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Program Descriptions for the Ludlow and Spooner: Text on Distance Education

You have entered the area on the TESE Web page where the program descriptions for the Ludlow and Spooner text on distance education are stored. We have included 12 special education programs, geographically ranging from Maine to Utah, that deliver coursework to graduate students, as well as undergraduates from both preservice and inservice perspectives. The authors were chosen based on their sustained, successful, experience at distance delivery, and their willingness to address a specific set of questions in a prescribed format.

We hope that as you begin to wrestle with the request to do distance education that you will find these program descriptions useful. Information about the technologies that is used in programmatic delivery, a rationale to support the model of distance delivery that is used at the respective site (e.g., two-way interactive TV vs. satellite), and the resources needed at those universities are just some of the questions to which the authors of the program descriptions respond.

Utah State University Undergraduate Program in Special Education
Ben Lignugaris/Kraft
Dept. of Special Education & Rehabilitation
Utah State University
Logan, UT 84322-2865
(801) 797-2382
lig@cc.usu.edu

North Carolina Cooperative Preservice Graduate Program in Severe Disabilities
Fred Spooner
Dept. of Counseling, Special Education, & Child Development
UNC Charlotte
Charlotte, NC 28223
704-687-3730
fhspoone@email.uncc.edu

West Virginia Regional Preservice Graduate Program in Severe Disabilities & Early Intervention
Barbara Ludlow
Dept. of Special Education
P. O. Box 6122
Morgantown, WV 26506
304-293-3450
bludlow@wvnvm.wvnet.edu

Utah Preservice Graduate Program in Special Education
Joan Sebastian
Dept. of Special Education
University of Utah
217 MBC
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-581-8442
sebastian@gse.utah.edu

Kentucky Preservice Graduate Program in Severe Disabilities & Early Childhood Special Education
Belva Collins
Dept. of Special Education
University of Kentucky
229 Taylor Education Bldg
Lexington, KY 40506-0001
606-257-8591
bcoll01@pop.uky.edu

Maine Preservice Graduate Program in Severe Disabilities & Transition
James Artesani
Dept. of Special Education
University of Maine
304 Shibles Hall
Orono, ME 04469
207-581-4061
jamesartesani@voyager.meres.maine.edu

Kansas Program to Train Deaf Educators
Barbara Luetke-Stahlman
University of Kansas Medical Center
3031 Miller Building
Kansas City, KS 66160-7605
913-588-5750
bluetke@ukans.edu

Arkansas Inservice Graduate Program in Speech-Pathology
Elaine McNiece
201 Donaghey
Univ. of Central Arkansas
Conway, AR 72035
501-582-4221
elainem@cc1.uca.edu

Indiana Continuing Education in Mild Disabilities/At Risk
Dennis Knapzyck
Special Education Program
Dept. of Curriculum & Instruction
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
812-856-8148
knapczyk@indiana.edu

Georgia Continuing Education in Attention Deficit Disorders
Bill Bender
Dept. of Special Education
University of Georgia
570 Aderhold Hall
Athens, GA 30602
706-542-4579
wnbender@uga.cc.uga.edu

Western States Consortium in Severe Disabilities & Early Intervention
Richard Kiefer-O’Donnell
Dept. of Special Education
MBH 221
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
(801) 581-3080
O'donnell@gse.utah.edu

Electronic Study Groups: CEC Explores an Innovative Approach to Professional Development
Dave L. Edyburn
Department of Exceptional Education
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee, WS
Edyburn@csd.uwm.edu