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ED-MEDIA 2010--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications

Jun 29, 2010


Jan Herrington; Craig Montgomerie

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Number of papers: 609

  1. Keeping it simple: development of an interactive atlas for human functional anatomy

    Richard Guy, Heather Pisani, Peter Rich, Giovanni Mandarano, Cathy Leahy, Tom Molyneux & Rob Davidson, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, Australia

    The Interactive e-Atlas (IeA) has been developed to assist students with the difficult concepts associated with anatomy, physiology, radiographic imaging and other discipline-specific knowledge.... More

    pp. 293-298

  2. Keep Nose Above Water

    Curt Hill & Rob Walsh, Valley City State University, United States

    Valley City State University (VCSU) is a small public institution of about a thousand students. In the spring of 2009 a severe winter followed by a near-catastrophic flood closed the campus nearly ... More

    pp. 299-305

  3. The Transformative Power of Digital Literacy Stories

    Janette Hughes & Lorayne Robertson, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada

    In this article we use the four pedagogical components outlined by the New London Group (1996) -- situated practice, overt instruction, critical framing and transformed practice -- as we focus our ... More

    pp. 306-317

  4. Harnessing Technology for Work-Based Learning

    Beverly Leeds, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

    The paper provides an overview of the design of a technology supported learning framework for work-based learners at undergraduate level. It provides details of the technology and tools used by the... More

    pp. 318-321

  5. Using Online Collaborative Community to decrease Health Disparity

    Amy S. C. Leh, California State Univ. San Bernardino, United States

    Advanced technology has changed how we learn and how we communicate nowadays. An online collaborative community was created to support a five-year 4.7 million “Research Infrastructure in Minority... More

    pp. 322-325

  6. Informal Adult Online Learning: More Than Technical Savvy

    Meng-Fen Grace Lin, Unversity of Hawaii, United States

    This paper provides initial data analysis of an informal adult online community. Group profile indicated a diverse group comprised of people of varying age, English proficiency, occupations, online... More

    pp. 326-329

  7. Exploring interaction patterns of students on a social networking platform in a university class

    Jie Lu & Daniel Churchill, The university of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    The social networking platform obtains great attention from educators in the era of Web 2.0, since it provides promising opportunities to engage current university students in learning. This paper ... More

    pp. 330-336

  8. Using lesson study to guide the development of technological pedagogical content knowledge among teacher candidates

    Kim MacKinnon, Jim Hewitt, Andrea Black, Jason Brennan, Sarah Grace, Shawn Lennie, Karen Mann, Rod Missaghian, Amy Paradine & Kelsey Patton, OISE, University of Toronto, Canada

    Although it is generally incumbent on teacher training programs to help their pre-service students develop the technological competencies important to teaching in the 21st century (ISTE, 2007; 2008... More

    p. 337

  9. Information and Communication Technologies Uses and Computer Attitudes of Greek Primary Pre-service Teachers

    Charalambos Mouzakis & George Koutromanos, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece; Vasilis Zakopoulos, University of Reading, Greece

    This study is designed to explore Greek primary pre-service teachers’ attitudes towards Information and Communication Technology (ICT) into their future classroom teaching and practice. The... More

    pp. 338-344

  10. Moodle implementation and the RIPPLES model: Reflections on a sustainable approach to technology integration and renewal of educational practice

    Nona Muldoon, Beth Tennent & Kevin Tickle, Central Queensland University, Australia

    Consistent with the RIPPLES approach, this paper argues that aligning critical factors, such as Resources, Infrastructure, People, Policies, Learning and Support, to address the needs at different ... More

    pp. 345-354

  11. A Scenario-based Approach to a Bahasa Indonesia Course in a Blended Computer-Assisted Learning Environment

    Benny Nugraha, Sunu Dwi Antoro & Ucu Rahahyu, Universitas Terbuka, Indonesia; Anne Mendenhall, Learning Systems Institute, Florida State University, United States

    Abstract: The use of computers and technology for language learning has been growing in popularity in recent years. Effective computer-assisted language learning integrates appropriate uses of... More

    p. 355

  12. Design and Communication Patterns Observed in an eLearning Design Team: A Case-Study

    Chrysi Rapanta, Università della Svizzera italiana, Switzerland; Nicole Schadewitz & Georgy Holden, The Open University, United Kingdom

    This case study reports on Design and Communication patterns observed in the production of a high-quality on-line course offered by the Open University, UK. The patterns were captured from two... More

    pp. 356-365

  13. Development of an Educational Program that Uses E-Learning for Project Manager Virtual Job Training

    Hajime Saito, Yoshitomi Morisawa & Takeshi Tanigawa, Hokkaido Information University, Japan; Masataka Fukui, Electronics Development Computer College,, Japan; Takayuki Hoshino, Nihon UNISYS, Ltd, Japan

    In order to learn project management, it is important to gain experience in real working situations. The purpose of this research is to develop an educational program for project management using... More

    pp. 366-373

  14. Instructional Design and eDidactic. A student-centered approach for first-year students

    Alexander Schmoelz, Andrea Payrhuber & Daniela Hahn, University of Vienna, Austria

    This paper presents an instructional design, which clearly interlinks learning outcomes, didactical variety and e-learning. The learning outcomes include a wide range of topic-specific competences,... More

    pp. 374-379

  15. The development information system of quality assurance for the Institute Scientific and Technological Research and Services (ISTRS)

    Kasemsak Sritaratorn, Institute Scientific and Technological Research and Services King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand

    The purpose of this study is to the development information system of quality assurance for the Institute Scientific and Technological Research and Services (ISTRS) which can operate all quality... More

    pp. 380-382

  16. The ethics of short messaging communication at College

    Hery The & Surmiyati Surmiyati, University of Hawaii at Manoa (UHM), United States

    The growth of SMS usage, on the one side, is very exciting for telecommunication business, because the increase means increasing in profit. However, this growth has a huge influence on society,... More

    pp. 383-387

  17. A Methodology for Student Performance Prediction Based on Data Mining

    Daniel Victoria Dionicio, Universidad de Lima, Peru; Alvaro Ortigosa Juarez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain; Cesar Vialardi Sacin, Alfredo Barrientos Padilla & Jhonny Estrella Palomino, Universidad de Lima, Peru

    University students enrolled in certain Academic Program, be it Science or Humanities, are free to decide which courses they will take, thus defining their own learning path. This paper presents a ... More

    pp. 388-393

  18. A Technology Coordinator without Technology Vision on Learning

    Chien-hsing Wang, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan

    This study explores the influences of a technology coordinator [TC] using technology integration at an elementary school with narrative research. The results manifest the TC’s lack of ability in... More

    pp. 394-399

  19. ‘e’ Support for Learning at a Distance Students: A Case Study

    Paul Watson, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom

    This paper outlines a case study relating to a developmental process between a higher educational establishment and a professional body, with the aim of providing professional body members with a... More

    pp. 400-403

  20. A Text-Mining Analysis of Preservice Teachers' Teaching Portfolios and Their Reflective Practices with the INTASC Standards: Preliminary Findings

    Mitsunori Yatsuka & Yoshinori Higashibara, Shinshu University, Japan

    The Faculty of Education at Shinshu University introduces and emphasizes experienced-based and evidence-based fieldworks into preservice teacher training programs. Freshmen have a course,... More

    pp. 404-409