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ED-MEDIA 2003--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications



David Lassner; Carmel McNaught

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This conference has 13 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 803

  1. Past Viewer: Development of Wearable Learning System

    We have developed a system that helps users acquire historical viewpoints using a wearable computer. This is accomplished by overlaying incidents from the past and live scenes from the present on a... More

    pp. 945-946

  2. Integrating Synchronous with Asynchronous: Bringing Off-campus Students to Virtual Classroom

    Ang Yang & Dr Kinshuk, Massey University, New Zealand

    Although web-based learning systems (WBLS) have a lot of advantages over traditional face-to-face learning, they have certain limitations that hinder the learning process. For example, current web ... More

    pp. 947-954

  3. The C++ Tracing Tutor: Visualizing Computer Program Behavior for Beginning Programming Courses

    Rika Yoshii & Alastair Milne, California State University San Marcos, United States

    Abstract: The C++ Tracing Tutor is a Web-delivered tutoring system for students in beginning programming courses. The Tutor provides conversational tutoring using a visual model of a running... More

    pp. 955-958

  4. Face to Face in a New Learning Space

    Alison Young, UNITEC Institute of Technology, New Zealand

    Abstract: The construction of a new building primarily for the School of Computing and Information Technology at UNITEC gave us the opportunity to rethink the layout of the computer laboratories... More

    pp. 959-962

  5. Applying a web-based PBL in an undergraduate agriculture classroom

    Hsiu-Ping Yueh & Weichen Lin, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

    This paper is to present a case study of applying problem-based learning in the format of web-based environment. It first describes the features and rationale behind problem-based learning... More

    pp. 963-969

  6. WASP - Build your own web-based, interactive, patient simulation cases

    Nabil Zary & Uno GH Fors, LIME, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

    Computer based patient case simulation systems have during the recent years been introduced in medical education to allow students to "meet" more cases that are educationally optimized and adapted ... More

    pp. 970-972

  7. WASP -a generic web-based, interactive, patient simulation system with built-in case authoring

    Nabil Zary & Uno GH Fors, LIME, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

    Computer based patient case simulation systems have during the recent years been introduced in medical education to allow students to "meet" more cases that are educationally optimized and adapted ... More

    pp. 973-976

  8. Multimedia Projects: University Professors Connect with Classroom Teachers

    Mary Kay Bacallao, St. Thomas University, United States; Tom Frederick, Golden Glades Elementary, United States; Aldo Bacallao, St. Thomas University, United States

    As the culminating activity of a three-year working relationship between university teacher education professors and classroom teachers, each professor and teacher worked with their respective... More

    pp. 977-978

  9. A New Structured Approach to Alleviate Disorientation in a Hypermedia Environment

    Emad Bataineh, Zayed University, United Arab Emirates

    One of the current problems with hypermedia systems is the difficulty to determine where a particular segment of information is located in relation to the overall application structure.This... More

    pp. 979-980

  10. Interactive Guided Reading on a CD for distance learners

    The presentation will show a learning environment developed (for distance learners), which allows guided, active and interactive reading of an article describing research and theory on human... More

    pp. 981-983

  11. The New Media Juke Box - a multimedia project

    Luca Botturi, Terry Inglese & Sabrina Rozalèn, NewMinE Lab, Switzerland

    The New Media Juke-Box is an experiment carried out at the University of Lugano in collaboration with the RTSI – Radio and Television of Italian-speaking Switzerland. The goal of the project was... More

    pp. 984-989

  12. Three-Dimensional Printing on a Budget: a Classroom-Friendly Technique for Viewing and Visualizing Solid Objects

    Diana Butter, U. of Colorado, Boulder, United States; Tyler Nielsen, U. of Colorado, United States; Michael Eisenberg, Jeremy Garcia & Ryan Lewis, U. of Colorado, Boulder, United States

    Representing and understanding three-dimensional structures is a central problem in mathematics and science education. This paper describes a software system, Spectre, that can be used to print out... More

    pp. 990-993


    Valentina David, Bethune-Cookman College, United States

    Abstract: This paper reports the rise of video streaming for educators and learners for online education. The development of today's technology has made it possible for pedagogically appropriate... More

    pp. 994-997

  14. Light Bridge: Visual Media in Support of Teacher Education

    James Fouche & Brett Christie, Sonoma State University, United States

    Our video festival session will present the results of a four-year effort to infuse technology into university-based teacher education. One of the major features of this endeavor has been revised ... More

    pp. 998-999

  15. Redesign of a Traditional Chemistry Laboratory

    Antonio Guerra, Monterrey Tech Campus State of Mexico, Mexico

    This paper shows the experience at Monterrey Tech. Mexico. Since 1999, we have been developing the Interactive Digital Laboratory (IDL) concept, this is a semi-virtual environment, in which the... More

    pp. 1000-1002

  16. Online Video Analysis System for Video-based Correction System

    Yoshiaki Hada, Hiroaki Ogata, Kazuhide Kanenishi & Yoneo Yano, Tokushima University, Japan

    This paper focuses on an online video analysis system for video-based correction system. The video correction system called Viclle can correct a video to instruct on language learning. In order to ... More

    pp. 1003-1010

  17. A Comparison of Different Formats for Presenting Example Problems in Basic Engineering Web-Based Learning Modules

    Richard Hall, Ralph Flori, Vikas Yellamraju, Pradeepkumar Subramanian & Timothy Philpot, University of Missouri - Rolla, United States

    The purpose of this experiment was to compare three different formats for presenting example problems within Basic Engineering Web-Based learning modules. After seeing a lecture over the shear... More

    pp. 1011-1014

  18. Using a Virtual Media Magazine to improve media extensive lectures

    Beda Christoph Hammerschmidt & Volker Linnemann, Institute for Information Systems, University of Lübeck, Germany; Oliver Schmitt, Institute for Anatomy, University of Lübeck, Germany

    In today's universities medical education requires extensive use of media for illustration. The usual types of media are slides, photos, radiographic films, written documentation and different... More

    pp. 1015-1018

  19. File Types, Formats, Compression and Other Options: Understanding and Optimizing Graphics, Audio and Video

    Jeffrey Hecht, Northern Illinois University, United States

    The number and types of different graphic, audio and video file formats available through today's software provides users an almost bewildering number of options. Certain combinations of file... More

    pp. 1019-1021

  20. Introducing an Interpretive Layer between Document Collections and Learning Material

    Eva Heinrich, Massey University, New Zealand; Frederic Andres, National Institute of Informatics, Japan

    This paper introduces an approach, called stories, to build a bridge between document collections annotated by meta data and the use of these documents to construct learning material. The main... More

    pp. 1022-1027