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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. Increasing Your Response Rates With On-Line Data Collection: A Demonstration of Technology Integration at the Administrative Level

    Carolyn Fidelman, Evaluation Services, United States; Meredith Keller, Regis College, United States

    We will demonstrate a self-maintaining workshop evaluation system, a technology integration survey, and a basic skills survey, and a licensure checklist for use in preservice teacher assessment and... More

    p. 637

  2. Tips and Tricks for First Time WebCT 3.8 Users

    Marie-Pierre Huguet, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States

    At the end of the 2001 fall semester, the course development team of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Professional and Distance Education was assigned the responsibility of setting up and... More

    pp. 638-639

  3. Handling material in learning activities. The Knowledge Infrastructure KOIN

    Barbara Kleinen & Michael Herczeg, University of Lübeck, Germany

    This paper focuses on the software support for handling materials during learning activities. Learners must be provided a rich learning environment offering not only material, but also an... More

    pp. 640-643

  4. Institutional Use of Learning Objects Three Years on: Lessons Learned and Future Directions

    Tony Koppi & Neil Lavitt, University of New South Wales, Australia

    A learning resource catalogue (currently LRC3) comprising records of learning objects has been used for 3 years by members of the Universitas 21 consortium. Five conceptually useful classes of... More

    pp. 644-648

  5. A Framework for a Knowledge Management Approach to Digital Portfolios

    Antonia Kyriakopoulou & Theodore Kalamboukis, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece

    Managing the educational content and knowledge is one of the greatest challenges for e-learning environments. This work is a proposition of a system for capturing and managing individual learners' ... More

    pp. 649-652

  6. THE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT PROCESS FOR A HOME GROWN ONLINE COURSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

    Brian Mackie & Norbert Ziemer, Northern Illinois University, United States; Wayne Mackie, Saginaw Valley State University, United States

    Abstract: As the push toward more online education and online support for traditional education environments accelerates, the need for software to manage and facilitate these courses becomes more... More

    pp. 653-655

  7. The MediaServer: A Pedagogical Tool for Developing Rich Media Content

    Michelle Martinez, Stanford University School of Medicine, United States

    A variety of media content of excellent educational value has been created at Stanford University School of Medicine over the years. Unfortunately, much of this invaluable resource is likely to... More

    pp. 656-657

  8. Design and Implementation of Knowledge Co-collection in a Common Interest Group

    Hiroaki Ogata & Yoneo Yano, Tokushima University, Japan; Juergen Buder, Friedrich Hesse & Kenji Matsuura, Knowledge Media Research Center, Germany

    Internet users often keep subjectively important URL information in a local pool that generally has a tree structure and is sometimes called "Bookmarks" or "Favorites". This hierarchical pool is an... More

    pp. 658-661

  9. An Adaptive Web-based Learning System for Providing New Findings

    Hiroyuki Mitsuhara, Tokushima University, Japan; Youji Ochi, Kinki University, Japan; Kazuhide Kanenishi, Hiroaki Ogata & Yoneo Yano, Tokushima University, Japan

    We have developed an adaptive web-based learning system, which aims to re-construct the web for efficient knowledge construction. This system enables learners to create hyperlinks on the web and... More

    pp. 662-669

  10. Evaluation and Self-Study web tool - SOPHIA

    Alejandro Moreno & Rosario Urzúa, Tec de Monterrey, Campus Guadalajara, Mexico

    SOPHIA is a web-based tool that will allow us to diagnose the academic level of a student during any stage of a course, be it its beginning, middle or end. Said diagnostic will be useful in finding... More

    pp. 670-672

  11. Finding ourselves, finding others. Exploring common ground. Diversity in classooms. Forming an Online Nexus Community.

    Karen Percak, Northwestern University, United States; Carl Owens, Tennessee Technological University, United States

    Using the Northwestern University Collaboratory Project Nexus Community, a partnership between K-12 educators and University partners brought together schools from urban, suburban, and rural... More

    pp. 673-674

  12. WWW-Based Tool for Teaching Multimedia and Digital Video in Higher Education

    This paper describes an experience undertaken with higher education students, which consisted in utilizing a WWW-based tool to serve as an aid in the teaching of Multimedia Production and Digital... More

    pp. 675-676

  13. On Constructing Learning Support System to Evaluate Knowledge Building on e-Learning

    Hajime Saito, Hokkaido Information University, Japan

    Recently, many researchers and educators are focusing on the method to evaluate effect of learning without an achievement test. On the other hands, e-Learning can provide many chances of learning... More

    pp. 677-680

  14. Learning Object Brokerage: How to Make it Happen

    Bernd Simon, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Austria

    The concept of learning object brokerage is going to revolutionize knowledge creation. When sharing and reusing intellectual assets canned into learning objects, faculty can not only speed up... More

    pp. 681-688

  15. A Web-Based Teaching System with Personalization

    Fu-Shing Sun & Henry Tzeng, Ball State University, United States

    This paper describes a web-based teaching system that can create personalization dynamically based on the access patterns and session information of each student. It offers not only the traditional... More

    pp. 689-692

  16. Internet Based Learning and Collaboration - a Longitudinal Case Study

    Dian Tan & Peter Mambrey, Fraunhofer FIT, Germany

    We conducted a field study to explore empirically the myths and realities of a computer supported dispersed learning community. We assisted a geographically distributed team in organising its daily... More

    pp. 693-697

  17. AN IMPROVED WBT MODEL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND INDEXING OF MULTIMEDIA LEARNING RESOURCES

    Rima ABDALLAH & ABDELMALEK BENZEKRI, Université Paul SABATIER-Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse IRIT, France; ALI ELHAJJ, American University Of Beirut, Lebanon; IBRAHIM MOUKARZEL, Lebanese University, Lebanon

    In this paper, an improved WBT Model that specifies the required environment for the development of interactive media learning objectwill be presented. It will be based on the IEEE LTSA (Learning ... More

    pp. 698-705

  18. The Floristic Relay: A computer game to learn about concepts in Ecology and Environmental Sciences

    Bhavin Ajmera, Arizona State University, United States; Elena Ortiz-Barney, Arizi=ona State University, United States; Juliet Stromberg, Shyamal Pandya & B Ramakrishna, Arizona State University, United States

    An interactive computer version of a board game has been developed to fill a percieved gap in the available curricula about some key concepts in ecology and environmental sciences. Object-... More

    pp. 706-707

  19. Another Country: Virtual Learning Spaces

    Alan Amory, University of Natal, South Africa

    This paper explores the theoretical and practical aspects involved in the development and deployment of a complex virtual learning space that includes industry standards of game development and... More

    pp. 708-715

  20. Palm Education Pioneers: Examining the Potential of the Handheld Computer

    susan andrews, Research Center for Educational Technology, United States; Karen Swan, Kent State University, United States

    Palm Education Pioneers: Examining the Potential of the Handheld Computer is a CD-ROM produced by the Research Center for Educational Technology at Kent State University in Ohio. Discover the... More

    pp. 716-717