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E-Learn 2003--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education



Allison Rossett

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This conference has 8 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 600

  1. Learning Styles and Student Performance in an e-Learning Environment

    Michael Barbour, University of Georgia at Athens, United States; Morris Cooze, Centre for Distance Learning and Innovation, Canada

    As e-learning begins to proliferate into secondary schools and is opened up to learners of all abilities, it is important that the effects different learning styles have upon how online instruction... More

    pp. 871-874

  2. Teaching Online in the Early 21st Century--Using Technology to Enrich the Learning Experience

    Daryl Barton, Eastern Michigan University, United States

    Faculty interested in developing online courses should be aware of higher education institutional barriers / support for online teaching. There are both administrative and collegial problems with ... More

    pp. 875-878

  3. CPCP: A different kind of blended learning

    Betzi Bateman & Linda Lewin, Case Western Reserve University, United States

    The Community Primary Care Preceptorship (CPCP) is an off-campus on-the-job type of learning environment for second and third year medical students. An engaging, self-directed online curriculum was... More

    pp. 879-880

  4. Pedagogical Patterns for Online Learning

    Luca Botturi, University of Lugano, Switzerland; Karen Belfer, University of British Columbia, Canada

    Abstract. This paper describes the use of a new representation language E2ML to denote pedagogical patterns. With E2ML you can create visual illustrations to communicate of sound pedagogical... More

    pp. 881-884

  5. Strategies for Effective Case Studies in an Online Ph.D. Degree Program

    Gary Breegle, Touro University International, United States

    Through formal course evaluations and voluntary, informal communications, students enrolled in the College of Education Ph.D. degree program in Educational Leadership at Touro University... More

    pp. 885-888

  6. Redesigning an Undergraduate Geography Course at Trinity College Dublin Using WebQuests

    Valerie Carroll, Robert Legg & David Taylor, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland

    Colleges and universities are facing many challenges today, such as changing student demographics, a global economy, rising costs, overcrowding, faculty shortages, increased accountability, and the... More

    pp. 889-896

  7. Web-Based Learning Environment for Story-Problems in Principles of Economics Course

    Dan Cernusca, Guan Yu Lin, Thitinun Boonseng & David Jonassen, University of Missouri Columbia, United States

    Abstract: Web-based and web assisted instruction is becoming more and more important in higher education. Current online delivery and management platforms do not support alternative forms of... More

    pp. 897-900

  8. The Discriminant Analysis E-Fortune Teller

    Amy Chaffin, Kulwadee Kongrith & Livia D'Andrea, University of Nevada, Reno, United States

    E-learning has simplified many complex subjects. Multivariate statistical analysis might easily fall into the category of complex subjects. As part of a graduate statistics course, students... More

    pp. 901-903

  9. Instructional Design and Interactive Learning

    Jean Charlot, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, United States

    Instructional design in an e-Learning environment can foster the alliance between technology and instruction to transform the academic environment. This interactive presentation addresses the... More

    pp. 904-905

  10. A Modular Approach to Distance Learning: Consider the Pomegranate

    William Chernish & Marshall Schott, University of Houston, United States

    Undergraduate curricula have traditionally been thought of as a series of courses, three-hour courses; a model that may be likened to a piece of citrus with its segments. Another model may be... More

    pp. 906-908

  11. An Internet-based Meta-cognitive Tool for Courseware Development

    John Coffey, Institute for Human and Machine Cognition & Dept. of Computer Science, United States; Alberto Cañas, Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, United States

    This work describes an Internet-based, meta-cognitive tool named LEO (Learning Environment Organizer) that is based upon extensions to Concept Maps, and is designed to help course creators... More

    pp. 909-912

  12. Pre-Testing Students on Course Structure in Online Classes

    Joy Colwell, Purdue University Calumet, United States

    To reduce the volume of email instructors receive on administrative or non-course topics, they can require that students complete a test over the course structure and requirements, before the first... More

    pp. 913-916

  13. Perceived and Actual Interactive Activities in eLearning Environments

    Caroline Crawford, Ruth Gannon-Cook & Anne Rudnicki, University of Houston-Clear Lake, United States

    Electronic learning (eLearning) environments offer numerous strengths, as well as continual areas of further interest. Interactive activities are aspects within the eLearning environment wherein... More

    pp. 917-920

  14. Building E-Learning Architectures: Reconsidering the Structure of Distributed Learning Environments To Span the Digital Divide

    Susan Crichton & Gail Kopp, University of Calgary, Canada

    pp. 921-924

  15. A “Mini” Strategy to Guide the Design and Development of Web-based Instruction for a Geographically Dispersed Sales Organization

    Agnes Dionne & John Talanca, Novartis Pharmaceuticals, United States

    A global pharmaceutical training team presents a case study involving development of a tailored instructional design and production strategy that guides the internal creation of Web-based lessons... More

    pp. 925-932

  16. Dilemmas in Online Interpersonal Skills Training

    Min Young Doo, Indiana University at Bloomington, United States

    The purpose of this presentation is to investigate the possibilities of implementing interpersonal skills training to an online learning environment. Based on the definitions and characteristics of... More

    pp. 933-935

  17. An Instructionally-Sound Design Framework for Health Behavior Change

    Suzanne Ebbers, Florida State University, United States

    To address the essential instructional design issues leading to the development of an effective solution to the epidemic problem of health behavior change, such as is the case of Type 2 diabetes,... More

    pp. 936-943

  18. Higher Education and ICT: Questions to Design Successful Pedagogical scenarios to Improve the Learning Process

    Liliane Esnault, E.M.LYON, France; Amaury Daele, FUNDP, Belgium

    The paper presents some findings of the European Research Project Recre@sup. It presents the work done by one of the teams in the project, focused on the design of sucessful pedagogical scenarios... More

    pp. 944-951

  19. Creating An Online Nursing PhD Program: F2F to Online

    Garry Forger & Bruce Cameron, The University of Arizona, United States

    With funds provided by a State of Arizona tax initiative, the College of Nursing and the Learning Technologies Center at the University of Arizona have teamed up to create an online curriculum for ... More

    pp. 952-953

  20. Grounded Metadata for Describing Instructional Strategies and Tactics and the VALAnator

    Garry Forger, Jennifer Franklin & Mayte Perez-Franco, The University of Arizona, United States

    In 1999 the Department of Education, through its Learning Anywhere and Anytime Program (LAAP) Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) funded the Virtual Adaptive Learning... More

    pp. 954-957