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ED-MEDIA 2001--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications



Craig Montgomerie; Jarmo Viteli

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This conference has 4 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 608

  1. Dialogic Knowledge Construction as the Crucial Issue in Network-Based Learning in Vocational Education

    Helena Aarnio & Jouni Enqvist, Häme Polytechnic, Vocational Teacher Education College, Finland

    The VETO-project is part of the National Strategy's goals in order to provide good learning opportunities through the use of networks in vocational education in Finland. The methodological strategy... More

    pp. 1-6

  2. A tool to practice formal proofs

    David Abraham, Liz Crawford, Leanna Lesta, Agathe Merceron & Kalina Yacef, Univ. of Sydney, Australia

    This paper presents a Logic Tutor, a tool to support computer science students in their learning of logic, more specifically in their learning of formal proofs. The current tool is equipped with a... More

    pp. 7-8

  3. Integrating a Course Delivery Platform with Information, Student Management and Administrative Systems.

    Anne A'herran, James Cook Univ., Australia

    This paper describes the development of an interactive online teaching and learning system model. Built first as a scoping and costing instrument, it has been transformed through use into a tool... More

    pp. 9-10


    Norhayati Ahmad, Wahidah Mansor & Nor'aini Abd Jalil, Univ. Teknologi Mara, Malaysia

    This paper presents the preliminary results of a pilot project on Internet based Subject Registration System. The system allows the students to register for their relevant subjects through ... More

    pp. 11-16

  5. The Effects of Strategies Instruction via Computer on Student Attitudes toward Mathematics Problem-Solving

    Doehee Ahn, Dong-Eui Univ.

    This exploratory study, utilizing a general strategy, SPIDER, and two types of computerbased instruction (CBI) programs developed by the researcher, examined the effects of explicit strategies... More

    pp. 17-18

  6. Capturing Communication and Interaction Needs of the Users – Building Better ICT Based Learning Environments

    Deborah DiDuca, BT; Raila Äijö & Johanna Leppävirta, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland; Sigrún Gunnarsdóttir, Iceland Telecom, Iceland

    The design of an ICT based learning environment should combine the communication and interaction needs of different kinds of users in varied situations. The purpose of this study was to explore... More

    pp. 19-20

  7. OrtoWeb - Instructor Networking over Internet for Orthodox Religious Education

    Risto Aikonen, Department of Applied Education, University of Joensuu, Finland

    This paper is a description about an ongoing development project concerning Greek Orthodox Religious Education in Finland at the information technology based environment. In the project the... More

    pp. 21-22

  8. Improvement of University Classes Introducing Topics-based Discussion Using the Web Bulletin Board

    Kanji Akahori, Tokyo Inst. of Technology, Japan

    This paper describes improvement of university classes by introducing topics-based discussions using the Web Bulletin Board (WBB), as a tool for assisting discussion. Students can exchange their... More

    pp. 23-24

  9. Promoting Best Practice in Information and Computer Science Education Through the UK National Subject Centre

    Sylvia Alexander, Univ. of Ulster; Tom Boyle, Univ. of North London; Mike Joy, Univ. of Warwick

    The Learning and Teaching Support Network (LTSN) has been established to promote high quality learning and teaching in all subject disciplines in higher education. The Centre for Information and ... More

    pp. 25-26

  10. The Evaluation of Multimedia Encyclopedia “Encarta 97”

    Jill Hewitt, Sara Jones & David Messer, Univ. of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom; Ahmed Al-Hunaiyyan, College of Business Studies (PAAET), Kuwait

    The study presented in this paper attempts to evaluate Encarta 97, a Multimedia Encyclopedia (English Edition) in a university setting. Encarta contains the content of a traditional 29 volume... More

    pp. 27-28

  11. Intelligent Online-Knowledge-Resources for Intentional Learning

    Heidrun Allert, Hadhami Dhraief & Wolfgang Nejdl, Univ. of Hanover, Germany

    This paper presents the instructional design of online knowledge resources. A project that was designed to meet an instructional need rather than to exploit the capabilities of technology. We... More

    pp. 29-30

  12. Multimedia in Concept Maps: A Design Rationale and Web-Based Application

    Sherman Alpert & Keith Grueneberg, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, United States

    A concept map is a graphical representation of a person's (student's) knowledge of a domain. Concept maps have been used in educational settings for some time and many computer-based... More

    pp. 31-36

  13. Web-Based Notes is an Inadequate Learning Resource

    Alan Amory & Kevin Naicker, University of Natal, South Africa

    Development of on-line courses requires the use of appropriate educational philosophies that discourage rote learning and passive transfer of information from teacher to learner. This paper reports... More

    pp. 37-42

  14. The Educational Process in the Emerging Information Society: Conditions for the Reversal of the Linear Model of Education and the Development of an Open Type Hybrid Learning Environment

    Panagiotes Anastasiades & Simos Retalis, Univ. Of Cyprus, Cyprus

    The introduction of communications and information technologies in the area of education tends to create a totally different environment, which is marked by a change of the teachers' role and a... More

    pp. 43-48

  15. Secure & Credible E-Learning systems

    Sabah Jassim, University of Buckingham, United Kingdom; Dennis Anderson, Pace University, United States

    E-learning is a rapidly growing concept and activity that sprung up due to advances in media technology. We are concerned with the security and credibility of evaluation and assessment in e... More

    pp. 49-50

  16. Algorithm Visualization using QuickTime Movies

    Jay Anderson, Franklin and Marshall College, United States

    The steady evolution in algorithm visualization increasingly favors student interaction with the visualization over the instructor's display of the visualization. Consequently, ease of delivery, ... More

    pp. 51-52

  17. Web-based Strategies for Improving Undergraduate Commitment to Learning

    Malcolm Andrew, De Montfort University

    Students need a variety of ways to encourage them to learn. Web-based learning can provide a platform for achieving this in a variety of ways, other than the simple provision of "flat" lecture... More

    pp. 53-58

  18. Development of Technology Based Distance Learning: A Case Study of the Centre for Commerce and Administrative Studies at Athabasca University

    David Annand, Athabasca University, Canada

    pp. 59-60

  19. How Faculty Develop and Deliver Online Courses: A Task Analysis

    Anne Archambault & John Nesbit, Technical Univ. of British Columbia, Canada; Louise Allen, Louise Allen & Associates, Canada

    The institution-wide adoption of web-based learning technologies at the Technical University of British Columbia (TechBC) has led to a significant departure from traditional duties for faculty.... More

    pp. 61-62

  20. Enhancing student access to the University: The integration of online and course-based material for the visually impaired.

    Ray Archee & Monica Whitty, Univ. of Western Sydney, Australia

    Access to information is a basic right of all students, but this entitlement is not always available to blind or visually impaired students at every Australian university. Our wish to remedy this ... More

    pp. 63-64