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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. Augmenting the Teacher-Training Model with Desktop Videoconferencing

    Graham Passmore & Wililam Goodman, Lakehead University, Canada

    In this project, 9 student teachers used specially adapted desktop video conference technology to deliver 8 lessons from a Faculty of Education to grade 8 social science students in a public school... More

    pp. 2684-2689

  2. What do teachers need? Analysis of pedagogical tools supporting teachers online

    Jukka Siltanen, Tampere Polytechnic University, Finland; Pentti Hietala, University of Tampere / Department of Computer Sciences, Finland

    In this paper we are studying how online learning environments can support teachers in their online work. First we outline a model which estimates the needs of teachers for different kinds of... More

    pp. 2690-2698

  3. Impact of Lunch and Learn Sessions on Faculty's Use of Asynchronous Online Discussion

    Swee Kit Alan Soong, Centre for Educational Development, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Chun Hu, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

    This study evaluates the impact of Lunch and Learn Sessions on faculty members' use of Discussion Board in Blackboard. A survey was designed and administered to 87 faculty members who attended the ... More

    pp. 2699-2703

  4. Mathematics, Science, and Technology Educators Creating and Using Instructional Multimedia

    Sylvia Sorkin, Donna Tupper, Andrew Beiderman, Veronica Noone & Brian Hoffman, Community College of Baltimore County, United States; Marianne Cinaglia, Rowan University, United States

    This paper describes the learning process during a summer institute offered as part of the National Science Foundation funded project, Instructional Multimedia: Curriculum, Professional, and... More

    pp. 2704-2709

  5. Utilizing Video-Conferencing and Web-based Tutorials to Provide Professional Growth and Development to Teachers in a Rural School District

    Brooks Steele, Irene Mcintosh & Mary Ann Robinson, University of South Alabama, United States

    Abstract: Teachers in a remote rural school district participate in professional development services and training via video-conferencing and web-based methods of instruction. Utilizing the Kappa... More

    pp. 2710-2711

  6. Professional Development Situated in a Ubiquitous Computing Classroom

    Karen Swan, Pat Mazzer, Annette Kratcoski, Jason Schenker & Yi Mei Lin, Research Center for Educational Technology, United States

    This paper describes an ongoing situated professional development program in which teachers bring their intact classes for an extended stay in a ubiquitous computing environment equipped with a... More

    pp. 2712-2719

  7. Increasing technical self-sufficiency among online instructors in a mid-size university with limited support resources

    Elaine Terrell, University of Arkansas, United States; Rebecca Martindale, University of Florida, United States

    The exponential growth of online courses have led to the need for instructional and technical support personnel to aid faculty in developing technical skills to improve self-sufficiency in the... More

    pp. 2720-2721

  8. DOL: Diploma on-line for NT-enhanced teaching

    Aldo Torrebruno & Luisa Marini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

    DOL, originated from Discetech project, which has started in 1996 in Northern Italy, aims at experimenting the introduction of new technologies within the teaching-learning activities of school... More

    pp. 2722-2725

  9. What are the Factors Related to the Successful use of ICTs by Student-teachers at the Elementary-school Level?

    Stephane Villeneuve & Thierry Karsenti, University of Montreal, Canada

    The present study was conducted in the province of Quebec (Canada). Almost 7000 students completing their bachelor's degree in education were surveyed. This study was implemented in order to... More

    pp. 2726-2731

  10. Supporting the design of socio constructivist scenarios with ExploraGraph

    Emmanuelle Villiot-leclercq & Aude Dufresne, Université de Montréal, Canada

    In a context of distance learning, the teachers design learning scenarios. A lot of scenarios are based on constructivist and socio constructivist strategies. It puts learners in the center of his... More

    pp. 2732-2739

  11. Teachers' Adoption of Technology in Classrooms: Does School Size Matter?

    Hsin-Kai Wu, Ying-Shao Hsu & Fu-Kwun Hwang, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

    This study investigates the effects of school size on teachers' adoption of technology in classrooms. Using national survey data collected from 940 science and mathematics teachers at junior high... More

    pp. 2740-2747

  12. Factors affecting middle school science teacher's use of distance learning for in service training as professional development in Taiwan

    Hsin I Yung, Penn State University, United States

    Professional knowledge needs to be continuously upgraded. Traditional professional abilities have undergone a radical change. In order to respond to difference and varied needs, distance education ... More

    pp. 2748-2753

  13. Adult learners and online instruction

    Valerie Amber & Lorraine Leavitt, National University, United States

    Teacher preparation programs online must consider more than just the number of teacher candidates to whom they appeal. They must also be conscious of the quality of the teacher candidates they... More

    pp. 2754-2756

  14. Integrating technology training and language learning

    Zsuzsanna Angeli, Kodolányi College, Hungary

    This paper reports on an initiative to incorporate technology into subject-specific teacher training at college level. The course was offered to future teachers of English as a foreign language.... More

    pp. 2757-2762

  15. e-Learning Design for Engineering Education

    Pitchian Anthonysamy, ITE College West Ang Mo Kio Campus, Singapore

    Although inherent strength of technology is to provide interactive representation of reality, much of Web-based engineering content material that I previewed is levelled down to the same approach... More

    pp. 2763-2768

  16. In Defense of the Online "Lecture"

    Saul Carliner, Concordia University, Canada

    The lecture is the traditional means of transferring content in learning programs. The lecture takes a variety of forms in e-learning programs. In live virtual classes, the lecture often takes the ... More

    p. 2769

  17. Innovations in On-Line Course Development

    Carol Carnevale, Linzi Kemp, Nicola Martinez & Susan Oaks, Empire State College, United States

    The authors will discuss successful approaches to online course development and delivery. We will explain a course development process including the evolution of both content and structure. A... More

    pp. 2770-2774

  18. Remedial Instruction for Japanese Language Less Successful StudentsXthrough Strategies of On-Line Reinforcement

    Shan-Long Chen, Tamkang University, Taiwan; Chih-Hsiu Wu, National Taichung Institute of Technology, Taiwan; Chi-Man Chiu, Chung Kao Institute of Technology, Taiwan

    This is an ongoing research. The prpose of this study is to build a free Web-based, computer-oriented, multimedia remedial instruction for Japanese learners and to examine the on-line reinforcement... More

    pp. 2775-2776

  19. Beyond Learning Objects: From Tools in the World to Capacity in the Mind

    Daniel Churchill, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    This paper is an attempt to open discussion on learning objects as a useful technology-based educational resource within a context of learning activity that promotes individual reproduction of... More

    pp. 2777-2783

  20. Exploring pedagogical uses of technology in statistics education

    Lucy Cumyn, Rhonda Amsel & Susanne Lajoie, McGill University, Canada

    The purpose of this paper is to first briefly review ways in which the roles of computer and information technology have become important in teaching and learning today. This trend has also become ... More

    pp. 2784-2787