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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. The Rhetoric and Reality of Change: A Model for Supporting Higher Education Faculty Adoption of Web-Based Instruction

    Beverly Farrow, Teresa Eagle & Michael Cunningham, Marshall Univ., United States

    The faculty at Marshall University historically have used a model of distance education for non-traditional graduate students that involved driving 1-3 hours to teach in remote sites. This strategy... More

    pp. 346-348

  2. The Canadian TeleLearning Network of Centres of Excellence: A National Multidisciplinary, Multisectoral Approach to Catalyzing Innovative Research and Effective Online Learning Practice

    Joanne Curry, TeleLearning•NCE, Canada

    The presentation will present a state-of-the-art strategy developed by the TeleLearning Network of Centres of Excellence to spearhead research in online learning applications, train students,... More

    pp. 349-350

  3. The flexible learning model at LITU

    Ethel Dahlgren, Camilla Hällgren, Siv Johansson-Långström, Svante Häggström & Per Andersson, University of Umeå, Sweden

    p. 351

  4. THE 'REDI' PROJECT. On-line educational resources for the development of professional multimedia skills

    Ricardo Dal Farra, National Ministry of Education, Argentina

    p. 352

  5. Reinventing the TV and the Video in School: Report of an Workshop for Training Teachers

    Luciana Rocha de Luca Dalla Valle, TV Escola - Instituto de Educação do Paraná -UNIANDRADE:Centro Universitário Campos de Andrade-Colégio Sagrado Coração de Jesus, Brazil; Dulce Marcia Cruz, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina - Universidade Regional de Blumenau, Brazil

    The present paper is a report on the workshop "The Use of TV in School", which brought teachers from the public educational system of Paraná state into contact with the Brazilian educational... More

    pp. 353-354

  6. Participant Interaction Models and Roles in a Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Environment: A Malaysian Case Study

    Daniel Esther, University of Malaya, Malaysia

    Three models of participant interactions in a web based instruction course were identified among a diverse group of seven adult learners in this paper. The three models were named the cyclical... More

    pp. 355-360

  7. Gender and Online Discussions: Similarities or Differences?

    Gayle V Davidson-Shivers, Samantha Morris & Tuangrat Sriwongkol, University of South Alabama, United States

    The study examined how female and male graduate students (n = 13) participated in the discussions in a web-based course by analyzing the interactions of a mixed gender group in both online chats... More

    pp. 361-366

  8. FOR THE FEAR OF BEING WRONG: GROUP DYNAMICS IN CYBERSPACE

    Mike Davis, Univ. of North London; Sue Ralph, Univ. of Manchester

    This paper describes the experience of conducting postgraduate students in an online seminar as part of an experiential, reflective course in interpersonal communication. It identifies some of... More

    pp. 367-368

  9. Combining Instructionist and Constructionist Learning in a Virtual Biotech Lab

    Peter Dawabi & Martin Wessner, GMD-IPSI, Germany

    The functional and didactical design of a virtual learning environment depends on the underlying learning theory. We discuss a virtual biotech lab as a special kind of virtual learning ... More

    pp. 369-373

  10. Flexibility, Efficiency and Enrichment in WWW-Based Learning Environments?

    Wim De Boer, Univ. of Twente

    The use of Web-based systems in education is emerging rapidly. It seems that the web offers a large potential for (higher) education, although not many positive effects can be found yet. What is ... More

    pp. 374-379

  11. ESCUELA: A Platform Which Assists the Work of the Teacher and Supports the Learning of the Student

    Gisela de Clunie, Universidad Tecnológica de Panamá; Ana Regina da Rocha, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Gilda Campos, Universidade Santa Úrsula, Brazil

    p. 380

  12. VIDEO SUPPORTED WEB LEARNING

    Matjaz Debevc & Dean Korosec, Univ. of Maribor, Slovenia

    p. 381

  13. A REVIEW OF WEB-BASED LEARNING SYSTEMS FOR PROGRAMMING

    Haider Ramadhan, Sultan Qaboos Univ., Oman; Fadi Deek & Ki-Wang Ho, New Jersey Inst. Of Technology, United States

    We provides a review of web-based interactive programming environments which facilitate learning programming concepts. The main focus is to categorize web-based programming systems into classes... More

    pp. 382-387

  14. Use of Video Mediated Instruction in Teaching American Heart Association Emergency Cardiac Care Training Courses

    Darrell DeMartino, Univ. of Houston, United States

    This paper provides a historical look at American Heart Association training regiments and their movement towards video mediated instruction in 2001. A discussion of problems associated with... More

    pp. 388-392

  15. TOETS : development of a computer assisted assessment system

    Eddy Demeersseman, Bert Wylin & Jos Panen, KULAK, Belgium

    pp. 394-395

  16. Teaching OOT Using a Framework and Both Direct and Net-based Tutoring

    Birgit Demuth & Heinrich Hussmann, Dresden University of Technology, Germany; Lothar Schmitz, University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich, Germany; Steffen Zschaler, Dresden University of Technology, Germany

    We report on experience from teaching OO project courses to undergraduate students. Before they can successfully tackle projects they have to climb a rather steep qualification ladder: pick up a ... More

    pp. 396-401

  17. PERIGRAMMA – A System for the Support of People with Cognitive or Movement Impairments Working in Secretarial Positions

    John Garofalakis, Theodore Kondilis, George Mavritsakis, Maria Rigou & Panagiotis Destounis, Computer Technology Inst., Greece

    In spite of the growing interest in interaction design, there remains a large user population that needs special interest; users with special needs. These users can dramatically benefit from... More

    pp. 402-408

  18. Improving Motivation by Flexible Course Organization: Case Study on Telecommunicatios Education

    Joao-Batista Destro-Filho, State Univ. of Campinas, Brazil; Jose-Paulo Breda-Destro, OasiSTEC Foundation, Brazil

    This paper proposes a simple method for improving student motivation, which is based on the following principle: the pedagogical strategy to be followed by the teacher must be flexible and fit to... More

    pp. 409-410

  19. Crossing Boundaries: An Integrative Architecture for Campus-Wide Digital Libraries in Research Universities

    Barbara Dewey, Univ. of Tennessee, United States

    This paper examines the creation of robust digital libraries and information systems using a campus-wide architectural model through two means: 1) an analysis of selected Digital Library... More

    pp. 411-412

  20. Digital Image Deployment: Production and “Studio” Models for Research Libraries

    Barbara Dewey, Univ. of Tennessee, United States

    This paper examines the creation of production and "studio" models for digital image deployment for teaching, learning, and creation of multimedia scholarship. Two new services being developed at... More

    pp. 413-414