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ED-MEDIA 2002--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications

2002

Editors

Philip Barker; Samuel Rebelsky

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Number of papers: 533

  1. Models and Methodologies for Multimedia Courseware Production

    Philip Barker, University of Teesside, United Kingdom

    Many new technologies are now available for providing access to computer-based learning (CBL) materials. These technologies vary in sophistication in many important ways - depending upon the... More

    pp. 79-84

  2. Skill Sets for Online Teaching

    Philip Barker, University of Teesside, United Kingdom

    The electronic dissemination of information via computer networks is having a considerable impact on educational institutions in terms of the mechanisms that they are able to employ for course... More

    pp. 85-90

  3. Distributed Internet2-Based Mission Training and Collaborative Research: Connecting and Integrating Multiple Simulation Platforms

    Alex Stoyen, Stuart Aldridge & Plamen Petrov, 21st Century Systems, Inc., United States; Christopher Barnes, Warfighter Training Research Division, United States; Linda Elliott, Veridian Engineering, United States

    The United States Air Force is positioned to take full advantage of Internet2 technologies. This paper summarizes and updates the Air Force's Distributed Mission Training Research Network (DMT-Rnet... More

    pp. 91-96

  4. Technology and Collaboration: A Qualitative Study in one Secondary School in Botswana

    Tshepo Batane, Ohio University, United States

    Computers were introduced in Botswana schools as an effort to improve the quality of education in the country so that it can produce citizens who are better equipped to participate in today's world... More

    pp. 97-98

  5. Beyond W3C: TruVision- Enhanced online learning for people blind or vision impaired

    Frank Bate, eLearn, Australia; Ron Oliver, Edith Cowan University, Australia

    This paper describes the design and development of TruVision, an online learning environment designed to enable blind and vision impaired students to develop skills and expertise in elementary and ... More

    pp. 99-104

  6. Utilizing the PDA as a Vehicle for User Interface Design Pedagogy

    Michael Battig, Saint Michael's College, United States

    As computing and embedded systems become ubiquitous in our world, the importance of user interface design knowledge increases in our curriculum. Students of undergraduate information systems or... More

    pp. 105-110

  7. Media combinations and learning styles: A dual coding approach

    Amanda Elliott, James Alty, Ahmed Al-Sharrah & Nigel Beacham, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

    This paper reports initial results from a study which investigated if different media combinations could be shown to improve students' understanding of computer-based learning materials and to... More

    pp. 111-116

  8. Non-traditional Students Learning in a Non-traditional Environment

    Melissa Becker, Northeastern State University, United States

    The learning styles of undergraduate students vary a great deal. Technology is often used to address a myriad of learning needs. However, as non-traditional college students (24 years of age or... More

    pp. 117-118

  9. Computer-Based Distance Education for Vocational Use in Southern Nevada

    Scott Beckstrand, Community College of Southern Nevada, United States; Philip Barker, University of Teesside, School of Computing and Mathematics, United Kingdom; Paul Van Schaik, University of Teesside, School of Social Sciences, United Kingdom

    This paper discusses the results of a study that compared two different course delivery methods. One of these used the Internet exclusively for module delivery while the other used a traditional... More

    pp. 119-126

  10. Kids Can Care About Cyberethics!

    Mary Ann Bell, Sam Houston State University, United States

    How can we teach students about information ethics? With the vast array of resources available online, the need to talk to students about respect for intellectual property is greater than ever.... More

    pp. 127-132

  11. "Wireless Instructional Strategies in the Humanities (WISH): Training Traditional Faculty for Change."

    Kathleen Bennett, University of Tennessee, United States

    Placing powerful technology tools in students' hands along with activities designed to encourage collaboration and critical thinking, causes a role shift to occur. Students become researchers and... More

    pp. 133-137

  12. A Rose By Any Other Name Could Be a Daisy! How the Words Might Make a Difference

    Alfred Benney, Fairfield University, United States

    The complexities of pedagogy often seem to stand in the way of developing assessment tools that evaluate the impact of the uses of technology in teaching/learning. Not only do teachers need to... More

    pp. 138-139

  13. Building a molecular workbench: underpinning core science concepts

    Dan Damelin & Boris Berenfeld, Concord Consortium, United States

    The Molecular Workbench project (http://www.concord.org/workbench/index.html), which is funded by the US National Science Foundation, is studying the effectiveness of using highly manipulable... More

    pp. 140-141

  14. Changing Places: A Case Study in Adapting an Educational Pen-based Groupware System for use at a Distance

    Brian Brinkman, Jason Geringer, Kyle Maynor & Dave Berque, DePauw University, United States

    This paper presents a case study in adapting an existing educational pen-based groupware system for use in a distance-learning environment. After reviewing the key characteristics of the original ... More

    pp. 142-147

  15. Prototyping the Development of Groupware to Help Low-Vision Students View an Instructor's Blackboard Notes

    Ben Betz, DePauw University, United States

    The current lack of satisfactory technology to aid low vision students drives the development of a handheld Windows CE-based viewer for Visually Impaired Students (v-VIS) designed to assist in the ... More

    pp. 148-153

  16. Introduction of Technology Integration through Case Based Learning

    Caroline Sanzone, Erin Hunt & Leslie Bevill, University of Northern Colorado, United States

    In response to school-needs and state-requirements, the University of Northern Colorado is redesigning the two requisite educational technology courses for the undergraduate teacher preparation... More

    pp. 154-159

  17. Satellite-Based Synchronous Tutorials vs. Satellite-Based Asynchronous Videocassettes: Factors Affecting Students' Attitudes and Choices

    Kelly Saporta & Ruth Beyth-Marom, The Open University of Israel, Israel

    7 satellite-based synchronous tutorials (SBSTs) were delivered from a studio to 92 students in learning centers (group 1). 73 students in the same course, in the next semester, got the... More

    pp. 160-165

  18. Lessons Learned from the Teaching, Technology and Teamwork Program

    David Grannis, Joan Wines & Julius Bianchi, California Lutheran University, United States

    Twenty-four Teaching, Technology, and Teamwork (TTT) projects sponsored by the Charles E. Culpeper Foundation at California Lutheran University were developed from Fall 1999 through Spring 2001. ... More

    pp. 166-167

  19. An Empirical Evaluation of Sonar Courseware Developed with Intelligent Tutoring Software (InTrain) at Naval Submarine School

    Marcy Birchard, Sonalysts, Inc., United States

    With limits on both personnel and time available to conduct effective instruction, the decision is being made increasingly to enhance instructor-led courses with Computer-Based Training (CBT). The ... More

    pp. 168-173

  20. Collaborative Integrative Applications of Mathematics and Science Content and Pedagogy Among University Faculty and Public Schools

    Sally Blake, University of Texas at El Paso, United States; Mourat Tchoshanov, utep, United States; Tom Brady, Arturo Pacheco, UTEP, United States; Connie Kubo Della-Piana, NSF, United States

    Abstract PETE, an NSF sponsored project, to improve pedagogy and content in teacher training within the fields of mathematics and science, formed a collaborative among Colleges of Education and ... More

    pp. 174-175