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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. Learner Led Learning in an Online Community The central role of the learner and its benefits

    Wim Veen, Sicco Santema & Ralph Genang, Delft Univ. of Technology; Betty Collis, Univ. of Twente

    Roles in online learning environments are changing towards leading learners or demand based learners if you wish. Learners do take ownership of their own learning process, and do take an active... More

    pp. 563-566

  2. Rethinking Education: From Teacher led to Learner Led Learning

    Ralph Genang, Delft Univ. of Technology

    An educational situation implies presence of individuals, objects of knowledge, mediate and immediate objectives and methods or processes. We developed in our educational situation, the Business... More

    pp. 567-571

  3. A WWW- Based Multimedia Framework for Medical Case Teaching

    Manfred Gengler & Oliver Findl, Univ. of Vienna, Austria

    We describe a software- framework designed to build multimedia presentations out of typical medical cases. These presentations "simulate" the common clinical examination. Starting from a picture of... More

    pp. 572-573

  4. Improving Access Using Simulations of Community Resources

    Clark Germann, Jane Kaufman Broida & Jeffrey Broida, Metropolitan State College of Denver, United States; Kimberly Thompson, Community Colleges of Colorado, United States

    The Community Access Through Technology Project (CATT) is developing and implementing virtual reality software that persons with disabilities can use to experience a physical location prior to... More

    pp. 576-581

  5. A Project for Supporting Photonics Development as a Modern University Research Centre

    Mihaela Ghelmez Ghelmez (Dumitru), Politehnica Univ. Of Bucharest, Romania

    The paper presents a programme that aims to prepare, by education and research activities, specialists with high qualification in the field of photonics. Within the context of a modern... More

    pp. 582-583

  6. DISTRIBUTED COGNITIVE TOOLS TO IMPROVE HIGH ORDER COGNITIVE SKILLS SUCH AS: ARGUMENTATION, NEGOTIATION AND RESTRUCTURING OF KNOWLEDGE.

    Max Giardina & Laila Oubenaissa, Univ. of Montreal, Canada

    Two problematic concerning information technologies and communication, one related to the new constraints of access modality, communication and organization of information on process of knowledge... More

    pp. 584-586

  7. Media and Innovation Take Technology Off-campus: The Institute for Technology Transfer

    Daniel Goulet & David Gibbs, Univ. of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

    Linking a university's computing technology resources with local businesses provides a win-win scenario for improving the technological life of both. The Institute for Technology Transfer, residing... More

    pp. 587-588

  8. PDAs: Learning in the Palm of Your Sweaty Little Hands

    Carol Gilley, University of Arkansas, United States; Donetta Ginn, University of Memphis, United States

    p. 589

  9. Computer and Internet Attitudes of Adult GED Students

    Carol Gilley, Univ. of Arkansas, United States

    This study measures the computer attitudes and Internet attitudes of adult General Equivalency Development (GED) students in the United States. Age, gender, education, location, income, computer/... More

    pp. 590-591

  10. Designing a Pedagogically Sound Web-based Interface: The Critical Role of Prior Knowledge

    Thanasis Giouvanakis, Haido Samaras & Konstantinos Tarabanis, Univ. of Macedonia, Greece

    this article we present our research and development efforts to design a pedagogically sound multimedia web-based learning interface. We take into consideration recent findings from the area of... More

    pp. 592-597

  11. Social Work Education, Teaching Pedagogy, and Computer-Facilitated Instruction in the United States: Results from a National Survey

    Debra Gohagan, Minnesota State University, United States

    This paper reports results from a national survey in the United States of the pedagogical practices used by social work educators who use and social work educators who do not use computer... More

    pp. 598-603

  12. Webering a Brazilian University: A successul case of change

    Pericles Gomes & Sonia Vermelho, Pontificial Universidade Catolica do Parana, Brazil

    p. 604

  13. GADEA: A General Framework for the Development of User Interfaces Adapted to Human Diversity

    Martin Gonzalez, Benjamin Lopez, Puerto Paule & Juan Manuel Cueva, Univ. of Oviedo, Spain

    The design of user interfaces adapted to the cognitive, perceptive or motor features of certain kind of users implies the development of different versions of the system, which is frequently too ... More

    pp. 605-607

  14. An Interactive System for Teaching Electronics

    Enrique Mandado, The Univ. of Vigo, Spain; Angel Salaverría, The Univ. of País Vasco, Spain, Spain; Julio González, Laurence Reitman & Tony Stagno, SUNY New Paltz, United States

    We have developed, tested and assessed a novel educational system for teaching electronics. To implement this system we have developed an "Interactive Lab" application program based on Visual Basic... More

    pp. 608-612

  15. The Implementation of E-learning in UK Higher Education

    Terence Goodison, The National Research Centre for ICT in Education Training and Employment, Univ. of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

    Higher education in the UK, as in many other countries, is experiencing a period of rapid change, not only because of advances in technology but also because the constructivist paradigm ... More

    pp. 613-618

  16. How to implement WBT into higher education

    Anna Grabowska, Technical Univ. of Gdansk, Poland

    p. 619

  17. DISTRIBUTED LEARNING INTRANET AND INTERNET APPLICATIONS

    Elinor Greene, TransTech Interactive Training, United States

    At a time when learning is finally recognized as a critical component to an organization's success, manufacturing industries are facing an overwhelming challenge to increase efficiency,... More

    pp. 620-621

  18. Development and Assessment of a Graduate Level Statistics Course Online

    Candace Gunnarsson, Xavier, United States

    This paper is a report on the development and assessment of a graduate level statistics course taught in an online setting. Students taking the newly developed statistics course online were... More

    pp. 622-623

  19. Use of videoconferencing with computer-supported co-operative work

    Peter J. Haubner, Univ. of Karlsruhe, Germany; Helmut Krueger & Sissel Guttormsen Schär, Swiss Federal Inst. of Technology, Switzerland

    An evaluation of distributed computer supported co-operative work (CSCW) in a project workshop for students utilising Internet-based videoconference technology, i s presented. The workshop has... More

    pp. 624-629

  20. Teaching University-Level Computer Science to High School Students over the Web

    Arto Haataja, Sirpa Kontkanen, Jarkko Suhonen & Erkki Sutinen, Univ. of Joensuu, Finland

    The need for novel approaches to attract high school students to information technology related careers is huge. At the same time, very few high school teachers have been trained to teach these... More

    pp. 630-635