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E-Learn 2005--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education

October 2005

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Griff Richards

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Number of papers: 526

  1. The Ecology in Architecture Design Project: Pedagogical, Graphic and Technological Strategic Choices

    Isabella Rega, University of Lugano, Switzerland; Paola Caputo, Academy of Architecture, Switzerland; Patrizia Schettino & Christian Milani, University of Lugano, Switzerland; Andrea Roscetti, Academy of Architecture, Switzerland

    This paper introduces the advanced educational experience of a project regarding a blended learning course, involving Swiss universities, laboratories and universities of applied science with... More

    pp. 1047-1056

  2. “ I need another animated gif!”: Instructional design trends of ICT teaching resources created by pre-service science teachers

    Doug Reid, University of Wollongong, Australia; Vaille Dawson & Patricia Forster, Edith Cowan University, Australia

    In this paper, we present an examination of ICT resources created by pre-service science teachers. After a great deal of modelling, use and discussion regarding ICT materials, twenty-seven pre... More

    pp. 1057-1062

  3. “You expect me to remember what?”: Knowledge Retention in Computer-based Training with Adult Learners

    Doug Reid, University of Wollongong, Australia; D. Michele Jacobsen & Larry Katz, University of Calgary, Canada

    The goal of this study was to evaluate the impact of training and the effectiveness of different types of knowledge retention activities delivered by computer-based training programs. This study... More

    pp. 1063-1069

  4. Development and Implementation of an Online Support System for a Multi-University Novice Teacher Induction Program

    Virginia Resta, Texas State University, United States

    Abstract: Recognizing the dire consequences of a 20% novice teacher attrition rate, the Texas State University System (TSUS) was recently awarded a $2.75 million grant from the Houston Endowment to... More

    p. 1070

  5. e-Learning in the British National Health Service (NHS):

    Sally Sambrook, University of Wales Bangor, United Kingdom

    This paper focuses on the health care context and addresses several of the major and specific topics associated with implementation of e-learning (examples and issues), developing an e-learning... More

    pp. 1071-1078

  6. Our Experience Implementing Blackboard Delivery System in a High School

    Pavel Samsonov, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, United States; Marlene Beard, University of Louisiana, United States

    The presentation is on the experience implementing Blackboard online delivery system with 20 teachers in a high school. Stages, problems and positive results are described. Recommendations on how... More

    pp. 1079-1086

  7. Integrating Multiple Technologies into Humanities Teaching and Research

    Rachel Saury, Arts & Sciences Center for Instructional Technologies, United States; Anne Ingram, Instructional Technology Group, University of Virginia, United States; Emily Scida, Dept. of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese, United States

    In this panel presentation, we bring together three faculty members from the University of Virginia who hold a variety of roles within the institution, including teachers, scholars, and... More

    pp. 1087-1092

  8. Institutionalizing e-learning when facing scarce resources

    Ruth Schmitt & Karin Bögli, University of Applied Sciences Aargau, Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland

    p. 1093

  9. Using still images in online teaching and learning: Emerging issues affecting current practice

    Karen M. Scott, Mary Jane Mahony, Mary Peat & Helen Wozniak, The University of Sydney, Australia, Australia

    Abstract: With the rapid growth of blended learning at The University of Sydney, Australia, problems in the use of still images in online teaching and learning were identified. A broad-based... More

    pp. 1094-1099

  10. Digital Stories Across the Curriculum

    Mike Searson, Kean University, United States

    A university of higher education utilizes "digital stories" across its programming. Faculty and staff at Kean University are investigating ways that digital stories may be used in various programs.... More

    p. 1100

  11. BLENDED PROJECT MANAGEMENT - Teachings, teams and projects in complex, heterogeneous environments as a virtual challenge!

    Peter Sereinigg & Kathrin Lind, FH - JOANNEUM GmbH, Austria

    This paper shows how within only 1.5 years "classical project management" was turned into "blended project management" by the intensive use of internet-based means of communication and methods of e... More

    pp. 1101-1104

  12. Continuous evaluation as a way of increasing and measuring performance!

    Peter Sereinigg & Kathrin Lind, FH - JOANNEUM GmbH, Austria

    Financial support and public funds are not usually conditions precedent to successful implementation of e-learning platforms. The solution presented in this paper was accomplished through the... More

    pp. 1105-1111

  13. Towards a model for successfully delivering web-based courses to high school students with implications for post-secondary education

    Dennis Sharpe, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

    This presentation is based on research into web-based course delivery to high school students within small rural schools located throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. It focuses on the need for a... More

    p. 1112

  14. Weaving Together Online and Face-to-face Learning: A Design from a Communities of Practice Perspective

    John Smith, CPsquare, United States; Beverly Trayner, Escola Superior de Ciências Empresariais, Portugal

    Weaving together online and face-to-face learning improves the quality of working in both media. Based on the observations of nine different experiments that went through a similar process of... More

    pp. 1113-1118

  15. Utilizing Virtual and Online High School Web Based Core Courses and Electives to Provide Curriculum Content to Students and Teachers in a Southern Rural School District

    Brooks Steele, University of South Alabama, United States

    A remote rural school district utilizes core courses and electives from state and national virtual high schools to provide web-based methods of instruction to students in subject areas lacking... More

    pp. 1119-1124

  16. Global E-Learning: A Case Study on Dade Behring

    Bill Strelke, Knowledge Anywhere, Inc., United States; Nick Payne, Dade Behring, United States

    This paper is a document to show organizations how they can develop an e-learning solution that can be repurposed for other clients and scenarios. It will teach the processes and solutions to... More

    pp. 1125-1133

  17. Supporting Adjunct Faculty Members Using Technology-Based Methods.

    Joan Thormann, Lesley University, United States

    Lesley University employs almost 200 adjunct faculty members who help to teach approximately 1600 graduate students enrolled in a Technology in Education (TIE) master's program in twenty states.... More

    pp. 1129-1133

  18. eLearning for Pre-Teens: Online Writing Workshop

    Bonnie Thurber, Northwestern University, United States

    The "Online Writing Workshop" is a course for pre-teens that meets in a collaborative learning environment (CLE); is 12 weeks in length; and has been taught successfully for seven consecutively... More

    pp. 1134-1136

  19. Learning Management Deployment and Integration: Policy, Requirements, and Technical Solutions

    John Ulmer & J. Nathan Leech, Purdue University, United States

    Purdue University is in the process of implementing a purchased Learning Management System (LMS). As a part of this deployment, the LMS must be integrated with a variety of related systems in a... More

    pp. 1137-1142

  20. The Implementation of the Electronic Portfolio System in the Master of Science in Insructional Technology program

    Michael Uttendorfer, New York Institute of Technology, United States; Sarah McPherson & Shiang-Kwei Wang, NYIT, United States

    More and more teacher education and educational technology programs are adopting electronic portfolio systems to provide students opportunities to collect digital artifacts to demonstrate skills... More

    pp. 1143-1148