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E-Learn 2003--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education



Allison Rossett

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Number of papers: 8

  1. An Analysis of Learners' Interactions with Course Package and Learning Support Services in Distance Learning

    Jianwei Zhang, Educational Technology Center, Tsinghua University, China; Yanqing Sun, School of psychology, Beijing Normal University, China; Gengsheng Wu & Xueyou Wang, Educational Technology Center, Tsinghua University, China

    This study implemented a survey on learners' utilizations and experiences of various formats of distance learning resources spanning from the sub-system of course package to that of learning... More

    pp. 361-368

  2. Learner-driven Assembly of Web-based Courseware

    Robert Farrell & John Thomas, IBM Research, United States

    This paper describes an approach to driving learning experiences directly from the user's immediate learning needs. This approach was used to create short, targeted web-based courses on information... More

    pp. 455-462

  3. Indicators of Effective Collaboration in Distributed Virtual Teamwork

    Joan Nordbotten, University of Bergen, Norway; Marie Iding & Rita Vick, University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States; Brent Auernheimer, California State University, Fresno, United States; Martha Crosby, University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States

    Graduate-level human-computer-interaction courses were conducted in parallel at two geographically and temporally separated universities. Classes were composed of culturally diverse and globally... More

    pp. 1229-1236

  4. Using Evidence-Centered Design to Develop Advanced Simulation-Based Assessment and Training

    Robert J. Mislevy, University of Maryland, United States; John T. Behrens, Cisco Systems, United States; Malcolm I. Bauer & David M. Williamson, Educational Testing Service, United States

    This paper describes how simulation-based training and assessment systems can be created using Evidence-Centered Design (ECD). Traditionally it has been difficult to embed valid assessment and... More

    pp. 1495-1502

  5. Peer-to-Peer Learning - an Ultimate Form of e-Learning

    Päivi Jokela, University of Kalmar, Sweden

    Abstract: In this work, the changing roles of the academic teacher and the student are studied. The current problems of the higher education, combined with the potential development of e-learning... More

    pp. 1624-1631

  6. Cross-cultural differences in computer use, computer attitudes and cognitive style between UK and Chinese students

    Martin Graff, Maggy McNorton & Jo Davies, University of Glamorgan, United Kingdom

    It is possible that e-learning systems may be used differently by different cultural groups and, it is important to investigate cross-cultural differences as a means of informing instructional... More

    pp. 1893-1900

  7. Implementing Project-Based Learning in WBT Systems

    Denis Helic, Harald Krottmaier & Hermann Maurer, IICM, TU Graz, Austria; Nick Scerbakov, IICM; TU Graz, Austria

    It is our experience that many Web-based training (WBT) systems do not take into account the latest advancements in teaching or learning paradigms – they simply reflect Web technology. We believe... More

    pp. 2189-2196

  8. Production Environment for Web-Based Video Lectures

    Manfred Schertler & Freimut Bodendorf, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

    In this paper the whole authoring process and supportive tools to produce a web-based video lecture are described. Starting with recording and encoding of video and audio streams the preparation of... More

    pp. 2401-2408