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ED-MEDIA 2002--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications



Philip Barker; Samuel Rebelsky

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This conference has 14 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 533

  1. Tagging the didactic functionality of learning objects

    Per Skafte Hansen, IMM, DTU, Denmark

    While the ideas and concepts behind learning objects are sound and natural, especially to engineering educators, aspects of their design and use are still un- or underdeveloped. From a components... More

    pp. 709-710

  2. Exploring student performance on a multimedia exam program (Vexam)

    Yungwei Hao, The University of Texas at Austin, United States

    This research study aims to explore the influence of multimedia and text formats on student performance in the multimedia exams. The focus group is the 390 students who took an online, self-paced... More

    pp. 711-712

  3. Designing Simulations for complex skill development

    Barry Harper, University of Wollongong, Australia

    Abstract: Theoretical approaches to instructional design for skill development in complex domains lags behind the changing nature of education and training reflected in the application of... More

    pp. 713-718

  4. Distance Learning Comes Home: Resource-based learning for Campus-based Students

    Stylianos Hatzipanagos, Middlesex University, United Kingdom

    The Global Campus project uses computer-based and on-line learning materials to offer interactive open and distance learning in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore and Cairo and resource-based learning ... More

    pp. 719-724

  5. Videoconferencing: A Tool For Collaboration And Professional Development

    Katherine Hayden, California State University San Marcos/Escondido School District, United States; Joan Hanor, California State University San Marcos, United States

    With the expanding infrastructure for telecommunications in the world today, new applications for communications are emerging in society. As a communicative technology, videoconferencing offers the... More

    pp. 725-726

  6. From Desktop to Web: Standalone CBT to Web-based Instructional Application

    Scott Heath, Bonfils Blood Center, Research Department, United States; Daniel R. Ambruso, Bonfils Blood Center and University of Colorado School of Medicine, United States

    Existing hypermedia/multimedia software can often be rewritten as Internet pages. In reviewing the process of taking several hypertext-based programs and making them into animated, interactive Web... More

    pp. 727-728

  7. Designing High Quality Learning Environments: Reflections on Some Successes and Failures

    John Hedberg, Univ. of Wollongong, Australia

    Over the past decade, there have been many changes in the tools we use to design, the ways information can be represented and the underpinning theories which drive educational experiences. This... More

    pp. 729-735

  8. Developing Evaluation Frameworks for Assessing Quality ICT-based Learning in Higher Education

    John Hedberg, University of Wollongong, Australia

    This paper describes the evaluation of high quality learning designs which are being selected for possible redevelopment in a National Project funded by the Australian University Teaching Committee... More

    pp. 736-741

  9. Student Modeling in Computer-Assisted Language Learning

    Trude Heift & Janine Toole, Simon Fraser University, Canada

    This paper provides an overview of Student Modeling techniques that have been employed in Intelligent Language Tutoring Systems (ILTSs) over the past decade. We further discuss the Student Model of... More

    pp. 742-747

  10. The Development Project for University-Level Teaching Methods, New Learning Environments in the Work of the Teacher (NET) - Development and the Assessment of Effectiveness

    Irmeli Heikkilä, University of Lapland, Finland; Heli Ruokamo, University of Lapland, Faculty of Education, Center for Media Pedagogy, Finland; Sirpa Liimatta, University of Lapland, Center for Media Pedagogy, Finland

    Abstract. This article describes the New Learning Environments in the Work of the Teacher (NET) development project in the Province of Lapland for university-level teaching methods. NET is... More

    pp. 748-752

  11. A User Interface and Knowledge Delivery Solution for a Modern WBT System

    Hermann Maurer, Nick Scerbakov & Denis Helic, IICM, TU Graz, Austria

    In order to take a part in a particular Web-based training session learners need to work with a number of tools reflecting a particular training strategy. By operating these tools learners access... More

    pp. 753-758

  12. Playing video games and cognitive effects: Teenagers' thinking skills and strategies

    Lyn Henderson, James Cook University, Australia

    The study examines a dominant aspect of youth culture: playing video computer games. The study is interested in the recreational video game as a means of informal cognitive education. Centered... More

    pp. 759-760

  13. Researching teenagers’ recreational video/computer gameplaying

    Lyn Henderson, James Cook University, Australia; Yoram Eshet, Tel Hai Academic College, Ireland; Joel Klemes, Open University of Israel, Israel

    The purpose of this brief paper is to invite additional project partners in our research. We believe that an international, rather than country specific, survey of the various issues involved in... More

    pp. 761-762

  14. Students composing music in a cognitive apprenticeship interdisciplinary online curriculum: An analysis of systemic issues in the MUSYC-IT program

    Frank York, Lyn Henderson & Donna Rigano, James Cook University, Australia

    Music Uniting Schools, Youth, and Communities through Information Technologies (MUSYC-IT) is an innovative multidisciplinary program offered to Grade 5-8 students in Schools of Distance Education... More

    pp. 763-768

  15. A System to Help Detect and Remediate Novice Programmer's Misconceptions

    Henk Olivie, Laurent Loyaerts & Koen Hendrikx, K.U.Leuven, Belgium

    This paper describes a hypertext system to support novice Java programmers to improve their understanding of software design issues. The system provides the usual hypertext support such as cross... More

    pp. 769-774

  16. You Are Entering a World of Sight and Sound: The Effects of Self-Generated Images on Music Ear-Training as a Possible Alternate Teaching Approach for Music Education Within a Web-Based Environment

    George Henik, New York University, United States

    17 volunteers were administered an online drawing environment where they generated images as a response to musical intervals, then tested on their recall of these musical intervals while using... More

    pp. 775-776

  17. Pixed : towards the sharing and the re-use of experience to assist training

    Jean-Mathias Heraud & Alain Mille, Universite Lyon 1, France

    This paper presents an overview of Pixed which is a Web-based Adaptive Educational System. The design of Pixed is based on the use of annotated notional networks to represent the user's point of... More

    pp. 777-782

  18. Communication and Collaborative Learning in a Cross-Atlantic Design Course

    Eswaran Subrahmanian & Arthur W. Westerberg, Carnegie Mellon University, United States; Paulien M. Herder & Adam L. Turk, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

    Our activities in co-teaching an engineering design course across the Atlantic, i.e., at Carnegie Mellon University, USA, and at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands required the use of ... More

    pp. 783-788

  19. Jigsaw Method in the Context of CSCL

    Udo Hinze, University of Applied Sciences Stralsund, Germany; Michael Bischoff, University of Applied Sciences Lübeck, Germany; Gerold Blakowski, University of Applied Sciences Stralsund, Germany

    Group techniques and methods show great promise with respect to the learn effect in CSCL resulting from the perspective of cognitive elaboration, the construction of shared knowledge and the... More

    pp. 789-794

  20. The New Four R's: Reading, Writing, Arithmetic and the Internet-Teaching Teachers to develop Web-Based Units of Instruction.

    Jeannine Hirtle, The University of Texas at Arlington, United States

    The New Four R's: Reading, Writing, Arithmetic and the Internet-Teaching Teachers to develop Web-Based Units of Instruction is a case study examining an online secondary methods of instruction... More

    pp. 795-796