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

2002

Editors

Philip Barker; Samuel Rebelsky

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Number of papers: 533

  1. The Realization on Interaction in Cognitive Science Network Studies

    Heli Ruokamo & Tuovi Johansson, University of Lapland, Finland

    This article deals with the research of the realization interaction in the Finnish Virtual University's network-based studies of cognitive science in the autumn 2001. In this research, we examine... More

    pp. 863-867

  2. Sequence Learning with Intelligent 3-D Practice Environments

    Janet Johns, The MITRE Corporation, United States

    This paper describes our experiences with sequence learning activities for intelligent 3-D practice environments. An intelligent practice environment offers learning by doing and learning by... More

    pp. 868-873

  3. A Historical Virtual Environment for Archeology and Creative Writing Students

    Eunice Johnston, North Dakota State University, United States

    This project is an extension of ongoing efforts to develop Immersive Virtual Environments (IVEs) for education at North Dakota State University. This IVE recreates a Native American village and... More

    pp. 874-875

  4. Design of a Distance Learning Environment - DIACOM : An Interactive Forum Based on Collaborative Learning for Continuing Medical Eduaction

    Dominique Leclet & Celine Joiron, University of Picardie, France

    This communication presents an educational and collaborative forum : DIACOM (Interactive Case Based Discussions for Medical Training). DIACOM offers a distance, continuous training activity,... More

    pp. 876-881

  5. A Constructivist-based Tool for Operating Systems Education

    David Jones, Central Queensland University, Australia; Andrew Newman, Plugged In Software, Australia

    RCOS.java is a simulated, web-based operating system that provides a platform on which to build constructivist-based approaches to teaching operating systems. This paper briefly describes the... More

    pp. 882-883

  6. Student feedback, anonymity, observable change and course barometers

    David Jones, Central Queensland University, Australia

    A Course Barometer is a method for addressing the loss of informal feedback in a distance education setting. Originally proposed and used at the University of Trollhattan Uddevella this paper... More

    pp. 884-889

  7. E-Learning Development in Higher Education: Maximising Efficiency - Maintaining Quality

    Deborah Jones, RMIT University, Australia; Rod Sims, Deakin University, Australia

    Many tertiary institutions in Australia provide support to develop online teaching and learning resources, an environment characterised by demands from students for quality face-to-face and... More

    pp. 890-895

  8. HyWeb: A Holistic Approach to Technology-based Tertiary Education

    Vicki Jones, Griffith University - Gold Coast, Australia

    For the last few years, we have been developing an online/in-house teaching environment in Web-design and multimedia animation. At this stage, the outcome is a hybrid system, known as HyWeb (Hybrid... More

    pp. 896-897

  9. Introducing ICT into irish schools. A case study report - Interim Findings

    Miriam Judge, Dublin City University, Ireland

    In terms of education technology the Irish education system is a late developer. Unlike the U.K. and the U.S.A., where computers have been available in schools since the early 1980's, the entire... More

    pp. 898-899

  10. Development and Application of CyberPedia: a New Platform for Internet-based Collaborative Encyclopedias for K-12 Education

    Naoyuki Kakehi, Tsuneko Kura, NTT Cyber Solutions Laboratories, Japan; Hana Tsuchiya, NTT-X e-cube company, Japan; Sadayuki Hongo, NTT DoCoMo Multimedia Laboratories, Japan; Tokiichiro Takahashi, NTT Cyber Solut, Japan; Tsuyoshi Fujimoto, NTT SmartConnect, Japan

    Integrating encyclopedias with the Internet is changing the way K-12 students study with encyclopedias from looking at an encyclopedia to making one with all students and teachers participating and... More

    pp. 900-901

  11. Integrating Simulators and Real-Life Experiments into an XML-based Teaching and Learning Platform

    Winfried Kalfa, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany; Reinhold Kroeger & Frank Koehler, Wiesbaden University of Applied Sciences, Germany

    This paper deals with a specific aspect of the joint project "Wissenswerkstatt Rechensysteme" (WWR, Knowledge Factory for Computing Systems) of twelve German universities. It describes how to... More

    pp. 902-907

  12. Video Clips User Interface Designs

    Mihoko Kamei, Kansai University, Japan; Masami Yokota, NHK Educational Corporation, Japan

    In Japan, digital contents would be encouraged to use as one of teaching material in elementary classrooms because of the policy from the government. Therefore, the clips are developed with this... More

    pp. 908-909

  13. Bringing computer-supported reading one step further

    Gjertrud W. Kamstrup, Norwegian Computing Center, Norway

    The research focus of this study is how to use computers to support and improve dyslexic students' reading and writing performance. More than 10% of the population is estimated to experience... More

    pp. 910-911

  14. Virtual Design Studio for Collaboration

    Myunghee Kang, Ewha Womans University; Uk Kim & Seung Wook Kim, Hongik University

    This research is to develop a collaborative architectural design system. Design collaboration requires an extensive use of communication methods as well as the participation of various experts from... More

    pp. 912-917

  15. MLT: A database driven WWW Media Literacy Tool

    Jennifer Kupinse, Trisha Aquintey, Danielle E. Kaplan & Julia Smith, Columbia University, United States

    This paper describes development of the Media Literacy Tool (MLT), a web-based media literacy and media effects research and learning tool. Media messages have permeated our world. Humans today, ... More

    pp. 918-919

  16. Interactive Educational Software for Exploratory Learning of Geophysics

    Demetrios Sampson, Center for Research and Technology - Hellas, Greece; Vassileios Karastathis, Vassileios Karastathis, National Observatory of Athens, Institute of Geodynamics, Greece

    GAIA is a microworld-based learning environment aiming to provide means for exploratory learning to secondary school students in the fields of physics, mathematics and geosciences. This paper... More

    pp. 920-925

  17. Online Privacy, Security and Ethical dilemma:a Recent Study

    Nitya Karmakar, University of Western Sydney, Australia

    Abstract: The Internet remains as a wonder for the 21st century and its growth is phenomenon. According to a recent survey the online population is now about 500 million globally and this trend... More

    pp. 926-936

  18. A Web-based Factory Teaching System (VFTS): Project Review and Results

    Edward Kazlauskas, University of Southern California, United States; Skip (E.F.) Boyd, University of La Verne, United States; Maged Dessouky, University of Southern California, United States

    This paper presents a review of the Virtual Factory Teaching (VFTS) project, a web-based, multi-media collaborative learning network. The system allows students, working alone or in teams, to build... More

    pp. 937-942

  19. Faculty Development in Technology: Outcomes of a Project Based Team Approach

    Mario Kelly, Hunter College of the City University of New York, United States

    Technology faculty development activities for faculty who teach pre-service teachers were described. These activities, aimed at increasing the faculty's level of technology proficiency and its... More

    pp. 943-945

  20. Brownfield Action: An Integrated Environmental Science Simulation Experience for Undergraduates

    Ryan Kelsey, Columbia University, United States

    This paper presents the results of three years of development, implementation, and evaluation of a cd-rom/web hybrid simulation known as Brownfield Action for an introductory environmental science ... More

    pp. 946-951