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



Craig Montgomerie; Jarmo Viteli

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This conference has 4 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 608

  1. Designing a Virtual Laboratory for an Online Course in Microelectronics

    Gabriel Dima, Razvan Matei, Ciprian Cudalbu & Marcel Profirescu, EDIL R&D Centre, Univ. Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania

    The paper presents the design, development and implementation of a virtual laboratory associated to an online course in Microelectronics within the EDIT Distance Learning Network (EDIT DLN). This... More

    pp. 415-416

  2. Study of Thermal Phenomena in Junior High School A New Technology - Based Learning Environment.

    Panagiotis Dimitriadis, Lamprini Papatsimpa & George Kalkanis, Univ. Of Athens, Greece

    The use of the New Information Technologies in the laboratory of Natural Sciences leads to a satisfactory approach, by the students, to the scientific views in thermodynamics, when compared both... More

    pp. 417-418

  3. Are Experts Able to Predict Learner Problems During Usability Evaluations?

    Maia Dimitrova, Helen Sharp & Stephanie Wilson, City Univ. London, United Kingdom

    A number of approaches for expert-based evaluation of Instructional Multimedia have been proposed during the past few years. However, there is little evidence in the literature regarding how... More

    pp. 419-424


    Nomusa Dlodlo, National Univ. of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe; Nompilo Sithole, Solusi Univ., Zimbabwe

    In this paper, the author looks at how the Internet can help Africa develop educationally. The research also highlights the problems, which have caused the slow growth of Internet access in... More

    pp. 425-430


    Nomusa Dlodlo, Joseph Bhekizwe Dlodlo & Bighton Siyanda Masiye, National Univ. of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe

    Current workflow systems largely assume a closed network where all the software is available on a homogeneous platform and all participants are locally linked together at the same time. The field... More

    pp. 431-437

  6. Conceptions & Tensions, Theories of Action, for Embedding Learning Technologies in Higher Education

    Michael Dobson, Lancaster Univ., United Kingdom

    An evaluation studied the perceptions and structure of awareness in program designers involved in a consortium of programs for supporting embedding of learning technologies in higher education. ... More

    pp. 438-442

  7. Reflective Learning with Agent Simulations in Emergency Team Training

    Michael Dobson, Michael Pengelly, Walter Onynio & Julie-Ann Sime, Lancaster Univ., United Kingdom

    Learning in high fidelity virtual reality simulation environments presents great advantages to emergency training where real practice is impossible and drills are costly and ineffective in... More

    pp. 443-448

  8. Using PDP As A Skills Audit Tool To Support Professional Development

    Jenny Ms Ure, Univ. of Aberdeen, Aberdeen; Charles Dr Juwah, The Robert Gordon Univ., Aberdeen

    p. 449

  9. Quo vadis, School: Looking Back and Ahead or: How Can Schools Be Supported by Meaningful Online Services?

    Michael Drabe, Schulen ans Netz e.V., Germany

    Due to the german initiative "Schulen ans Netz" (schools online) a lot more schools were enabled to work with computers and networks than with any other experiment or pilot project so far. In... More

    pp. 450-455

  10. Computer Based Video Production

    Bogdan Dugonik & Matjaz Debevc, Faculty of EE&CS Maribor, Slovenia

    This article contains video production procedures for distance education systems. Important criteria for efficient preparation and production of video materials for distance education are the... More

    pp. 456-457

  11. Standardized Metadata for Education: a Status Report

    Erik Duval, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

    This paper starts with a brief background to worldwide standardization activities in the field of educational technologies. It then focuses on the specific area of metadata, and introduces the two... More

    pp. 458-463

  12. A Requirements Model for a Quality of Service-aware Multimedia Lecture on Demand System

    Earl F. Ecklund, Jr.,, UniK - Center for Technology at Kjeller, Norway; Jan Øyvind Aagedal, SINTEF Telecom and Informatics, Norway; Edvin Bach-Gansmo, Thomas Plagemann & Vera H. Goebel, Univ. of Oslo, Norway

    We present a case study in requirements modeling for a medical multimedia Lecture on Demand (LoD) system. Our focus is to produce a requirements model reflecting the functional and the Quality of... More

    pp. 464-465

  13. Improving Conference Design Through Better Use of Technology

    Allan Ellis, Southern Cross Univ., Australia; Roger Debreceny, Nanyang Technological Univ

    p. 466

  14. Accreditation of Prior Learning through Internet Technology

    Bruno Emans, Univ. of Amsterdam; Esther Oprins, CINOP; Jacobijn Sandberg, Univ. of Amsterdam

    This paper describes the CREDIT-system, an Internet-system that helps people with the assessment and accreditation of prior knowledge (APL). Users can have their knowledge assessed through the... More

    pp. 467-468

  15. Distributed Group Design Process: Lessons Learned

    Deniz Eseryel & Radha Ganesan, Syracuse Univ., United States

    A typical Web-based training development team consists of a project manager, an instructional designer, a subject-matter expert, a graphic artist, and a Web programmer. The typical scenario... More

    pp. 469-473

  16. Current Practice in Designing Training for Complex Skills: Implications for Design and Evaluation of ADAPTIT

    Deniz Eseryel, Univ. of Bergen, Norway/Syracuse Univ., United States; Marian Schuver-van Blanken, Dutch National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR); J. Michael Spector, Univ. of Bergen, Norway/ Syracuse Univ., United States

    ADAPTIT is a European project within the Information Society Technologies programme that is providing design methods and tools to guide training designers according to the latest cognitive... More

    pp. 474-479

  17. A Study of Technology Cost of Primary School in Taiwan

    Rong-Jyue Fang & Hung-Jen Yang, National Kaohsiung Normal Univ., Taiwan; Jui-Chen Yu, National Science & Technology Museum, Taiwan; Sun-Der Su, National Ping-Tong Teachers' College, Taiwan; Yun-Pin Chen, National Kaohsiung Normal Univ., Taiwan

    p. 480

  18. A Study of How Technology Influences Interior Design of Primary School

    Rong-Jyue Fang, National Kaohsiung Normal Univ., Taiwan; Sun-Der Su, National Ping-Tong Teachers' College, Taiwan; Hung-Jen Yang, National Kaohsiung Normal Univ., Taiwan; Yi-Hsiu Lu, Kaohsiung Normal Univ., Taiwan; Jui-Chen Yu, National Science & Technology Museum, Taiwan

    Impact of technology is always one of the major concern whenever applying technology. The purpose of this study was to analyze the technology influence on primary school interior design. Upon the... More

    pp. 481-482

  19. A Study of Teaching Belief of Using Technology in Taiwan Primary School

    Rong-Jyue Fang, Yi-Shian Jong & Hung-Jen Yang, National Kaohsiung Normal Univ., Taiwan; Jui-Chen Yu, National Science & Technology Museum, Taiwan; Hung-Ming Jang, National Kaohsiung Normal Univ., Taiwan

    p. 483

  20. The Hypermedia as Supporting Tool for the Learning Process

    Adriana Claudia Fantini & Marta Isabel Dans, Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia, Argentina

    The aim of this paper is to present an application of regional interest (a hypermedia on the province of Chubut –Argentina-) using the Hypermedia Model for Meaningful Learning (MHAS, its acronym ... More

    pp. 484-485