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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. Blending the 'E' into Consulting: Blended Consulting

    Michael Scholz, University of Paderborn, Germany

    The main focus of this paper is to give insight into the continuously developing term and practices of e-consulting. The authors designed a general approach to e-consulting which is described... More

    pp. 1376-1382

  2. A Review of Groupware Evaluations & A New Framework for Collaboration

    Fatma Cemile Serce, Informatics Institute, Turkey; Kursat Cagiltay, Computer Education and Instructional Technology, Turkey

    The main purpose of this paper is to find out the methods and techniques used in groupware usability evaluation. In the study, 17 groupware usability evaluation studies are found and reviewed. ... More

    pp. 1383-1386

  3. An Assessment of On-Line Collaboration:A Case Study of an On-Line Graduate Course

    Fatma Cemile Serce, Informatics Institute, Turkey; Soner Yildirim, Computer Education and Instructional Technology, Turkey

    In this study, the effectiveness of a learning management system on on-line collaboration was investigated in a graduate course offered through the means of distance learning. The study explored... More

    pp. 1387-1390

  4. Improving Teacher Quality with Web-based Video Cases

    Paul Skiera & Deborah Stirling, Arizona State University/Technology Based Learning and Research, United States

    Explore the use of video cases to reflect and discuss how practicing teachers implement standards-based reform and infuse technology across the curriculum. Learn about using an online digital... More

    p. 1391

  5. How do Japanese Pupils Use the Internet in Integrated Study? An Analysis of Learning Activities in the New Curriculum

    Kosuke Terashima, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Japan; Kenichi Kubota, Kansai University, Japan

    The new curriculum in primary and secondary education started in 2002 in Japan. It includes ga period for integrated study h. Although the constructivist learning theory can fit with this... More

    pp. 1392-1396

  6. Planning the Use of Interactive Technologies in Distance Learning: A National Mexican Teachers’ Training Program

    Lilia Ana Alfaro, Mexican Minister of Education - ITESM- UVM, Mexico

    Abstract. This document describes a strategic planning proposal aimed at the creation and implementation of a national teacher training program using distance learning in Mexico, considering the... More

    pp. 1397-1404

  7. Faculty Peer Review: Working with Online Classes

    Susan Colaric & Diane Kester, East Carolina University, United States

    In higher education student course evaluations are the most commonly used method of course review. In course evaluations, students are asked to rate a faculty member on overt behaviors that are... More

    pp. 1405-1406

  8. Sustainable Development and Integration of ICT-supported Learning

    Annette Langedijk, Faculty of Medicine, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland; Urs Haller, Faculty of Medicine, University of Zurich, Switzerland

    The faculty of medicine of the university of Zurich promotes the integration of ICT-supported learning environments into the curriculum. Since 2001, the virtual medical platform VAM (www.vam.unizh.... More

    p. 1407

  9. Proposed E-Learning Course Offerings at the University of the East - CCSS as perceived by the Administrators and Faculty Members

    Rolando Lansigan, University of the East - Manila, Philippines, Philippines

    The purpose of this research is to assess the administrators and faculty members' perception in UE-CCSS for school year 2002 - 2003 for the purpose of offering E-learning courses. This research... More

    pp. 1408-1411

  10. Strategies to Mend University Students' Internet Addiction

    Ching-Dar Lin & Min-Jin H. Lin, National Hualien Teachers College, Taiwan

    Without a scaffolding guidance, the infrastructure set up for Internet will lead to some unfortunate results, especially for young generation. This article introduces the causes and symptoms of... More

    pp. 1412-1415

  11. The changing role of the Universities in supporting E-Learning & mobility in Higher Education

    Pramod Pathak & John Murphy, National College Of Ireland, Ireland

    ELearning in conjunction with mobile computing technologies has the potential to be the single most important application to arrive on the higher-education scene in coming years. The purpose of... More

    pp. 1416-1419

  12. Computers in Education; Realistic Expectation

    Nigel Parton, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    It can be argued there is a general perception that computers are inherently educational. This perception has underpinned numerous initiatives intended to make ICT central to teaching and learning... More

    pp. 1420-1423

  13. Online Learning: Global And Educational Congruency

    Rosina Smith, Alberta Online Consortium, Canada

    Although the greater global community is, to varying degrees, embracing online approaches, it is within the learning system that the greatest dissonance is being evidenced. Many factors contribute ... More

    pp. 1424-1429

  14. Readiness for Internet Based Distance Education in Slovenia

    Viktorija Sulèiè, SEPŠ Koper, Slovenia; Dušan Lesjak, Faculty of management in Koper, Slovenia

    The presence and the expansion of Internet based distance education (online DE) are two of the characteristics of the information society by which we can estimate the level of its development. We... More

    pp. 1430-1437

  15. Digital Literacy: New Roles for The Citizen and the Patient in Global Stewardship

    Jean A. Wooldridge, St. Cloud Communications & Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, United States

    Our lives, privately and collectively are being lived in a landscape of increasingly transparent data fountains. How can we bring everyone to the table, provide access tailored to individuals and... More

    pp. 1438-1446

  16. Integrating E-Learning into Modern Organisations - A Reference Model

    Frederik Ahlemann, Corinna Haas & Uwe Hoppe, University of Osnabrück, Germany

    To implement e-learning into a company, an organisational perspective is needed. Only this view ensures that e-learning can be systematically integrated into the company's education and advanced... More

    pp. 1447-1454

  17. Personality of Learners and Group Collaboration Developments in E-Learning

    Justin Ahn, Fairfield University, United States

    Abstract: Many research studies have been conducted to compare the effectiveness of the e-learning to the traditional method. Equally many studies were conducted to find the most efficient and... More

    pp. 1455-1458

  18. The Usability test of an Online Learning Environment

    Jiye Ai & James Laffey, University of Missouri-Columbia, United States

    Abstract: Shadow netWorkspace™(SNS) is an online learning environment that includes a personal workspace for managing files and a group workspace and communication tools for collaborative activity.... More

    pp. 1459-1462

  19. Pay Attention! The Computer is Watching: Affective Tutoring Systems

    Sam Alexander, Abdolhossein Sarrafzadeh & Chao Fan, Massey University, New Zealand

    An important factor in the success of human one-to-one tutoring is the tutor's ability to identify and respond to affective cues given by the learner. However, current Intelligent Tutoring Systems ... More

    pp. 1463-1466

  20. The Relevance of Multimedia Interfaces in E-Learning

    James Alty, Department of Computer Science, United Kingdom; Ahmad Al-Sharrah & Nigel Beacham, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

    It is proposed that the use of multimedia interfaces could minimise some of the problems that result from E-learning. A comparison experiment between distance learners and face-to-face learners is ... More

    pp. 1467-1474