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EdMedia 2015--World Conference on Educational Media and Technology

Jun 22, 2015

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Saul Carliner; Catherine Fulford; Nathaniel Ostashewski

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Number of papers: 291

  1. EOOC – Easy Open Online Courses: A Platform to Create and Run Open Online Courses

    Okan Aydinguel, Philip Mildner, Stephan Kopf, Daniel Schön & Wolfgang Effelsberg, University of Mannheim, Germany

    This article describes Easy Open Online Courses (EOOCs), a framework that supports generic online courses for students combined with an authoring tool for lecturers. The aim of our work is to... More

    pp. 549-558

  2. On the Effects of Different Parameters in Classroom Interactivity Systems on Students

    Daniel Schön, Licheng Yang, Melanie Klinger, Stephan Kopf & Wolfgang Effelsberg, University of Mannheim, Germany

    Classroom Response Systems (CRS) are often used in higher education lectures. They help to activate students and to get a deeper insight on the students' knowledge base and on their opinion on... More

    pp. 559-567

  3. Education and training using information and communication technologies (ICT) in remote Indigenous communities in Canada

    Brian Beaton, University of New Brunswick and Keewaytinook Okimakanak, Canada

    The remote northwestern region of Ontario, Canada is the location of the six First Nations that the Keewaytinook Okimakanak (KO) tribal council serves. The remote Indigenous communities are only... More

    pp. 568-597

  4. The Use of Smart Boards in Enhancing Learning and Teaching in High Education

    Khalid Bingimlas, Salman bin Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia

    Abstract: This study investigate faculty members' practices for developing effective learning and teaching in high education and reported barriers in relation to the use of smart boards in Salman... More

    pp. 598-602

  5. Using The Internet To Get Kids Interested (In Learning Languages)

    Jennifer Tai Anne Leauga, Lynfield College, New Zealand

    Using e learning for indigenous youth engaging youth in online learning taking paper out of the picture Audio and visual skills improved tasks which are specifically focused on viewing,... More

    pp. 603-606

  6. Urban indigenous teachers' attitudes towards technology integration in aboriginal language instruction.

    Yuan Hung Lee & Chao Hsiu Chen, Institute of Education, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

    The present study attempts to investigate Taiwanese urban aboriginal language teachers’ attitude towards ICT-integrated aboriginal language curriculum and unveil difficulties in its implementation.... More

    pp. 607-610

  7. Identifying Students with Evasion Risk Using Data Mining

    Marcio Alencar, Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil; Eulanda Santos, ICOMP/UFAM, Brazil; José Francisco Netto, Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil

    The amount of educational institutions which work with distance learning courses is increasing. As a consequence, studies have shown that student dropout rates in this type of educational system... More

    pp. 611-616

  8. Integrating Business Intelligence to Manage Campus Operations, Improve Performance, and Master Outcomes

    Fawzi BenMessaoud & Karl MacDorman, Indiana University & Purdue University Indianapolis School of Informatics and Computing, United States; Prathik Gadde, Indiana University and Purdue University Indianapolis, United States

    This session is on integrating Business Intelligence tools with campus operations in ways that yields learning intelligence. Attendees will learn how to deliver easily understood graphic... More

    p. 617

  9. Toward a Pattern-based e-learning software design approach

    Tonguim Ferdinand Guinko & Laurence Capus, Université Laval, Canada; Hatem Ben Sta, Université de Tunis El Manar, Tunisia

    Enthusiasm for educational software sometimes hides some real problems, which have some negative repercussions on the efficiency and the quality of learning undertaken by learners. Among those... More

    pp. 618-626

  10. Design Guidelines for Mobile Collaborative Learning

    Jeongmin LEE & Boram Cho, Ewha womans university, Korea (South); Yeonji Jung, Ewha Womans University, Korea (South)

    Abstract: The purpose of this study is suggest design guidelines for mobile collaborative learning by analyzing common elements of design models for mobile collaborative learning from literature... More

    pp. 627-634

  11. A Comparison of Faculty and Student Attitudes Towards Distance Education

    Rui Li, Brett Malize, Esther Smidt & Jennifer Bunk, West Chester University, United States

    The purpose of this study is to better understand faculty and student attitudes towards distance education by exploring the similarities and differences between their attitudes and opinions. In... More

    pp. 635-642

  12. Investigating RFM Learner Cube Models of e-Learning Systems

    Yung-Tzu Lin, School of Management, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taipei, Taiwan, Taiwan; Chun-Kuei Chen, Department of Technology Application and Human Resource, National Taiwan Normal Univ., Taipei, Taiwa, Taiwan; Shein-Yun Cheng, Department of Information and Computer Eng., Chung Yuan Christian Univ., Chung-Li, Tao-Yuan, Taiwan, Taiwan

    A learner model of e-learning systems is built up by the RFM (Recency, Frequency and Monetary) model of CRM (Customer Relationship Management). A six steps KDD (Knowledge Discovery in Databases)... More

    pp. 643-650

  13. Intrinsic motivation and sense of community in online class environment

    Yumiko Murai, Teachers College, Columbia University, United States

    This study examined whether the usage of different features of web-based tools (i.e., text-based, visual tool) and structures of activities (i.e., individual, group activities) influence students’ ... More

    pp. 651-658

  14. Challenges of Learning Analytics for Personalised Learning Management Systems

    Charo Reparaz & Sonia Lara, Universidad de Navarra, Spain

    The aim of this study is to contribute some reflections on the possibilities of learning analytics in online learning platforms. Our intention is to personalise the teaching-learning processes and ... More

    pp. 659-664

  15. A Social Network Game as virtual Third Place: Community Enabler in Virtual Learning Environments?

    Heinrich Söbke & Jörg Londong, Bauhaus-Universität WeimarBauhaus-Institute for Infrastructure Solutions (b.is), Germany

    Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) are essential components especially in distance learning. However, they show shortcomings in terms of community building. Because (community-induced) social... More

    pp. 665-678

  16. Mobile Learning and Working Remotely: conceiving the mobile learning workspace

    Koen Depryck, CVO Antwerpen/Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

    Developments in the workplace and in (especially formal) education still largely take place independently from each other, regardless of a strong demand to bring both closer to each other. The... More

    pp. 679-683

  17. The collaborative design of innovative learning spaces: Formative change laboratory interventions

    Alain Breuleux & Erica Goldstein, McGill University, Canada

    Most universities are currently developing new learning spaces to adapt to their changing student population and to take advantage of recent technological tools, however they tend to deploy design ... More

    pp. 700-709

  18. Methodological issues: Appropriate research methodology for research in the design and usability of educational websites/e-learning environments and related educational technology.

    Adewunmi Ogunbase, University of Tampere, Finland, Finland

    This paper discusses the research methodology and methods that could be best used in research on design and usability of educational websites, e-learning environments and other related educational ... More

    pp. 710-715

  19. Using Google Analytics to Track Desktop and Mobile Instructional Content Delivery

    Matthew Bacz, M.A. Ed. Tech., Information Technology Services, McGill University, Canada

    This e-Learning Best Practices session will demonstrate how Google Analytics can be used to gather statistical data with regards to existing online instructional content. The session will cover the... More

    p. 716

  20. Toward Brain-based Gaming: MeasuringEngagement During Gameplay

    Sahbi Benlamine, Samira Bouslimi, Jason Harley, Claude Frasson & Aude Dufresne, University of Montreal, Canada

    In this study analyzed electroencephalography (EEG) and online self-report emotion data from 20 students during their interactions with a 3D adventure game developed using the Unity engine.... More

    pp. 717-722