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

2003

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Allison Rossett

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Number of papers: 600

  1. Improving Self-efficacy of Pre-service Teachers to Integrate Technology into Instruction

    John Durnin, Villanova University, United States

    This study involves the application of Bandura's sources of self-efficacy in a course for integrating technology into instruction for pre-service teachers. The study was conducted over two... More

    pp. 1298-1301

  2. Army Internet-Based Training: Public Key Infrastructure and Information Security Requirements

    Alan Gunnerson, Headquarters, Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), United States

    The Department of Defense's mandate of a public key infrastructure (PKI) will have an impact on the Army's Distributed Learning Program (TADLP). The Army's Executive Agent (AEA) for the PKI/Common ... More

    pp. 1302-1305

  3. Faculty Roles Unbundled - Franklin University

    Jacqueline Hagerott & Jeffrey Ferezan, Franklin University, United States

    The roles and responsibilities of Franklin University Faculty are based upon the concept of unbundling. In keeping with the University's Guiding Principles of Leading in Education, Franklin... More

    pp. 1306-1308

  4. Comprehensive Clinical Education Using "Advanced" Multimedia: The Virtual Practicum

    Joseph V. Henderson, Dartmouth Medical School, United States

    This presentation will describe and demonstrate an "advanced" multimedia model called the virtual practicum. "Advanced" multimedia integrates media to provide an immersive learning environment and ... More

    pp. 1309-1316

  5. Application of the Bootable CD-ROM to Education and its Case Study

    Takahiro Kawato, Hitoshi Sasaki & Makoto Takeya, Takushoku University, Japan

    It is difficult for students to carry out preparation and review for computer programming lessons at home because they need same computer environments between their university and home. Therefore,... More

    pp. 1317-1318

  6. What Works in Distance Learning: A Project for the U.S. Office of Naval Research

    Edward Kazlauskas & Harold O'Neil, University of Southern California, United States

    This paper documents the progress to date on a project for the U.S. Office of Naval Research (ONR). The basic methodology was to conduct a research synthesis by experts, using analytical methods,... More

    pp. 1319-1322

  7. eAdvisement for Online Students: Making It Work for You and Them

    Judy Lee, University of Central Florida, United States

    This presentation will identify, discuss and demonstrate the use of a WebCt eAdvisement room, a MS Word eAdvisement form, and a Web site as effective electronic advisement strategies for online... More

    pp. 1323-1324

  8. PILOT: A Model Technology Training Program for University Faculty

    Sondra Lettrich, Terrance DePasquale & Mary Spataro, Seton Hill University, United States

    The Promoting Instruction and Learning Opportunities with Technology (PILOT) project is a second-generation project which introduces or refreshes teachers' knowledge of inclusionary teaching... More

    pp. 1325-1326

  9. 3D Collaborative Alliance for e-Learning Business

    Kenneth Chun Bong Leung, Grace W.M. Cheung, Bruce S.N. Cheung & L.K. Kwok, The University of Hong Kong School of Professional and Continuing Education, Hong Kong

    With the growing of the e-learning market, the customer requirements as well as the needs on the quality of service have increased a lot in recent years. A practitioner alone can no longer provide ... More

    pp. 1327-1333

  10. A Media Rich Online Faculty Resource Center

    Clerkin Mary Jane, Berkeley College, United States

    Although Berkeley College provides the usual workshops and open labs for online faculty, many busy online faculty prefer to use the "Information Superhighway" and locate information quickly and... More

    pp. 1334-1335

  11. Designing a Collaborative and Multimedia Learning Environment for Medical Simulation-based Training

    Elizabeth Medélez Ortega, Anita Burgun & Pierre Le Beux, Medical Informatics Laboratory (LIM), France

    In this paper we present the design process of a collaborative environment for medical education, named Virtu@l Consult@tion. The goal of this project is to allow students to simulate a medical... More

    pp. 1336-1343

  12. Pedagogical Adeptness in the Design of E-learning Environments: Experiences from the Lab@Future Project

    Daisy Mwanza & Yrjö Engeström, Center for Activity Theory & Developmental Work Research, University of Helsinki, Finland

    Abstract: The concept of e-learning is increasingly being used to describe the deployment of information and communication technologies (ICT) to support educational activities in various spheres of... More

    pp. 1344-1347

  13. Integrating Localization Training into an Undergraduate Translation Program: A Case Study of CUSB

    Moses Nyongwa, School of Translation, Collège Universitaire de Saint-Boniface, Canada; Isaac Woungang, Dept. of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science, Ryerson University, Canada

    Localization, an emerging sub-field of translation, computer science, and cultural studies, is becoming a very important discipline in most of the translation schools in Canada and worldwide. The... More

    pp. 1348-1351

  14. AGU fS Cyber Campus System: Studying the Worldviews while Exercising IT Skills

    Hiroyuki Obari, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan

    This presentation describes ethe Seminar f conducted at the Department of Economics at Aoyama Gakuin University. This Seminar helped the students to learn global worldviews using computer skills... More

    pp. 1352-1355

  15. Pschyotherapy through elearning: eTherapy (A pilot study)

    Fiona O'Doherty & Pramod Pathak, National College Of Ireland, Ireland

    This pilot study investigates the potential role for elearning in problem-solving psychotherapy. Problems with previous trials are discussed and the future role for blended therapy is examined. An ... More

    pp. 1356-1359

  16. IP Video Conferencing for Distance Mentoring of 5-12 Grade Student Writers

    John Ost, Writers Corner, United States

    In this interactive session, participants will learn about the Writing, Art, and Music Nexus (WAM Nexus) in Northwestern University's Collaboratory. In January 2003, the WAM Nexus became a reality ... More

    p. 1360

  17. Setting a Constructivist Framework to Build Online Study Skill Modules for Use in a Freshman Transition Course

    Sunay Palsole, University Studies, United States; Harry Schulte, Digital Media Center, United States

    Abstract: Study skills are a very important aspect of college success. This paper provides a look at the development of online study skill modules in progress at the University of Texas at El Paso... More

    pp. 1361-1364

  18. Developing True Multimedia Courses

    Eric Patton, Webster University, United States

    This presentation provides an overview of how to effectively develop a Web-based learning environment that incorporates multiple forms of web friendly media to enhance the learning process. Topics ... More

    pp. 1365-1367

  19. The Popularity of E-Learning and Perceptions Surrounding it

    Pascal Roubides, U. of Phoenix, United States

    This brief monogram aims to highlight the notion that E-Learning is the most favorite mode of distance education today. This is accomplished through the presentation of recent statistics breaking... More

    pp. 1368-1371

  20. Ergonomic criteria for a multimedia-based E_Learning System

    Ioan Roxin, Franche-Comté University, LASELDI, Multimedia Department - Montbéliard, France

    The realization of a multimedia-based e_learning system requires a significant intellectual and time investment from teachers. The quality and the clearness of the online contents as well as the... More

    pp. 1372-1375