The following archives contain material that was originally webcast live from Kean University.

The NJEdge Best Practices Showcase took place at Kean University on Friday March 21, 2003. The following is a sampling of the presentations that were broadcast live during the conference. If you have a contrast adjustment on your Real Player, you will need to adjust the brightness.

Sheri Prupis, Director NJEdge, Frank Esposito, Pres. Kean University, et al.

Tranforming Instructional Media - Lights, Camera, Action!
Linda Bloom & Jack Dirr, Bergen Community College

Small Group Communication Approaches to Online Learning Communities
Peter Shapiro (St. Peter's College) & Richard Blonna (William Paterson University)

Structuring Videoconferences to Enhance Preservice Teacher Preparation
Dina Rosen, Montclair State University

Mentoring Technology Innovations
David McCurry, Heide Estes, & Ann Chamberlain, Monmouth University

Group and Wimba Discussion Boards
Mary Jane Clerkin, Berkeley College

Creating Meaningful Images with New Technology for the Classroom
Tony Selimo, Passaic Community College

Building Practicums Portfolios within Individual Threaded Discussions

Tuesday October 9, 2001
Representatives of Campus Crusade for Christ and the American Atheist Organization meet in debate.
The issue:
Does God Exist?

Thursday September 20th 2001:
Kean University held a Faculty/Student Teach-In entitled: Repercussions from the Attack on America.

Wednesday September 5th 2001:
Dr. Ronald Applbaum, President of Kean University gave his State of the University speech to Kean faculty, staff and students. This year's speech opened with a video presentation entitled, Your Future Starts Here.

The President's address, entitled Visions of the Future: New pathways for Success followed.

On September 5, 2000, Dr. Ronald Applbaum, President of Kean University, gave his annual State of the University speech to Kean faculty, staff, and students. In his talk, the President outlined the accomplishments of last year and the plan for the coming years.
To Touch the Future

What Exit? Perspectives on the New Jersey Turnpike is a symposium given on October 13, 1999 to accompany a unique art exhibit in Vaughn Ames Hall. Details concerning the art show can be found under Kean in the Arts.

What Exit?

In 1999 the Africana Studies program at Kean celebrated its 13th anniversary. One highlight of the birthday party was a lecture by Paulette Young, Columbia University.

Funeralizing the Asantehene

The New York Regional ACM Programming Contest was held at Kean on November 5, 2000. The following is the (unedited) awards ceremony.

ACM Awards