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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. Online Moderators and Creators of eLearning Environments: Pro and Cons of Approaches for their Preparation

    Alvaro Galvis, Metacourse Inc, Metacursos, United States; Sherry Hsi, Metacourse Inc, United States; Marino Olga, Teleuniversity of Quebeq, Canada; Diego Ernesto Leal, University of Los Andes, Colombia

    What are major models for training online moderators? Is it just a matter of importing expertise from on site moderation? Are there more that one models for this kind of educational effort? What... More

    pp. 486-488

  2. HEALTHFACIL: On-line Continuing Professional Development in Health and Social care.

    Pavel Vlek, Thomayer's University Hospital Prague, Czech Republic; Jo Goedhuys, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium; Chris Van Weel, University Medical Centre Nijmegen, Netherlands; Luigi Garelli, Italian Academy of Family Physicians, Italy; Robert Glendenning, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; Rade Pribakovic, Institute of Public Health of the Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia

    The Healthfacil project is developing a school for facilitators in health and social care delivering knowledge, structures and tools to participants. The on-line facilitator plays a particular role... More

    pp. 489-490

  3. Online Application Support Providers for Teacher Education:

    David Georgi, California State University, Bakersfield, United States; Pamela Redmond, University of San Francisco, United States

    The process of credentialing teachers is becoming very complex due to the imposition of more rigorous and detailed standards. A new development in online technology, Online Application Support... More

    pp. 491-494

  4. Virtual Learning Communities - Theory and Practice: the Case of VirRAD[ ]

    Eri Giannaka, Vaggelis Kapoulas, Maria Nani, Thrasivoulos Tsiatsos & Christos Bouras, Univ. of Patras and CTI, Greece

    In this paper we discuss the development of virtual communities and especially virtual learning communities, taking into account basic community requirements as well as social factors of e-learning... More

    pp. 495-498

  5. Web Enhanced Instruction and Learning: Findings of a Short and Long Term Impact Study and Teacher Use of NASA’s Web Resources

    Barbara Grabowski, Penn State University, United States; Tiffany Koszalka, Syracuse University, United States; Marianne McCarthy, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, United States

    Abstract: This presentation will report on the culminating findings of the Short and Long-Term Impact Study of the Web-Enhanced Instruction and Learning addressing a broad spectrum of data gathered... More

    pp. 499-502

  6. The Social Dynamics of Integrating E Mediated Learning into Traditional UK Universities

    Simran Grewal, Brunel University, United Kingdom

    This paper is part of a larger study exploring the integration of e mediated learning into traditional campus based universities in the UK. A sociological perspective is taken when arguing that... More

    pp. 503-506

  7. Toward a Constructivist Approach to E-Learning in Software Engineering

    Said Hadjerrouit, Agder University College, Norway

    Software engineering education today faces two challenges. One challenge comes from the changing perceptions of what learning is about, a shift from objectivist learning - which views learning as... More

    pp. 507-514

  8. The e-learning laboratory and management system FOKUS

    Per Skafte Hansen, Danish Bankers' Association, Denmark

    The e-learning system FOKUS is a combined CSCW and LMS supporting the education of Danish banking, insurance and mortgage credit trainees. FOKUS has a number of unusual features and is presently... More

    pp. 515-518

  9. Circling the Wagons: The Pioneering Experience in Higher Education

    Lin Harper, Center for Education & Learning Technology, United States

    Intensive course formats have long been used with adult learners as one way of combining intensive learning in a field of study with the time constraints of adult, professional people. The... More

    pp. 519-520

  10. Can Affective Data Help You Develop More Effective Instruction?

    Scott Heath, Bonfils Blood Center, Research Department, United States; Daniel R. Ambruso, MD, Bonfils Blood Center and University of Colorado School of Medicine, United States

    In this presentation, we mention articles from education, advertising and product-design research regarding the role of emotional response in learning and human-computer interaction. These... More

    pp. 521-524

  11. A Hardware Lab in a Pocket

    Andreas Hett & Tobias Schubert, University of Freiburg, Germany

    We address the problem of how a practical course relying on costly immobile workstations can be offered to remote participants technically, logistically and with comparable quality regarding the... More

    pp. 525-528

  12. Library Services Support for Nursing Education

    Lynn Hoffmann, Slippery Rock University, United States

    The remote user is posing new challenges for academic libraries, requiring new ways of interacting with students and instructional faculty. This presentation will discuss changes in a nursing... More

    pp. 529-531

  13. Tracking Student Use of Web-Based Course Components

    William Glider, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States; Christy Horn, University of Nebraska, United States

    This study explores the use of a tracking system to record student interaction with Web-based course components in a large lecture section course in introductory college biology. Faculty who teach... More

    pp. 532-534

  14. Collaborative Partnership Strategies to Form a Virtual New Technology Institute from a Distributed Community of H/FE Practice in Kent

    Jill Jameson, The University of Greenwich, United Kingdom

    This paper reports on collaborative partnership strategies to set up a New Technology Institute (NTI) virtual campus in Kent. Since all H/FE education providers from a dispersed geographical area... More

    pp. 535-538

  15. Integration of e-Learning Technologies for FEST

    Michael Tang, Roxanne Byrne & Lynn Johnson, University of Colorado at Denver, United States

    This paper is describes and analyzes a curriculum development project, Foundations of Engineering, Science and Technology (FEST), that integrates diverse web-based technologies into an inter... More

    pp. 539-545

  16. Solutions to Linking Technology with Learning in Diverse Environments

    Pamela Johnson, Education and Research Consortium - Adventure of the American Mind, United States; Wendy Fusco, Montreat College - Adventure of the American Mind, United States; Isabel Leroy, Maricopa Community College - Adventure of the American Mind, United States; Beth Coulter, Western Carolina University - Adventure of the American Mind, United States

    Abstract: Adventure of the American Mind (AAM), a grant from the Library of Congress, had one objective for the 1999-2003 funding period. This objective was to teach K-16 public and private school ... More

    pp. 546-552

  17. Partnerships for Training: Combining the Best from Government, Research, and Academia

    Victoria Johnson & Joseph Lamos, COMET/UCAR, United States

    The Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training (COMET ) is a professional development program for weather forecasters. It creates residence courses, distance learning... More

    pp. 553-556

  18. What Lies Beneath Panacea? : Instructional Technology in Classroom

    Hye Yoon Jung, West Virginia University, United States

    This study was intended answer an on-going question in the field of instructional technology, which is 'how the use of IT opens possibilities that we did not have before??A case of IT in large... More

    pp. 557-560

  19. Developing a learning environment that integrates e-learning and promotes best practice through collaboration and peer mentoring

    Marie Kavanagh, University of Queensland, Australia

    Students from different social and cultural backgrounds, bring with them different needs and academic potential. The trick is to create a suitable learning environment. This paper responds by... More

    pp. 561-563

  20. Usability Test for Electronic Performance Support System: Developing an Instructional Planning Tool for Special Education Teachers

    Minjeong Kim, Florida State University, United States; Marty Beech, Center for Performance Technology, Florida State University, United States

    This paper is about usability studies for developing instructional planning tool software for special education teachers. The tool consists of easy to use templates for creating class, roster, and ... More

    pp. 564-567