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ED-MEDIA 2005--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications

Jun 27, 2005


Piet Kommers; Griff Richards

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This conference has 11 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 815

  1. Multimedia for Teaching and Learning Kadazandusun Language

    Asni Tahir & Siti Hasnah Tanalol, University Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia

    The rapid developments in communication and computing technologies offer exciting environment for us to move into the information age and are widely accepted today as new social and economic force;... More

    pp. 1342-1349

  2. Walking Together: LAMS, Learning and Experience for Indigenous Students

    Angela Voerman & Robyn Philip, Macquarie University, Australia

    The challenge of creating a learning environment that builds on experience, providing clear and secure support for a new world of knowing, requires reflection upon and examination of traditional... More

    pp. 1350-1358

  3. BioMat a Multi-Mode Educational Game

    Ana Breda & Eugénio Rocha, University of Aveiro, Portugal; Martins José, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal

    In this paper we present the first research steps regarding the development of BioMat, an entertainment collaborative/competitive/guided computer educational game in mathematics with incursions in ... More

    pp. 1359-1366

  4. Integrating Mobile Devices in a multi-platform Learning Management System using web services

    Luigi Colazzo & Andrea Molinari, Dept. Computer and Management Sciences, Italy; Marco Ronchetti, Department of Information and Communication Technology, Italy

    The paper presents a prototype of integration of mobile devices (PDA, smartphones, Cellular phones) with a Learning Management System. There are many interesting aspects that could be imagined when... More

    pp. 1367-1372

  5. RECAL: Architecting Teaching Materials for the Future

    David Dewhurst, Rachel Ellaway & Stewart Cromar, MVMLTS, The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    Until recently computer-based teaching materials have been intrinsically tied to their run-time environment meaning that as the environment is superseded by changes in the underlying technologies... More

    pp. 1373-1375

  6. Learning Objects cannot be free of context; proposal for an alternative format to achieve reusability

    Paul Gobée, Dept. of Anatomy & Embryology, Leiden University Medical Center, Netherlands

    Generally, Learning Objects (LOs) are assumed to have to be free of context and of small granularity. These requirements however appear to be troublesome when trying to develop LOs in practice, as ... More

    pp. 1376-1379

  7. Establishing Learning Objectives via Use Case Analysis for a Homeland Security Training System

    Michael Hilgers & Richard Hall, University of Missouri Rolla, United States

    At the heart of the design of any form of education media is establishing the learning objectives. When the media is an augmented reality system, establishing learning objectives is closely... More

    pp. 1380-1385

  8. Developing learning models from World Wide Web for empowering E-learning

    Shu-Sheng Liaw, China Medical University, Taiwan; Hsiu-Mei Huang, Department of Management,National Taichung Institute of Technology, Taiwan

    Owing to the wide application of advanced technology for school use, especially for online courses, the Internet and Web seem to have great potential for E-learning. The aim of this paper is to... More

    pp. 1386-1391

  9. Multimedia Learning Object Metadata Management and Mapping Tool

    Xiaofei Liu & Abdulmotaleb El Saddik, University of Ottawa, Canada

    Nowadays there are a good number of learning resources on the Internet. Their metadata descriptions are presented in RDF/XML as well as in pure XML. As a matter of fact, very few RDF-based metadata... More

    pp. 1392-1400

  10. XML Conversions of Bibliographical Data

    Tomasz Muldner & Zhinan Shen, Acadia University, Canada

    Bibliographical software is essential for educational applications, because it lets you organize references and build bibliographies used in publications. Among many available bibliographical... More

    pp. 1401-1406

  11. Frameworks for the Automatic Indexation of Learning Management Systems Content into Learning Object Repositories

    Xavier Ochoa, ESPOL, Ecuador; Kris Cardinaels, Michael Meire & Erik Duval, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

    Learning Management Systems generally offer big repositories of learning material, but the lack of publicly available metadata to describe the learning objects makes it very difficult to share and ... More

    pp. 1407-1414

  12. Intelligent Learning System Based on Tutoring Agent and VR Training Agent (TAVTA)

    Joung S. Sung, Baekseok College, Korea (South); Doo H. Lim, University of Tennessee, United States

    This paper describes the Intelligent Learning System (ILS) comprising a set of two main agents: Tutoring Agent and VR Training Agent (TAVTA). The two agents have knowledge base (KB) providing... More

    pp. 1415-1420

  13. Peer-to-Peer versus Federated Search: towards more Interoperable Learning Object Repositories

    Stefaan Ternier, K.U.Leuven, Belgium; Daniel Olmedilla, L3S Research Center and Hanover University, Germany; Erik Duval, K.U.Leuven, Belgium

    This paper reports on our experiences in bridging the world of learning object repositories and peer-to-peer learning networks. More specifically, we have been developing interoperability "bridges"... More

    pp. 1421-1428

  14. Towards a Global Component Architecture for Learning Objects: A Slide Presentation Framework

    Katrien Verbert, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium; Jelena Jovanovic & Dragan Gaševic, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Erik Duval & Michael Meire, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

    This paper reports on the development of an ontology-based framework for content repurposing. In earlier work, we developed an ontology that formalizes structural aspects of learning objects. In... More

    pp. 1429-1436

  15. EM-Learning Platform: a Mobile Learning Environment Integrating e-Learning System

    Hisao-Han Wang & Tzu-Hsuan Wu, Dept. of Information and Computer Engineering, Taiwan; Rita Kuo, Dept. of Electronic Engineering, Chung-Yuan Christian Univ., Taiwan; Jia-Sheng Heh, Dept. of Information and Computer Engineering, Chung-Yuan Christian Univ., Taiwan

    M-learning is a newly risen learning strategy in the CAI system. How to integrate m-learning into e-learning is the main purpose of this paper. First, an E-M-E learning model is design for... More

    pp. 1437-1443

  16. An Activity Monitoring System to Support Classroom Research

    Hangjin Zhang, Kevin Almeroth & Monica Bulger, UCSB, United States

    More effort has focused on integrating instructional technologies into classrooms than has focused on assessing the impact of these technologies on teaching and learning performance. To evaluate... More

    pp. 1444-1449

  17. Just-in-Time Game-Based Learning

    Imran Zualkernan, Forum Parmar & Lama Al-Moudares, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

    Game-based learning often uses game engines that allow one to populate a given template with domain knowledge to quickly create a specific instance of a game. However, the knowledge required for... More

    pp. 1450-1458

  18. Synthesizing Summative Online-Assessments from Design Artifacts

    Imran Zualkernan, Salim Abou-El-Naaj & Maria Papadopoulos, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

    Modern devices have increasingly grown in complexity and continue to do so. Not only has the complexity of these devices increased but so has the rate of change in designs of these products.... More

    pp. 1459-1465

  19. Privacy-Aware eLearning: Why and How

    Katrin Borcea, Elke Franz, Hilko Donker, Andreas Pfitzmann & Hagen Wahrig, Dresden University of Technology, Germany

    Current eLearning environments support a variety of tasks and, therefore, offer many advantages for their users. However, eLearning also implies privacy threats which are not necessarily obvious... More

    pp. 1466-1472

  20. Advanced e-Learning Multimedia Platform to Manage Lessons and Seminars: MES

    Flavio Fontana, ENEA, University of Rome, Italy; Marina Moscarini, University of Rome, Italy; Daniele Tedesco, ENEA Usability Lab, Italy

    In this paper an innovative platform to manage e-learning activities, virtual courses, seminars and related multimedia databases is discussed. JNetlesson and JNetSeminar, advanced Video Content... More

    pp. 1473-1476