Moving from BlackBoard to Sakai: Training and Support Perspectives from Two Universities. Date: 06/15/2011. Presenter(s): Steven Wicker (Wake Forest University), Russell Beauchemin (Roger Williams University), Linda Beith (Roger Williams University), Jolie Tingen (Wake Forest University). Presented at Sakai North American Converence. [Presention]
Training--What do you do? Date: 06/14/2011. Presenter(s): Steven Wicker (Wake Forest University), Jolie Tingen (Wake Forest University). Sakai North American Converence.
A Look at Student's Expectations Regarding the Use of Technology presented at ICTCM (October 2004)
Promoting Faculty Adoption of Technology (with Beth Boyd) (modified) presented at EDUCAUSE South Eastern Regional Conference (June 2002) also available in the on-line proceedings.
Promoting Faculty Adoption of Technology (with Beth Boyd) presented at Stop Surfing/Start Teaching (February 2002)
The Latest and Greatest in Computer-Enhanced Learning for Computer Science Instruction, "Brown-Bag" talk for the Department of Computer Science at WFU, November 29, 2001
Uses of Maple in the WFU Mathematics Department presented at the International Center for Computer Enhanced Learning at WFU (1999)
"What is the Best Power/Price/Portability Balance in the Classroom?" Panel Discussion on Campus Wide Computer Requirements at the International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (Invited by John Kenelly, Clemson University, to be part of panel.) (1998)
Posting Math to the WWW a "Brown Bag" talk presented to the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science (October 1997)
The Who, What and How of the WFU Technology Plan for the Class of 2000 (with Beth Boyd) presented at North Carolina Association for Educational Communications and Technology (1998) and at North Carolina Educational Technology Conference (1997)
An Introduction to Maple presented at North Carolina Educational Technology Conference (1996)