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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. Designing Learning-Effective and Cost-Effective Online Learning

    Francis Harvey, Drexel University, United States

    Teacher educators identify improved learning, increased student enrollment, and program revenues (the opportunity to tap into a 400-million Internet user pool of potential students) as reasons for ... More

    pp. 189-192

  2. Needs Analysis on instructors' and learners' perceptions for an online foreign languege course

    Keiko Kitade, University of Hawaii at Manoa and Ritsumeikan University, Japan

    Online language instruction has increased notably in last few years. However, curriculum of most online language courses is designed based on the instructors f assumptions focusing on what the new ... More

    pp. 193-194

  3. Design and Development of an Interactive, Collaborative, Online Course --- A Constructivist Approach

    rui li & Susan Gunn, St. Edwards University, United States

    More and more universities have begun using the Web to deliver courses to internal and external students. However, very often, instructors in online courses have been trying to replace traditional... More

    pp. 195-198

  4. A Needs Assessment and a Design for a Distance Education System: The Rural Advanced Community of Learners (RACOL)

    Craig Montgomerie, University of Alberta, Canada; Cathy King, Netera Alliance, Canada; Ken Dropko, Fort Vermilion School Division, Canada

    One of the major challenges to remote communities is to provide quality education to their inhabitants. Rural Advanced Community of Learners (RACOL) is bringing a new standard for distance delivery... More

    pp. 199-206

  5. Commerce & Management Education(Distance mode) through E-Learning:Acase study of YCMOU

    Pandit Palande, Yashwantrao chavan maharastra Open university, India

    The success of web-based learning (WBL) has been well-accepted and sometimes taken for granted in distance education. There is a need for continuous evaluation of this mode of learning both from... More

    pp. 207-214

  6. Distance calculus students’ understanding of derivative

    Glenn Smith, David Ferguson & Sumita Gupta, Stony Brook University, United States

    In distance college level calculus courses using the new math-oriented tools supporting formulas, diagrams and graphs for two-way communication, how do how students' understanding of derivative... More

    pp. 215-220

  7. Progression From Music Appreciation Courseware-Package to Web Based Learning Modules

    David Sonnenschein, Northeastern University, United States

    Current thinking in educational technology seems to indicate a move away from courseware design in favor of Web based learning modules. Until recently, designers of music appreciation courseware... More

    pp. 221-224

  8. Team Training through Distance Learning

    Cheryl Tibaudo, Ontar Corporation, United States; Barbara Sorensen, US AFRL/HEA, United States; John Schroeder, Ontar Corporation, United States

    This paper describes TENOR - the Training and Education Network On Request training and education system developed by the Ontar Corporation. TENOR is a multi-media, adaptive training system, where... More

    pp. 225-226

  9. On-Line Statistical Outlier Detection of irregular learning processes for e-learning

    Maomi Ueno, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan

    Recently, distance education by using e-Learning has been popular in actual educational situations. However, there is a problem that the instruction strategy tends to be one way, and so it... More

    pp. 227-234

  10. Innovative Assessment for Web-Based Distance Learning Environments

    Kay Wijekumar, The Pennsylvania State University Beaver, United States; Lon Ferguson, Diane Wagoner & V Wijekumar, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, United States

    Assessment is the most critical component of any learning environment and web-based distance learning courses are no exception to this rule. This paper highlights the needs for assessment and... More

    pp. 235-240

  11. SCORM-wrapped Simulation based Systems for Maritime Education and Training

    Wolfgang Busse & Harro Kucharzewski, MarineSoft GmbH, Germany; Sybille Hambach, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Rostock, Germany; Velko Naumov, Technical University Varna, Bulgaria; Katrin Gläsel, MarineSoft GmbH, Germany

    It will be shown for typical MET Software like Engine Room Simulator, Marine Language Training and Maritime Safety Training Systems how content and result presentation can be partly wrapped in a... More

    pp. 241-242

  12. Early experiences in enabling mobility in the learning environment

    David Williamson & Thomas Ho, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, United States

    Almost five years of experience with a learning management system (LMS) in a university setting has been an enriching personal and professional journey. Especially, the use of an LMS in... More

    pp. 243-245

  13. Internet-based 3D Graphical MOO Software that Supports Distributed Learning for both Sides of the Digital Divide

    James Jones, University of North Texas, United States

    This interactive session will demonstrate a 3D graphical on-line multi-user software system that the Department of Technology and Cognition at the University of North Texas has been pilot testing... More

    pp. 246-248

  14. Surveying the Impact of Full Motion Video In Post-Secondary Teaching Environments: Alberta Video Classroom Network Evaluation

    Cathy King, Netera Alliance, Canada; Craig Montgomerie, University of Alberta, Canada

    This paper focuses on how video classroom environments impact teaching over distance. An evaluative study was conducted with individuals who use, administer and provide technical support in MPEG2... More

    pp. 249-252

  15. Global Perspectives on Quality in Online Higher Education

    Catherine McLoughlin & Tony Visser, Australian Catholic University, Australia

    The quality of online education is a central issue for the sustainable delivery, development and future of technology-supported learning. A significant issue in this regard is that while there is a... More

    pp. 253-256

  16. Reusable Learning Objects: Current Status and Future Directions

    Permanand Mohan, The University of the West Indies, Trinidad And Tobago; Jim Greer, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

    This paper provides a comprehensive overview of the current status of learning objects and identifies some important issues for future development. It gives a broad overview of the standardization ... More

    pp. 257-264

  17. Digital Campus: Experiencing the Lifestyle in the Realm of Virtual World

    Ryo Nishide, Hiroyuki Hiura, Satoshi Kitamura, Masaaki Ohnishi, Norishige Morita & Shinichi Ueshima, Kansai University, Japan

    This paper presents lifestyle in a multipurpose Digital Campus facilitating for a better e-Learning environment as the core of the research. This elaborate Digital Campus is created in a 3D system ... More

    pp. 265-272

  18. Incorporating interoperability into a distributed eLearning system

    In this article the incorporation of interoperability into a distributed eLearning system, namely the ActiveDocument platform, is considered. Three degrees of interoperability are defined for such ... More

    pp. 273-282

  19. Cooperative Maintenance of a Content Pool for Learning

    In this paper we present our first results about our framework of shared pools for content and course material. We explain how this content and material can be developed between very different... More

    pp. 283-291

  20. Educational Hypermedia Applications: Design Based on Content Models

    Pilar Acosta, Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico; Jose Maria Monguet, Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain; Roberto Rodriguez, Universidad A. de Ciudad Juárez, Mexico

    The amount, complexity and diversity of educational hypermedia applications are a real challenge as regards to the development process of such applications. In an attempt to improve that process,... More

    pp. 292-295