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International Journal on E-Learning

2004 Volume 3, Number 3


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Advanced Technologies for Contents Sharing, Exchanging and Searching in E-Learning Systems

    Orlando De Pietro & Francesco Appratto, University of Calabria, Italy

    In this article we explain a semantic analysis model derived from neural networks and pattern classification experiences, based on keyword sets. This model can be used for searching, analyzing,... More

    pp. 5-12

  2. AMANDA: An Intelligent System for Mediating Threaded Discussions

    Marco Antonio Eleuterio, Pontifical Catholic University of Parana - Brazil, Brazil; Flávio Bortolozzi, PUC-PR, Brazil

    This article describes a system that autonomously mediates threaded discussions in distance learning environments. The objective of is to produce large-scale threaded discussions among an arbitrary... More

    pp. 13-20

  3. Adopting SCORM 1.2 Standards In a Courseware Production Environment

    Bradley Barker, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, United States

    The Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) is a technology framework for Web-based learning technology. Originated by the Department of Defense and accelerated by the Advanced Distributed... More

    pp. 21-24

  4. Enterprise Electronic Government in California: The Project Ednet Communications Model

    Breena E. Coates, San Diego State University-VC, United States

    Enterprise Electronic Government, or E2government represents the second stage of the reinventing government movement in the nation. In California, the state's strategic IT mission includes the... More

    pp. 25-31

  5. Concept of video bookmark (videomark) and its application to the collaborative indexing of lecture video in video-based distance education

    Hirohide Haga, Doshisha University, Japan

    This article describes the development of the video bookmark, hereinafter referred to as the videomark, and its application to the collaborative indexing of the lecture video in video-based... More

    pp. 32-37

  6. Architecting Usability Properties in the E-Learning Instructional Design Process

    Alex Koohang & Jacques du Plessis, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, United States

    Abstract This paper advances a framework for architecting usability properties in the e-learning instructional design process. To understand the framework for architecting usability properties... More

    pp. 38-44

  7. Student choice of anonymity for learner identity in online learning discussion forums

    Mark Freeman, University of Sydney, Australia; Anne Bamford, University of technology, Sydney, Australia

    Academics have a range of learning activities and tools they can incorporate to enable students to achieve the objectives of their courses. Strategies such as role-play have been used with... More

    pp. 45-53