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ED-MEDIA 2003--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications



David Lassner; Carmel McNaught

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Currently displaying this conference's 13 award papers. Show all papers

Number of papers: 13

  1. SCORM-wrapped Simulation based Systems for Maritime Education and Training

    Velko Naumov, Technical University Varna, Bulgaria; Katrin Gläsel, Wolfgang Busse & Harro Kucharzewski, MarineSoft GmbH, Germany; Sybille Hambach, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Rostock, Germany

    It will be shown for typical MET Software like Engine Room Simulator, Marine Language Training and Maritime Safety Training Systems how content and result presentation can be partly wrapped in a... More

    pp. 241-242

  2. Developing real-life driving simulations for novice driver education

    Craig Cockerton, Waikato Innovation Centre for eEducation, New Zealand; Robert Isler, University of Waikato, New Zealand

    This paper will describe the technological aspects of producing live-action videos of real traffic scenarios for a new driver education training CD-ROM (CD DRIVES) aimed at novice drivers in New... More

    pp. 316-317

  3. A Framework for Video-centered Discussions on the Web

    Ng Chong & Teeratep Sosakul, United Nations University, Japan

    One form of adding interactivity to online learning is video annotation, which is an active field of research in content-based video retrieval and summarization. However, it is less known in... More

    pp. 620-626

  4. Describing Verb Valency in an Electronic Learner’s Dictionary: Linguistic and Technical Implications

    Andrea Abel, European Academy Bolzano, Italy; Johann Gamper, Free University of Bolzano, Italy; Judith Knapp & Vanessa Weber, European Academy Bolzano, Italy

    The paper presents an innovative description of verb valency in an electronic learner's dictionary for the German and Italian languages (ELDIT). It fully exploits the various possibilities of... More

    pp. 1202-1209

  5. Designing For Online Learning Communities

    Chris Brook & Ron Oliver, Edith Cowan University, Australia

    This paper investigates the development of sense of community among learners engaging in online learning where the principles of collaborative learning are considered key instructional strategies. ... More

    pp. 1494-1500

  6. Online Support for Academic Teaching Staff: Linking Technology with Pedagogy

    Patrick Kunz, Waikato Innovation Centre of eEducation, New Zealand

    Support plays a key role in the integration of information and communication tech-nologies (ICT) into higher education. But what exactly does good support consists of? On the one hand, this poster ... More

    pp. 1992-1993

  7. A Taxonomy for Faculty Participation in Asynchronous Online Discussions

    Seugnet Blignaut & Stanley Trollip, Capella University, United States

    Anecdotal evidence suggests that instructor performance in the online discussion portion of online courses has a major impact on learning and learner satisfaction. If this is the case, faculty... More

    pp. 2043-2050

  8. Investigating Concept Mapping and Stimulated Recall to Reveal Academic Teacher Beliefs and How They are Enacted Through Learning Designs for the Web

    Caroline Steel, The University of Queensland, Australia

    Increasingly, academic teachers are designing their own web sites to add value to or replace other forms of university teaching. These web sites are tangible and dynamic constructions that... More

    pp. 2217-2224

  9. Hypothesis Testing as a Core Component of a Virtual Experiment

    Arianne Dantas & Robert Kemm, University of Melbourne, Australia; Debbi Weaver, Monash University, Australia

    We designed an interactive virtual experiment, requiring students to formulate hypotheses of expected outcomes of experiments, and then allowing them to test and review their hypotheses and receive... More

    pp. 2328-2335

  10. Orchestrating Collaborative Learning: Software Design to Support Online Learning and Tutoring Strategies

    Maarten DeLaat, Utrecht University, IVLOS, Netherlands; Vic Lally, University of Sheffield, School of Education, United Kingdom

    This paper reports recent findings of a continuing international study that is investigating computer supported collaborative learning processes among a networked learning community. This study... More

    pp. 2338-2345

  11. The MEDIA Project: An investigation into the effects computer-based media has on the learning outcomes of individuals who have dyslexia

    Nigel Beacham & James Alty, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

    The research project MEDIA began in November 2002 and is still ongoing. This paper is therefore a summary of the aims and objectives of the research and an explanation of the work in progress. The ... More

    pp. 2689-2694

  12. Prototypal Synergy and Collaboration of Undergraduate Courses: Showcasing Student Journalists' Multi-Media Work, Spotlighting Campus and Community Diversity

    Beverly Keever, University of Hawaii School of Communications, United States

    This paper describes a prototypal collaboration between two undergraduate journalism courses at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in which students wrote, designed and published a variety of multi-... More

    pp. 3101-3102

  13. Developing and Applying a Generic Set of Accessibility Guidelines to E-Learning Web Sites

    Beverley Daniels, University of Glamorgan, United Kingdom; Geoff Elliott, Pembrokeshire College, United Kingdom

    This paper is an account of e-College Wales' response to the UK Special Educational Needs and Disability Act (SENDA) 2001. The result of our response is a set of generic accessibility guidelines... More

    pp. 3196-3203