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ED-MEDIA 2001--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications

2001

Editors

Craig Montgomerie; Jarmo Viteli

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Number of papers: 608

  1. Fostering Mental-Model Thinking During Design

    Alyse Hachey, John Black & Lisa Tsuei, Teachers College, Columbia Univ., United States

    To investigate the use of mental-model reasoning about mechanisms in design, we had 12-13 year old students design a Mars Colony including physical, biological and social systems. Unlike previous... More

    pp. 636-642

  2. From Course Management to Open Learning

    Sybille Hambach, Bodo Urban, Mario Aehnelt, Jörn Wallstabe & Jörg Voskamp, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics, Germany

    pp. 643-648

  3. Magellan, the Paderborn Approach to Distributed Knowledge Organization

    Thorsten Hampel & Thomas Bopp, University of Paderborn, Germany

    The primary goal of the Magellan concept is the development of individual and cooperative semantic structures on side of the students by using tools that both support and accompany the... More

    pp. 649-655

  4. A student model for web-based intelligent educational system

    Ashok Patel, De Montfort Univ., United Kingdom; Binglan Han & Dr Kinshuk, Massey Univ., New Zealand

    This paper describes the structure, functionality, and implementation of a student model used for web-based domain independent educational system. It is designed to take advantage of Internet... More

    pp. 656-657

  5. SCAFFOLDING PERFORMANCE IN EPSSS: BRIDGING THEORY AND PRACTICE

    Michael Hannafin & Kathleen Hannafin, University of Georgia, United States; James McCarthy, Sonalysts, United States; Paul Radtke, NAWCTSD, United States

    Two promising developments have emerged: 1) Electronic Performance Support Systems (EPSS); and 2) scaffolding approaches. The link between these developments, however, is relatively new. The... More

    pp. 658-663

  6. Lesson Plans on the Internet: A Critical Appraisal

    Robert Hanny, Robert Hannafin & Ella Donaldson, College of William and Mary, United States

    p. 664

  7. Humanities on the Internet: A Collaborative Model for Faculty Development

    Carol Hansen & Catherine Zublin, Weber State Univ., United States

    This brief presentation includes a summary description of a Web enhanced, team taught course, Humanities on the Internet (http://library.weber.edu/humanweb). This course demonstrates how faculty ... More

    pp. 665-666

  8. WWW-based Multimedia Training System Linked with Teaching Materials

    Chun Chen Lin, Tokyo Foreign Language Univ., Taiwan; Yamato Harada, Yusuke Yanagida, Shinichi Fujita & Seinosuke Narita, Waseda Univ., Japan

    p. 667

  9. A Review of Virtual Learning Environments From a Learner Centred Approach

    Megan Quentin-Baxter & Suzanne Hardy, Univ. of Newcastle, United Kingdom

    This paper is a report on the findings of a study to investigate a range of approaches to Virtual (Managed) Learning Environments which the United Kingdom's National Health Service might take in... More

    pp. 668-673

  10. New Designs for Web Based Learning Environments

    John O’Donoghue, Univ. of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom; Barry Harper, Univ. of Wollongong, Australia; Ron Oliver, Edith Cowan Univ., Australia; Lori Lockyer, Univ. of Wollongong, Australia

    With the continued advances in information and communication technology comes the interconnectivity of education institutions, businesses and industries. Either by default or association, the... More

    pp. 674-675

  11. VoiceXML Editor: A Workbench for Investigating Voiced-Based Applications

    Janet Hartman & Joaquin Vila, Illinois State University, United States

    The most common interaction with the Web is visual and accomplished through the use of the keyboard or mouse. Currently, the user cannot interact with a Web page using speech. This orientation... More

    pp. 676-679

  12. Successful integration of learning technologies in school classrooms (SILT)

    Elizabeth Hartnell-Young, University of Sydney, Australia

    This paper reports on the progress of a research program based in Victoria, Australia, where teachers are strongly encouraged to integrate technology in their classrooms. The teachers in this... More

    pp. 680-681

  13. Different Levels of Internet Integration in University Academic Activities: examples and pedagogical implications

    Denis Harvey, Universite de Montreal, Canada; Christian Depover, Bruno DeLievre & Jean Jacque Quintin, Universite de Mons-Hainaut, Belgium

    In the four examples of pedagogic integration of Internet in a "multimodal" university situation reported herein, we bring into light an innovative process whose central objectives were improvement... More

    pp. 682-686

  14. A Local Indexing for Web-based Learning Resources

    Shinobu Hasegawa, Akihiro Kashihara & Jun'ich Toyoda, Osaka Univ., Japan

    Learning with existing hypermedia-based resources on the Web has become popular and important. However, most resources do not usually have clear description how they should be learned. This makes... More

    pp. 687-692

  15. Web Usability Criteria: the SCANMIC Model

    Shahizan Hassan & Feng Li, Department of Management Science, Univ. of Strathclyde

    p. 693

  16. Developing Infrastructure in Developing Countries: A Role for Faith-based Organizations in Technology Transfer in Kenya

    Pamela Hassebroek, Georgia Institute of Technology

    Though developing nations encounter difficult obstacles to economic development, education institutions and telecommunications infrastructures as well as policies can provide ways to increased... More

    pp. 694-695

  17. Adopting an Instructional Pedagogy for Constructive On-line Learning

    Stylianos Hatzipanagos, Chris Sadler, Mark Woodman & Maya Milankovic-Atkinson, Middlesex Univ., United Kingdom

    The paper describes how an essentially instructional pedagogy was modified for use in an on-line learning MSc programme which espoused a constructivist approach to study. We adopted and adapted San... More

    pp. 696-699

  18. Integrated Pedagogigal Profile and the Design of Web-based Learning Environments

    Sami Hautakangas & Pekka Ranta, Tampere Univ. of Technology, Finland

    In this paper we will present the characteristic features of a method for description and evaluation of learning environments which pursues to the improvement of the traditional questionnaire... More

    pp. 700-705

  19. Creating Constructivist Learning Environments Supported by Technology: Six Case Studies

    Marilyn Heath, SouthCentral Regional Technology in Education Consortium, United States

    Findings from these case studies are the result of a research and development study, Applying Technology to Restructuring and Learning (ATRL), carried out by the Southwest Educational Development... More

    pp. 706-707

  20. Teaching, Learning and Computing: What Teachers Say

    Marilyn Heath & Jason Ravitz, SouthCentral Regional Technology in Education Consortium, United States

    This paper examines the results from the Teaching, Learning and Computing (TLC) survey (Becker, H.J. & Anderson, R.E, 1998) administered to the Applying Technology to Restructuring and Learning (... More

    pp. 708-713