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EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology

Jun 25, 2018

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Theo Bastiaens; Johan Van Braak; Mark Brown; Lorenzo Cantoni; Manuel Castro; Rhonda Christensen; Gayle V. Davidson-Shivers; Koen DePryck; Martin Ebner; Mikhail Fominykh; Catherine Fulford; Stylianos Hatzipanagos; Gerald Knezek; Karel Kreijns; Gary Marks; Erkko Sointu; Elsebeth Korsgaard Sorensen; Jarmo Viteli; Joke Voogt; Peter Weber; Edgar Weippl; Olaf Zawacki-Richter

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Number of papers: 308

  1. Three Types of Practical Examples of Programming Education at Elementary Schools in Japan

    Yuki Kobayashi, Ibaraki University, Japan; Susumu Kanemune, Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan; Shizuka Shirai, Osaka University, Japan; Hidenari Usui, Nakanohigashi Elementary School, Japan; Takumi Shimizu, Elementary School Attached to Ibaraki University, Japan

    In Japan, the course of study is to be revised in 2020. In the next guideline, programming education will be introduced to elementary schools. There are already municipalities that already set up... More

    pp. 461-466

  2. Learning in the Age of Distraction

    Karl Bernard Sebire, Sue Gregory & Michelle Bannister-Tyrrell, University of New England, Australia

    Ubiquitous technology permeates the way adolescents learn and interact in the digital age. This research (in progress) uses mixed methods to determine under which conditions Australian secondary... More

    pp. 467-472

  3. Development of IoT Educational Program for Workers to Meet the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

    Hiroyuki Dekihara, Hiroshima Shudo University, Japan; Toru Ochi, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan; Ryuji Miyazaki, Hiroshima International University, Japan; Takuro Ozaki, Osaka Kyoiku University, Japan

    In the Fourth Industrial Revolution, there are some of the core technologies such as AI (Artificial Intelligence), IoT (Internet of Things), Robotics, etc. However, these technologies are not... More

    pp. 473-478

  4. Monitor for ICT integration in Flemish education (MICTIVO): Research set-up and some preliminaries

    Pieter Jan Heymans, KU Leuven, Research Centre for Information Management; Centre for IP&T, Belgium; Eline Godaert, UGent, Department of Educational Studies, Belgium; Jan Elen, KU Leuven, Centre for Instructional Psychology and Technology, Belgium; Johan van Braak, UGent, Department of Educational Studies, Belgium; Katie Goeman, KU Leuven, Research Centre for Information Management, Belgium

    MICTIVO is a monitoring tool to evaluate ICT integration in the formal Flemish education. It was first conducted in 2008, based on a literature review of several European monitors for mapping the... More

    pp. 479-484

  5. The context of online training, motivations and barriers on following them by travel agents in the United Kingdom, India and New Zealand.

    Nadzeya Kalbaska & Lorenzo Cantoni, USI – Università della Svizzera italiana, Switzerland

    There are different existing options for the travel trade on learning about tourism destinations: attending training sessions organized by the tourism offices, by listening to TV programs, or by... More

    pp. 485-495

  6. Proposal for Development of Methods to Incorporate Higher-Order Skill in the FAA SMS Certification Program

    Richard Vranesh, CSSI, United States

    A training curriculum is usually developed as a result of the acquisition of a new system, the adaptation of an existing curriculum to a new discipline, or the conversion to enhanced courseware. ... More

    pp. 496-518

  7. FERPA, HIPAA, and Other Privacy Concerns in Online Education

    William Garner, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, United States

    This treatise will address the personal and professional liability concerns that educators who teach in online environments, based out of the USA, may encounter. Under HIPAA, 42 CFR Part 2, FERPA,... More

    pp. 519-523

  8. Best of Germany: Developing Strategies for Digital Transformation in Higher Education: Not a Trivial Pursuit

    Michael Kerres & Barbara Getto, University Duisburg-Essen, Germany

    The paper presents an organizational view on educational technology in higher education. Many institutions are eagerly implementing various digital technologies and tools for learning, they seem to... More

    pp. 524-530

  9. An Analysis of Computing-Related Education in the Korean National Curriculum

    Soyul Yi & Youngjun Lee, Korea National University of Education, Korea (South)

    In Korea, software education was emphasized in the 2015 revised national curriculum for improving students’ computational thinking. In the present study, we introduce and analyze the computing... More

    pp. 531-536

  10. “... otherwise I will get lost”: Affective aspects of personal information management among preservice teachers

    Lilach Alon, Tel Aviv University, Israel; Alona Forkosh Baruch, Levinsky College of Education, Tel Aviv University, Israel; Rafi Nachmias, Tel Aviv University, Israel

    This study examines affective aspects of personal information management (PIM), which is a basic need in the digital era, characterized by overflow of information. Our basic assumption is that... More

    pp. 537-547

  11. Cross-cultural Design and Development of Courses for Faculty

    Anne-Marie Armstrong & Arturo Ocampo, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo (UAEH), Mexico

    Working with counterparts in a bilingual context has many challenges and rewards. Designing and developing courses that are relevant and sustainable is a product of true cross-cultural cooperation... More

    pp. 548-571

  12. Retooling 3D documentation technology for education: A review of photogrammetry technique used as a guideline for digitizing objects in K-12 education

    Melis Baloğlu Aşut, Istanbul Technical University, PhD candidate, Turkey

    This paper intends to present a review of the evaluation of 3D documentation technologies and techniques grounding photogrammetry technique, focusing on the needs and requirements of educators who ... More

    pp. 572-581

  13. The Tipping Point: On Making Technological Innovation in the Higher Education Classroom the Norm

    Zarina Mariam Charlesworth, School of Management & Engineering Vaud, HES-SO // University of Applied Sciences W. Switzerland, Switzerland

    This paper reports on the use of strategies for encouraging change in higher education that allows for the integration of technology in course design and delivery. The research was carried out in... More

    pp. 588-593

  14. The Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning: Reimagining SOTL for the Social Network Age.

    Thomas Cochrane & Vickel Narayan, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

    In this discussion paper we propose a framework for embedding the scholarship of technology enhanced learning (SOTEL) within an educational design research (EDR) methodology. SOTEL updates Boyer’s ... More

    pp. 594-603

  15. Factors affecting pre- and in-service use of technology in teaching: Implications for research and practice – Part 1

    Daan Farjon, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Anneke Smits, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands; Joke Voogt, University of Amsterdam/ Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands; Gerald Knezek & Rhonda Christensen, University of North Texas, United States; Dominik Petko & Doreen Prasse, Schwyz University of Teacher Education, Switzerland; Jo Tondeur, Vrije Univseristeit Brussel, Belgium; Ronny Scherer & Fazilat Siddiq, University of Oslo, Norway; Teemu Valtonen & Erkko Sointu, University of Eastern Finland, Finland; Johan van Braak, Ghent University, Belgium

    This symposium aims to contribute to a better understanding of the factors that contribute to or impede pre- and in-service teachers to use technology in their teaching. Three models are central... More

    pp. 604-607

  16. Instructional materials and students’ learning styles

    Patricia Fidalgo & Ieda M. Santos, Emirates College for Advanced Education, United Arab Emirates; Joan Thormann, Lesley Univeristy, United States

    This poster presents the results of an exploratory study conducted in an Emirati college on a blended course offered to graduate students enrolled in Masters’ of Education Program. According to... More

    pp. 608-611

  17. Kissed by the Muse: Promoting Computer Science Education for All with the Calliope Board

    Maria Grandl & Martin Ebner, Graz University of Technology, Austria

    A critical approach to new technologies requires a general understanding of the logical and technical aspects behind them. In the German-speaking part of Europe, we experience, that computer... More

    pp. 612-621

  18. Making a Case for Digital Inquiry: Using Wearable Video Technology to Engage in Perspective Taking and Inquiry

    Cassidy Hall, University of Idaho, United States; Ricky Mullins, Virginia Tech, United States; Melinda Davis & Jaap Vos, University of Idaho, United States

    Technology integration and inquiry-based learning are not novel concepts. Nevertheless, the possibilities with integrating Pivothead Wearable Imaging technology lends a unique opportunity for... More

    pp. 622-625

  19. Development of Automatic Language Classroom Analysis System

    Hiroki Ishizuka, Hokkaido University of Education, Asahikawa Campus, Japan; Ronald KIbler, Hokkaido Komazawa University, Japan

    One of the highly validated language classroom observation methods is Communicative Orientation of Language Teaching initiated by N. Spada and M. Fröhlich. This method, however, is not widely used ... More

    pp. 626-630

  20. Latin American International School Faculty Uses and Gratifications of Technology

    Liliana Julio, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Colombia; Erik Kormos, Colegio Karl C Parrish, Colombia; Adam Morgan & Taylor Dopuch, Colegio Karl C. Parrish, Colombia

    Web-based learning technologies are utilized worldwide in each grade level and subject of K-12 education. American accredited international schools in Latin America are no different. This study... More

    pp. 631-636