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ED-MEDIA 2007--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications

Jun 25, 2007


Craig Montgomerie; Jane Seale

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This conference has 11 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 702

  1. Evaluating institutional readiness for implementation of an educational technology system, University of the Free State; South Africa.

    Anton Pienaar, University of the Free State, South Africa

    What issues are involved in developing a decision-making framework for higher education institutions to employ in deciding upon an e-learning environment (LMS) for their specific purposes and their... More

    pp. 140-147

  2. Intelligent Tutoring Systems Using Learning Objects And Pedagogigal Agents

    Federico Raue, Centro de Tecnologías de Información (CTI), Ecuador

    Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) are an effective manner in order to improve the performance of students. At the moment, the most important research works on cognitive tutor which are focus on... More

    pp. 148-151

  3. eTTCampus: Developing a Virtual Campus for the Training of Teachers and Trainers Across Europe

    Malcolm Ryan, University of Greenwich, United Kingdom; Alicia Berlanga, UPC-Universidad Politecnica de Cataluña, Spain; David Gray, Centre for Management Learning & Development, University of Surrey, United Kingdom

    This case study reports a two year European funded project involving eleven partners from nine countries that sought to develop a virtual campus in order to provide new learning experiences for... More

    pp. 152-160

  4. Digital Inclusion in Chile: Internet in Rural Schools

    Alvaro Salinas & Jaime Sanchez, University of Chile, Chile

    The digital divide has been a subject of permanent concern for search and policy. The central concern is related to how distinct sectors of society can be included by having access to the... More

    pp. 161-170

  5. Creating Multimedia Teaching Materials For An Entire Subject Discipline

    Derek Stephens, Department of Information Science, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

    This paper outlines how, and why, to enhance 'traditional' lectures with multimedia, provides an individually produced example using de-constructed CAL multimedia materials and describes a United... More

    pp. 171-178

  6. The Impacts of ICT Based Education on the Informational Literacy of Teachers and Students in Beijing Rural Districts

    Hui Yang, Department of Educational Technology, Capital Normal University, China

    This paper depicts our research on impact of ICT to the information literacy of the teachers and students in 10 rural districts of Beijing. Through interviews and questionnaires to education... More

    pp. 179-186

  7. Collaborative Learning Online: Integrating Media in Case-based Learning for Clinical Biochemistry

    Charlotte Brack, Alfred Stauder, James Doery & Marie-Paule Van Damme, Monash University, Australia

    Abstract: We have developed an interactive, student-centred, case-based program which incorporates online group work using web-based Wikis, for learning basic principles of clinical biochemistry.... More

    pp. 187-192

  8. Promoting Research Mentoring and Collaboration Through Flash-based Role Simulation

    Daniel Cabrera, Murali Krishnamurthi & Jason Rhode, Northern Illinois University, United States

    Researchers can encounter a number of mentoring or collaborative situations that can compromise research integrity. This presentation will describe Flash-based role simulation as an effective... More

    pp. 193-194

  9. Scaffolding Effective Learning Design with Pre-Service Teachers

    Leanne Cameron, Macquarie University, Australia

    The Teacher Education Program at Macquarie University is trialling the use of Learning Activity Management System (LAMS) software as a scaffold for lesson design with pre-service teachers.... More

    pp. 195-202

  10. Podcasting for Graduate Learning

    Li-Ling Chen, California State University at East Bay, United States

    Podcasting which is a way to automatically download and synchronize digital audio as well as video files from the Internet to any portable devices, such as iPods, Palm handhelds, and Pocket PCs has... More

    pp. 203-204

  11. Rat Blogs in a Psychology Course: Mrs. Frisby in the Next Generation

    Kathryn Cooke, UVA, United States

    This qualitative study involved introducing the technology of blogs into a traditional classroom setting for a university level psychology course to improve the quality and efficiency of the... More

    pp. 205-207

  12. Learning About Space: What Can Web 2.0 Do For Us?

    Claudia Engel, Stanford University, United States

    This paper describes our experiences in applying recently emerging technologies to integrate spatial analysis in two undergraduate anthropology courses at Stanford. In the last couple of years we... More

    pp. 208-215

  13. Electronic Performance Support and Its Role in Future Library Systems

    Oladeji Famakinwa, Philip Barker & Paul van Schaik, University of Teesside, United Kingdom

    Since the mid-nineties we have been actively engaged in a programme of research into the design and application of the theory and practice of electronic performance support systems. The application... More

    pp. 216-223

  14. Computers and Learning: New roles of the Instructor and Learner

    Margaret Farren & Yvonne Crotty, Dublin City University, Ireland

    In our presentation, we intend to show how teachers on a Masters degree in eLearning programme are creating their own multimedia and web based artefacts in order to improve student learning. The... More

    pp. 224-232

  15. CBR: Computerized Data Collection and Analysis System Software

    Gail Fitzgerald & Thitinun Boonseng, University of Missouri-Columbia, United States; Kate Mitchem & Kevin Koury, California University of Pennsylvania, United States

    Presenters will demonstrate CBR•Tools™- a flexible computerized observation data collection system that can be used with one or two target students, or target and peers, to collect behavioral... More

    pp. 233-236

  16. Adaptive e-Learning Systems with Learning Portfolio

    Takashi Fuji, Takeshi Tanigawa, Takanori Yamakita & Toshifumi Fujii, Hokkaido Information University, Japan

    This paper describes adaptive e-learning systems with learning portfolio for IT education. Our project is one of Modern Good Practice (MGP) which is supported by Ministry of Education, Culture,... More

    pp. 237-245

  17. The LEI Aloha Technology Intensive Initiative

    Catherine Fulford, University of Hawaii, United States

    Striving for the seamless infusion of technology to enhance teaching and learning both throughout a full educational continuum and across eight campuses was the essence of this exciting project.... More

    pp. 246-251

  18. Teaching Robots: Robot-Lecturers and Remote Presence

    Kathiravelu Ganeshan, Unitec New Zealand, New Zealand

    In this paper, I describe the networked, intelligent, mobile robots developed by me for use in teaching. When used in autonomous mode, these robots function as lecturers. In semi-autonomous mode,... More

    pp. 252-260

  19. Constructing the Mind of Isaac Newton: An Interdisciplinary, Interactive Learning Object

    Kathleen Garay & Muriel McKay, McMaster University, Canada

    The goal of this project was to create a learning object that would allow students to discover and explore the complex mind of Isaac Newton through primary source materials, principally available... More

    pp. 261-265

  20. Darwin's Voyage: Evolution of a Learning Object

    George Guba & David Wolf, Empire State College, United States

    In this paper, "Darwin's Voyage: Evolution of a Learning Object," the authors will discuss the planning, pedagogy and production of the creation of a learning object. They will discuss the... More

    pp. 266-273