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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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Number of papers: 600

  1. Using Education and Technology For Breastfeeding Solutions: Babes in the Woods Tackle Technology

    Kathy Hamelin, Health Sciences Centre, Canada; Margaret Burrows, University of Manitoba, Faculty of Medicine, Canada

    Women are told that breastfeeding is good for their babies and easily performed. Problems occur in more than fifty percent of cases and mothers often stop breastfeeding. Health care providers often... More

    pp. 84-87

  2. Data Visualization Tools to Facilitate Scientific Inquiry

    Richard Huber, University of North Carolina Wilmington, United States

    This session will present a case for using interactive Internet resources as tools for facilitating inquiry-based science instruction, as called for in the National Science Education Standards,... More

    pp. 88-90

  3. Online Inquiry-Based Learning: A Multi-Disciplinary Interactive Unit

    Pam Johnson, Adventure of the American Mind, United States

    Modeling curriculum integration of technology is crucial to teachers being able to create meaningful activities for their classroom. From Myth to Millennium: Investigating the Tar Heel State... More

    pp. 91-92

  4. The Beginnings of a Case: The Best Practices Project

    Terri Kurz, Gloria Llama, Wilhelmina Savenye & Jiahong Li, Arizona State University, United States

    Preservice teachers do not believe that their teacher education courses prepare them to use technology innovatively in their future classrooms (Willis, Thompson & Sadera, 1999). The Best Practices... More

    pp. 93-96

  5. Digitizing Classroom Video: Technical Considerations in Video Editing

    Jiahong Li, James Middleton, Cumali Oksuz, Wilhelmina Savenye, Everett Louis & Terri Kurz, Arizona State University, United States

    This paper will discuss the complexities in editing digital video clips for a pre-service teacher-training program. The original video is recorded by digital camcorders with mini-DV tapes, and the ... More

    pp. 97-100

  6. Multidimensional Educational Multimedia with <ML>³

    Ulrike Lucke, Djamshid Tavangarian & Denny Voigt, University of Rostock, Germany

    This paper introduces the basic concepts and application areas of the Multidimensional LearningObjects and Modular Lectures Markup Language ³. It was developed in order to compensate the lack... More

    pp. 101-104

  7. E-learning support for basic and advanced medical education

    Herbert Matthies, Hannover Medical School, Germany

    pp. 105-107

  8. Teaching Chinese Films with Digitally-Indexed Modules in WebCT

    Aili Mu & De Zhang, Iowa State University, United States

    Starting with an overview of the pedagogical difficulties in a Chinese film course, this article presents a solution - the creation of Digitally-Indexed Modules in WebCT - through technology... More

    pp. 108-111

  9. Making Learning Fun when Teaching Children Online: Plimoth Plantation’s Online Learning Center

    Kim Van Wormer, Plimoth Plantation, United States; Lisa Neal, eLearn Magazine, United States

    Museums are faced with the challenge of providing virtual visitors with a rich online experience and an education that is different, but potentially deeper, than a physical visit. For children,... More

    pp. 112-115

  10. Multimedia Learning Environment for Principles of Electrical Engineering - GETsoft

    Volker Neundorf, Silke Hammer & Edwin Wagner, TU Ilmenau, Germany

    The learning environment is based on three main parts: LearnWeb, TaskWeb and Bookweb. LearnWeb contains learning programs and modules for training of basics in electrical engineering (structured... More

    pp. 116-117

  11. Virtual Resources and Strategies to Equip Teachers to Develop Culturally Relevant Content

    Joyce Pittman, University of Cincinnati, United States

    Purpose: This interactive session will provide participants with the opportunity to explore and learn about a wealth of powerful, free practical resources and strategies by which they can prepare... More

    pp. 118-120

  12. Developing ASP.NET Web Application using Microsoft Visual Studio.NET

    Annu Prabhakar, University of Cincinnati, United States

    Abstract: This Interactive session is intended for people who are interested in learning about Microsoft ASP.NET technology and for those who are interested in learning how to develop an ASP.NET... More

    pp. 121-123

  13. A Tool for Content Development and Presentation for Online Education

    Ravichandran Rajagopalan & Prasannalakshmi Komanduri, P.S.G. College of Arts and Science, India

    Education offers immediate and positive benefits to everyone from the rural field worker and urban rag picker, to the wealthiest and most privileged.Computer based training and education systems... More

    pp. 124-127

  14. Online Higher and Adult Education in an Asynchronous Environment

    Mark Ryan, School of Education, National University, United States

    Online higher and adult education values active out-of-class adult learning experience. Concepts of time and space are different for the online learner. In today's rapidly changing technological... More

    pp. 128-131

  15. Role of XML in Building Ontology(s) for E-Learning Domain

    Paramjeet Singh Saini, ICT Graduate School,University of Trento, Italy

    Abstract: Most of the universities and organizations are embracing XML(Extensible Markup Language) to streamline the methods of creating and handling learning resources. XML together with existing ... More

    pp. 132-135

  16. Before and After: Improving Readability in Online Instructional Materials

    Anita Sokmen, English Language Programs, University of Washington, United States

    Although writers of online instructional materials begin the development process by focusing on their audience, in fact, it is not always possible to know who the eventual users will be. The... More

    pp. 136-138

  17. Visualizing Chemistry for Online College Learning: An Introduction to the Hybridization of Atomic Orbitals

    Joseph Springer, Glendale Community College, United States; Wilhelmina Savenye, Arizona State University, United States; Kerry Mitchell, University of Advancing Computing Technology, United States

    This paper describes a project designed to help undergraduate organic chemistry students better understand the concept of atomic orbital hybridization. This topic tends to be difficult for... More

    pp. 139-140

  18. A Platform for Building and Using Personalized Courseware

    Roselli Teresa, Faggiano Eleonora, Grasso Antonella & Rossano Veronica, Department of Computer Science - University of Bari, Italy

    This work presents an e-learning platform for creating and using personalized learning courses, based on integration of the essential components of an Intelligent Authoring System and an... More

    pp. 141-144

  19. Collaborative Approach to DigitiztingThree-Dimensional Cultural Artifacts

    Jeffrey Trzeciak, Wayne State University, United States

    Clothing responds immediately to changes in popular culture, industrialization, inventions, labor organization, and society's socio-economic and ethnic mix. Our digital project features both the... More

    pp. 145-146

  20. Interactivity in an Online Course: Making It More than Page Turning

    Michael Uttendorfer, New York Institute of Technology, United States

    One of the keys to effective online teaching and learning is interactivity. Online communication tools facilitate instructor-to-student and student-to-student interactivity but creating meaningful ... More

    pp. 147-149