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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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Number of papers: 815

  1. Web-based register cards -- a tool supporting mathematics students in distance education

    Luise Unger, Silke Hartlieb & Thorsten Voigt, FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany

    We discuss a project aimed to mainly fully employed part time students of mathematics in distance education at the University of Hagen. These students need special assistance in their difficult... More

    pp. 1477-1482

  2. Educational Support with Tele-dental-medicine System

    Tomiaki Morikawa & Hiroki Moriguchi, Department of medical informatics The University of Tokushima Hospital, Japan

    The advent of the Internet enables educational connection in multidirectional ways and is in the process of realizing new interactive educational environment. As an approach to the huge volume of... More

    pp. 1483-1486

  3. Developing an Adapted Virtual Class based on Electronic Portfolio and Intelligent Tutoring System Approaches

    Debora Nascimento, UFS (Federal University of Sergipe), Brazil; Arturo Hernandez-Dominguez, UFAL (Federal University of Alagoas), Brazil

    This paper describes a virtual class, which is based on the principles of ITS (Intelligent Tutoring Systems) and Electronic Portfolio (e-portfolio). The virtual class allows to a group of learners ... More

    pp. 1487-1494

  4. Toward Design Patterns for Usage Analysis and Observation in Re-Engineering Process of Learning Systems

    Randriamalaka Noa & Iksal Sébastien, University of Maine – LIUM – CNRS FRE 2730, France

    Many designers are expected to design tools and/or methods of analysis and observation. That task can be difficult for designers who lack experience in instructional design and design method. In... More

    pp. 1495-1500

  5. Building Meaning: Experts and Novices in On-line Learning

    Julia Shaw, Nicola Martinez & Fabio Chacon, SUNY Empire State College, United States

    Teachers in a domain teach to the level of their ability: novices can teach students to be novices: experts can teach student to be experts. This paper explores aspects of on-line learning that... More

    pp. 1501-1505

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  6. Problems with e-learning we can’t ignore: One size does not fit all

    Glenn Smith, Stony Brook University, United States

    The prevailing pedagogical model of e-learning glosses over differences between disciplines and promotes a one size fits all pedagogy. Case studies, qualitative interviews and action research on... More

    pp. 1506-1511

  7. An Online Marketing Guide for Educational Institutions

    Hendrik Speck, FH Kaiserslautern, Germany

    The paper presents an empirical survey of the technologies, skills and resources required to create a successful viral marketing and institutional strategy for educational institutions within a... More

    pp. 1512-1513

  8. Progress-Based E-Learning Pedagogy Design, Analysis, and Implementation

    Dan Tian, California State University at Monterey Bay, United States

    This paper presents progress-based E-Learning pedagogy design and analysis through the implementation of a vocabulary e-learning Web site using the Learning Advancement Management System (LAMS).... More

    pp. 1514-1519

  9. User Behavior Observations for Supporting Offline Delivering of Learning Materials in a Mobile System

    Anna Trifonova & Marco Ronchetti, University of Trento, Italy

    In the context of e-learning and especially in adaptive learning systems an integral part of any system is the user analysis and behavior observation. We look at this important part from another... More

    pp. 1520-1527

  10. iPlayer: Development of an Interactive Streaming Player for E-Learning

    Yuhei Yamauchi, The University of Tokyo, Japan; Shunsuke Sakai & Kazaru Yaegashi, Graduate School of the University of Tokyo, Japan; Shinichi Hisamatsu, Keio University, Japan; Toshio Mochizuki, Kobe University, Japan; Satoshi Kitamura, Graduate School of the University of Tokyo, Japan

    The object of this study was the development of the iPlayer, an interactive streaming video player for use in e-learning. This system aims to create interactive instructor–student and student... More

    pp. 1528-1530

  11. Design Instrumental Web Services for Online Experiment Systems

    Yuhong Yan, NRC-IIT, Canada; Xinge Du, Faculty of CS, University of New Brunswick, Canada; Hamadou Saliah-Hassane, T¨¦l¨¦-universit¨¦, Canada; Yong Liang & Ali Ghorbani, Faculty of CS, University of New Brunswick, Canada

    Web services add a language-independent layer for distributed applications. It is well motivated to use Web Services for e-science and e-learning applications, where resources-sharing is a demand. ... More

    pp. 1531-1538

  12. Learning Objects: Just Say No!

    Alan Amory, Centre for IT in Higher Education (ITEd), South Africa

    In the late 1990's Noble in a series of papers, argues that the commodification of intellectual activity into intellectual capital resulted in the commodification of learning information. The... More

    pp. 1539-1544

  13. An Integrated Language Learning Environment: towards an optimal blend of c- and e-learning

    Piet Desmet, K.U.Leuven Campus Kortrijk, Belgium

    Although Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) has become a major area of research in recent years and although the usefulness of ICT in foreign language learning is generally acknowledged,... More

    pp. 1545-1550

  14. Grounded Design for a Learning Environment for Graduate Student Researchers

    Wendy Freeman, OISE/UT, Canada; Clare Brett, OISE/University of Toronto, Canada

    Using grounded design this paper describes an online learning environment for graduate students in education called GRAIL (Graduate Researchers Academic Identity onLine). The overall goal of this... More

    pp. 1551-1556

  15. Implementation of a Virtual Computing Environment created with User Mode Linux

    Guy Heatley, Phil Holifield & Jim Ingham, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

    This paper describes User-mode Linux (UML) and discusses the theory and implementation of the creation a networked "laboratory suite" of UML instances on a single host, allowing them to communicate... More

    pp. 1557-1562

  16. Affordances of Playful Environment: A View of Finnish Girls and Boys

    Pirkko Hyvönen & Marjaana Juujärvi, University of Lapland, Finland

    This paper is a report of research that focuses on children's representations of their ideal playful environments. Methodologically, the study draws on grounded theory, with data collected through ... More

    pp. 1563-1572

  17. Helping Students with Cognitive Disabilities Live more Independent Lives through Distributed Support Communities:A Collaborative Project Between University of Colorado, Center for LifeLong Learning and The Boulder Valley School District

    Anja Kintsch, University of Colorado, United States; Jean Riordan, Boulder Valley School District, United States

    While students with cognitive disabilities have many of the same dreams of future employment and independent living as their typical peers, delays in memory, attention, and executive functioning... More

    pp. 1573-1578

  18. Developing new mobile services for the Universities -University students’ conceptions of their needs for mobile tools for scaffolding learning activities

    Kari Liukkunen, Piia Tolonen & Jari Laru, University of Oulu, Finland

    The benefit of computers in collaborative learning has been broadly researched, but it is still unknown what kind of possibilities the pedagogical use of mobile tools and wireless devices can bring... More

    pp. 1579-1586

  19. Evaluation of Home Delivery of Lectures Utilizing 3D Virtual Space Infrastructure

    Ryo Nishide, Ryoichi Shima, Hiromu Araie & Shinichi Ueshima, Kansai University, Japan

    Evaluation experiments are essential in exploring home delivery of lectures for which users can experience campus lifestyle and distant learning through 3D virtual space. In this paper, the authors... More

    pp. 1587-1594

  20. Stories, Models, and Examples from the Upcoming Handbook of Blended Learning: Global Perspectives, Local Designs, Part 1

    Ron Oliver, Edith Cowan University, Australia; Abtar Kaur, Open University of Malaysia, Malaysia; John Hedberg, Macquarie University, Australia; Okhwa Lee, Chungbuk National University, Korea (South); Charles Graham, Brigham Young University, United States; Thomas Reynolds, National University, United States; Ron Owston, York University, Canada; Curtis J. Bonk, Indiana University and SurveyShare, Inc., United States

    This symposium session will highlight reasons for the recent emergence of blended as documented in the upcoming "Handbook of Blended Learning (HOBLe): Global Perspectives, Local Designs." The... More

    pp. 1595-1600