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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. Collaborative Opportunities for ePortfolios

    Douglas Gordin, Keith Grueneberg, Mark Laff, Dick Lam & Sonia Martinez, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, United States

    ePortfolios are being used to demonstrate competence and illustrate good practices. Incorporating collaboration into ePortfolio systems can support these goals by helping a distributed learning... More

    pp. 2163-2166

  2. A Visual Interactive Modelling system as a Learning Tool

    Andrew Greasley, Aston University, United Kingdom

    This paper presents a case study of the use of a visual interactive modelling system to investigate issues involved in the management of a hospital ward. Visual Interactive Modelling systems are... More

    pp. 2167-2170

  3. Evidence-based Medicine and the Promise of E-learning Technologies: A Vision for PDA-based Decision Support

    James McCarthy, Sonalysts, Inc., United States; Max Stachura, The Medical College of Georgia, United States; Kathleen Hannafin & Michael Hannafin, Learning & Performance Support Laboratory, United States

    In this era of managed care, physicians are continuously forced to reduce the time they spend with patients. During this limited encounter time, clinicians are challenged to diligently examine,... More

    pp. 2171-2174

  4. Two Internet Based Speech Tools: Audioforum - asynchronous speech dialogues, FLUENT - a speech pronunciation tool for language learning

    Henrik Hansson & Jared Odero, Institute of International Education, Sweden

    Abstract: This interactive session will focus on two newly developed speech tools for the internet: 1) Audioforum enabling asynchronous speech interactions 2) FLUENT a speech practising tool... More

    pp. 2175-2176

  5. The GIScOnline Asynchronous ‘Virtual Conference’: a Simple Collaborative Exercise using BSCW

    Richard Harris, University of Glamorgan, United Kingdom

    BSCW offers shared workspaces to support document upload, event notification, group management and collaborative learning. As an example of groupware it is well suited to e-collaboration in small... More

    pp. 2177-2180

  6. Streaming in the Digital Video Realm

    Taralynn Hartsell & Steve Chi-Yin Yuen, The University of Southern Mississippi, United States

    This paper offers an overview of streaming video and discusses the different formats of streaming media. Various hardware and software programs used to create streaming video is examined. In... More

    pp. 2181-2184

  7. The Personal Learning Planner: A Learner-Focused E-learning System

    Bruce Havelock, RMC Research Corp, United States; David Gibson, National Institute for Community Innovations, United States; Lorraine Sherry, RMC Research Corp, United States

    This paper presents the online Personal Learning Planner (PLP) project underway at the National Institute of Community Innovations (NICI), one of the partners in the Teacher Education Network (TEN)... More

    pp. 2185-2188

  8. Implementing Project-Based Learning in WBT Systems

    Denis Helic, Harald Krottmaier & Hermann Maurer, IICM, TU Graz, Austria; Nick Scerbakov, IICM; TU Graz, Austria

    It is our experience that many Web-based training (WBT) systems do not take into account the latest advancements in teaching or learning paradigms – they simply reflect Web technology. We believe... More

    pp. 2189-2196

  9. You’ve Got Mail: Can Automated E-Mail Notification Augment Learning in Computer Conferencing?

    Pentti Hietala, Antti Kaakinen, Kimmo Koivunen & Jukka Siltanen, University of Tampere, Finland

    Student participation in Web-based discussions seldom fulfills the expectations of the teachers. Students often report that they do not have time or energy to check the course conferencing areas... More

    pp. 2197-2204

  10. Multidimensional Interactive Learning Model: Computer-Based Instructions

    Natalia Hughson & Richard Hughson, University of Advancing Technology, United States

    The Interactive Session Presentation focus on a new multidimensional, dynamic, interactive, learning model that the authors have organized around their own learning and teaching experiences... More

    pp. 2205-2207

  11. Multidimensional Interactive Learning Model: From Paper to Computer-Based Instructions

    Natalia Hughson & Richard Hughson, University of Advancing Technology, United States

    The content will focus on a new multidimensional, dynamic, interactive, learning model that the authors have organized around their own learning and teaching experiences associated with the... More

    pp. 2208-2211

  12. Rules for Online Argumentation and Discussion: A Work in progress Report

    Der-Thanq Victor Chen, University of Canterbury, New Zealand; David Hung, National Institute of Education, Singapore

    This paper describes and discusses the Project ROAD - Rules for Online Argumentation and Discussion. The paper in particular discusses the mediating importance of rules to be well established for... More

    pp. 2212-2215

  13. Searchable Video Library: Evaluation and Use

    Jeff Imig, The University of Arizona, United States

    For the past three years, the University of Arizona has been developing an innovative project called the Searchable Video Library (SVL.) The SVL uses mostly out-of-the-box technology that we have... More

    pp. 2216-2219

  14. Convit, a Tool for Learning Concurrent Programming

    Hannu-Matti Järvinen, Mikko Tiusanen & Antti Virtanen, Tampere University of Technology, Institute of Software Systems, Finland

    Concurrent programming is an important and difficult topic for most computer science students. This paper presents a visualization tool called Convit to help students master and understand... More

    pp. 2220-2223

  15. Interactive Media Object Development Tool (IMOD)

    Mark Johnson, Advanced Learning Technologies, University System of Georgia, United States

    The University System of Georgia's Advanced Learning Technologies (ALT) has developed a set of software tools or IMOD's(Interactive Media Object Development Tools), for use in the development of... More

    p. 2224

  16. Development of Web-based Learning Resource Management System for Educational Knowledge Circulation

    Hiroshi Kato & Kazuhiko Hatano, NIME, Japan; Hitoshi Morimoto, Chiba Prefecture Boards of Education, Japan; Takashi Komiya & Fujio Matsuda, NEC Corporation, Japan; Takashi Sakamoto, NIME, Japan

    A prototype of web-based multimedia database system aiming at educational researchers f and practitioners f knowledge management in terms of usage of educational resources was developed. The system... More

    pp. 2225-2228

  17. Pedagogical Agent as Learning Companion: Its Constituents and Educational Implications

    Yanghee Kim, Florida State University, United States

    Researchers have suggested various metaphors or roles of pedagogical agents. An agent as a learning companion adopts a peer metaphor and is a simulated peer in computer-based learning. It is... More

    pp. 2229-2236

  18. The Impact of Image and Voice with Pedagogical Agents

    Yanghee Kim, Amy Baylor & Gabrielle Reed, Florida State University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of image and voice of pedagogical agents on student perception and learning. Pedagogical agents were developed with differing image (expert-like... More

    pp. 2237-2240

  19. A Resource-Based Integrated Learning Environment for California K-20 Education: A Model of Implementation for 21st Century Learning

    Maria Lorna Kunnath, University of California Davis, United States

    The paper provides a background of the current state of education in California and how technology can be used to address gaps through an integrated model of implementation. With UCDavis as an... More

    pp. 2241-2248

  20. Joint Annotation and Knowledge Building in Collaborative E-Learning

    Jaakko Kurhila, University of Helsinki, Finland; Miikka Miettinen, Petri Nokelainen, Patrik Floréen & Henry Tirri, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, Finland

    Tools to enable joint annotation help in collaborative knowledge building in e-learning. EDUCOSM is a system that offers two types of annotation, namely highlights and comments, on any Web-page... More

    pp. 2249-2252