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ED-MEDIA 2011--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications

Jun 27, 2011


Theo Bastiaens; Martin Ebner

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This conference has 10 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 575

  1. The Research on the Teacher Evaluation for Profession Development Implementation by web-supporting and Qualitative Analysis

    Juei-Hsin Wang, National Chiayi University, Taiwan

    This study discusses the teacher evaluation for profession development project implementation by web-supporting in Taiwan. Because the researcher is one of area centers director, the study will... More

    pp. 288-290

  2. CyberAula 2.0: Integration of Moodle with videoconferencing and lecture recording services

    Sandra Aguirre, Juan Quemada, Jose Ygnacio Pastor, Estibaliz Martinez, María Ángeles Mendiola, Victoria Machuca & Raquel Portaencasa, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain

    This paper describes the CyberAula 2.0 project which presents an integrated solution for videoconferencing and lecture recording as a mechanism to support subjects which need to be promoted or... More

    pp. 291-296

  3. Towards a problem-based training curriculum for surgical robotics: the SAFROS project

    Dimitris Alimisis, School of Pedagogical and Technological Education, Greece; Marco Vicentini & Paolo Fiorini, University of Verona, Italy

    This paper presents work in progress in the framework of the SAFROS (Patient Safety in Robotic Surgery) project for the development of a problem-based surgical training curriculum, which concerns... More

    pp. 297-302

  4. mLearning and the Liberal Arts: Exploring Mobile Computing to Support Teaching, Learning and Research

    Kimberly Armstrong & Oscar Retterer, Franklin and Marshall College, United States; Teb Locke & Charles Wachira, Franklin & Marshall College, United States

    The mLearning pilot program was created in response to the growing impact of mLearning in and out of the classroom and the growing trend of mobile devices on campus. Outfitted with Apple iPod... More

    pp. 303-308

  5. Digital Citizenship: A Course on Safe, Ethical and Legal Internet Practices in a Brazilian Middle and High School

    Cristiana Assumpcao, Colégio Bandeirantes, Brazil; Cristina Sleiman, Cristina Sleiman Advogados, Brazil

    This paper is a report on how a leading private Brazilian Middle and High School, in partnership with a law firm, systematized and formalized the discussion of Internet safety practices with all... More

    pp. 309-315

  6. Investigating the Key Innovative Components of 21st Century Education Systems: Lessons from two school systems

    Harouna Ba, EDC Center for Children & Technology, United States

    This paper examines efforts to transform schools into 21st Century systems. Using rapid ethnography, researchers documented the experiences of leaders, partners, school board members, and members... More

    pp. 316-323

  7. Mind your game, game your mind! Mobile gaming for co-constructing knowledge

    Sylvie Barma & Sylvie Daniel, Laval University, Canada

    Mobile learning is increasingly commonplace at all levels of education as well as in the workplace. Its ubiquity, immediacy, flexibility and especially its strong motivational power are such that... More

    pp. 324-334

  8. OnlineDeutsch – A Blended-Learning Video-Language Course for Japanese and International Students

    Oliver Bayerlein, Nanzan University Nagoya, Japan

    The presenter will introduce a blended-learning-course for German as a Foreign Language that was build to overcome obstacles for Japanese students. It consists of a 12-lesson-Moodle-course with... More

    p. 335

  9. Leader to Reader: The Changing Role of Teachers in the Context of Learner Focused Technology-Based Learning

    Sunhee Bhang, Hanyang University, Korea (South)

    Learners we meet nowadays don’t put down their cell phones and spend hours before a computer every day. As much as speaking face-to-face, they prefer to talk with their thumbs. They say that... More

    pp. 336-341

  10. Development of an Online Digital Filtering Laboratory: First Year's Results

    Ulrich Borgolte, FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany

    This paper is a report on the implementation of a master level online laboratory and the findings of a survey conducted among the first year’s students. The laboratory deals with digital filtering ... More

    pp. 342-347

  11. Story-based Mobile Learning with GSM Phones: Using "old tech" to reach audiences in threshold and developing countries

    Arndt Bubenzer, common sense - eLearning & training consultants GmbH, Austria

    Mobile phone technology today is available worldwide and throughout all levels of society. This makes them an ideal tool for the distribution of learning content with the widest possible outreach. ... More

    pp. 348-350

  12. Impacts of online social networking as a community of practice in an English department in Taiwan

    Yu-Chuan Joni Chao, Providence University, Taiwan, Taiwan; Wen-Chi Vivian Wu, Providence University, Taiwan

    The sharing of hypertext and hypermedia provided a powerful mechanism for language learners to co-create the learning community of using the target language. Yet, using technology has not... More

    pp. 351-357

  13. Student Perceptions of Immersive Virtual Environments for the Meaningful Assessment of Learning

    Jillianne Code, University of Victoria, Canada; Jody Clarke-Midura, Harvard University, United States; Nick Zap, Simon Fraser University, Canada; Chris Dede, Harvard University, United States

    The effectiveness of any educational technology depends upon teachers’ and learners’ perception of the functional utility of that medium for teaching, learning, and assessment. The Virtual... More

    pp. 358-367

  14. Using Health Literacy Principles to Design Text and Web-Based Educational Materials

    Simone Conceicao, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, United States; Holly Colby, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, United States; Sarah Johaningsmeir, Medical College of Wisconsin, United States; Anne Juhlmann, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, United States

    Health literacy is often overlooked in the design of educational materials. This paper describes a collaborative instructional design process that used health literacy principles to create a... More

    pp. 368-375

  15. Prototype Development in Mobile-Learning Design Research

    Alan Foley & Heng Luo, Syracuse University, United States

    This paper presents results and findings on prototype development in design-based research projects. In this project, a prototype was developed as a design and strategy in the development of a... More

    pp. 376-383

  16. Sing me a good research story: Research dissemination and new media

    George Gadanidis, Faculty of Education, University of Western Ontario, Canada; Marcelo Borba, Universidade Estadual Paulista, Brazil; Janette Hughes, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada; Ricardo Scucuglia, University of Western Ontario, Canada; Anne Burke, Memorial University, Canada

    In this paper we present a case of research dissemination that takes on the challenge of using alternative forms of research communication by developing research-based songs and mini-documentaries ... More

    pp. 384-390

  17. Rubric Marking “Out of the Box”: Saving Time & Adding Value to Teaching & Learning

    Lesley Gardner, Don Sheridan & Nina Andreas, The University of Auckland Business School, New Zealand

    Abstract: This paper describes how Goggle Docs can be used to create a rubric marking system with ‘out-of-the-box’ features a simple form with radio buttons or Likert scale to record the student’s... More

    pp. 391-400

  18. The George Washington University Online High School: A New Collaborative Venture

    Robert Ianacone & Michael Castleberry, George Washington University, United States

    The George Washington University has contracted with a subsidiary of K12 Inc., a for profit company that provides curriculum and educational services for online delivery to students in grades K -... More

    pp. 401-405

  19. What do Interactive Whiteboards and Tablet PCs bring to a classroom?

    Tadashi Inagaki, Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan; Hitoshi Nakagawa, The open university of japan, Japan; Masuo Murai, Kanazawa Seiryo University, Japan; Masayuki Shimizu, Joetsu University of Education, Japan; Yu Nakahashi, Musashi University, Japan; Takayuki Uchigaito, Fukuyama University, Japan; Tomohiro Yamamoto, Kumamoto Prefectural Board of Educatuion, Japan; Kazutaka Kurihara, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan; Shoichi Futaki, NTT Communications, Japan

    “The Future School Project” was lunched in July 2010. To study effects of using ICT for learner centered collaborative learning, all students in 10 elementary schools are provided with a Tablet PC ... More

    pp. 406-411

  20. Thinking outside the “I am the user” box: a trial of social-emotional design in HCI education

    Jo Jung, Barnard Clarkson & Martin Masek, Edith Cowan University, Australia

    A socio-emotional approach to consider human-computer interaction (HCI) has emerged as a discipline responding to much neglected aspect of interaction design: the social nature and emotions of... More

    pp. 412-418