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

Jun 27, 2005

Editors

Piet Kommers; Griff Richards

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Number of papers: 815

  1. Learning language and bilingual communication by the internet

    Andre Avias & Jutta Eschenbach, University College of Oestfold, Norway

    We wish to present our product that is the result of a work done in an European project called VoCTE (ICT-based Vocational Communication for SMEs in Europe). It was a three years project financed... More

    pp. 128-132

  2. Open Source Strategies for Educational Multimedia

    Ronald Baecker, KMDI, University of Toronto, Canada

    ePresence is an educational multimedia system for producing interactive webcasts that are accessible in real-time by remote viewers and retrospectively by archive viewers who can browse and search ... More

    pp. 133-137

  3. The Technology Integration Mentoring Project: Year 3 Progress Report

    Tammy Banerjee, Paul Jones & Thomas Proffitt, Towson University, United States

    Towson University's College of Education has completed the third year of a professional development effort, incorporating a one-on-one mentor and protégé model, to assist University-wide faculty... More

    pp. 138-145

  4. Modular Virtual Learning World

    Nadeem Bhatti, Eicke Godehardt & Christoph Hornung, Fraunhofer IGD, Germany

    Web-based Three-dimensional collaborative and impressive Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) offer considerable promise for the design of effective constructivist learning environments.... More

    pp. 146-153

  5. Digital Learning Cards in Mobile Learning Scenarios

    Birgit Bomsdorf, Stefan Betermieux & Gunter Schlageter, University of Hagen, Germany

    In this paper we present parts of our work towards mobile learning, the aim of which is to enhance e-learning in distance education. As an example of a mobile learning application, digital learning... More

    pp. 154-159

  6. Taking ePORTFOLIO to the Next Level: Integrating eTUTOR to Support Writing

    Karen Bonsignore, New York City College of Technology, United States

    This presentation will demonstrate the integration of eTUTOR into our ePORTFOLIO project. Sample student ePORTFOLIOS and eTUTOR writing submissions will be demonstrated, as well as best practices ... More

    pp. 160-161

  7. Discover. Apply. Succeed. An Innovative Career and Technology High School

    Theron T Brown, Spring Branch Independent School District, United States

    During the conference poster session, the authors will present an in-depth, colorful descriptive overview of a rich, technology-infused, innovative high school utilizing an alternative setting to... More

    pp. 162-163

  8. SANS: A Simple Ad Hoc and Sensor Network Simulator

    Nicolas Burri, Roger Wattenhofer, Weber Yves & Aaron Zollinger, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

    If all communication layers are affected by the specific properties of ad hoc and sensor networks, such as unreliability of wireless links or node mobility, both the network and transport... More

    pp. 164-171

  9. Using Flash and XML for Rapid Production of Personalized Materials

    Britt Carr & Gail Johnson, Miami University, United States

    This project was undertaken to introduce new faculty to the technology resources available at Miami University. Using Flash MX 2004 and XML, it was possible to combine all the commonalities faculty... More

    pp. 172-173

  10. The Development of a Web-based Two-Tier Test for Internet Ethics

    Chien Chou & Chin-Chung Tsai, Institute of Education, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

    This study introduces the development of a Web-based two-tier test for Internet ethics. The two-tier test is a two-level question presented in a multiple-choice format. The first tier assesses... More

    pp. 174-178

  11. Structuring Data Bases from UML to Code

    Robert Dollinger, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-STEVENS POINT, United States; Daniel Goulet & David Gibbs, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, United States

    Modern software environments like XDE .NET provide integrated and powerful tools that designers and developers can use in all stages of the application development from building use case diagrams... More

    pp. 179-184

  12. Implementing Interactive Self –Paced Learning Resources for Teaching Procedural Law

    Stuart Fletcher, Mark Nolan, Simon Bronitt & Jenny Edwards, Australian National University, Australia

    In Semester 1 2004, the instructors for the undergraduate course Criminal Law and Procedure at The Australian National University (ANU) designed and delivered an interactive self-paced learning... More

    pp. 185-186

  13. Integrating Assessment Tools into Multi-modal College Programs and Courses

    Robert Fulkerth, Golden Gate University, United States

    The current emphasis on assessment in educational dialogues impacts program and course design. My paper discusses designing and implementing assessment tools in program design in a 4 year college. ... More

    pp. 187-193

  14. AI: Objects and Meta Objects in Learning Musical Performance

    Kathiravelu Ganeshan, Unitec Institute of Technology, New Zealand

    This paper describes a unique software developed by the author. Various musical elements have been modeled as objects and meta objects and the objects that are helpful in the learning process are... More

    pp. 194-200

  15. Technology as the Catalyst: Research on Research at Ohio State University

    Victoria Getis & Catherine Gynn, Ohio State University, United States

    Faced with the injunction to spend university grant monies in a way that could bring faculty research into the undergraduate experience, Ohio State University's Technology Enhanced Learning and... More

    pp. 201-206

  16. The Status of the Document in the Digital Age: A Multidisciplinary Approach, Part 1

    Belle Gironda, English Dept., QCC, City University of New York, United States; Megan Elias, History Dept., QCC, City University of New York, United States; Lori Anderson-Moseman, English Dept., QCC, City University of New York, United States; Kenneth Golden, Art Dept. QCC, City University of New York, United States; Martin Kutnowski, Music Dept. QCC, City University of New York, United States

    The power and ubiquity of digital technologies has increased surveillance and control through the stockpiling of documentary evidence about individuals. Simultaneously, the easy availability of... More

    pp. 207-211

  17. A case study of using E-Learning in Hong Kong early childhood teacher education

    Christina Han, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong

    World Wide Web is widely used in tertiary education in the new millennium. However, the majority of Early Childhood teacher education is still hesitating in the use of Web-based learning in their... More

    pp. 212-217

  18. How to Train Working Life Experts to Online Mentoring?

    Riina Helenius & Irja Leppisaari, Central Ostrobothnia Polytechnic, Finland

    Online mentoring has established its position in many organisations as an efficient way of sharing expertise. However, there is only little research available on the training of online mentors. In ... More

    pp. 218-223

  19. International collaboration in the development of Interactive Learning Objects in the Building discipline

    Geoff Hodgson, University of Loughborough, United Kingdom; Willy Sher, Helen Carter & Hamish Dobbs, University of Newcastle, Australia

    Loughborough University (UK) and the University of Newcastle (Australia) are collaborating in the preparation of Interactive Learning Objects (ILOs) for students in their 'construction management' ... More

    pp. 224-225

  20. Dovetailing pedagogical and technical support with evaluation

    Paula Hodgson, University of Auckland, New Zealand; Paul Lam, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Yiu-Hing, Eric Wong, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

    A joint effort was made by three universities in Hong Kong to promote and implement web-assisted teaching and learning in the university context over the period 2002–2004. This effort, the... More

    pp. 226-233