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ED-MEDIA 2011--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications

Jun 27, 2011

Editors

Theo Bastiaens; Martin Ebner

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Number of papers: 575

  1. Using a web-based platform to enhance employability skills of the global citizen student: introducing the Blended Learning Phased Assessment Employability Strategy (BLPASES) framework.

    Ingrid Kanuga & Zabin Visram, University of West London, United Kingdom

    Abstract: The hospitality industry demands graduates joining the industry to have a wide range of soft skills involving communication, change management, self and other leadership, presentation,... More

    pp. 419-423

  2. A Design Methodology of Case-based Learning for Training Innovative Practices: A Case of Professional Development for Teaching with Web 2.0

    Hyeonjin Kim, Department of Education, Korea (South)

    This paper aims to present a particular design methodology of case-based learning for training innovative practices. Case-based learning has been used in education for bridging theory and practice.... More

    pp. 424-428

  3. Competency Model Development of e-Learning Designers in Korea

    Seri Kim, Kyung Hee University, Korea (South); Yoon Jung Kim, Seoul National Univ., Korea (South); Hyun-Keun Oh, Seoul Robotics high school, Korea (South); Hyoseon Choi, Korea National Open Univ., Korea (South)

    It is quite obvious that specific features and context of Korea requires certain kinds of competencies for e-learning instructional designers in Korea. However, there are very few studies which are... More

    pp. 429-441

  4. SEMantic Internet Education (SEMIE) Tool

    Petra Korica-Pehserl, IICM, Graz University of Technology, Austria; Martin Fenyö, 4relation GmbH, Austria; Hermann Maurer, IICM, Graz University of Technology, Austria

    SEMIE – SEMantic Internet Education is a browser-like tool offering a new modern way of learning using Internet for getting newest information and social media functionality but also incorporating ... More

    pp. 442-450

  5. Preparing Teachers of the Future: A National Initiative to Integrate ICT in Teacher Education in Australia

    Jenny Lane, Edith Cowan University, Australia

    This paper shares a journey of innovation and change to integrate ICT in Teacher Education Courses in a School of Teacher Education in Australia. It is linked to two initiatives, The Teaching... More

    pp. 451-456

  6. Creating Open Educational Resources for Mobile Phones

    Beverly Leeds, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

    This paper outlines the work undertaken by the TELSTAR project, funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) to create mobile phone learning resources. It will explore how resources for... More

    pp. 457-460

  7. Use of Telecommunication Technologies for Online Community and Distance Learning

    Amy S. C. Leh, California State Univ. San Bernardino, United States; John Muratet, SBCUSD, United States

    This presentation reports two projects utilizing telecommunication technologies to support online community and distance learning: Parks Online Resources for Teachers and Students (PORTS) has many ... More

    pp. 461-464

  8. Managing Multidisciplinary Student Design Teams

    Martin Masek, Jo Jung & Barnard Clarkson, Edith Cowan University, Australia

    The management of multidisciplinary student teams is a challenge. In this paper we describe our experience in running a shared assessment across several units. Four multidisciplinary teams were... More

    pp. 465-470

  9. What ICT-related skills and capabilities should be considered central to the definition of digital literacy?

    Catherine McLoughlin, Australian Catholic University, Australia

    In the 21st century, when talk of digital literacy arises, we think of tools that have become an extension of ourselves and provide us with the ability to download music, capture video, and edit... More

    pp. 471-475

  10. The natives are restless: meeting the diversity and needs of millennial students in a large undergraduate unit

    Mark McMahon & Jo Jung, Edith Cowan University, Australia

    Today’s students are referred to as ‘digital natives’. But what does it mean to be digitally native? How does the digital nativeness affect the way student learn and we teach? This paper examines... More

    pp. 476-481

  11. The Mechanics of Caricature, and Their Application in the Classroom Through Illustration Software

    Stuart Medley & Hanadi Haddad, Edith Cowan University, Australia

    The human visual system (eyes and brain) has the capacity to understand pictures where detail has been removed. The visual system also has the capacity to understand images that are exaggerated in ... More

    pp. 482-487

  12. Enhancing students’ awareness of multimodal affordances and constraints: The case of the construction of a student-generated virtual museum

    Mark Evan Nelson, National Institute of Education,Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Feng Sim, Fraunhofer IDM@NTU, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

    This paper focuses on the construction of a student-generated virtual museum mediated through a specially-designed technological platform within a language curriculum that emphasizes multimodal... More

    pp. 488-497

  13. Evaluation of Educational Content Sharing Solutions: Challenges of the mEducator Best Practice Network

    Iolie Nicolaidou, University of Cyprus, Cyprus; Daniela Giordano & Concetto Spampinato, Universita' di Catania, Italy; Constantinos Pattichis, University of Cyprus, Cyprus; Panagiotis Bamidis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece; Athos Antoniades, University of Cyprus, Cyprus

    The Best Practice Network (BPN) for medical education (mEducator) aims at implementing and critically evaluating existing standards and reference models in order to address a lack of standardized... More

    pp. 498-503

  14. Scalpel and Pincette in Mathematics Software

    Vladimir Nodelman, Holon Institute of Technology, Israel

    The use of software in mathematics courses at the graduate level remains occasional and problematic. There are two obvious reasons of this situation: misunderstanding of the role of instructional... More

    pp. 504-509

  15. Metaphors and authenticity

    Ayse Ozverir & Ildeniz Ozverir, Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus

    This poster presentation will provide the opportunity for us to share the design issues considered while designing the @Salamis project. One of the fundamental concepts of @Salamis is the city... More

    pp. 510-515

  16. A Path to Sustainability in Online Learning Design

    Rosario Passos & Kathy Siedlaczek, BCIT, Canada

    As we continually strive towards quality of teaching and learning at our Institute, we support innovative technology-driven delivery models designed to create engaging learning environments that... More

    pp. 516-522

  17. The Use of the Open Source E-portfolio System Mahara to Support the Notion of Digital Documentation and the Development of Electronic-Portfolio with Pre-service Language Teachers

    Martine Pellerin, University of Alberta (Campus Saint-Jean), Alberta Canada, Canada

    The paper describes a pilot project focusing on the use of an open source e-portfolio system called Mahara as a means to support the notion of digital documentation and the development of... More

    pp. 523-528

  18. The TEMPO of Battle: Designing a Temporally Enabled Map for Presentation

    Nathan Prestopnik & Alan Foley, Syracuse University, United States

    Despite their ubiquity and utility as teaching and visualization tools, battlefield maps for military history education have received little formal research attention. To address the problem space ... More

    pp. 529-538

  19. Digital Competence In K-12. Theoretical Models, Assessment Tools and Empirical Research

    Maria Ranieri, Antonio Calvani & Antonio Fini, University of Florence, Italy

    Over the last years the theme of the digital competence in its different aspects has been object of a growing interest. In a number of official documents and communications, international bodies... More

    pp. 539-548

  20. University of Hamburg in Second Life: Résumé after 4 Years

    Torsten Reiners, University of Hamburg, Germany

    The poster is about the University of Hamburg being in Second Life for the last four years establishing several projects. It summarizes the achievements and closes a chapter in an ongoing story.... More

    pp. 549-551