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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. Assessment Strategies for Measuring Student Success in On-Line Masters of Information Technology

    Gail Miles, Lenoir-Rhyne College, United States; Debra Farrior, University of Liverpool, United States; Samuel Sambasivam, Azura Pacific University, United States; Kathleen Kelm, Edgewood College, United States

    Abstract: Assessment is one of the most controversial issues for educators of distance learning as schools move graduate programs to an on-line delivery system. Quality assessment of students is a ... More

    pp. 645-648

  2. Developing Learning Communities via Asynchronous Collaborative Platforms

    Richard Milter, Ohio University, United States

    The MBA Without Boundaries program uses an action-learning format with a theoretical base in cognitive constructivism, which places the learner into exactly the type of projects and work situations... More

    pp. 649-651

  3. Connecting in Cyberspace: A Comprehensive Approach to Communication Methods / Techniques in the Distance Education Environment

    Marcelle Morris, Tom Eiland, Eric Nightingale, Theresa Villeneuve & Gailynn White, Citrus College, United States

    Instructors from a variety of disciplines at Citrus College have found innovative approaches to creating effective communication in the distance education environment. One of the interesting... More

    pp. 652-653

  4. A Coached Learning Environment for Case-Based Inquiry Learning in Human Biology

    Tom Murray & Bruno Merle, Hampshire College, United States; Beverly Woolf, University of Massashusetts, United States

    Learning through sustained inquiry activities requires a significant amount of reflection, planning, and other metacognitive and higher level skills. Yet these very skills are lacking in many... More

    pp. 654-657

  5. New Learning Scenarios ? Mobile Learning and Teaching at Universities

    Kristin Noelting & Djamshid Tavangarian, University of Rostock, Germany

    This paper describes some possibilities for the implementation of mobile learning methods in academic teaching and learning life. Mobile computers can be used without temporary and local... More

    pp. 658-661

  6. The Scheme of Collaborative Technology for Discovering Knowledge

    Toshio Okamoto, Graduate School of Information Systems, The University of Electro-Communications., Japan; Mizue Kayama, Senshu University, School of Network and Information, Japan

    The purpose of this study is to support the learning activity in the Internet learning space. In this paper, we examine the knowledge management and the knowledge representation of the learning... More

    pp. 662-663

  7. Developing a Videocase for Educators: Major Aspects and Some Basic Considerations

    Cumali Oksuz, Wilhelmina Savenye & James Middleton, Arizona State University, United States

    In this paper we aim to describe major aspects of the process of developing a videocase for use by preservice teachers. The project described is the gBest Practices h project, funded by a Preparing... More

    pp. 664-667

  8. The Role of Continuous Monitoring in Enriching E-learning

    Kala Parasuram, Asad Halim & Sreerama Murthy, Globarena Iteknowledge (Pvt.) Ltd., India

    Continuous monitoring is a holistic, constant measurement of a student's performance and interests. An integral part of traditional classroom-based education, continuous monitoring is largely... More

    pp. 668-675

  9. eMentoring Made it Happen

    David Pedersen, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, United States

    Necessity truly is the mother of invention. Faced with limited resources, and willing, but unengaged faculty, the Ed Tech Team at ERAU created a prototype e-mentoring program to transfer online... More

    pp. 676-677

  10. SAS Self-Paced e-Learning & the SAS Learning Edition - Interactive

    Bob Perry, SAS Institute, United States

    SAS skills are in demand. Now you can access self-paced SAS training from the Web and gain the SAS knowledge you need, wherever you are and whenever you want, from the leader in business... More

    pp. 678-679

  11. On Time, On Target, On Budget, and On Line Training

    Therese Rhodes, Engineous Software Inc., United States; David Powell, Elon University, United States

    In today's highly competitive workplace, the current traditional on site training provided by small and medium software companies is neither efficient nor cost effective for either the software... More

    pp. 680-683

  12. E-learning Systems for Post-Graduation Degrees in Portugal

    Alcina Prata, Escola Superior de Ciências Empresariais (ESCE), Portugal; Nuno Guimarães, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

    This work presents the results of a comparative analysis on the functional characteristics of the E-learning systems adopted by two Portuguese Higher School Institutions function, particularly, in ... More

    pp. 684-687

  13. Extending Multimedia and Hypermedia Applications to an E-Learning Environment - Teaching Practical e-Commerce Online to Interdisciplinary Students using the Software Engineering Life Cycle Model

    Lakshmi Prayaga, University Of West Florida, United States

    Abstract: We discuss the design and implementation of an online course on e-Commerce enriched with multimedia and hypermedia tools for Interdisciplinary students, using the software engineering... More

    pp. 688-691

  14. Towards E-learning Grid Services

    Vytautas Reklaitis, Graduate School of IS, Univ of Electro-Communications, Japan

    Abstract: Learning objects based technology currently dominates in e-learning research and practice. From the perspective of architectural design, learning objects most often are understood as... More

    pp. 692-695

  15. Digital Rights Management in E-learning

    Robby Robson, Eduworks Corporation, United States

    Dr. Robby Robson (Eduworks Corporation and the IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee), Mr. Stephen Downes (Canadian NRC), Dr. Magda Mourad (IBM Research), and Mr. Harry Piccariello ... More

    pp. 696-699

  16. Evolving e-Learning Environments

    Chris Sadler, Pav Chera, Stylianos Hatzipanagos, Alan Murphy, Maya Milankovic-Atkinson, Maia Dimitrova & Walaa Bakry, Middlesex University, United Kingdom

    e-Learning is a different way of learning, and students accustomed to traditional teaching must alter their learning strategies in order to succeed. New learning implies new teaching methods and it... More

    pp. 700-702

  17. E-Learning for Medical Education on Stardards of Care

    Gregory Sales, Sewar Incorporated, United States

    HealthPartners, a Minnesota-based healthcare provider, is continually striving to provide high quality and consistent care throughout its service area. This requires that all healthcare staff... More

    pp. 703-704

  18. Encouraging Participation in Voluntary Online Staff Development

    Graeme Salter, University of Western Sydney, Australia

    Providing staff development online provides a number of unique benefits. For example, technology gives the potential to significantly 'scale-up' the number of staff who can participate. This is... More

    pp. 705-712

  19. The Trouble With Training is Training: A New Class of Performance Intervention - Dynamic Online Performance Support Systems (DOPSS)

    Steven Schatz, Indiana University &Canteen Consulting, United States

    Abstract: Training as an intervention works fine in jobs that remain relatively static long enough to go through the development process and to achieve a decent return on investment. However, in an... More

    pp. 713-716

  20. Knowledge Management and Networks - the project SENEKA

    Georg Schoeler, Center for Learning and Knowledge Management and Department of Computer Science in Mechanical Engineering (ZLW/IMA), Aachen University (RWTH), Germany; Klaus Henning, Center for Learning and Knowledge Management, Germany; Regina Oertel, SENEKA, Germany

    The ZLW/IMA of the Aachen University (RWTH), focuses on the improvement of knowledge management (KM) and learning in universities, industry and other organisations. Its typical projects in KM... More

    pp. 717-718