Gene Ziegler, PhD.

 
 

Geographer

Educator

IT Professional

Entrepreneur

 
 

 

PUBLICATIONS

  • “Save the Last Dance for Me”, eLearning Magazine, July 2002
  • "You’re never too old to learn", Learnativity, Fall 2001
  • “The Sky is Falling”, eLearning Magazine, July 2001
  • Interview: "Brand-Name B-Schools Partnering With Start-Ups For Revenue and Reach", AACSB NewsLine, Fall 1999.
  • “Computers and Dr. Seuss”, The Seattle Times, Personal Technology Section, August 13, 1995.
  • “Green Eggs and Ham, a Dr. Seuss Parody”, NetGuide, March, 1995, p86.
  • “The Working Side of the Internet”, Syllabus, October, 1994, p50-51.
  • Go Forth and Multiply, Cornell Enterprise, Spring 1985, p29-32.
  • “Map-Art from the Cutting Room Floor”, Computers and People, October, 1979, p23-25.
  • Featured as a Geography teacher in Peter Binzen, “Expanding the Boundaries of Geography”, Change Magazine Report on Teaching, July 1977, p12-14. 
  • “A Computer Parser for Polynomials in Language BASIC”, Computer Education, February, 1977, p9-10.
  • “A Report on Experimental Cartography at the Rome Air Development Center”, Proceedings of the Middle States Division, Association of American geographers, October, 1973, p110-113.
  • “Orchestrating the Time-Sharing Computer for Geographic Research”, Proceedings of the SUNY at Albany “Conversations in the Disciplines”, October, 1972, p71-77.
  • An Economy in Transition, Fort McDowell Indian Community, Comprehensive Planning Program, with H. S. Coblentz, AIP, Environmental Planning Consultants, May, 1971.

PRESENTATIONS


  • Education as a Retention Strategy for Gold Collar Employees”, International Call Center Conference, Dallas Texas, Jan 2003
  • “Distance Learning Strategy”, Owen Management School, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, 2002
  • Ohio Higher Ed Council NOCHE, "State of Distance Learning in Universities, " 2002
  • Business School Computing Directions, USC Marshall School of Business, “Developments in Online Learning”, 2002
  • Conference Board, “Corporate Online Learning”, San Diego, CA, 2001
  • Thunderbird Intl School of Business, “Distance Learning Opportunities”, 2000
  • Business School Computing Directions, Columbia University Business School, “Distance Learning Opportunities”, 2000
  • "Universities and Distance Learning", Houghton Mifflin Editors Retreat, York Beach, ME, Oct 1999
  • "Technology Overview", PictureTel Users Group Annual Conf., Sacramento, CA, Sept 1999
  • "Why Distance Learning?", Faculty Retreat, SMU/COX School of Business, Dallas, TX August 1999
  • Instructor, Distance Learning Workshop, U of Tampa College of Bus, Tampa, FL, August 1999
  • Keynote Speaker, "Business Schools and Distance learning", AACSB Learning Technology Workshop, Milwaukie, Wisconsin, June 1999
  • Panel moderator, "Intellectual Property Rights", AACSB Dean's Conference, Atlanta, April 1999
  • Faculty: "Distance Learning and Higher Education", Cornell Continuing Ed Course, Nov 1998
  • Moderator: PictureTel Executive Panel, PictureTel Users Conference, Norfolk VA, Sept 1998
  • "Distance Learning", AACSB Learning Technologies Workshop, UC Berkeley, May 1998
  • "The Case for Distance Learning", Emory University Business School April 1998
  • Panel Moderator: "The Future of Business in the Digital Economy: Bandwidth." Technology and Media Conference, Ithaca NY, April 1997
  • "You Oughta Be in Pictures: The use of Video in Business Education" With live demos! Annual Dean's Conference, AACSB, Los Angeles, April 1996

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