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ED-MEDIA 2000--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications

2000

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Jacqueline Bourdeau; Rachelle Heller

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Number of papers: 604

  1. The State of the Art in Interactive Multimedia Journals for Academia

    Jennifer Burg, Yue-Ling Wong, Ching-Wan Yip & Anne Boyle, Wake Forest University, United States

    Scholars have been predicting a revolution in the academic publishing world since the early 1990's, including university centered distribution, extensive online peer review, and innovative... More

    pp. 37-42

  2. Collaborative Learning: an Effective and Enjoyable Experience! A Successful Computer-Facilitated Environment for Tertiary Students

    Paul Fritze, Robert E. Kemm & Helen Kavnoudias, The University of Melbourne, Australia; Debbi Weaver, The University of Melbourne,, Australia; Nicholas Stone & Neil Williams, The University of Melbourne, Australia

    We have developed a collaborative learning environment (CLE) as a student-centred approach to lecture replacement, with a special focus on assisting students' learning of difficult concepts. The ... More

    pp. 44-55

  3. The Applicability and Utility of Fault Tree Analysis Prior to the Diffusion of a Technological Innovation in an Educational Setting

    Mandie Aaron, Concordia University, Canada

    The purpose of this paper is to discuss the applicability and utility of Fault Tree Analysis in the diffusion of a technological innovation in a higher education setting. Diffusion of innovation ... More

    pp. 57-62

  4. Changing Interaction Paradigms in Annotation Environments

    Christian Adriano, Alberto Raposo, Ivan Ricarte & Léo Magalhães, State University of Campinas, Brazil

    Implementation of novel learning scenarios frequently implies the adoption of new interaction paradigms provided by new media. Changes on media bring several issues to educational metaphors, such... More

    pp. 63-68

  5. Design of Educational Multimedia A Review of Literature

    Ahmed Al-Hunaiyyan, Jill Hewitt & Sara Jones, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom; David Messer, Uiversity of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

    The transition from text-based computer systems with a narrow band of interactivity, to multimedia systems with much broader potential for interaction, has urged designers to consider human... More

    pp. 69-75

  6. Teacher Education by Hypermedia learning Environments – An Example from Germany

    Stefan Aufenanger, University of Hamburg, Germany

    In Germany the problem of teacher education for school in the information society has been recognized in the last years. But there are many obstacles to change concepts of traditional curricula... More

    pp. 81-82

  7. Dynamic Coordination Policy for Cooperative Learning System

    YeongTae Baek, Kimpo College; SeiHoon Lee & KyungSeob Yoon, Inha Technical College; ChangJong Wang, Inha University

    Most of these cooperative learning systems have a static type that the learning policy decided the beginning of system development. In this paper, we proposed the model of coordination policy... More

    pp. 83-88

  8. Developing Teaching Webs: Advantages, Problems and Pitfalls

    Philip Barker, University of Teesside, United Kingdom

    This paper discusses the growing importance of teaching webs - both as an augmentation aid to conventional teaching and as a replacement for 'stand and deliver' courses. The development of teaching... More

    pp. 89-94

  9. On the logic of Bricolage - a case study in system design

    Peter Baumgartner & Stefan Salzgeber, University Innsbruck, Austria; Detlef Wydra, Wydra Graphik, Germany

    This paper describes the development of an internet-based 3-D service system for students. Starting as an information service for just one major field of study (business education), the anarchic... More

    pp. 95-99

  10. Learning in the Labyrinth: Hypertext and the Changing Roles of Instructor and Learner in Higher Education

    Sian Bayne, University of Bristol, United Kingdom; Ray Land, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    The media through which academic discourses are conducted are rapidly shifting from the printed text and face to face dialogue, to the new electronic forms enabled by web-based hypertext,... More

    pp. 100-105

  11. A Study of the Influences and Barriers to Faculty Use of Instructional Technology in Higher Education

    Thomas Beggs, State University of West Georgia, United States

    As instructional technology becomes ubiquitous in classrooms, faculty will be asked to utilize new technologies in their pedagogy. Some will accept new ways to teach with technology while others ... More

    pp. 106-111

  12. Multimedia/Multiliteracy: The multimedia arts education program

    J. David Betts, University of Arizona, United States

    At the heart of the Multimedia Arts Education Program (MAEC) is a strong mix of literacy activities from the several arts disciplines and techniques. This is a descriptive study of this after... More

    pp. 112-117

  13. The Essen Learning Model A Step Towards a Standard Model of Learning Processes

    Markus Bick, Heimo H. Adelsberger & Jan M. Pawlowski, University of Essen, Germany

    Several standards like the Learning Technology Systems Architecture (LTSA) or the Instructional Management Systems Project (IMS) provide a format to interchange, reuse, and combine learning... More

    pp. 118-123

  14. Enhancing Learner-Centred Design of Hypermedia Artefacts Through Cognitive and Affective Indicators

    José Bidarra, Universidade Aberta, Portugal; Teresa Chambel & Nuno Guimarães, University of Lisbon - FCUL, Portugal

    This paper discusses some issues and research findings of the project we call UNIBASE. In order to improve the learning processes through hypermedia technology, we investigated the role of... More

    pp. 124-129

  15. When frames collide: adapting cognitive frame analysis to a child’s comprehension of narrative video

    Janet Blatter, McGill University, Canada

    This proposal outlines research on the comprehension of narrative dynamic multimedia such as video. I describe an approach to investigating comprehension based on a synthesis of methods and models ... More

    pp. 130-132

  16. Integrating ARCS Motivational Strategies into CALL Courseware for Holistic Practice: A Study

    Isabel Borrás & Maria Coronel, SDSU, United States

    This study investigated the effects on writing performance of three levels of integration (basic, medium, full) of ARCS motivational conditions (Attention, Relevance, Confidence, and Satisfaction)... More

    pp. 133-139

  17. Using Multimedia to Support Reflection on Past Events for Young Children

    Maria Ramalho & Walter Van de Velde, STARLAB, Belgium; Christos Bouras, Vaggelis Kapoulas, Agisilaos Konidaris & Afrodite Sevasti, CTI, Greece

    The work presented in this paper focuses on software tools that act as video explorers and annotation platforms and more specifically as diary composers for younger children. Through such tools, ... More

    pp. 140-145

  18. The Baker’s Dozen: Design Principles for Collaborative Telelearning

    Barbara Wasson, Bergen University, Norway; Jacqueline Bourdeau, Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi, Canada; Laura Winer, McGill University, Canada; Martine Chomienne, Centre collegial de formation a distance, Canada; Jesus Vazquez-Abad, Universite de Montreal, Canada

    Design Principles for Collaborative Telelearning have been extracted from design experiments and validated by instructional designers. The design approach integrates individual learning, teamwork... More

    pp. 146-151

  19. Patterns for Learning, and Metadesign: Key Challenge for Learning Environment Designersf

    Tom Boyle, University of North London

    The discipline of learning environment design has expanded greatly in the past decade. The need for effective methods to capture, represent and communicate design knowledge remains pressing. High... More

    pp. 152-157

  20. The Forgotten Partner: the Role of Visual, Graphic and Design Principles in Educational Multi-media Course Instruction.

    Ian Brown, University of Wollongong, Australia

    As educational media becomes more interactive, there has been a proliferation of, and renewed interest in, courses relating to multi-media construction. On-line course and web page construction now... More

    pp. 158-161