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E-Learn 2013--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education

Oct 21, 2013

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Theo Bastiaens; Gary Marks

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Number of papers: 9

  1. From Flash to HTML5: making a mobile web application for library with jQuery Mobile

    Jingru Hoivik, National Library of Norway, Norway

    This paper discusses the reasons that libraries need to move towards the html5 solution from Flash in the future. Using the national library of Norway as an example, the paper describes a... More

    pp. 140-145

  2. Online Applets in Mathematics Teaching: The Case of Linear Functions

    Mustafa Demir, University of Detroit Mercy, United States

    Online Math Applets (OMAs) are web-based, dynamic, and visual representations of mathematics concepts and offer interactive learning environments where students can work with multiple-linked... More

    pp. 352-358

  3. How Online Teacher Educational Backgrounds, Student Satisfaction, and Frequency of Teacher-Student Interactions Relate to Completion Rates for Two Critically Needed Courses Statewide

    Bonnie Swan & Michael Hynes, University of Central Florida, United States; Beth Miller, Florida Virtual School, United States; Jaime Godek, Kristopher Childs, Xuan-Lise Coulombe-Quach & Yan Zhou, University of Central Florida, United States

    Many believe a teacher has more impact on student learning than any other factor, yet little is known about the population of K-12 online distance education teachers and their pedagogical practices... More

    pp. 432-441

  4. New Library Tasks: A Dialog-based Approach to Guidance on Academic Writing

    Ingunn Nilsen, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway

    A traditional trajectory for new initiatives in higher education may be described as a triad of application, project development and collapse. Following a call and the successful application for... More

    pp. 433-437

  5. Computer applications in educational assessment

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

    This paper is a summary of a textbook the author is writing about technology-based assessment. In this book hundreds of tools and online resources are introduced and critically evaluated. The book ... More

    pp. 461-471

  6. The effect of the design of instructional video on students’ learning outcome and perceived difficulty in online learning environment

    Mohamed Ibrahim, Rebecca Callaway & David Bell, Arkansas Tech University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of the design of instructional video based on the Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning on preservice teachers’ learning outcome and the... More

    pp. 1177-1182

  7. Building a Sense of Community to Enhance the Mentoring Experience of EdD Faculty in an Online Program Using a Three-Dimensional Productivity and Collaboration Application, Wiggio.

    Heather Miller, Laurie Bedford, Amber Cook & Maleka Ingram, Walden University, United States; Nikki Mook, Laureate, United States

    Mentoring doctoral students in the context of a virtual environment requires faculty to possess subject matter expertise, research skills, and the ability to communicate effectively. In order to... More

    p. 2403

  8. Leveraging a MOOC Platform to Accelerate College Readiness

    Laurel Walsh & Keri VanOverschelde, Walden University, United States

    To accelerate student readiness, the university created a micro-course available to selected students who unsucessfully participated in their foundational course. By leveraging a MOOC platform ... More

    pp. 2570-2574

  9. The Academic Librarians: New Roles and Challenges: a Comparison to Kurt De Belder’s “Partners in Knowledge”

    Anne-Berit Gregersen, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway

    Abstract: For many years libraries have adapted to digital change as this has been expressed on the immediate and tangible levels - books, journals, search & retrieval etc. But they have done so... More

    pp. 2652-2656