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151 Students go high-tech
Public Relations News Release 2000:86, p.1
9/25/2000 Students arrive with many new electrical gadgets, some for entertainment, and some with an educational value.
152 UNI announces first-in-state electronic transcript program to speed application process
Public Relations News Release 2000:41, p.1
8/21/2000 Pilot project will be done with Des Moines public high schools.
153 More planning needed for school technology
Public Relations News Release 2000:13, p.1
7/24/2000 Leigh Zeitz says that more planning is needed to help prevent technology from going to waste.
154 More planning needed for school technology
Public Relations News Release 2000:4, p.1
7/10/2000 Leigh Zeitz discusses how educators need to take the time to plan how to use today's technology.
155 From living room to classroom
Northern Iowan 96:52, p.11
4/18/2000 Professor Robert Schneider uses video conferencing for the first time to teach a class from his own home to students in a classroom; photo.
156 Preview of the GBPAC opening gala
Public Relations News Release 1999:350, p.1
4/10/2000 Discussion with Bruce Marquis, the Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center executive director , about the technology of the new facility.
157 Media Advisory: Teachers from four states on UNI campus for in-depth instruction on preparing tomorrow's teachers to use technology
Public Relations News Release 1999:288, p.1
3/2/2000 Twenty-five teachers from four states will be on UNI's campus March 3 to receive training on technology in the classroom.
158 Grant to help UNI teach tomorrow's teachers today
Delp--Sarah Lynn
Northern Iowan 96:13, p.1
10/12/1999 The U. S. Department of Education has awarded the College of Education a $1.6 million grant to help tomorrow's teachers learn to use technology effectively in the classroom.
159 Addicted to technology
Public Relations News Release 1999:75, p.1
10/11/1999 Discussion with UNI senior Aaron Thompson about keeping up with technological advances.
160 University of Northern Iowa receives nearly $1.6 million federal catalyst grant to prepare tomorrow's teachers to use technology
Public Relations News Release 1999:61, p.1
9/30/1999 Grant will fund a three-year project, "A Renaissance Group Consortium for Preservice Education: Technology as Facilitator of Quality Education".
161 Special education department receives government grant
Scudder--Jeffrey (Class of 2003)
Northern Iowan 96:4, p.1
9/10/1999 Grant totalling $500,000 over three years will be used to place technology in students' homes.
162 UNI's Department of Special Ed receives grant
Northern Iowa Today 28:1, p.8
9/1/1999 Receives $500,000 to put technology into disabled children's homes.
163 UNI's Department of Special Ed receives grant
Public Relations News Release 1999:26, p.1
9/1/1999 A grant of nearly $500,000 will put technology in the homes of families with disabled children and will establish a National Institute of Technology for Inclusive Education.
164 Virtual reality could bring the classroom to you
Public Relations News Release 1999:6, p.1
7/26/1999 UNI associate professor Paul Siddens talks about the future of classrooms, including the possibility of virtual reality.
165 Virtual reality may change the way teachers structure their lessons
Public Relations News Release 1999:6, p.1
7/26/1999 Paul Siddens further discusses virtual reality and how it is already being used in some classrooms.
166 Economists finally admit technology has helped our economy grow
Public Relations News Release 1998:358, p.1
4/29/1999 Ken McCormick talks about the effects of technology on our economy.
167 Legislative priorities set for Iowa General Assembly 1999
Campus News Network 9:10, p.1
1/11/1999 UNI priorities in the new legislative session will be improving teacher education, establishing social work master's degree, and enhancing technology available to students; funds for ABIL, Institute for Decision Making, and IWRC will be requested.
168 UNI seeking additional funding to enhance technology on campus
Public Relations News Release 1998:205, p.1
1/7/1999 UNI is requesting more funding to upgrade campus technology so that its students are adequately prepared for the job force.
169 New ethical dilemmas are being born out of new technologies
Public Relations News Release 1998:12, p.1
8/27/1998 UNI Associate Vice President of Information Technology Garry Bozylinsky discusses the problems new technologies have made in the workplace.
170 Incoming freshman often adept at using technology
Public Relations News Release 1998:7, p.1
8/24/1998 Students entering college have been increasingly skilled at using technology, E-mail, and word processing programs.
171 Russia is at the extreme ends of the technology spectrum
Public Relations News Release 1997:384, p.1
6/18/1998 Gary Bozylinsky traveled to Russia and saw first-hand the lack of technology for most of the population.
172 University of Northern Iowa assisting with technology exhibits, presentations for: Education Commission of the States meeting in Des Moines and Ames
Public Relations News Release 1997:276, p.1
3/27/1998 UNI to present displays and demonstrations at Education Commission of the States meeting March 29-10.
173 Educational media reinforces technological dependency
Taylor--Megan E. (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 94:40, p.5
2/27/1998 Columnist comments on the role of technology in education and teaching children.
174 Staying at the forefront of technology isn't easy
Public Relations News Release 1997:149, p.1
12/11/1997 Bob Hardman says to obtain high-tech equipment while maintaining a budget the University should lease instead of purchase.
175 Santa goes high-tech: 1997's hottest computer gifts and gadgets
Public Relations News Release 1997:142, p.1
12/4/1997 Rich Varn will discuss technological gifts for everyone.
176 Challenge for libraries today to strike balance between traditional and technology-based resources
Public Relations News Release 1997:101, p.1
11/6/1997 Katherine Martin and David Corbly, faculty at Rod Library, report that keeping the balance between traditional resources and technology requires comparing cost to content.
177 Emerging technologies may give children greater motivation to read
Public Relations News Release 1997:66, p.1
10/8/1997 Dale Johnson reports that kids are realizing the importance of literacy, especially when using technology.
178 University of Northern Iowa's John PappaJohn Entrepreneurial Center to announce $10,000 loan liveware5, Cedar Rapids technology firm.
Public Relations News Release 1996:477, p.1
7/30/1997 John PappaJohn entrepreneurial center will loan $10,000 to LIVEware5 Inc, a company specializing in video conferencing education.
179 University of Northern Iowa's John PappaJohn Entrepreneurial Center to announce $10,000 loan liveware5, Cedar Rapids technology firm.
Public Relations News Release 1996:476, p.1
7/29/1997 John PappaJohn entrepreneurial center will loan $10,000 to LIVEware5 Inc, a company specializing in video conferencing education.
180 UNI researcher continues heart tissue studies for NASA
Public Relations News Release 1996:472, p.1
7/15/1997 Professor Weins continues to study the affects of gravity on the development of heart tissue with a grant from NASA.
181 Waiting for the crash of the century: the millennium bug
Public Relations News Release 1996:471, p.1
7/15/1997 Director of Information Services Dennis Linder talks about the Y2k bug and the effect it could have on computers.
182 AGRI Industries will market soybean-based hydraulic fluid developed by University of Northern Iowa's ABIL research program.
Public Relations News Release 1996:466, p.1
7/9/1997 Soybean-based hydralic fluid developed at UNI by the Northern Iowa's Ag Based Industrial Lubricants research program will be marketed by AGRI.
183 Is technology hurting students' ability to read
Public Relations News Release 1996:458, p.1
7/2/1997 Professor Johnson talks about the impact of the internet on children's reading.
184 Update on the ag-based industrial lubricants research program
Public Relations News Release 1996:458, p.1
7/2/1997 Professor Honary talks about ag-based lubricants.
185 Industrial technology camp offered at University of Northern Iowa June 11-13
Public Relations News Release 1996:395, p.1
5/6/1997 A three day industrial technology camp will be held for high school freshman, sophomores, and juniors with interest in science, math, and industrial technology.
186 Electronic classrooms can change philosophy of teaching
Public Relations News Release 1996:382, p.1
5/5/1997 Leigh Zeitz a Price Lab School teacher discuses Iowa's classrooms and networking.
187 Who's your daddy? A petri dish
Northern Iowan 93:43, p.6
3/11/1997 Comments on cloning and the powers of technology.
188 Award winners announced in the showcase on education technology in Iowa schools
Public Relations News Release 1996:268, p.1
2/14/1997 The Iowa Educational Training Institute gave awards to fifteen Iowa universities and colleges, high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools to advance technology within the schools.
189 "Models" available to help students refine research in electronic age
Public Relations News Release 1996:217, p.1
1/13/1997 With rapid changes in technology driving the information explosion, change also has come about in the way students do research and compile papers or presentations for today's classrooms.
190 Putting Van Gogh on the Internet
Public Relations News Release 1996:182, p.1
12/2/1996 Jeff Byrd discusses the problems with museums digitizing their collections on the Internet.
191 Q & A: how do you build a comprehensive technology department?
Campus News Network 7:5, p.1
10/14/1996 Steve Moon talks about merging Information Systems and Computing Services, the Center for Educational Technology, and the Office of Telecommunications.
192 Teaching on the 'net: UNI program helps Iowa teachers
Northern Iowa Today 24:2, p.2
9/1/1996 Institute offers teachers information about technology.
193 "Return on Investment" shown by Iowa Educational Technology Training Institute
Public Relations News Release 1996:8, p.1
8/26/1996 Iowa teachers are becoming more knowledgeable at incorporating technology into their classrooms.
194 Educational Technology Training Institute demonstrates return on our invesment
Public Relations News Release 1995:485, p.1
8/12/1996 The Center for Educational Technology is teaching educators how to utilize technology in the classroom through the Iowa Educational Technology Training Institute.
195 Perspective: seeing the invisible, reaching the unreachable
Yohe--J. Michael (Information Technology Services Sta
Northern Iowa Today 80:1, p.36
7/1/1996 Benefits and consequences of technology; photo.
196 Will technology be our downfall?
Northern Iowan 92:50, p.6
4/16/1996 As technology satisfies needs, will we need other people?
197 Technology, decision-making two important skills for teachers in 21st century
Public Relations News Release 1995:302, p.1
4/15/1996 Teachers will need to be able to make decisions because they will be empowered to do so and to work collaboratively with administrators.
198 Are UNI education majors prepared?; students and faculty question effectiveness of current ed media classes at UNI
Mantsch--Jo Ann
Northern Iowan 90:51, p.1
4/12/1994 Difficult to keep up with changing technology.
199 CDs: the next audio dinosaur? Sony and Philips vie for markets with next generation of musicology
Nodurft--Diane M. (Class of 1994)
Northern Iowan 89:57, p.8
4/30/1993 Considers possible next recording medium.
200 A Weltha Knowledge
Weltha--Craig D. (Class of 1993)
Northern Iowan 89:45, p.2
3/9/1993 Considers rapid pace of technological change.


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