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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. Change and Innovation in Post-Secondary Education Mapping the 'Zone of Effective Change' in Your Institution

    Carmel McNaught, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    Information Technology (IT) is important in the environment of intense change that characterises most Australian universities (and indeed universities in much of the world). If IT implementation is... More

    pp. 1305-1310

  2. Web-based Computer Simulations for In-Class, Individual, and Small Group Work

    Donald Mencer, Wilkes University, United States

    Non-lecture based methods and careful use of the web can alter the delivery of introductory college chemistry. The web provides a universally accessible platform to deliver educational resources.... More

    pp. 1311-1316

  3. Choosing an Online Learning Platform focusing on Reusability of Learning Objects and its Implications for Comparison Schemata Design

    Cornelia Seeberg, Ralf Steinmetz & Oliver Merkel, University of Technology, Darmstadt, Germany

    Project decisions about suitability of existing online learning platforms are often discussed by using project specific proprietary comparison schemata or via a comparison service offered in the... More

    pp. 1317-1322

  4. WCET eLearning Projects and Resources

    Russell Poulin & Karen Middleton, WCET (Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunications), United States

    This brief paper offers an overview of several key e-learning projects of WCET (Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunications). These projects include: a web-based resource that is... More

    pp. 1323-1324

  5. From PBL to e-PBL

    Christine Jacqmot & Elie Milgrom, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium

    A completely new engineering curriculum has been introduced in September 2000 by the School of Engineering of the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL). This curriculum is entirely based upon... More

    pp. 1325-1328

  6. From parrots to puppet masters – an online role-playing tool for fostering language acquisition

    John Milton, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong

    Language learners often leave school able to do little more than parrot second language formulae. This paper proposes a Web-based system for the construction, delivery and management of online... More

    pp. 1329-1333

  7. A Computer-Based English Exercise System through Pictures Using TTS

    Kasihara Satoshi, Fujita Shinichi, Narita Seinosuke & Yin Ming, waseda university, Japan

    This paper describes a computer based English exercise system through pictures using TTS( Text to Speech ). With the help of TTS technology, this system can provide the phonic check function of a ... More

    pp. 1334-1335

  8. A Design Method for Multi-Language Support Web-Based

    Fujita Shinichi, Narita Seinosuke & Yin Ming, waseda university, Japan

    This paper describes a method for supporting multi-language display in a web-based Chinese learning system created by ASP(ActiveX Server Page). The proposed method uses both databases and ASP... More

    pp. 1336-1337

  9. Decisions, Decisions, to approach the implementation of a DL program (Panel Presentation/Discussion)

    Melissa Miszkiewicz, University at Buffalo, United States; Tony Klenja, Daemen College, United States; Christine Chelus, University at Buffalo, United States

    The rush to develop online, telecommunicated and hybrid degree and certificate programs has left a trail of failed programs, bankrupted corporations and disillusioned individuals both academically ... More

    pp. 1338-1343

  10. The impact of "communicative effectiveness" of computers in use of computers for communication

    Ananda Mitra, Dept. of Communication, Wake Forest University, United States

    The paper uses the idea of "communicative effectiveness" an affective factor in the attitude towards the use of computers to examine the relationship between this factor and the use of computers... More

    pp. 1344-1348

  11. An Adaptive Web-based Learning System with a Free-Hyperlink Environment

    Yoneo Yano, Hiroyuki Mitsuhara & Youji Ochi, Tokushima University, Japan

    A typical learning method using the Internet is exploratory learning, where learners frequently reach a learning impasse caused by insufficient hyperlinks. In this paper, we propose an environment ... More

    pp. 1349-1350

  12. Supporting Arts and Science Communities On-line

    George Weir, John Wilson, Rehman Mohamed & John Ferguson, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom; Sonja Cameron, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

    This paper examines the use of the Web to support continuing professional development (CPD). It outlines the factors driving the adoption of CPD and highlights areas where the Web can aid in the... More

    pp. 1351-1356

  13. An alternative system to deliver and manage on-line courses

    Luigi Colazzo & Andrea Molinari, Dept. Computer Management Sciences, Italy

    The paper describes the experience of the Faculty of Economics at the University of Trento, Italy, in delivering on-line courses through the Web. The system has been built from scratch, thus... More

    pp. 1357-1362

  14. Stories from the Frontline: Lessons Learned in Two Corporate E-learning Initiatives

    Mark Wynkoop, Harris Corp., United States; Karen Montgomery, harris corporation, United States

    Stories from the Frontline: Lessons Learned in Two Corporate E-Learning Initiatives Karen Montgomery Harris Corporation P.O. Box 37 Melbourne, FL 32902 Mark Wynkoop... More

    pp. 1363-1365

  15. Effective Collaboration in a videoconference-based CSCL Environment

    Yoneo Yano & Raul Morales Salcedo, Tokushima University, Japan

    In this paper, we explore two issues in making Digital Library Learning scenarios widely supported at low cost. First, we explore designing of a model system that allows distributed individuals to ... More

    pp. 1366-1370

  16. CardioCaseDiscussion: a cooperative learning environment for patients’ cases discussion in Cardiology

    Ana Regina Rocha & Glaucia Moreira, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Fernanda Campos, Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil; Lisia Rabelo, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil

    Problem Based Learning is of great use in Medical Schools. This method is based on patients' cases discussions and its success lies in the fact that it stimulates student's investigation and... More

    pp. 1371-1373

  17. Pedagogical Agents in Virtual Reality Environments: Do Multimedia Principles Still Apply?

    Roxana Moreno, University of New Mexico, United States

    In this paper, I review a set of studies that examined what students learn in various virtual reality environments (VREs) designed to promote an understanding of environmental science. The goal of... More

    pp. 1374-1379

  18. Who Learns Best with Multiple Representations? Cognitive Theory Predictions on Individual Differences in Multimedia Learning

    Roxana Moreno, University of New Mexico, United States

    Who learns best with multiple representations? In this paper, I present a cognitive theory of multimedia learning from which predictions on individual differences in learning are derived and... More

    pp. 1380-1385

  19. Lights and Wires: Effective eLearning

    Jenny Morice, Griffith University, Australia

    There exist two commonly held views regarding the use of multimedia and Internet technology within learning environments. Many educators believe that the presence of content material on CD-ROM or... More

    pp. 1386-1391

  20. Information and Communication Technology in the Teaching and Learning Process: Does Online Professional Development Make a Difference?

    Donna Morrow, Christchurch College of Education, New Zealand

    This study is an ongoing examination of the effectiveness of an online professional development course designed to examine the connection between learning theory and technology used to support... More

    pp. 1392-1396