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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. Essential Elements in the Design and Development of Inclusive Online Courses

    Elaine Pearson, University of Teesside, United Kingdom; Tony Koppi, University of New South Wales, Australia

    An investigation of the accessibility of online courses revealed that some aspects of courses were inaccessible, but that with careful design guidance and awareness of the needs of students with... More

    pp. 1569-1580

  2. Case Study. Oral Pathology Online: A Three-Year Experience in a Blended Course

    Iris Pinelli, Ctu - University of Milan, Italy; Lorenza Canegallo, Department of Oral Pathology and Medicine - University of Milan, Italy

    During the academic year 2001-2002 the Oral Pathology web-based course ran its 3rd edition. The site is the result of the collaboration between the Ctu – Centre of Technologies for Learning of the ... More

    pp. 1581-1586

  3. Better Living Through Faculty Development? How Teachers Can Develop Better Practices by Using Multimedia to Document and Share Their Work

    Desiree Pointer, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, United States

    This brief paper presentation will provide an overview of ongoing collaborations between the Knowledge Media Lab at the Carnegie Foundation and K-12 and Higher Education faculty members to document... More

    pp. 1587-1593

  4. Pre-service Teacher Ed Students Teach Their Teachers Technology!

    Anne Porter, Oakland University, United States

    In its third year, this PT3 project places established professional educators and pre-service teacher education students with technology skills in a mutually supportive, collaborative, technology... More

    pp. 1594-1595

  5. Understanding Participation in Online Courses: A Triangulated Study of Perceptions of Interaction

    Lara Luetkehans & Noppadol Prammanee, Northern Illinois University, United States

    This presentation reports the results of a study that explored instructor and learner perceptions and attitudes toward interaction in online courses. Participants included faculty and learners... More

    pp. 1596-1597

  6. Internet Work Strategies and their Influence on Learning Outcome

    Lutz-Helmut Schön & Burkhard Priemer, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany

    The presentation is a report on the findings of an exploratory study investigating students' use of the WWW and the corresponding learning outcome. 45 students had to write an essay on a topic in... More

    pp. 1598-1599

  7. Daskom On-Line:Implementation Distance Learning on Basic of Computer Course

    Anak Agung Putri Ratna, University of Indonesia, Indonesia

    Recent developments in the WWW have brought major changes in distance learning practices. With the connectivity advantage, distance learning through the web can now be conducted on-line to support ... More

    pp. 1600-1602

  8. Using Computer-Based Learning Environments to Offer Collaborative Opportunities to Engage Students: One Case Study Using the Program "Alien Rescue"

    Ondrea Quiros, University of Texas at Austin, United States

    A project was initiated to study computer-based learning environments as they relate to collaboration and engagement. In a sixth-grade classroom, five pairs of students were observed while they... More

    pp. 1603-1604

  9. New Devices

    Kedar Sivashanmugam & Ganesan Rajambal Kandan, Sri venkateswara college of engineering, India

    Optical storage devices have a low access time,fairly high storage capacity and economical.They are prone to scratches and disk breaks. The data loss that occurs due to these factors is non... More

    pp. 1605-1606

  10. Computer based investigative laboratory experiences for distance learners in biology

    Paul Ramp, Pellissippi State Technical Community College, United States

    In an effort to fill the need for lab-like experiences for distance learners, we have developed the 'BiologyOne' CD-ROM series. The CD series provides students with a series of open ended computer ... More

    pp. 1607-1608

  11. "Citizen Jane": Rethinking Design Principles for Closing the Gender Gap in Computing

    Chad Raphael, Santa Clara University, United States

    Arguments for pursuing gender equity in computing may be urged for economic, for cultural, or for political reasons. Each rationale suggests different goals for achieving equity, distinct measures... More

    pp. 1609-1614

  12. Usability and Instructional Design Heuristics for E-Learning Evaluation

    Lisa Benson, Dean Elliott, Michael Grant, Doug Holschuh, Beaumie Kim, Hyeonjin Kim, Erick Lauber, Thomas C. Reeves & Sebastian Loh, The University of Georgia, United States

    Heuristic evaluation is a methodology for investigating the usability of software originally developed by Nielsen (1993, 2000). Nielsen's protocol was modified and refined for an evaluation of an e... More

    pp. 1615-1621

  13. The Role of the Facilitator in Active Learner Support

    Ursula E. Vierlinger & Franz Reichl, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

    Since the most important type of learning that can take place in an e-Learning course for practitioners is learning mental or physical skills, intensive assistance for the learners by active... More

    pp. 1622-1624

  14. Computer assisted assessment: Designing online quiz questions to assess a range of cognitive skills

    Nick Reid, University of New England, Australia; Catherine McLoughlin, Australian Catholic University, Australia

    This paper discusses the design and pedagogy underpinning the use of online quiz items in which students are presented with a range of questions designed to enhance understanding of complex... More

    pp. 1625-1630

  15. Using computers to evaluate teachers' understanding of physics concepts

    Ali Reza Rezaei, California State University, Long Beach, United States

    Misconceptions are not limited to students. They are also very common among teachers (Kruger, Palacio, and Summers, 1992). According to Mestre (1994) some significant changes in teacher education... More

    pp. 1631-1636

  16. Assessing out-of-the-box thinkers: Professional development for IT support staff

    Suzanne Rhodes & Joe Sanchez, University of Texas, United States

    A university IT unit's expertise can be as diverse as the faculty clients they support, i.e., developers, artists, and trainers. An online assessment tool was developed in order to determine... More

    pp. 1637-1639

  17. Flexible Learning: Latest International Research Discoveries as a Part of High School Curriculum

    Riitta Rinta-Filppula, Helsinki Institute of Physics, Finland

    Abstract: Many high school science teachers will retire in the ten years and unfortunately so many new ones will not become graduated science teachers in Finland. In addition, the amount of high... More

    pp. 1640-1642

  18. Supporting the Claims of Campus Transformation Through Assessment of Southeast Missouri State University’s "Technology Serving Learning Institutes"

    David Starrett & Michael Rodgers, Southeast Missouri State University, United States

    The Technology Serving Learning Institutes have provided instructional technology training to 73% of Southeast Missouri State University faculty since 1997. The Institutes were perceived to be at... More

    pp. 1643-1644

  19. Learner-Centric Online Teaching for Non-Computer Science Students

    Jana Trnkova, Uwe Langendorf, Karin Tillack, Max Mühlhäuser & Guido Roessling, TU Darmstadt, FB 20 / FB TK, Darmstadt, Germany

    This paper reports on two key elements of successful online teaching: learner-centric design and harmonization of content and facilities. We show how these two crucial requirements could be... More

    pp. 1645-1650

  20. Deploying an Infrastructure for Technologically Enhanced Learning

    Kevin Almeroth & Sami Rollins, UC Santa Barbara, United States

    A number of university campuses have undertaken the development of digital classrooms that enable presentation of digital media and digital lecture recording. Deploying the infrastructure for a... More

    pp. 1651-1656