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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. Easy Does It: An Overview of ELSA (Easy to Use, Low Cost Software Applications)

    Colette Hanson & Tracy Chapman, Creighton University, United States

    The explosion in online course offerings, coupled with increasing student demands for multimedia components in online course delivery can leave faculty scrambling for software applications that are... More

    pp. 2087-2089

  2. A Recipe for Developing Web-Based Back-End Database Systems: FrontPage, ASP, SQL... and What Else?

    Rodger Giles, Central Arizona Project, United States; Seung-Youn (Yonnie) Chyung, Boise State University, United States; Margot Barrow, PERI Educational Research Institute, Trinidad And Tobago

    Web-based back-end databases are often used to support e-learning programs. Developing sophisticated web-based back-end database systems can be quite challenging for many organizations. Outsourcing... More

    pp. 2090-2092

  3. The Use of Web-Based Back-End Database Systems to Improve Administrative Support of E-Learning Programs

    Seung-Youn (Yonnie) Chyung & George Aston, Boise State University, United States

    Educational institutions that deliver e-learning programs face a lot of challenges inside and outside the e-classrooms. A challenge that they face outside the e-classrooms is to find a way to... More

    pp. 2093-2096

  4. Towards a Multi-Vendor Mobile Learning Management System

    Luigi Colazzo, Dept. Computer Management Sciences, Italy; Marco Ronchetti & Anna Trifonova, Department of Information and Communication Technology, Italy; Andrea Molinari, Dept. Computer Management Sciences, Italy

    The paper presents Porta-bile, a project under development that intends to investigate the use of mobile computing technologies to support the learning processes in an educational context. The... More

    pp. 2097-2100

  5. Designing an Authoring System to Support Learning Object Repositories for Small to Medium Sized Enterprises

    Fiona Concannon & Kevin Johnson, University of Limerick, Ireland

    ELearning aims to better serve people by leveraging technology to make learning resources more accessible to a broad range of users. A proliferation of standards, architectures, web technologies... More

    pp. 2101-2104

  6. Building Collaborative Technology for the Small Liberal Arts College

    Rebecca Davis & Eric Jansson, Associated Colleges of the South, United States

    The Associated Colleges of the South has developed inter-institutional courses in order to strengthen academic programs at our member institutions through collaboration. In order to meet the... More

    pp. 2105-2106

  7. POLIS (Project for Online Instructional Support):Pedagogically enhanced instructional technology

    Duffy Gillman & Veronica Diaz, The University of Arizona, United States

    POLIS (Project for Online Instructional Support) http://polis.arizona.edu/ is an online support tool for instructors that provides an instructional resource for students on a course-by-course basis... More

    pp. 2107-2108

  8. Flexible, Extensible Web Authoring Toolkit for Web-Savvy Educators

    Eckehard Doerry & Karim Nassar, Northern Arizona University, United States

    The increasing reliance on course websites, whether to support distance education efforts or simply to streamline conventional teaching, has placed an additional burden on instructors, as they... More

    pp. 2109-2116

  9. CARA - A Constructivist Approach to E/C Resource Management and Administration

    Michael Draper & Yves Perrin, CERN, Switzerland

    Very often extremely valuable Education & Communication (E/C) material gets forgotten about and is buried in a drawer or computer file system once the event for which it was originally developed is... More

    pp. 2117-2120

  10. Sidewalks on the Information Superhighway

    Jon Dron, University of Brighton, United Kingdom

    The Pavement is a web-based system designed around principles found in Jane Jacobs "The Death and Life of Great American Cities." It is intended to allow self-organizing learning communities to... More

    pp. 2121-2124

  11. Interlearn: an online teaching and learning system developed at Monash University

    Suzy Edwards & Geoff Romeo, Faculty of Education, Monash University, Australia

    This paper describes the development of InterLearn, an online teaching and learning tool, at Monash University, Australia. The rationale underpinning the development of the system is examined and... More

    pp. 2125-2131

  12. zRubric: authentic assessment on the fly

    Umer Farooq, IBM T.J. Watson Reseach Center, United States

    We present a prototype application for a handheld device to authentically assess students using rubrics. The zRubric tool was developed in an effort to provide an efficient method of assessment for... More

    pp. 2132-2135

  13. An Advanced Platform to Provide Network Services and Multimedia for e-learning: MATRIX 2

    Flavio Fontana, ENEA, University of Rome, Italy; Marina Moscarini, University of Rome, Italy

    In this paper an innovative approach to manage e-learning web site, virtual courses and related multimedia databases is discussed. MATRIX 2, an active web-db system, is presented. The system, ASP... More

    pp. 2136-2137

  14. A Collaborative Learning Environment for Systems Analysis and Design

    Jane Fritz & Wu Huang, University of New Brunswick, Canada

    Systems Analysis and Design is a course offered in computer science, MIS, and engineering programs that typically involves extensive teamwork and also the expectation of students generating... More

    pp. 2138-2141

  15. The Webbased InformationRoom (W.I.R.) - Software for the process management

    Gerd-Uwe Funk, agiplan GmbH, Germany; Guiseppe Strina, Institut Für Unternehmenskybernetik e.V., Germany

    Based on experiences concerning the development and introduction of a computer-assisted process management the reciprocal effects between process management and knowledge management are discussed. ... More

    pp. 2142-2148

  16. The Webbased InformationRoom (W.I.R.) Software for the process management

    Gerd-Uwe Funk, agiplan GmbH, Germany

    Based on experiences concerning the development and introduction of a computer-assisted process management the reciprocal effects between process management and knowledge management are discussed. ... More

    pp. 2149-2150

  17. Structure and implementation of partially integrated adaptive learning environment

    Ildar Galeev, Kazan state tecnological university, Russian Federation

    Problems of building adaptive integrated learning environments are considered in this paper. The results obtained in this field are analyzed. The paper is concerned with a partially integrated... More

    pp. 2151-2154

  18. Sharing and Reflecting on Teaching Practices by using VideoPaper Builder 2

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

    Presenters from Concord Consortium and TERC will demostrate "VideoPaper Builder 2" (VPB2). The powerul VPB2 is a robust, user friendly and free software that allows teachers to build their own... More

    pp. 2155-2156

  19. Web-Based Software to Help Meet Technical Support Needs in K-12 Schools

    J. Elizabeth Gibbs & Margaret L. Rice, The University of Alabama, United States

    The need for more in-school technical support is a common problem in K-12 schools. New technology integration standards that require students to use technology in all grades and in all subjects... More

    pp. 2157-2159

  20. Blogging In An Online Course: A Report on Student Satisfaction Among First-time Bloggers

    Stuart Glogoff, University of Arizona, United States

    Decision Making for Information Professionals was a ten-week, online masters-level course taught during summer 2003 to twenty-nine students geographically dispersed across North America. Weblogs... More

    pp. 2160-2162