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ED-MEDIA 2004--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications



Lorenzo Cantoni; Catherine McLoughlin

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This conference has 19 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 925

  1. Timeliner: Building a Learning Tool into a Digital Music Library

    Mark Notess & Margaret Swan, Indiana University, United States

    Timeliner is a pedagogical tool integrated into Variations2, the Indiana University digital music library. Timeliner enables students and instructors to create visual representations of the formal ... More

    pp. 603-609

  2. A Taxonomy for Interactive Educational Multimedia

    Claus Pahl, Dublin City University, Ireland

    Learning is more than knowledge acquisition; it often involves the active participation of the learner in a variety of knowledge- and skills-based learning and training activities. Interactive... More

    pp. 610-617

  3. Instructional Model as a Driving Force for Adaptation in Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Systems

    Jose M Parente de Oliveira & Clovis Torres Fernandes, Technological Institute of Aeronautics, Brazil

    Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Systems (AEHSs) have been used to support customized learning. The adaptation mechanisms usually provided try to define the better concept sequence to be presented... More

    pp. 618-625

  4. Video Conferencing Service

    Stefan Schmuki & Christian Sengstag, ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland

    The Videoconferencing project aims to establish an easy-to-use, network-based videoconferencing service at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Zurich. This service provides videoconferencing ... More

    pp. 626-627

  5. Centralizing Digital Content for Online Courses

    Gary Strubel, Evelyn Ting & Suzanne Hayes, Empire State College, United States

    A college initiative to enrich its 400 online courses with digital library resources, graphics, multimedia learning objects, and web links created reusability and maintenance challenges. This paper... More

    pp. 628-630

  6. Modeling, Assessment, & Feedback in Web-Based Tutoring for the Structure Strategy

    Kay Wijekumar, The Pennsylvania State University Beaver, United States; Bonnie J.F. Meyer, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

    Intelligent tutors are gaining popularity in learning environments because they can provide consistent modeling, assessment, and feedback to learners. This paper presents our approach to... More

    pp. 631-638

  7. Examining the Appropriateness of Functionalities for Web-Based Learning Portfolio

    Chi-Cheng Chang, National Taipei University of Technology, Institute of Technological and Vocational Education, Taiwan

    This research examines the appropriateness of the functionalities of a Web-Based Learning Portfolio through practical teaching process. The questionnaire has gone through the processes of pre-test ... More

    pp. 639-645

  8. Science Lectures by Videoconference – Large Classes, Large Distances

    Alan Cody, The University of Queensland, Australia; Trevor Day, The University of Newcastle, Australia

    Videoconferencing is one potential medium that could assist in maintaining a broad tertiary curriculum with experts that are not necessarily located at the same location as the student body. In a... More

    pp. 646-651

  9. Applying the Technology Acceptance Model to Educational Hypermedia: A Field Study

    Yuan Gao, Ramapo College of New Jersey, United States

    This paper applies and evaluates the technology acceptance model (TAM) to an online course companion site of a textbook to be used by students in the study. After reviewing literature on TAM, this... More

    pp. 652-655

  10. Pixed: improving adaptable navigation with Case-Based Reasoning

    Jean-Mathias Heraud, ESC Chambery, France

    Pixed (Project Integrating eXperience in Distance Learning) is a research project attempting to take advantage of past learning episodes to provide contextual help for learners trying to navigate... More

    pp. 656-661

  11. Connecting Faculty, Students, Alumni, and Friends: Designing and Using a Web-based Travel-log During a 5-week European Study Abroad Class

    Scott Kramer & Michael Hein, Auburn University, United States

    This paper will discuss the design and use of a web-based travel-log created to connect faculty, students, alumni, parents, and friends during a 5-week European study abroad class. This alternative... More

    pp. 662-667

  12. A Wireless Campus-support Application using the Multi-mode Multimedia Messaging System

    Ching-Heng Ku, Chiping Chan & Yung-Chi Yang, National Center for High-performance Computing, Taiwan

    A wireless campus-support application on the delivery of the multimedia messaging based on the integrated WLAN/GPRS multimedia multi-mode messaging system has been proposed and demonstrated. The... More

    pp. 668-670

  13. Applying State-transition Graph to Construct User Model on E-learning Environment

    Chia-Sheng Lin, Shein-Yung Cheng, Jia-Sheng Heh & Elsa Lin, Dept. of Information and Computer Engineering, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan

    Distance learning has become a tendency, in this Internet age. This paper constructs users' behavior models on e-learning environment. It offers data transformation methods to calculate the... More

    pp. 671-677

  14. A Distance Training Laboratory for Digital Circuit Design and Prototyping of Control Systems

    Jorge Lopez, Ivan Gonzalez, Ruben Cabello, Javier Sanchez, Francisco Gomez & Javier Martinez, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain

    This work presents a set of tools developed to implement new experiments in a remote laboratory based on reconfigurable platforms accessible through internet. The student experience has been... More

    pp. 678-685

  15. Monitoring Students Activities in Course Management Systems with CourseVis

    Riccardo Mazza, University of Lugano, Switzerland

    CourseVis is a student monitoring and tracking system which extracts tracking data from an on-line course maintained with a Course Management System, transforms the data into a form convenient for ... More

    pp. 686-687

  16. WebAngel2: A browser add-on for utilizing existing Web resources as educational material

    Takahiro Noda, Fujimoto Tsuyoshi & Hideo Suzuki, NTT Cyber Solutions Laboratories, Japan

    We have been developing a browser add-on, called WebAngel2 for utilizing existing Web resources as educational material. The World Wide Web is attractive but is not completely suitable for... More

    pp. 688-692

  17. WWW-Based Course-Support Systems for Post-Graduation Degrees in Portugal - The Students Point of View

    Alcina Prata, Higher School of Management Sciences (ESCE), Portugal; Nuno Guimarães, Science Faculty, University of Lisbon, Portugal

    this work presents the results of a comparative analysis of the WWW-Based Course-Support Systems adopted by two Portuguese Higher School Institutions, particularly, in relation to their Post... More

    pp. 693-698

  18. Objective testing in an E-learning Environment: a Comparison between Two Systems

    Gabrielle Pretorius, University of Pretoria, South Africa

    This paper investigates lecturers' use of two objective testing systems at the University of Pretoria, namely a Computer-based testing Service (CBT-Service) using the testing system of Question... More

    pp. 699-706

  19. Using a Web Based Tool to Innovate Assessment Practices

    Janet Read, Gavin Sim, Peggy Gregory & Katie Taylor, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

    This paper describes a web based assessment tool that was used by first year undergraduate computing students. The rationale for the project is described, referencing work on educational taxonomies... More

    pp. 707-712

  20. Copyright Request and Management: A Faculty Service at Depaul University

    Tracy Seneca & Melissa Koenig, DePaul University, United States

    As faculty use Blackboard and other systems to deliver course materials online, they face growing questions of fair use and digital rights issues. These are issues that Libraries have grappled with... More

    pp. 713-714