte, Seymour Papert, Otto Peters, Jean Piaget, Neil Postman, Protagoras of Abdera, Mitchel Resnick, Will Richardson, M. D. Roblyer, Mike Simonson, B. F. Skinner, Sharon Smaldino, Reggie Smith, John Sweller, David Thornburg, Ray Tomlinson, Jan Visser, David Warlick, Charles Wedemeyer, Steve Wheeler, and Julie Young.



Here is the link to the proposed ITDE Hall of Fame


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