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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. Multimedia Chinese Teaching Tool Using 3D Virtual Space

    Motofumi Fukuda, Waseda University, Japan

    The process of learning native language is a fruit of cognitive psychology. The authors thought that if we could learn a foreign language in the same process as we learn our native language, we... More

    pp. 379-380

  2. Incorporating Educational Technology in Electronics Lab


    In the context of this paper we present a low cost communication platform able to succeed in the transition of traditional class delivery, to multimedia delivery via web. A constructivist approach ... More

    pp. 381-384

  3. A web-based tool for online language recognition, text segmentation and name recognition of texts

    Lilian Karlsson, University of Gävle, Sweden

    Abstract: This proposal is about PALaTe-LTN (PALaTe-Language identification, Text segmentation, Name recognition), a web-based tool for online language recognition, text segmentation and name... More

    p. 385

  4. Effects of Interactive Navigational Map and Spatial Ability

    Kyung-Hyun Kim, University of Iowa, United States; K. Sun Kim, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States

    This study investigates how an interactive navigational map influences learning on a Web-based instructional system. More specifically, the study focuses on the effect of an interactive... More

    pp. 386-387

  5. Development of a Web-based English Correction System

    Etsuo Kobayashi & Shinobu Nagashima, Rikkyo University, Japan; Mitsuaki Hayase & Ryo Nagata, Mie University, Japan

    The prototype of an online Web-based English error-checking system will be demonstrated. The system is now being developed to help non-native students of English to improve their English... More

    pp. 388-389

  6. Implementing Courseware Management Systems: Off-the-Shelf Purchase or In-House Development?

    Joe Luca & Arshad Omari, Edith Cowan University, Australia

    In the past decade there has been a proliferation of courseware management systems being developed and promoted as a means of simplifying the creation and management of instructional websites.... More

    pp. 390-393

  7. Producing Community In An Online Or Web-Enhanced Environment

    Brian Mackie & Norbert Ziemer, Northern Illinois University, United States

    Abstract: It is our belief that for an online or web-enhanced environment to truly be beneficial to its participants, a participant centric community has to be developed. The participants need to... More

    pp. 394-395

  8. Using Video Lectures and Course Management Software to Supplement a Traditional Classroom-based Course

    Thomas McMillan & Denise LeGrand, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, United States

    In a modern metropolitan university it is difficult to accommodate adult students whose work schedules are not compatible with class schedules. These incompatibilities arise because, for example,... More

    pp. 396-397

  9. Exploration-net: Online collaboration

    Inge Molenaar, Ontdeknet, Netherlands

    Abstract: Ontdeknet aims to make knowledge and skills in society accessible to education with the use of an electronic learning environment. Students and citizens collaborated in this environment. ... More

    pp. 398-400

  10. iTree : The mobile phone software for visualizing the learner's interaction on BBS

    Jun Nakahara, National Institute of Multimedia Education, Japan; Shinichi Hisamatsu, Keio University, Japan; Kazaru Yaegashi, Musashino Art University, Japan; Yuhei Yamauchi, The University of Tokyo, Japan

    We developed the BBS support software called iTree. iTree can visualize the current status of learner's interaction on BBS in order to facilitate learner's participation in online discussion on BBS... More

    pp. 401-404

  11. Supporting learning with content, tools and community: Thinking outside of the learning management system box

    Wayne Nelson, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, United States; David Palumbo, Sapient Corporation, United States; Paula Wellings, Tarantula Learning Co., United States; Randall Smith, SIUE, United States

    This paper summarizes a comprehensive project that provides tools, content and community to assist learners to achieve state teacher certification standards. The project uses a commercial learning ... More

    pp. 405-408

  12. Development of WebAngel: Proxy-Based Navigation-Support System for Learning from the Web

    Takahiro Noda, Hitoshi Seshimo, Tetsuya Ura, Mina Maruyama, Akimichi Tanaka & Tokiichiro Takahashi, NTT Cyber Solutions Laboratories, Japan

    We have developed a learning-support system, called WebAngel, using World Wide-Web resources. Web resources are attractive for educational use but they are not completely suitable because they do... More

    pp. 409-414

  13. BRIX — Elements for Language Course Creation

    Manisa Sawatpanit & Dan Suthers, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, Dept. of Information and Computer Sciences, United States; Stephen Fleming, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, National Foreign Language Resources Center, United States

    This paper describes the development of a courseware authoring tool, BRIX, which was built specifically for the second language acquisition domain. A needs analysis identified specific requirements... More

    pp. 415-422

  14. Bridging an LCMS and an LMS: a Blackboard Building Block for the ARIADNE Knowledge Pool System

    Pieter Vandepitte, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium; Leen Van Rentergem, Erik Duval, Stefaan Ternier & Filip Neven, K.U.Leuven, Belgium

    Abstract: In this paper, a model is proposed to interconnect Learning Management Systems (LMS's) with Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS's). In particular, we discuss a Building Block we... More

    pp. 423-424

  15. Web-based Adaptive Test for Examining Chinese Pronunciation Ability Levels Using Chinese Pinyin

    ming yin, Narita Laboratory, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Japan

    This paper proposed a new method for estimating a learner's Chinese pronunciation ability levels. This method examines time cost and percentage of correct answers when the learner marks... More

    pp. 425-431

  16. Learner model servers: personalization of web based educational applications based on digital collections.

    Gerardo Ayala & Rosa Paredes, Universidad de las Americas, Mexico

    We introduce a learner model server for the personalization of more than one learning environment based on digital collections of educational resources. In this paper we present the learner model... More

    pp. 432-435

  17. Using the JSP Model 2 architecture modelling agents for a lifelong learning environment

    Gerardo Ayala & Nobuji Saito, Universidad de las Americas, Mexico

    We had developed CASSIEL as a prototype of an agent-based lifelong learning environment (Ayala, 2002). For it's implementation, we applied the JSP Model 2 Architecture for web applications... More

    pp. 436-443

  18. FalconEye™: Human-Interactive Agent Technologies at Work in Recurring Enterprise Security Awareness Training and Automated Policy Enforcement

    Robert Bagnall, MUSE iNNOVATIONS, United States

    Affordable, distributed end-user training has been an elusive goal for enterprise technologists. The costs associated with wide-scale development, distribution, and tracking, of an enterprise... More

    pp. 444-447

  19. The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for Assessing Pedagogical Agent Persona

    Amy Baylor & Jeeheon Ryu, Florida State University, United States

    This paper describes the development and validation of an instrument for measuring pedagogical agent persona as perceived by the learner. After collating items used to assess agent persona from... More

    pp. 448-451

  20. The Effects of Pedagogical Agent Voice and Animation on Learning, Motivation and Perceived Persona

    Amy Baylor, Jeeheon Ryu & E Shen, Florida State University, United States

    This 2x2 factor experimental study investigated the effects of pedagogical agent voice (human, machine-generated) and animation (present, absent) on learning, motivation, and perceived pedagogical ... More

    pp. 452-458