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E-Learn 2005--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education

October 2005

Editors

Griff Richards

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Number of papers: 9

  1. Virtual Interactive Laboratories and e-Learning

    Gerald Meisner & Harol Hoffman, LAAPlatform Group / UNCGreensboro, United States

    If online learning is to seriously compete in the educational marketplace, the challenge of offering robust and highly interactive, asynchronous laboratory courses which include student decision... More

    pp. 120-127

  2. Exploring the Australian Army Instructors' Role in eLearning

    Diane Newton & Allan Ellis, Southern Cross University, Australia

    An organisation's eLearning culture is influenced by the traditional training culture and perceived relevance of eLearning opportunities. For organisations with hierarchical and authoritarian... More

    pp. 957-964

  3. ProAktori: A Management Tool for ICT Strategy Processes in Universities

    Kari Liukkunen & Juha Pohjonen, University of Oulu, Finland; Janne Sariola, University of Helsinki, Finland

    Abstract: During the period 2002-2004 Finnish universities developed and implemented their own strategies for the use of information and communication technologies in teaching as part of Finland's ... More

    pp. 1691-1698

  4. Intentional and Incidental Discourse Variables in a Virtual Learning Community

    Ben Daniel, ARIES Lab, University of Saskatchewan, Canada; Richard Schwier & Heather Ross, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

    Learning in virtual learning communities is receiving considerable attention in current literature. Research on virtual learning communities focuses on building, supporting and sustaining virtual... More

    pp. 1953-1965

  5. The Relationship between Affective States and Dialog Patterns during Interactions with AutoTutor

    Sidney D'Mello, Scotty Craig, Amy Witherspoon, Jeremiah Sullins, Bethany McDaniel, Barry Gholson & Art Graesser, University of Memphis, United States

    In an attempt to discover links between learning and emotions, this study adopted an emote-aloud procedure in which participants were recorded as they verbalized their affective states while... More

    pp. 2004-2011

  6. Scripted Anchored Discussions of eLectures

    Stephan Trahasch & Tobias Lauer, Institute of Computer Science, Germany

    Recording live lectures and using the resulting multimedia documents as content modules has become a widespread method in e-learning. In order to foster learner interaction and collaboration around... More

    pp. 2436-2443

  7. Analyzing Cultural Influences on ELearning Transactional Issues

    Karen Lemone, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, United States

    Abstract: Assessment of web-based distance learning often includes some measurement of Transactional Distance, a measure of the psychological distance students feel rather than a measure of the... More

    pp. 2637-2644

  8. Building a Learning Object Content Management System

    Christopher Brooks, Lori Kettel & Collene Hansen, University of Saskatchewan, Canada; Jim Greer, ARIES Laboratory, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

    While the educational technology community is rife with learning object-based specifications, tools for supporting these specifications (both at an authoring and at a delivery level) are patchy at ... More

    pp. 2836-2843

  9. Intelligent LMS with an agent that learns from log data

    Maomi Ueno, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan

    This paper proposes an agent that acquires the domain knowledge concerned with the content from a learning history log database and automatically generates motivational messages. The unique... More

    pp. 3169-3176