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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. Making the Transition From Print: Integrating Concept Mapping and Online Communication With Traditional Distance Education Materials

    David M. Kennedy, Monash University, Australia; Cornelius Reiman, Shinawatra University, Thailand

    The move from traditional paper-based distance education subject materials to the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) has increased the ways in which students can engage with... More

    pp. 952-957

  2. Authentic patient encounters in paediatric dentistry

    Mike Keppell, The University of Melbourne, Australia

    This paper examines a multimedia learning design which utilises a virtual dental clinic and a fictitious eight year old patient - "Matthew", to situate students within an authentic learning... More

    pp. 958-963

  3. Evaluation and redesign of the clinicians health channel

    Mike Keppell, The University of Melbourne, Australia

    Abstract: The Clinicians Health Channel (CHC) is a resource-based portal web-site providing online access to information sources that assist Victorian clinicians in decision making, research and... More

    pp. 964-969

  4. Virtual Collaboration by and with Executives: Collaborative Learning in Principle and Practice

    Karen Lindquist & Alim Khan, IMD International, Switzerland

    A leading European business school shares its approach to the virtual element of executive education. In the case of executive learning, the imperative is to create new collective knowledge, the... More

    pp. 970-971

  5. Does the medium dictate the message? Cultivating communication in an asynchronous environment.

    Mary Kiernan, Open University, United Kingdom

    Virtual learning environments (VLEs) are often perceived by education establishments as an opportunity to widen access without traditional overheads. An integral part of most VLEs is asynchronous ... More

    pp. 972-977

  6. 4-D Modeling Tools and Mental Models: What Can We Learn From Usability Testing?

    Dean Elliott, Douglas Holschuh & Beaumie Kim, University of Georgia, United States

    Developers of computer-based tools face a dual challenge when trying to understand users' mental models, because users are simultaneously building mental models of the tool and of the world... More

    pp. 978-983

  7. Educational Application of Dialogue System to Support e-Learning

    Chul-Hwan Lee, Sun-Gwan Han & Young-Gi Kim, Inchon National University of Education

    This study is on the design and implementation of an educational dialogue system to support e-Learning. The learning domain to apply the dialogue system used the subject of the geometry. The... More

    pp. 984-989

  8. An Authoring Tool for Variable Relationship Capturing: VRCapture

    Prof. Kinshuk, Massey University, New Zealand

    The need of authoring tool inspired the creation of VRCapture, which is a module in the Configurable, Incremental and Re-structurable Contributive Learning Environments (CIRCLE) and is capable of... More

    pp. 990-995

  9. Internet based learning and Knowledge Management

    Prof. Kinshuk, Massey University, New Zealand

    This paper presents the research and development of knowledge management system for Internet based intellectual assets to leverage the learning process for individual learners. The literature... More

    pp. 996-1000

  10. Mobile Agents in Web-based Student Modelling

    Prof. Kinshuk, Massey University, New Zealand

    This paper presents the application of "Bee-gent" mobile agents technology in designing web-based learning environments that provide adaptivity to the students by having two separate student models... More

    pp. 1001-1002

  11. Computer-Assisted Instruction and Multimedia for Students with Learning Disabilities at the Open University of Israel

    Alit Epstein, Tamar Ilovitch & Joel Klemes, The Open University of Israel, Israel

    The purpose of the project is to examine whether digitized speech-text synchronicity combined with other computerized assistive features supports students with learning disabilities who are... More

    pp. 1003-1004

  12. Summarizing Links: Issues and Interfaces

    Angela Kmiec, Melissa Pinchback & Samuel Rebelsky, Grinnell College, United States

    Hypertext relies on links, active connections from part of one document to another document. In the early days of the World Wide Web, it was easy for readers to identify the links on the page: the ... More

    pp. 1005-1010

  13. Internet as an ideal technological tool for multicultural education

    Shenghua Zha & Mee-Aeng Ko, University of Missouri-Columbia, United States

    This brief paper will report the process and results of a website for multicultural education being developed by international graduate students from MU. The resources on this web site have... More

    pp. 1011-1012

  14. Knowing who we are - supporting companion awareness in discussion forums

    Kimmo Koivunen, University of Tampere, Finland

    In this paper we describe how learners need awareness information about co-learners in computer-supported collaborative learning systems. Awareness is essential for working collaboratively and for ... More

    pp. 1013-1018

  15. Design and development of a flexible online course for making accessible online courses

    Tony Koppi, University of New South Wales, Australia; Elaine Pearson, University of Teesside, United Kingdom

    The design rationale for the development of an exemplary, flexible online course for making accessible online courses is described. We developed the course by adopting the roles of content expert... More

    pp. 1019-1030

  16. A Learner-Centered Media Production Process for Web-Based Learning Environments

    Michael Herczeg & Huberta Kritzenberger, University of Luebeck, Germany

    The development of web-based courses for virtual universities very often starts from a paper-based tradition of teaching and learning. Web-based learning environments, however, have an added-value ... More

    pp. 1031-1033

  17. Mixed Reality Environments as Collaborative and Constructive Learning Spaces for Elementary School Children

    Thomas Winkler, Michael Herczeg & Huberta Kritzenberger, University of Luebeck, Germany

    Learning is an active and collaborative process, where people construct knowledge from their experiences in the world. People construct new knowledge with particular effectiveness when they engage ... More

    pp. 1034-1039

  18. Scheduling and Monitoring Dynamic Learning Objects on the Web

    Jason Watson, The University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom; Jouni Kuisma, United Kingdom

    Next generation web learning management systems will deliver courses built from small re-usable learning objects and use systems to tailor curricula so that the learning needs of each individual... More

    pp. 1040-1045

  19. Writing-4-SharingXA Web-based Writing Support System

    Ting-Wen Liang & Shiao-Chuan Kung, Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages, Taiwan

    This paper describes a web-based application that facilitates the meeting of pedagogical goals of process-oriented communicative writing. It supports the teaching strategies used in an EFL (English... More

    pp. 1046-1047

  20. Using Technology and Constructivism in Business Law: First Year Lessons

    Richard G. Kunkel, University of St. Thomas, United States

    Converting to new teaching methods incorporating technology and constructivist principles can be a daunting challenge for professors and students alike. This paper will present the author's... More

    pp. 1048-1049