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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. Student Perception of Enablers and Inhibitors in Online Language Learning

    Amanda Colmer, WICeD, The University of Waikato, New Zealand

    Using journaling and participant as researcher fieldwork two logs were kept of the student experience of language learning both online and face-to-face. These logs were analyzed to highlight... More

    pp. 1558-1561

  2. The IRPSA Model: Intraindividual Action Method

    Brenda Czech & Norman Douglass, National University, United States

    Abstract: This session entitled "IRPSA Model: Intraindividual Action Method" presents the video clips from a study with teachers-in-training implementing the IRPSA Model construct using the... More

    pp. 1562-1563

  3. Linking Knowledge Management and LIS: Innovative Use of a Community of Practice

    Kimiz Dalkir & Edward Bilodeau, McGill University, Canada

    The objective of this research project is to create a virtual environment to host a community of practice (CoP) through which students, alumni and KM practitioners can interact and share knowledge ... More

    pp. 1564-1567

  4. Foundations for Lifelong Learning: Building Successful Self-Directed E-Learning Approaches From K-12 to Higher Education

    Jane Pilling-Cormick, Professional Learning & Training, Canada; Gail Derrick, Regent University, United States

    Abstract: The need to develop skills and attitudes that enable learners to engage in lifelong and self-directed learning has implications for a world that is increasingly focused on information,... More

    pp. 1568-1574

  5. Interactive video case-based TPD programs: Five critical success factors

    Alvaro Galvis, Concord Consortium, United States; Ricardo Nemirovsky, TERC, United States

    This presentation will share what the Seeing Math Telecommunications Project has clarified concerning critical sucess factors for the creation and offering of interactive video case-based TPD... More

    pp. 1575-1582

  6. Using Internet2 to implement and evaluate an on-line version of

    Thom Gaylord, University of Akron, United States

    The University of Akron is partnering with the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget to provide remote facilitation for the Exercise in Hard Choices via Internet2 locations throughout the... More

    pp. 1583-1586

  7. Assessment and Self-Assessment in e-learning courseware

    Enrica Gentile & Paola Plantamura, Dipartimento di Informatica, Italy

    The assessment process mainly deals with determining how the educational goals are achieved. Therefore, the assessment process is highly relevant in an educational self-learning process, like the e... More

    pp. 1587-1590

  8. On-line, Blended Learning and Face-to-Face Instructor Competencies: Are they the Same?

    Rahda Ganesan, Syracuse University, India; Ileana de la Teja, LICEF-University of Quebec, Canada; Hae-Deok Song, Penn State University; Jan Visser, Learning Development Institute, France; Tim Spannaus, Wayne State University, United States; Dennis Fields, St. Cloud University, United States; Barbara Sorensen, USAF Research Laboratory, United States; Barbara Grabowski, Penn State University, United States; J. Michael Spector, Syracuse University, United States; James Klein, Arizona State University, United States

    Specifying instructor competencies has become complicated in the current public, private and academic instructional and training environments made possible by the Internet. Great debates have... More

    pp. 1591-1593

  9. Using customized attributed classification systems for content description in a medical education library

    Beda Christoph Hammerschmidt, Institute for Information Systems (IFIS), Germany

    Precise content description of teaching materials in an educational library is an important precondition for fast retrieval and collaborative usage of learning objects. Different basic approaches... More

    pp. 1594-1597

  10. Rating Learning Object Quality with Bayesian Belief Networks

    Kate Han, Vive Kumar & John Nesbit, Simon Fraser University, Canada

    As differing evaluation instruments are adopted in learning object repositories serving specialized communities of users, what methods can be adopted for translating evaluative data across... More

    pp. 1598-1601

  11. A Framework for Scaffolding Performance in ADDL Environments

    Michael Hannafin & Kathleen Hannafin, University of Georgia, United States

    New technologies coupled with reduced training budgets have spurred interest in advanced distance and distributed learning (ADDL) environments. ADDL environments offer the potential to deliver... More

    pp. 1602-1605

  12. Collaborative Online Activities That Promote A Sense of Community: Perceptions of Graduate Students

    Katherine Hayden & Antonette Hood, Cal State University San Marcos, United States

    In response to rapid technological change and the increased need for lifelong learning opportunities, educational institutions have developed varied distance education programs. Technology can... More

    pp. 1606-1609

  13. Design for Experimenting in E-Learning: The Effects of Web Page Design on Students' Test Performance

    Ling-Chin Ko, Indiana State University, United States; Jui-Feng Ho, Indiana State University in the U.S.A. and Far East College in Taiwan, Taiwan

    This is a research in progress. This study examines the effect that message area location and function area location have separately and jointly on the learning of students in a ten-hour segment... More

    pp. 1610-1613

  14. Perspectives of Security issue in Pervasive e-learning service

    Hsuanchao Huang & Reuben Edwards, Department of communication systems Lancaster University England, U.K., United Kingdom

    E-learning is revolutionising of the world of education by embracing the development of communication technologies including not only computer-based (internet) but also wireless mobile networks. ... More

    pp. 1614-1617

  15. Attitudes of Students Towards Internet

    Aytekin ISMAN & Fahme DABAJ, Eastern Mediterranean University, Turkey

    Internet is a part of technology in order to catch alternatives on every areas at competitive environment. It provides us to get efficient and fast information, establishing contact with everyone... More

    pp. 1618-1621

  16. A Model for Efficient Variable Intensity Testing

    Wolfgang Janko, Wirtschaftswuniversitaet Wien, Austria

    Frequently it is necessary in (e-learning) courses to check the amount of progress a student makes in understanding the covered areas of knowledge. This is usually done by posing questions to... More

    pp. 1622-1623

  17. Peer-to-Peer Learning - an Ultimate Form of e-Learning

    Päivi Jokela, University of Kalmar, Sweden

    Abstract: In this work, the changing roles of the academic teacher and the student are studied. The current problems of the higher education, combined with the potential development of e-learning... More

    pp. 1624-1631

  18. Technology Achievement and Attitudes of Pre-service Teachers

    Paul Jones & Robert Wall, Towson University, United States; Leping Liu, University of Nevada at Reno, United States

    The purpose of the current study was to explore and determine the relationships between computer attitudes, skills and achievement of pre-service teachers. The computer attitude variables are... More

    pp. 1632-1635

  19. The Virtual Study Desk: Towards Learning-Styles Based User Modeling for Content Adaptation in Online Learning Environments

    Jan Jungclaus, Dorothee Schmitz, Miguel Encarnacao & Peter Stephenson, imedia - The ICPNM Academy, United States

    We found the typical approach of classifying students in adaptive learning environments towards learning styles can be limiting, because it does not consider that different learning contexts often ... More

    pp. 1636-1639

  20. E-Learning Companies, Pedagogically or Economically Based Vision?

    Peter Karlsudd, University of Kalmar, Sweden

    With the aim of surveying how the e-learning companies that are actors on the Swedish market present their basic pedagogical ideas and their educational concepts, this study examined a large number... More

    pp. 1640-1646