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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. Education and Information of Architects – New Media for Innovative Solar Architecture

    Stephan Benkert, Joachim Clemens & Frank- Dietrich Heidt, Univ. of Siegen, Germany

    Energy-efficient solar architecture is of great importance for sustainable development of future societies in both meeting tougher energy standards and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.... More

    pp. 127-128

  2. Developing Web-based Courses on Computing Using a Hypermedia Model

    José V. Benlloch-Dualde, Félix Buendía-García, Manuel Agustí i Melchor, José A. Gil-Salinas & Angel Rodas-Jordá, Escuela Universitaria de Informática, Spain

    A large number of courses, teaching several computing and engineering subjects, has been developed using the Web as a delivery medium. New generation material includes features such as a high... More

    pp. 129-130

  3. Learning About Multimedia Design Through Real-Life Cases

    Sue Bennett, Barry Harper & John Hedberg, Univ. of Wollongong, Australia

    Constructivist and situated approaches to the design of multimedia and Web-based learning environments have sought to engage learners in authentic activities set within meaningful contexts. Real-... More

    pp. 131-132

  4. Creating An Active Learning Environment Using Digital Video What I Did And How I Did It

    Alfred Benney, Fairfield Univ., United States

    This is a case study presentation of an undergraduate experimental course in Religion which uses digital video clips to engage students in conversation and debate on the subject matter. We will... More

    pp. 133-138

  5. Satellite Home Tutorials vs. Satellite Classroom Tutorials

    Meira Privman & Hamutal Razi Harpaz, The Open Univ. of Israel; Ruth Beyth-Marom, The Open Univ. of Isael, Israel; Edna Yafe, The Open Univ. of Israel, Israel

    In the present study students who registered for a course at the Open University of Israel could choose the tutorial method they preferred: group face-toface tutorials with a local tutor in their... More

    pp. 139-144

  6. The Essen Learning Model - A Step Towards a Representation of Learning Objectives

    Markus Bick, Jan M. Pawlowski & Patrick Veith, Univ. of Essen, Germany

    The importance of the Extensible Markup Language (XML) technology family in the field of Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) can not be denied. The Instructional Management Systems Project (IMS) for... More

    pp. 145-150

  7. Scripting Language for Multi-Character Presentation Agent based on Multimodal Presentation Markup Language

    He Binda, Santi Saeyor & Mitsuru Ishizuka, The Univ. of Tokyo, Japan

    This paper proposes an alternative scripting language to control multi-character agent for presentation system. In presentation systems, it is more fascinating when we conduct the presentation... More

    p. 151

  8. Electronic Portfolios in Tenure and Promotion Decisions: Making a Virtual Case

    Kristine Blair, Bowling Green State Univ., United States

    A current problem at many American universities is that tenure and promotion procedures continue to privilege print-based evidence of teaching and research productivity, or do not acknowledge the... More

    pp. 152-157

  9. Building comic strips in a cooperative way: an interdisciplinary experience

    Elisa Boff & Lucia Giraffa, PUCRS

    This paper presents a software named Tirinha. It is an educational environment to build comics strips in a cooperative way. It was built to assist the teaching-learning process in elementary... More

    pp. 158-161

  10. E-LEARNING: CHALLENGES AND INHIBITORS

    Hans Boon, Univ. of Pretoria, South Africa

    E-Learning has become a major drive in some institutions of higher education. E-Learning programmes need management and faculty participation to succeed. In this paper some of the methodologies... More

    pp. 162-163

  11. Supporting Developers by Building-Block Methods: The Case of the Templates

    Eddy Boot, TNO Human Factors

    The development of advanced learning environments requires a considerable level of technical and didactical expertise. Also, the time and costs of the development process is often substantial. In... More

    pp. 164-166

  12. Using Databases in Teaching Advanced Mathematics Courses

    Mikhail Bouniaev, Southern Utah Univ., United States

    This paper is a follow up of the papers that discussed how information technologies could be used in teaching Advanced Mathematics (Bouniaev, 1995) and in developing general logic actions ... More

    pp. 167-172

  13. Aspects of a Collaborative Learning Environment using Distributed Virtual Environments

    Christos Bouras, Univ. of Patras, Greece; Vasilis Triantafillou & Thrasivoulos Tsiatsos, Computer Technology Inst., Greece

    A decisive factor for new technologies is always the added value with respect to the efficiency and capacity of traditional technologies. This also is true when considering the impact of new... More

    pp. 173-178

  14. The Development of an Online Course for a Virtual University

    Tom Boyle & Claire Bradley, Univ. of North London

    Universities are under increasing pressure to develop a virtual presence in the face of widespread global competition. Online courseware development and delivery presents many exciting... More

    pp. 179-184

  15. The HyperSkript Authoring Environment—An Integrated Approach for Producing, Maintaining, and Using Multimedia Lecture Material

    Andreas Brennecke & Harald Selke, Univ. of Paderborn, Germany

    Based on a technical infrastructure that supports face-to-face university teaching, we have developed an environment that enables small groups of lecturers to develop and maintain lecture... More

    pp. 185-190

  16. The SALSA Animation System: Simply Generating Java Applets to Learn with Basic Animations

    Andreas Brennecke, Jochen Greiving, Manfred Hußmann & Michael Wegener, Univ. of Paderborn, Germany

    The effective preparation of multimedia applications still remains a problem when using new media in teaching and learning processes. When using the Java technology which becomes increasingly ... More

    pp. 191-192

  17. Learning Contracts – a Measure to Set Up a Framework for Communication and Cooperation in E-Learning?

    Jens Breuer, University of Cologne, Germany

    In a learning contract concluded between learners and teachers resp. between learners, stipulated learning and teaching activities are fixed. The purpose of a learning contract for e-learning is ... More

    pp. 193-196

  18. Problem Solving Strategies – Is there a better way?

    Gwyn Brickell, Prof. John Hedberg, Brian Ferry & Prof. Barry Harper, Univ. of Wollongong, Australia

    Research on strategy use in problem solving has undergone considerable development in the last decade with the emphasis on the solving of complex and ill-structured problems. In this study, the... More

    pp. 197-198

  19. The Clipper Project: An Introduction to the Impact of Web-based Courses on Pre-Baccalaureate Students

    Tammy Chapman & Stephen Bronack, Lehigh Univ., United States

    The emergence of the World Wide Web as a valued medium for delivering instruction is sparking an interesting change in education on all levels. Universities, in particular, are investigating ways... More

    pp. 199-201

  20. Recognition of Cross-Cultural Meaning When Developing Online Web Displays

    Ian Brown & John Hedberg, Univ. of Wollongong, Australia

    The perceptions and practical experiences are important influences when creating and developing online learning experiences in cross cultural contexts. In this study fifteen educational designers... More

    pp. 202-206