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

2003

Editors

David Lassner; Carmel McNaught

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Number of papers: 803

  1. College Students' Perceptions of and Attitudes toward Online Peer Assessment

    Chin-Chung Tsai & Meichun Wen, National Chiao Tung University, Institute of Education, Taiwan

    To investigate students' perceptions of online peer assessment, we developed a questionnaire and conducted an exploratory factor analysis using data from 257 college students. The instrument... More

    pp. 1883-1888

  2. Power of Visual Imagery in Multimedia Presentations: Semiotics Perspective

    Melda N. Yildiz, William Paterson University, United States

    This participatory study explores integrating visual imagery and instructional design into multimedia presentations in order to promote the importance of gaining media literacy skills and... More

    pp. 1889-1890

  3. The contribution of a multimedia language learning environment to the language learning process and outcome.

    Felicia Zhang, University of Canberra, Australia

    Advances in computer technology have enabled computers to be used widely in language learning. This paper examines the possible contribution of the structure of rhizome rather than trees to the... More

    pp. 1891-1895

  4. A Comprehensive Electronic Resource Center for Mathematics Educators in California

    Carol Fry Bohlin, Calfornia State University, Fresno, United States; Rajee Amarasinghe, California State University, Fresno, United States

    In 2002, the California State University (CSU) Chancellor's Office provided funds to develop an online community of mathematics educators throughout the 23-campus system. The Mathematics Educator... More

    pp. 1896-1899

  5. Faculty Preferences for Internet Applications

    Paul Henry, Program House, United States

    This presentation addresses the descriptive data from a quantitative survey about faculty preferences for Internet services and applications that are used in the context of their scholarly work.... More

    pp. 1900-1903

  6. Help wanted, please! Supporting beginning teachers through an electronic mentoring community

    Sandra Schuck, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

    The paper describes an electronic network developed to support beginning teachers in their first year of teaching. The difference between a traditional dyadic mentoring relationship and an... More

    pp. 1904-1912

  7. Faculty Buy-In And Sustainablity For Successful Implementation Of Online Degree Programs

    Clayton Allen & Rita Dobbs, The University of Texas at Tyler, United States

    This paper will include critical information for administrators and faculty in higher education to develop, implement, and maintain an on-line master's degree program in Technology/Human Resource... More

    pp. 1913-1916

  8. EduTechnoBand: Developing a School-Wide Professional Development Program in Educational Technology

    Cristiana Assumpcao, Colégio Bandeirantes, Brazil

    This paper proposes a model for professional development in a private Brazilian Middle and High School that addresses the complexities of implementing a program that will bring systemic change and ... More

    pp. 1917-1922

  9. Digit@l Did@ctics: Development of Teaching Staff

    Gerard Baars & Maarten van de Ven, OECR, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands; Gert-Jan Verheij, University of Groningen, Netherlands; Sylvia Walsarie Wolff, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

    This paper presents an innovative way of developing teaching staff: Digit@l Did@ctics. The Digit@l Did@ctics project was based on the following hypotheses: teachers prefer to learn and to receive... More

    pp. 1923-1926

  10. Impact of a Professional Development Project on University Faculty Members’ Perceptions and Use of Technology

    Hua Bai & James Lehman, Purdue University, United States

    This study describes how faculty members' perceptions and use of technology changed as a result of participation in the professional development activities of a PT3, Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers... More

    pp. 1927-1934

  11. The Confusing World of Intellectual Property, Ethics and Risk Taking

    Kenneth Clark, Georgia Southern University, United States; Michael DiSilvestro, Media/Professional Insurance, United States; Alice Hosticka, Georgia Southern University, United States

    Violating copyright laws becomes a more and more prevalent concern with the ease of producing and distributing intellectual property fixed in print, vocalizations and visual images. With electronic... More

    pp. 1935-1936

  12. TEC-e: Using a Mentorship Model for Faculty Technology Enrichment

    Jozenia Colorado, Carin Welch & Steven Smith, University of Kansas, United States

    TEC-e, or the Technology Enrichment Cohort, is a program that takes full advantage of resources in the School of Education at the University of Kansas. The program is designed to help faculty and ... More

    pp. 1937-1938

  13. e-Solutions in Training Elementary Education Teachers To Use Technology in The Classroom

    Fanny Contreras & Patricia Cabrera, Educational Informatics Coordination of the Latin-American Institute of Educational Communication, Mexico

    The Mexican National Program: Educational Informatics School Network of the Public Education Ministry has generated a huge demand of training and updating of Elementary School Teachers in order... More

    pp. 1939-1942

  14. Teacher Apprenticeship with Modeling-Based Inquiry and the Virtual Solar System

    Benjamin Deaton, Cynthia Minchew, Kenneth Hay & Art Recesso, Learning & Performance Support Laboratory at the University of Georgia, United States; Lynn Bryan, Science Education Department at the University of Georgia, United States

    This paper focuses on the latest iteration of the Virtual Solar System (VSS) project (Hay & Barab, 1998). The project is part of the Apprenticeship in Cyberspace program that aims to "[take]... More

    pp. 1943-1946

  15. Intensive training of educators in the use of Information Technology. Creating a constructivist learning environment. The case of Greece

    Panagiotis Dimitriadis, University of Athens, Greece; Lamprini Papatsiba, Univestity of Athens, Greece

    Nowadays, it is commonly accepted that the introduction of new technology into education presupposes that teachers are specialized in use of such technologies and moreover that are willing to adapt... More

    pp. 1947-1950

  16. Developing an Exemplar to Facilitate Staff Development in ICT Pedagogies

    Charmian Eckersley, Greg Boddy & Carol Richards, The University of Newcastle, Australia

    This paper describes the development of exemplars that not only use Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) but also demonstrate sound pedagogical principles for learning. Although 24,000... More

    pp. 1951-1954

  17. ADOPTION AND USE OF TECHNOLOGY-SUPPORTED LEARNER-CENTERED PEDAGOGIES: BARRIERS TO TEACHERS’ IMPLEMENTATION

    Peg Ertmer, James Lehman, SungHee Park, Jeffry Cramer & Karen Grove, Purdue University, United States

    Implementation of learner-centered pedagogies in K-12 classrooms poses a number of difficulties for teachers that are not readily addressed through traditional professional development efforts. In ... More

    pp. 1955-1958

  18. Lessons in eLearning and faculty development

    Chris Gianos & Suh-Pyng Ku, Marshall School of Buiness, USC, United States

    In early 2001 the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California began a process of incorporating eLearning experiments into its curriculum to learn more about online learning... More

    pp. 1959-1960

  19. Supporting Distance Education Instructors at a Distance: Lessons Learned

    Karen Hallett, Chris Essex & Tom Watson, Indiana University, United States

    As online courses proliferate in traditional institutions of higher education, increasing numbers of programs are hiring instrurctors that live and work in distant locations. This creates special ... More

    pp. 1961-1962

  20. ”Soundtracks Made Simple: Creating, Editing, and Streaming Audio and Video”

    Barbara Harbach, University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, United States

    "Soundtracks Made Simple: Creating, Editing, and Streaming Audio and Video" will teach the fundamentals, vocabulary, techniques, and issues of audio and video creation and editing. The software,... More

    pp. 1963-1965