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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. A Taxonomy of Factors to Promote Quality Web-Supported Learning

    Jill Fresen, University of Pretoria, South Africa

    This paper reports on a case study of the e-learning production unit at the University of Pretoria. Phase 1, completed in 2003, was the design and development of a process-based quality management ... More

    pp. 474-481

  2. Barriers to the Reuse of Learning Objects

    Michael Harris & Henric Beiers, RMIT University, Australia

    Significant resources are used when creating digital content for teaching and learning. Encouraging the reuse of material rather than recreating similar content could lead to greater return on... More

    pp. 482-489

  3. The Seven Principles of Good Practice in Undergraduate Education and Instructional Technology

    Louise Hay, Grand View College, United States; John McTaggart, Drake University, United States; Jane Zahner, Valdosta State University, United States

    This brief paper presentation will describe the findings of an action evaluation project, recently completed, at a small liberal arts college concerning the utilization of the Seven Principles of... More

    pp. 490-491

  4. Making Videoconference Museum Tours Substantive

    Julie Heath & Suzannah Niepold, Smithsonian American Art Museum, United States

    Virtual Museum Tours provide students unable to visit a museum with a unique learning experience. The Smithsonian American Art Museum has conducted videoconference visits for students around the... More

    pp. 492-497

  5. Implementation of ICT at the University of Helsinki

    Maarit Heikkilä, Anne Haarala-Muhonen & Anne Nevgi, University of Helsinki, Finland

    This case study presents preliminary results of the survey made at the University of Helsinki from 2003 to 2004. The study aims to explore the current state of ICT implementation in teaching and... More

    pp. 498-502

  6. LOM facing Reality - Indexation through a Virtual University Project

    Pierre Jarraud, Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris 6, France

    For the past year a metadata editor has been available in the C@mpuSciences project. It implements a Learning Object Metadata (LOM) application profile specifically designed for our work. We have... More

    pp. 503-510

  7. Moving from Computer Literacy to Mindtools: A Curriculum Development Proposal

    Gunizi Kartal, Senem Yildiz & Erol Inelmen, Bogazici University, Turkey

    Many efforts are undertaken around the world to integrate various information technologies (IT) into educational practice. Among the institutions most obviously impacted by this trend are schools... More

    pp. 511-515

  8. Using Competency-Based Curriculum: A Case Study

    Kyung Kim, Daebul University, Korea (South); Hye-kyung Lim & Shin-yon Kim, Hanyang Women Colledge, Korea (South)

    Organizations are faced with rapidly changing circumstances. Organizational core competences are based upon competencies of individuals and teams. Human resource departments are seeking for... More

    pp. 516-518

  9. The Design of an Online Music Learning Portal

    Matthias Klein, University of New Brunswick, Canada; Yuhong Yan, National Research Council, Canada; Ning Wang & Han Liang, University of New Brunswick, Canada

    This paper briefly introduces an ongoing project dealing with the design of an Online Music Learning Portal. The motivation of this project is to provide complex, multimedia based performance art... More

    pp. 519-524

  10. Useful and Challenging Characteristics of Online Learning: Perceptions of Korean Technology-based Employees

    Myung Hwa Koh & Janette Hill, University of Georgia, United States

    This session reports the characteristics of web-based training (WBT) that employees of a major technology-based corporation in South Korea indicate as helpful or challenging to their success.... More

    pp. 525-530

  11. Best Practices for Implementing New Technologies in Existing Postgraduate Online and Residential Courses

    Dina Kurzweil, Beth Hottle, Michael Miller & Michael Piller, National Defense University, United States

    This paper describes the experience of and lessons learned by a graduate institution in developing a process and a structure for the improvement of course media in existing graduate-level online... More

    pp. 531-536

  12. Learning in Virtual Environments in Higher Education

    Erika Löfström & Anne Nevgi, University of Helsinki, Finland

    The paper describes the state of ICT in teaching and learning at a leading European research university. The question of quality and standards in online Higher Education are explored throughout the... More

    pp. 537-543

  13. Learning culture meets new media: A content analysis of online tutorials among Malaysian students

    Zenaida Lowe, Rezzen (M) Pte Ltd, Malaysia

    While it is evident that cultural values shape the use of technology, is it possible for technology to create a context where the understood norms of a culture no longer hold? Learning culture in... More

    pp. 544-547

  14. Designing an Online Collaboration System

    Alireza Moghaddam & George Gadanidis, University of Western Ontario, Canada

    Abstract: This paper places the issue of online teaching in a collaborative perspective by (1) analyzing the extent to which various online technologies have changed and affected education,... More

    pp. 548-553

  15. Quality Issues in the Blended Learning and E-learning Instructional Model of "Tecnológico de Monterrey", Mexico City Campus : A Mexican Case Study.

    Fernando Mortera-Gutiérrez, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Campus Ciudad de México, Mexico

    Presenting a higher education case study from Mexico City, ITESM-CCM College, describing and analyzing quality issues in the blended learning and e-learning instructional model of the "Tecnológico ... More

    pp. 554-559

  16. Implementing a Virtual Learning Environment to Enhance Modeling skills and Collaboration in a Pre-service Teacher Education Science Program: Students' Ideas about a Blended e-Learning Approach.

    Iolie Nicolaidou, Concordia University, Canada; Christiana Nicolaou & Constantinos Constantinou, University of Cyprus, Cyprus

    This paper reports on a research study targeted at a) the development of modeling skills of pre-service teachers, through the use of Stagecast Creator and b) the enhancement of collaboration among ... More

    pp. 560-567

  17. The application of e-learning and m-learning technology in the context of Life Long Learning in Irish Higher Education.

    Carol O Shea, Deirdre Lillis, Seamus O Shea & Paul Collins, Institute of Technology Tralee, Ireland

    This paper reports on the initiatives take in one institute of higher education in the South West of Ireland to address the needs of the growing body of mature students eager to partake in higher... More

    pp. 568-572

  18. Development and Application of an Objectives-driven eContent Structuring and Deployment Model

    Elijah Omwenga & Timothy Waema, University of Nairobi, Kenya; Georges Eisendrath & Arno Libotton, Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium

    This paper discusses the objectives-driven e-content structuring and deployment methodology which is an iterative and intuitive approach to content structuring and sequencing. The model has been... More

    pp. 573-578

  19. The importance of target audiences in the design of training actions

    Sara Petiz, Alexandre Sousa & Miguel Oliveira, Programa Aveiro Norte - Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal; Silvina Santana, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal; Manuel Oliveira Duarte, Programa Aveiro Norte - Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal

    This paper describes the process of definition, conceptualization and implementation of a business course addressed for logistic and industrial managers. This course was designed using a blended... More

    pp. 579-584

  20. Results of an Experiment Evaluating the Use of Video Cases to Help Pre-Service Teachers Become Better Teachers of Literacy

    Michael M. Phillips, Matthew J. Koehler, Gaoming Zhang, Aman Yadav & Cheryl Rosaen, Michigan State University, United States

    In this paper, we describe a video- and case-based software designed to help pre-service teachers become skilled teachers of literacy, and how this software was used in one pre-service education... More

    pp. 585-592