Carol Scheftic: Some Professional Activities & Projects
The activities listed above were all part of my regular
I have also participated in a number of
external consulting and part-time projects.
- Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Co-director of the annual symposium sponsored by the Carnegie Mellon Chapter of Sigma Xi, 1991-93.
- CDEC Technical Report Series.
Center for Design of Educational Computing, Carnegie Mellon University.
Series founder and Co-Editor (with S. Bend).
- Symposium on Computer Assisted Instruction and Intelligent Tutoring Systems.
Symposium secretary and assistant to symposium coordinators.
March 24-26, 1988.
- Task Force on Undergraduate Student Assistants.
Academic Services Division, Carnegie Mellon University,
to streamline across departments the process of recruitment and selection.
- 4th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Education.
Amsterdam, May 24-26, 1989.
Coordinator for American Referees, and
Chairperson for Cognitive Research--The Learner.
- 3rd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Education.
Pittsburgh, PA, April 8-10, 1987.
Chairperson, Registration Committee,
Co-Chairperson, Local Publicity Committee and,
Chairperson for Tools for Teaching.
- Artificial Intelligence: The Renaissance of Knowledge (Fourth Annual Symposium).
Symposium Co-Chairperson (with C. L. Boyd, W. Thompson), AIU, Nov. 5, 1984.
- Allegheny County Student Computer Fair.
Various activities from 1983 through 1988, including
Fair Coordinator, Judge, and Consultant on Program Judging.
- Hi Tech Update. Published by the Allegheny Intermediate Unit:
Editor, June - November, 1984, and Co-Editor (with A. Kunka), June, 1983 - June, 1984.
- Computer Using Educators of Pittsburgh.
Group co-founder and program coordinator (1984) including sessions on
- Security and Maintenance Issues, September 13, 1984;
- Collaboration: The Effective Use of Limited Resources, July 18, 1984;
- Who Are We, and What Are We Trying to Do, June 29, 1984.
- Emerging Technology Conference.
Conference Co-Chairperson (with A. Friedrich & R. Obrosky) at AIU,
October 22, 1984.
- Textbook and Software Fair.
Technical Advisor to Fair Coordinators at AIU, September 28, 1984.
- Going On-line (Electronic Mail and Related 'Net Resources).
Program Developer and Instructor - for
AIU Central Office, and
Special Education Center Project Participants
(Pilot Project, with L. Barnar of CMU, and R. Obrosky;
Continuing Program, with J. New of CMU, and R. Obrosky),
December, 1983 through November, 1984.
- Staff Development Series.
(AIU Central Office Staff).
Series Developer; Program Coordinator (1984, with A. Kunka), including:
- The Elegance of Electronic Spreadsheets, February 1, 1984;
- The Delights of Data Base Management, January 25, 1984;
- The Wonders of Word Processing, January 18, 1984.
- Microcomputer Awareness Series.
(AIU Central Office and Special Education Center Staff).
Program Developer and Instructor (with A. Kunka and R. Obrosky),
June 6 - July 1, 1983.
- GATE Student Computer Conference.
November 15, 1984, and November 15, 1983.
- Blue Ribbon Computer Programming.
Computer Coordinator, Gifted and Talented Student Conference and Exposition,
April 17, 1984, and May 20, 1983.
- Microcomputer Programming Contest,
Pennsylvania Learning Resources Association.
Judge for the South West Region Semi-Finals, June 9, 1984, and September 24, 1983.
- Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Sciences.
Judge for Allegheny County, March, 1984.
- Coordinator or consultant for regional academic events (1983-84),
- Future Problem Solving Bowls (Junior, Intermediate, and Senior),
- Creative Convention (Grades 3 - 5 and Grades 6 - 9),
- Calcu-Solve Bowls (Secondary and Elementary).
Information about Carol Scheftic
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