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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. DESIGNING EFFECTIVE USER-INTERFACES For COMPUTERBASED And WEB-BASED TRAINING PROGRAMS

    Peter Fenrich, British Columbia Inst. of Technology, Canada

    This highly visual and interactive presentation on designing effective user-interfaces gives practical guidelines on what works and what doesn't work in designing and developing computer-based... More

    pp. 486-488

  2. Drawing Together in the Classroom: an Application of the "cartable électronique" Project.

    Christine Ferraris, Christian Martel & Philippe Brunier, Equipe SysCom - Université de Savoie, France

    This paper describes a collaborative drawing software developped within the "cartableélectronique" ® project, in collaboration with teachers and children. It is a groupware which is intended to be ... More

    pp. 489-494

  3. Situating Training for Early Childhood Educators in An Authentic Multimedia Learning Environment: The Case of Chelsea

    Gail Fitzgerald, Univ. of Missouri-Columbia, United States; Louis Semrau, Arkansas State Univ., United States

    p. 495

  4. Children as Design Partners: A Qualitative Study of Process and Products

    Gail Fitzgerald, Hsinyi Peng & Ran-Young Hong, Univ. of Missouri-Columbia, United States

    This paper reports the process and results of a qualitative study conducted in a graduate course on designing hypermedia learning environments for children. Learning to produce software using ... More

    pp. 496-497

  5. Students’ Evaluation of Web Sites: An Exploratory Study

    Susan Colaric & Sarah FitzPatrick, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

    Although the Web is convenient for finding information, it is not necessarily reliable. While opportunities exist for students to hear about evaluation strategies there is no data to suggest... More

    pp. 498-503

  6. A North American Nationally Distributed Multimedia Course

    Janice Fletcher, Laurel Branen & Erik Anderson, Univ. of Idaho, United States

    A multi-modal course, Feeding Young Children in Group Settings, was developed and offered for mass audiences in the Western hemisphere. The diversity of a mass audience provides special... More

    pp. 504-505

  7. New Possibility in Medical Education

    Erzsebet Forczek, SZTE, Hungary

    p. 506

  8. INTERCULTURAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDIES IN THE RUSSIAN ON THE NET LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

    Nina Forsblom, Tampere Univ. of Technology, Finland

    The purpose of this article is to describe the learning environment (More

    pp. 507-511

  9. Supporting Faculty in the Design and Structuring of Web-based Courses

    Howard Freeman, Jos Boys & Steve Ryan, De Montfort Univ., United Kingdom

    This paper reports on the development of CEDOT, a tool to support academics in the collaborative and iterative planning, development, creation and delivery of courses. It provides an environment ... More

    pp. 514-519

  10. Evaluating the impact of multimedia learning environments: visit to a virtual primary school

    Fiona French, Univ. of North London, United Kingdom; Ian Cumpson, Univ. of Greenwich, United Kingdom; Ruth Wood, Kingston Univ., United Kingdom

    p. 520

  11. Quality in Web-Supported Learning

    Jill Fresen, Univ. of Pretoria

    Are we meeting the needs of our learners? Are we fulfilling our vision of excellence in learning? How do we marry the theory of Quality Assurance with the service we offer, with particular... More

    pp. 521-522

  12. The Application for Hand-written Recognition in order to Search on Electric KANJI Dictionaries for Non-Japanese Learners

    Shinichi Fujita, Kazuto Yamada & Koji Iida, Waseda Univ., Japan; ChunChen Lin, Univ. of Tokyo Foreign Language, Japan; Seinosuke Narita, Waseda Univ., Japan

    Due to increasing internationalization, more and more people are trying to learn Japanese. In spite of a lingering recession, Japan has a strong influence in economic and technology areas. Many... More

    pp. 523-524

  13. Learning Data Mining – A Tool for Understanding Knowledge Discovery and Qualitative Data Analysis

    Satoru Fujitani, Mejiro Univ. College, Japan

    This paper reports the development of a system for learning data mining and multivariate analysis methods. A work-in-progress developing tool deals with one procedure for qualitative data ... More

    pp. 525-526

  14. Distance Training as part of a Distance Consulting solution

    Giovanni Fulantelli, Giuseppe Chiazzese & Mario Allegra, Italian National Research Council, Italy

    Distance Training models, when integrated in a more complex framework, such as a Distance Consulting model, present specific features and impose a revision of the strategies commonly adopted in... More

    pp. 527-532

  15. A Generator and a Meta Specification Language for Courseware

    Bernd Gaede, FORWISS, Germany; Herbert Stoyan, FAU Erlangen, Germany

    Courseware has to reflect the learning situation coined by contents, learning goals, characteristics of the learner, technical conditions etc. The efficient creation of appropriately designed... More

    pp. 533-540

  16. New Media in the Design of a Learners' Dictionary

    Johann Gamper, Free University of Bozen, Italy; Judith Knapp, European Academy of Bozen, Italy

    In this paper we present an interdisciplinary research project which aims at developing an electronic vocabulary acquisition system for the German and the Italian language (ELDIT). The basic... More

    pp. 541-546

  17. In Search of a Web Course Management Tool: Selection and Evaluation of web course management tool

    Radha Ganesan, Syracuse Univ., United States; Michael Spector, IDDE, United States

    With the Internet's rapid growth, the web has become a powerful, global, interactive, dynamic and democratic medium of learning and teaching at a distance (Khan, 1997). The significance of using... More

    pp. 547-548

  18. The on-line course will get better! How to minimize critical success factors for on-line courses

    Marilene Garcia, Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, Brazil

    The results presented here are part of a larger study, organized in the Department of Post-Graduate Studies at the University Anhembi Morumbi, Brazil, that investigates and defines the borders,... More

    pp. 549-550

  19. Virtual tutor training – The JOB Experience

    Ruth Garner, Learn Net Advisors & Research, United Kingdom; Margaret Dilloway, Bournville College of Further Education, United Kingdom

    The JOB project (JOB, 2000) was a European funded programme run between January 1998 to June 2000. This involved a consortium of partners in Birmingham, UK, and a network of transnational partners... More

    pp. 551-556

  20. The Necessity of Considering Cultural Influences in Online Collaborative Learning.

    Ruth Geer, Univ. of South Australia, Australia

    This paper utilises a model of technology-mediated interaction to highlight the importance of social interaction in the construction of a collaborative online learning community. Learning... More

    pp. 557-562