Jim Shimabukuro – Publications & Presentations

Selected Publications

Innovate Blog: Need for More Discussion.” Innovate, the journal of online education, February/March 2009 (Volume 5, Issue 3).

Innovate-Blog: A Step into Blog 2.0.” Innovate, the journal of online education, December 2008/January 2009 (Volume 5, Issue 2).

Innovate-Ideagora: Introducing a New Feature in Innovate.” Alan McCord, Denise Easton, and James N. Shimabukuro. Innovate, the journal of online education, October/November 2008 (Volume 5, Issue 1).

Freedom and Empowerment: An Essay on the Next Step for Education and Technology.” Innovate, the journal of online education, June/July 2005 (Volume 1, Issue 5).

Rising Stars in Virtual Education: A Peek into 2010.” Technology Source, November/December 2002.

The Evolving Virtual Conference: Implications for Professional Networking.” Technology Source, September/October 2000.

What Is an Online Conference?Technology Source, January/February 2000.

“How to Get the Most Out of an Online Conference.” TCC Worldwide Online Conference: Looking Back Towards the Future, April 7-9, 1999.

How to Survive in an Online Class: Guidelines for Students.” First published at the Fourth Annual TCC Online Conference: Best Practices in Delivering, Supporting, and Managing Online Learning, April 7-9, 1999.

CMC and Writing Instruction: A Future Scenario.” A chapter in volume 1 of Berge and Collins’ Computer-Mediated Communications and the Online Classroom (Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 1995).

Stimulating Learning with Electronic Guest Lecturing.” A chapter coauthored with Morton Cotlar in volume 3 of Berge and Collins’ Computer-Mediated Communications and the Online Classroom (Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 1995).

Beyond the Classroom: International Education and the Community College. A four-volume series co-edited with Robert W. Franco (University of Hawaii, 1992).

Selected Presentations

“The Force Is with US—The Teachers: Freedom in the New Classroom.” Keynote presentation. Ninth Annual TCC 2004 Online Conference Apr. 20, 2004.

“The Evolving Virtual Conference: Trends in an Emerging Medium for Professional Networking.” Keynote presentation. GATE 2000 International Virtual Conference. June 15-16, 2000.

“Teaching a Required Freshman Course Online: Implications for Distance Education.” Presentation. Third Seminar for Presidents of Junior and Community Colleges, June 16, 1997, at the East-West Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

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