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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. Toward a Conceptual Framework for the Development of Online Learning Systems

    John Biggam, Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom

    The drive for eLearning in the world of education appears inexorable and is reflected in the plethora of initiatives both in the UK and further afield. However, numerous university eLearning... More

    pp. 296-303

  2. E2ML - Educational Environment Modeling Language

    Luca Botturi, NewMinE Lab, Switzerland

    E2ML is a modeling language specifically developed for the design of educational environments. It models the goals, requirement and design of the teaching and learning activity. Its core parts are ... More

    pp. 304-311

  3. Another Educational Multimedia Project Disaster?

    James Clements, Towson University, United States

    This paper discusses the potential, and reality, of educational multimedia systems. To date, a number of multimedia projects can be classified as failed projects. Factors contributing to project ... More

    pp. 312-315

  4. Developing real-life driving simulations for novice driver education

    Craig Cockerton, Waikato Innovation Centre for eEducation, New Zealand; Robert Isler, University of Waikato, New Zealand

    This paper will describe the technological aspects of producing live-action videos of real traffic scenarios for a new driver education training CD-ROM (CD DRIVES) aimed at novice drivers in New... More

    pp. 316-317

  5. On the use of standards for teaching material

    Tobias Hofmann & Charles A. Wüthrich, Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany

    This paper presents the connections and interactions between data, metadata, structure and standards. Standards regulating the formats of data, metadata and structures have been collected and are... More

    pp. 318-321

  6. Innovation: Tiered architecture applied to web-centric training venues

    Dan McGowan, Dan McGowan Consulting, United States

    Tiered architectures in developing software equates to partitioning systems so they can be effectively developed and maintained. By applying these concepts in the realm of e-Learning, training... More

    pp. 322-325

  7. Awareness Facilities for Virtual Communities

    Raul Morales Salcedo, Yano Yoneo & Kenji Matsuura, Tokushima University, Japan

    This paper presents an approach to develop and to integrate highly diverse resources in learning spaces via presonalizable interfaces and virtual collaboration areas. The diversity of these... More

    pp. 326-330

  8. The Development and Evaluation of a Multimedia Application Designed to Assist Greek Deaf Children During their Early Stages of Reading

    Paraskevi Mentzelou, Technological Educational Institution of Thessaloniki, Greece

    This study presents a multimedia application that has been designed mainly to assist deaf children in Greece during their early stages of reading but also to assist children who are "poor" readers ... More

    pp. 331-332

  9. New LMS-developments within public-private partnerships

    Burkhard Priemer, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany; Rolf Zajonc, Novasoft GmbH Rüsselsheim, Germany

    In this paper public-private partnerships are analyzed with respect to training needs and experiences gained in e-learning collaborations. Similar interests of universities and companies are... More

    pp. 333-336

  10. Using the Web for diffusing multimedia lectures: a case study.

    Marco Ronchetti, Università di Trento, Italy

    The typical teaching approach, at least when classes are large, is still the classical lecture. By using the new high-speed Internet lines reaching the homes, it possible is to limit some of the... More

    pp. 337-340

  11. Multimedia in Education: an overview

    nicoletta sala, university of italian switzerland, Switzerland

    The term multimedia describes a number of diverse technologies that allow visual and audio media to be taken and combined in new ways for the purpose of communicating. The aim of this paper is to... More

    pp. 341-344

  12. Interactive Learning Structures Environment: An Alternative Pedagogy

    Shahin Vassigh, University at Buffalo, United States

    This following paper outlines the development of a multi-media educational software package as an alternative pedagogy to the traditional approaches in teaching structural and building technology... More

    pp. 345-348

  13. Ontological Hypermedia in Education: A framework for building web-based educational portals

    Arouna Woukeu, Gary Wills, Grainne Conole, Leslie Carr, Simon Kampa & Wendy Hall, University of Southampton, United Kingdom

    The World Wide Web offers access to a wealth of educational material; yet these are often weakly interlinked and fail to make explicit any real-world relationships. Ontological engineering support ... More

    pp. 349-357

  14. SPACE-Social Participation All-encompassing Collaborative Environment

    Zainab Alikhan, Dai Kojima, Audrey Heinesen & Natsumi Moyama, Teachers College, Columbia University, United States

    The purpose of this project is to design and develop a collaborative Course Management System called SPACE with which students and teachers will experience successful online learning by developing... More

    pp. 358-360

  15. Reduction of Attrition and Fail Grades In An Online Module Using Student Screening and Supplemental Instruction Lectures

    Scott Beckstrand, Community College of Southern Nevada, United States

    This paper compares the results of an online delivery with the same delivery supplemented by pre-screening and online tutorials. The original study was conducted in 1999 using the Internet... More

    pp. 361-362


    latifa boursas, FernUniversitaet Hagen, Germany

    The EU-funded project CUBER strives to develop a web-based course broker facility where prospective students can inform about study programs offered by the CUBER partners. As these students might... More

    pp. 363-366

  17. An Architectural System for Constructing Temporal Interface of Major Topics in Learning Forum

    Chih-Kai Chang & Dong-Yih Bau, Da-Yeh University, Taiwan

    After an instructor has used a web-based forum in a course for years, the system database will contain an accumulation of discussion messages with date tagged from different classes within a course... More

    pp. 367-368

  18. A Multimedia Teaching Case Learning System for Medical Education

    Yuh-Ming Cheng & Lih-Shyang Chen, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan; Ying-Feng Huang, Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital, Taiwan; Jyh-Hong Chen & Chyi Her Lin, National Cheng Kung University Hospital, Taiwan

    Case-based learning in the medical field involves the presentation of clinical cases as a means of learning basic medical and clinical science. In this paper, our proposed system, called HINTS ... More

    pp. 369-372

  19. Battling the Tyranny of the Thousands with a SWoRD: Scaffolded Writing and ReWriting in the Discipline

    Kwangsu Cho, LRDC, UNIV. of PITTSBURGH, United States; Christian Schunn, LRDC, UNIV. of Pittsburgh, United States

    This paper describes how SWoRD (Scaffolded Writing and Rewriting in the Discipline), a web-based application, supports the process of writing practice by supporting inaccurate student peer reviews.... More

    pp. 373-376

  20. Demonstration of SWoRD: Scaffolded Writing and ReWriting in the Discipline

    Kwangsu Cho & Christian Schunn, LRDC, UNIV. of PITTSBURGH, United States

    This paper describes how SWoRD (Scaffolded Writing and Rewriting in the Discipline), a web-based application, supports the process of writing practice by improving inaccurate student peer reviews. ... More

    pp. 377-378