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E-Learn 2008--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education

Nov 17, 2008

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Curtis J. Bonk; Mimi Miyoung Lee; Tom Reynolds

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Number of papers: 8

  1. The Usability of DIMPLE – Digital Internet and Mobile Phone e-learning Environment

    Diana Andone, Jon Dron & Lyn Pemberton, University of Brighton, United Kingdom

    Recent years have seen a new generation of ‘digital students’ emerging in the developed world. Digital students are young adults who have grown up with digital technologies integrated as an... More

    pp. 245-251

  2. I, I, I, as in Individualised Inquiry based iPortfolios: Building access and success in Teaching and Learning

    Coral Cara, Victoria University, Australia

    Abstract: This practice focus paper examines the documentation of preservice teacher learning journeys through digital inquiry based portfolios. It is through, with and by the development of... More

    pp. 650-657

  3. 3D Worlds to Learn and Play: 6 Years of Projects with an Engaging, Pedagogically Effective, and Versatile Educational Format

    Nicoletta Di Blas & Paolo Paolini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy; Caterina Poggi, University of Wisconsin, Madison, United States; Aldo Torrebruno, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

    This paper describes the evolution of the format for educational experiences based on 3D collaborative worlds developed by the Hypermedia Open Center of Politecnico di Milano. Evaluation data... More

    pp. 738-745

  4. Investigating effect of Computer Simulations in Physics Teaching at undergraduate level

    Popat Tambade, Prof. Ramkrishna More Arts, Commerce and Science College, Akurdi, Pune, India; Bhiva Wagh, K. A. A. N. M Sonawane Arts, Commerce and Science College, Satana, India

    Previous researchers have demonstrated significant improvement in students’ conceptual understanding of basic physics using interactive engagement methods of instruction. In the present study,... More

    pp. 2012-2022

  5. K-60 - Access to ICT granted but not taken for granted

    Minnamari Naumanen & Markku Tukiainen, University of Joensuu, Dept. of CS and Statistics, Finland

    A challenge is posed by the rapid demographic change – in case of the increasing elderly population – accompanied in concert with the transfer of public services and communication into the web... More

    pp. 2241-2250

  6. U.S. Virtual School Trial Period and Course Completion Policy Study

    Abigail Hawkins Gonzales, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States; Michael K. Barbour, Wayne State University, United States

    Variations in the policies used by virtual schools in relation to course enrollment trial periods and course completion impact the comparability of attrition statistics. We contacted 159 U.S.... More

    pp. 2653-2660

  7. Correlating college students' learning styles and how they use Web 2.0 applications for learning

    Wenhao David Huang, Sun Joo Yoo & Jeong-Hwan Choi, Department of HRE, UIUC, United States

    This survey study investigated the relationship between learning styles and utilization level of Web 2.0 applications among college students. 107 individuals participated in this study in Spring... More

    pp. 2752-2759

  8. Effects of Gaming on the Gender Gap in Enrolling in High School Computer Classes

    Susan Rhem-Westhoff, Muskegon Area Career Tech Center, United States

    In this study, 176 middle school girls were surveyed to explore possible relationships between their interests in various computer games and their interest in taking computer related classes. ... More

    pp. 3513-3518